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Wednesday Rundown: Having Your Say on Public Transit

These topics air Wednesday May 21, 2014 at noon and 8pm on 90.5 WESA.

Join the conversation LIVE between noon & 1 pm weekdays at 412-246-2002.

Primary Wrap-Up

Pennsylvania Democrats have chosen York County businessman Tom Wolf to take on Republican Governor Tom Corbett in the fall. We'll get a wrap up of Tuesday's political races from WESA Senior News Editor Mark Nootbaar.

Port Authority Improving Transit

What type of improvements need to be made to improve the region’s transit? That’s the question Port Authority posed to the public and the results are in. Port Authority CEO Ellen McLean joins us to discuss the recommendations made to a panel of transit oriented development experts.

Gene Kelly's Legacy

The life of legendary dancer, director, choreographer and Pittsburgh native Gene Kelly is celebrated Wednesday in a show at the Byham Theater called Gene Kelly: The Legacy, An Evening with Patricia Ward Kelly. Ms. Kelly is his widow and biographer. She joins us in studio to discuss aspects of Mr. Kelly's career and personal life. 

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