All eyes will be on one of my favorite cities this week. The G-20 Summit meets in Pittsburgh Sept. 24-25 and the world will get a glimpse at the Burgh voted "Most Livable City." Pittsburgh, clean and green, has long shed its steel mill and rust belt image. I can't count the times I have visited
Pittsburgh, but it has to be in the hundreds, and
I see something new. On my last trip this past May,
my aunt and I visited the Warhol Museum
in honor of its native son Andy Warhol. It was
The museum, housed in a renovated warehouse on the north side, is one of four Carnegie Museums in the city and the single largest museum in the
country devoted to a single artist.
But what is the very best part of Pittsburgh? It is hard to miss: the point where three rivers--the Allegheny, Monongohela, and the Ohio come together. Make sure to view it from a high vantage point.
About Pittsburgh: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/14/AR2009091402672.html?wpisrc=newsletter&wpisrc=newsletter
About the Summit: http://www.pittsburghsummit.gov/