So we moved around the corner. Ledcat is prowling around looking for great photo opps and I'm getting used to the new digs. I actually commandeered an Information table so I feel official. Officially what? Who cares!
Court of Common Pleas Judicial Candidate Hugh McGough just walked by and is being positively swamped with supporters — his stickers are everywhere!
A few other familiar faces have rolled in. Everyone literally walks by my new spot. They seem to believe I'm the receptionist which is actually a bit fun. I have no idea where the bathroom is, but I've given directions three times already. Shhh.
Anyway, Persad is the nation's second oldest LGBT counseling center. Last year, they provided services to 900 clients equalling 13,000 hours of clinical care.
Melissa Meinzer of the City Paper just strode by in some awesome boots and accompanied by an uncommonly handsome man whose name was sort of lost in the introductions. Steel City's Lance and Joe stopped by to say hello and chat up local politics. We savored a moment of relish over the Post-Gazette endorsement of Patrick Dowd. Can you imagine if he won? <Deep Sigh>
Lynn Cullen arrived. She looks fabulous.