Chris Moore, WQED Multimedia's host of Black Horizons and co-host of OnQ, will moderate a panel discussion featuring:
The Honorable Tom Murphy, mayor of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Patricia Beeson, professor of economics and public policy at the University of Pittsburgh, where she is also vice provost for graduate studies.
Dr. Evan Stoddard, past president and current board member of No Dice, an anti-gambling lobby. He is associate dean of McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts at Duquesne University, where he is also associate director for community outreach in the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy.
Reporters Andrew Conte of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Gary Rotstein of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
WHEN: Thursday, October 27, 2005.
WHERE: Engineers' Building, 337 Fourth Avenue, downtown Pittsburgh.
WHAT: Lunch will be served at noon. Program ends by 2 p.m.
HOW: $20 for Press Club members. $25 for nonmembers. $200 for table of 10.
For reservations, please send your check by October 21 to The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania, Engineers' Building, 337 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222. Questions? Linda Parker at 412-281-7778.
Update: Chris Moore missed the event, but another from OnQ was the moderator.
The social worker on the panel is a friend, Dr. Davis from Pitt. That meant I knew all the people on the panel.
I should join The Press Club. It was a great event. I should also join The Economic Club of Pittsburgh too. They also have wonderful speakers and programs. Any running mates interested???