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It’s the Friday news roundup! A local program for movie and theater professionals is getting a reboot, we’ve found yet another thing the state is worst at (lyme disease, eep!), and there’s a new multi-million proposal to study exactly how to replace our city’s thousands of sodium-vapor streetlights over the next few years.
Thanks to all those who’ve done the great reporting we discussed today:
- Julia Felton in the Trib on potential plans to convert the city’s streetlights to LED lights
- Emily Payne with CMU on an ordinance to dim Pittsburgh’s light pollution
- Our interview with Dark Sky Defender Diane Turnshek
- Karen Hicks in StateImpact Pennsylvania on PA leading the nation in Lyme disease
- Bill O’Driscoll in WESA on the new workforce training program from the Pittsburgh Film Office and Pittsburgh Public Theater
- Maria Sciullo in Pittsburgh Magazine on our city's status as “Hollywood on the Mon”
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