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“The Pittsburgh Record,” hosted by Adam Shuck, is Postindustrial's first original daily newsletter and podcast. “The Pittsburgh Record” is a short podcast roundup of all the biggest news in Pittsburgh, delivered daily around 4 p.m.

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    • 5.0, 11 Ratings

“The Pittsburgh Record,” hosted by Adam Shuck, is Postindustrial's first original daily newsletter and podcast. “The Pittsburgh Record” is a short podcast roundup of all the biggest news in Pittsburgh, delivered daily around 4 p.m.

    1/29/20: Backed by corporate and public funds, “BizTown” opens for Pittsburgh-area school children

    1/29/20: Backed by corporate and public funds, “BizTown” opens for Pittsburgh-area school children

    It’s Wednesday, January 29, 2020. In today’s episode:

    * Years in the making, Junior Achievement’s “BizTown” opened in South Fayette this week, welcoming hundreds of school children into a mock “town square” populated by regional corporate brands
    * And more news items from the city of Pittsburgh and our region

    • 8 min
    1/28/20: Peduto tells Washington Post he’s “leaning toward” Bloomberg, Buttigieg for 2020 nomination

    1/28/20: Peduto tells Washington Post he’s “leaning toward” Bloomberg, Buttigieg for 2020 nomination

    It’s Tuesday, January 28, 2020. In today’s episode:

    * In a Washington Post article addressing what it calls a “splinter” in Democratic unity in Pennsylvania caused by fracking politics, Mayor Bill Peduto shares that he’s leaning toward an endorsement of either Michael Bloomberg or Pete Buttigieg
    * And more news items from the city of Pittsburgh and our region

    • 7 min
    1/27/20: Lead and sewage: two updates on Pittsburgh’s water

    1/27/20: Lead and sewage: two updates on Pittsburgh’s water

    It’s Monday, January 27, 2020. In today’s episode:

    * The newest round of drinking water sample testing shows that PWSA has dropped below federal action thresholds for lead, while a recently released RAND study shows that Pittsburgh’s sewage overflows total billions more gallons of pollution into our rivers than previously thought
    * And more news items from the city of Pittsburgh and our region

    • 10 min
    1/24/20: NYT’s The Daily drops into Pittsburgh to discuss the swing state politics of fracking

    1/24/20: NYT’s The Daily drops into Pittsburgh to discuss the swing state politics of fracking

    It’s Friday, January 24, 2020. In today’s episode:

    * In today’s episode of The Daily, from the New York Times, Pittsburgh and fracking take center stage — in what amounts to an argument for Joe Biden as the Democratic presidential nominee
    * And more news items from the city of Pittsburgh and our region

    • 9 min
    1/23/20: Turzai announces 2020 retirement

    1/23/20: Turzai announces 2020 retirement

    It’s Thursday, January 23, 2020. In today’s episode:

    * Powerful Pennsylvania Republican House Speaker Mike Turzai becomes the latest, and most high profile, legislator to announce retirement in 2020
    * And more news items from the city of Pittsburgh and our region

    • 9 min
    1/22/20: More than a dozen state legislators have announced 2020 retirements

    1/22/20: More than a dozen state legislators have announced 2020 retirements

    It’s Wednesday, January 22, 2020. In today’s episode:

    * With State Rep. Bill Kortz, an Allegheny County Democrat, announcing he won’t seek reelection, the number of Pennsylvania legislators retiring in 2020 now totals over a dozen
    * And more news items from the city of Pittsburgh and our region

    • 7 min

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