Monday, April 07, 2008

November 28th is Burgh Diaspora Day

On the heels of Carl Kurlander's announcement of a West Coast Pittsburgher gathering, start making your plans to boomerang back home this next Thanksgiving for an extended holiday:

We look forward to showing the movie in Pittsburgh on November 28th at the Byham as part of Pittsburgh's 250, for which we would are inviting all the talent which has left Pittsburgh, including the hundreds who sang "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" In Times Square and Beverly Hills, to come home and reconnect with the city. As Franco Harris says in the movie, "talent, come on back to Pittsburgh!"

Appropriately, tag line for the movie, which is really a comeback story in every sense, is "it's never too late to come back."
I hope that there will be a celebration in more places than just Pittsburgh.

No comments: