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A fine maple tree in the Smithfield East End Cemetery begins its miraculous transformation from green to flaming orange.
A meadow along Wexford Run is bright with ironweed and goldenrod.
East Liberty, with Oakland behind it, from a hilltop in Lincoln-Lemington.
A groundhog fattens up in Greenfield.
Father Pitt’s new picture book of Pittsburgh cemeteries is exactly what your coffee table has been crying out for. Lavishly illustrated, with just enough words to stay out of the way of the pictures.
Are you misinformed yet?
An unforgettable tale of Pittsburgh in the Gilded Age.
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