Pittsburgh - City Council District 1 - Two challengers take on a controversial incumbent - Main Feature - Main Feature Extra - Pittsburgh City Paper Another way to invest, she says, is to reach out to the 'braintrust' of university students who often leave the city after earning their degrees. 'We should be marketing our neighborhoods to the students,' she says, many of whom never leave campus or the immediate neighborhoods. 'If anyone had not been to the North Side, they'd never know about our parks -- you can buy a house on the North Side and live next to a mini version of Central Park.'Hummm....
The Pittsburgh mini version of central park is but a nice place for you and your dog to walk while on a leash. What we've got isn't going to please those with brains. If you want to get to the 'braintrust' folks, you need to have something more than a green space for you and your dog.
You want to talk about city parks -- let's visit Christchurch. Oh my gosh.
Once again, Pittsburgh's problem isn't a hardware thing -- it is about the 'software.'
I'd like to see a robust race in November between the winner of the D primary (and I hope that isn't D. Harris) and David S.
A 'female Bob O'Connor' -- oh the things that get reported by the MSM.