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"Seized Students Share Stories Surrounding Protest's Poundings!" (Oct 02, 09, 8:11 a.m.)

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“Blind Man Blesses Magnificently By Making Beautiful Music!  (Nov 30, 09, 11:58 a.m.) By Debbie Chen
The man can sing.  Sitting in front of a CVS pharmacy with a duct tape covered cup in his hand, he belts out Gospel songs in a husky, rich vibrato, managing to spin the tunes above the screech of Pittsburgh’s traffic. He constantly nods to the beat of his jukebox, and when it is turned off, to the beat in his head as people passing by occasionally..





Oakland International Fellowship welcomes incoming students to its worship service on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. near North Dithridge St. followed by Sunday School at 11:30 a.m. and fellowship lunch at 12:30 p.m.




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