Putting french fries and coleslaw on artisanal toast at Pacific Standard magazine.
Theme: Bowling with strangers.
Subject Article: "Oral History: CMU linguistics professor charts the city's history through its language."
Other Links: 1. "Guerrilla Geographies of Artisanal Toast."
2. "Urban Islands of Poverty and Bowling With Strangers."
3. "bowling with strangers: emerging patterns of desegregation foretell a vibrant economy."
4. "The Stranger."
5. "A Toast Story."
6. "Putnam explains NYT article: Port Clinton an example of a national wealth gap, he says."
Postscript: Pittsburghese, a product of decades of parochial attitudes built by an absence of in-migration, helps newcomers connect with locals. Conversely, Pittsburghers cling to their Rust Belt roots by wrapping Yinzers in nostalgia. It's an affluent NOVA gang sign. The Yinzerati run the world.