Pittsburgh City Data Message Board

I just happened across City-Data, a website that hosts message boards for cities around the country. Here's the Pittsburgh board, which is pretty lively place, especially for folks moving to Pittsburgh from other parts of the U.S. or just plain nostalgic about Western PA.

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4 Responses to "Pittsburgh City Data Message Board"

Jefferson Provost said... 5/29/2007 10:38 AM

The main Pittsburgh Page also has some great Burgh photos, too. They have pictures with clouds, snow, significant summer haze, etc, and photos of many places in the city, as opposed to the usual Pgh "publicity photos" of the Golden Triangle, taken on on rare crystal-clear summer days.

Will said... 6/04/2007 12:04 PM

Just a comment on your blog, and your city.

My wife and I have struggled to get by in the DC metro area for years, both as married people and as individuals. Now, after six years, we've decided to chuck our non-existance here and buy a house in Pittsburgh for the simple reason that it is affordable.

Perhaps the grass is greener, or just appears greener. But in any instance I'd rather live in a recovering urban center wich produces something other than laws. We need a life style that is more life than style. You just can't get that here, but I have a strong feeling we have a shot of getting it there.

Thanks for the comment and news. We look forward to joining you.

Will

Carolyn said... 8/03/2007 10:02 AM

SUPPORT PITTSBURGH, THE ONE AND ONLY AUTHENTIC HOME OF HEINZ, BY VIEWING ENTRY #1977 ON THE topthistv.com WEBSITE. AND THEN VOTING IF IT MAKES THE TOP 15 IN THE HEINZ TOP THIS TV CHALLENGE. IT WAS MADE IN PITTSBURGH TO HONOR AND CELEBRATE NOT ONLY HEINZ BUT THE WONDERFUL CITY WE ALL LOVE.

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