"Pittsburgh's identity has always been its work," writes local author Christine O'Toole in Architectural Record. "Thirty years ago, when it lost the steel mills that had forged its 20th-century reputation, it became part of the Rust Belt, with a fractured economy and three polluted rivers: the Ohio, Monongahela, and Allegheny."
Today? It's a different story as we all know. It's great that the rest of the world is catching on due to articles like these.
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