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State of Play: Record Store Day in year eight

Pittsburgh area record stores are gearing up for the 8th year of national Record Store Day. But is the holiday helping or hurting their businesses?

Carnegie: Borough on the brink

Ten years after Hurricane Ivan flooded Carnegie, a borough just six miles ouside of Pittsburgh, the town is beginning to bounce back with a boom of small businesses opening on the idyllic Main Street.

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This essential industry remains an integral part of Pennsylvania's economy. Meet five people working to move manufacturing into the future.


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Carnegie's lovely tree-lined East Main Street has reemerged in all its glory, one specialty shop and café at a time. At the same time, one of the region's most treasured and historic gems, the Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, is moving forward on what may prove to be one of the region's most awesome undertakings, the $8.6 M restoration of this acoustically exquisite performing and education space.

From its beautiful Ukranian and Russian Orthodox churches to its gregarious main street, Carnegie is a town with a lot going for it.

Carnegie is just about six miles outside of the city and accessible by the G2, G31, 28X, 38 and 31 bus lines.