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September 30th marked the 40th anniversary of the debut of the most bar-centric sit-com in television history when “Cheers” premiered on NBC in 1982. "Cheers" went on to become one of the most beloved television shows of the modern era, and its iconic opening theme song was perfection in capturing the essence of what a neighborhood bar can mean to a community. It is a place where you feel welcomed and at home the moment you enter and where the troubles of daily life can be left on the other side of the door if only for a couple of hours.

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September 30th marked the 40th anniversary of the debut of the most bar-centric sit-com in television history when “Cheers” premiered on NBC in 1982. "Cheers" went on to become one of the most beloved television shows of the modern era, and its iconic opening theme song was perfection in capturing the essence of what a neighborhood bar can mean to a community. It is a place where you feel welcomed and at home the moment you enter and where the troubles of daily life can be left on the other side of the door if only for a couple of hours.

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Dr. Wayne London, a Harvard trained medical doctor, had visited town for his 50th high school class reunion. The next day we received a call from one of his classmates suggesting that he be invited to visit Chan Soon-Shiong/Windber Medical Center. As his classmate explained, he had some very…

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The weekend of Sept. 9 to 11 offered some much-needed relief from a summer of rising inflation, revelations regarding former President Trump and the never-ending Pennsylvania campaign ads. Four weekend events, each with very different circumstances, helped to place us in a more reflective st…

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