As Donald Trump watched Saturday night’s Steelers-Bengals game, with hard hits that caused concussions and drew penalty flags, he thought he saw a metaphor for the direction that our country is heading in. “Football has become soft like our country has become soft,” Trump said at a campaign rally today, to cheers from the audience.…
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Cucumber Falls was most likely as equal an attraction to the first known group to inhabit the area as it is for tourists and residents today.
The first known group known to occupy the Ohiopyle region in Pennsylvania the Monongahela, a Native American clan of the Mound Builders. They and other Native American tribes ultimately disappeared from the region following the French and Indian war that ended in 1763.
The name Ohiopyle is derived from the Lenape Indian phrase ahi opihale, meaning it turns very white, a reference to the frothy waters of the nearby Ohiopyle Falls.**
Cucumber Run is named for the abundance of one species of magnolia tree, the cucumber magnolia (Magnolia acuminate), that still is found in the watershed.** Another explanation for its name came from a friend:
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Listen, 100% of the net proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. The date is August 02, 2014. Three sets of live music (two full production plus an acoustic intermission), and we’ll be raffling Steeler prizes throughout the night. Location at the Tilted Kilt on the North Side…literally in the shadow of Heinz Field.
Here’s the ticket link for inquiries:
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