Monday, July 30, 2007

Women's Blogging Society IN PRINT!

(Pictured: The ubiquitous-doesn't-even-begin-to-describe-him Pat Clark, the incomparable Julie Mickens, and Potter ... Chris Potter.)

Chris Potter, editor of Pittsburgh City Paper, is on vacation this week, but I know he'd be thrilled to know I am thinking of him even in his absence.

The magazine insert (A "City Guide" -- their first!) in last week's edition of CP featured a story written by Pittsburgh's own "youngest living old person," in which he mentions our blog as a resource in a piece called "Pittsburgh FAQ's," addressing this question specifically:

I want to get involved politically, but I'm afraid to leave the basement. How can I stay informed?

This is a call to action, women: we have been designated to minister to the basement dwellers. (I moved my office up from the basement a few years ago, so I no longer count. But thanks for the warm thoughts.)

Also in the guide is a lovely conversation between Chris "the Potter" and his doppelganger, Chris "Sid Spells it Wrong" Briem of Null Space.

Check it aht.


  1. ha. my basement dwellers include two giant dogs and 891 red worms reporting for composting duty. The worms eat newspaper and the dogs, well, let's just say they practice the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra.