When the Carnegie International opens this fall, it may appear as if the world’s latest art elegantly touches down like an ethereal being whose time to visit us has come ‘round again. But if you knew it as I do, you would know that this periodic being is full of, shall we say,…

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Thaddeus Mosley, 92, talks about his work as a sculptor and living a life of contentment.

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In part five of this video series, Cyril Wecht, age 87, shares his path to forensic pathology and discusses what is important in life.

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  • Sub Heading Former Allegheny County Coroner, forensic pathologist
Dan Ward is 27 and lives in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood. He is mostly vegan, rides his bike to work and walks in the park as often as he can. He also vaped for several years, using an electronic cigarette to satisfy a need to “have one vice to balance my otherwise healthy lifestyle.”

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