Home of genius: The August Wilson house deserves a resurrection

Home of genius: The August Wilson house deserves a resurrection photo posted on post-gazette.com

“The late playwright August Wilson grew up on the hard-scrabble streets of the Hill District. The seeds for “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone,” “The Piano Lesson,” “Fences” and the seven other plays that constitute his famed “Pittsburgh Cycle” were nurtured in the heart of a community that has always had a strong sense of place.”

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