Nebby: Rick Sebak's Tales of Greater Pittsburgh
My Seven Weeks in Magee - After a fall that ruptured his left quadriceps tendon, Rick had to have surgery and then began a long, slow recovery. He spent time at a “skilled nursing facility” to recuperate. Now he has made a new program for his popular crowd-funded NEBBY series that details the trials and tribulations (but primarily the delicious joys) of what he calls “My Seven Weeks In Magee.”
Rick details the trials and tribulations (and delicious joys) of his recuperation.
Stories and insights taken from a 1987 conversation between Rick Sebak and Fred Rogers.
We're going back to Kennywood, summer of 1988, one more time.
Video footage shot by our WQED crew in 1988 for Kennywood Memories.
It's a sort of party and shopping experience. A hip flea market with really good pizza!
We talk to a few local writers of poetry, short stories and novels.
A look at meat from the Pittsburgh region--its origins, processing and preparation.
Over its 68 miles, Route 88 contains many surprises--historic, tasty or oddly interesting.
About Nebby: Rick Sebak's Tales of Greater Pittsburgh
This series of public TV programs known as NEBBY: RICK SEBAK'S TALES OF GREATER PITTSBURGH is a set of 7 celebratory shows about various aspects of local history and culture. Each of the 7 is a stand alone documentary. While the word "nebby" means "nosey" or "inquisitive" to most native Pittsburghers, many of whom have known a "nebby neighbor" for years, the series is an unpredictable mix of topic
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