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Re: “O'Hara Township couple makes a federal case out of house concerts

I grew up in the Pittsburgh area and have settled in more music friendly cities such as Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington. I remember when I moved out that the city of Pittsburgh had a hard time retaining young people. This is why. It's okay to be a drunken Steeler fan but as soon as you want to display or support the arts people think you are "wierd". This city needs to drop its old ways and encourage people to host music, have potlucks, parade in the streets. Try supporting your neighbor instead of complaining, bring a dish and watch some music. Music is important to communities and should be supported. The conversation should be about why there aren't more people like her supporting local music and culture. Pittsburgh's old ways should die with the old complaining history here, get out and start a community for once. Cindy Harris is doing it, she should be celebrated.

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