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February 16, 2012

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley introduces us to a local group that is helping teen moms beat the odds, Michael also takes you behind the scenes of an exciting new talk show shot right here at WQED, and Tonia Caruso introduces us to a father and son who've opened the first local distillery since the end of Prohibition.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley introduces us to a local group that is helping teen moms beat the odds, Michael also takes you behind the scenes of an exciting new talk show shot right here at WQED, and Tonia Caruso introduces us to a father and son who've opened the first local distillery since the end of Prohibition.


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