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December 30, 2020

MGM’s “Words and Music,” 1948: A Holiday Turning Point

During the holiday season of 1948, three well-known performing artists with Western Pennsylvania connections all appeared in the same motion picture: MGM’s movie musical “Words and Music." For each of the performers—Gene Kelly, Perry Como, and Lena Horne­—the film marked a turning point.

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August 14, 2019

Pull Up A Chair at the History Center

Pittsburgh, known for its many bridges, spirited sports fans, and friendly citizens, wants you to know just how welcomed you are here. There's a common love for all things Pittsburgh at the History Center, so when our friends at VisitPITTSBURGH launched their new "Pull Up a Chair" campaign, we decided it’s the perfect time to share some of our favorite Pittsburgh chairs on display in the museum.

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October 24, 2018

George Romero’s Undying Legacy

The Monroeville Mall footbridge holds a special place in the hearts of George A. Romero fans. Of the many Romero sites and props that remain in Southwestern Pa., the bridge is sacred.

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