But I Do Miss the Food

A California lawyer gets transplanted to Pittsburgh, likes the community, but is puzzled by the "defensiveness" of the locals. Rather than wallow in a hangover from the disappearance of major industries, Pittsburghers should get over it. There's a lot to sell here.

Something I might have said? Nope. I've paraphrased a quote from a P-G profile today of James Martin, recently relocated from Los Angeles to the Pittsburgh office of Reed Smith.


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