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The Glories Of Pittsburgh

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Schenley Park behind the wall and adjoining Forbes Avenue is where you’ll see beautiful old college buildings and Pittsburgh’s fine museums. The Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History is one of a kind and only a short ride from Squirrel Hill’s shuls and eateries.

 

So if you want to visit a thriving city rich with baseball and history and architectural splendor, go to Pittsburgh. And it doesn’t have to be a “Mancation.” Women will find Pittsburgh worth a visit, too.

 

 

 

Irwin Cohen headed a national baseball publication for five years and earned a World Series ring while working for a major league team. To read his illustrated autobiography on how he made it to the baseball field, send a check payable to Irwin Cohen for $19.95 to 25921 Stratford Place, Oak Park, Michigan, 48237.Cohen, the president of the Detroit area’s Agudah shul, may be reached in his dugout at irdav@sbcglobal.net.

Irwin Cohen

About the Author: Author, columnist, and public speaker Irwin Cohen headed a national baseball publication for five years and worked for a major league team, becoming the first Orthodox Jew to earn a World Series ring. His column appears the second week of each month. He can be reached in his suburban Detroit area dugout at irdav@sbcglobal.net.


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