Encore in Mt. Lebanon

Back (in part) by popular demand: a renewed Blog-Lebo, commenting on the shenanigans that Pittsburghers refer to as Mt. Lebanon. A partial explanation here.

That partial explanation mentions changes coming. Among them: I will likely be a little more aggressive in moving the more interesting content to the bigger stage that Pittsblog offers. There's good, bad, and ugly in Lebo just like there is in every community in the region, and there's no reason why other communities can't learn from Lebo's wisdom -- or from its screwups.

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1 Response to "Encore in Mt. Lebanon"

Jefferson Provost said... 10/08/2007 4:10 PM

You've been in fine form with the labels today, dude. Have fun. I'll be around.

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