The YaJagoff team shows off its mobility thanks to the 4th year of Doors Open Pittsburgh. First a swing by the Omni William Penn Speakeasy to gather a few secrets from Bob Page. Plus, Lyndsey and Rebecca talk about pop-up libraries while Lisa and Maria create awareness for domestic violence with the color purple. We snagged one-on-one time with James Hill at the mayor’s office, and made a pit stop to talk with Bill Kaiser, docent of the Trinity Cathedral on sixth. All thanks to the vision of Doors Open Executive Director, Bonnie Baxter.
Music: Trinity Cathedral: https://doorsopenpgh.org/building/trinity-cathedral
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Rohrich Honda has mega stock in Fits, CRV’s and more. But the 19th is all about the Pilot. A $10 donation to sing karaoke from the back of a Honda Pilot, or $1 donation to judge karaoke, helps support Zachary’s Mission, the non-profit creating necessity backpacks for families with overnight hospital stays. Visit Rohrich Honda and support Zachary’s Mission on October 19th. As always visit www.rohrich.com
Question of the Day
In honor of Door’s Open Pittsburgh, what is your fave Doors song?
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Lyndsey and Rebecca: Nothing touts literacy like launching libraries throughout Western Pa. thanks to the new non-profit, Bridges 365 Inc. Check out its landscape at the West End Overlook this weekend, the location of the inaugural library.
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