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Former Steelers reporter will host Q&A discussions at Westmoreland libraries

Patrick Varine
| Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017, 6:21 p.m.
Workers at Heinz Field get the grass ready for the upcoming 2017 Steelers and Pitt football season. Author Scott Brown has written a new book of 'bucket list' items for diehard Steelers fans.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Workers at Heinz Field get the grass ready for the upcoming 2017 Steelers and Pitt football season. Author Scott Brown has written a new book of 'bucket list' items for diehard Steelers fans.

Former Trib reporter Scott Brown is stopping by local libraries, including the Penn Area Library on Nov. 13, to give Steelers fans a list of things they should have on their bucket lists.

In fact, he's written an entire book about it.

In “The Pittsburgh Steelers Fans' Bucket List,” Brown lays out a few things most diehard Steeler fans have likely already done — tailgating at Heinz Field, studying the “Immaculate Reception” with a Zapruder-film-style intensity — along with some must-see locations and can't-miss activities that happen in and around the stadium on game day.

Brown, who lives in Greensburg, covered the Steelers for nearly a decade with the Tribune-Review and ESPN, and is the author or co-author of six books.

He is currently collaborating with former Steeler and ESPN Pittsburgh radio host Tunch Ilkin on a book planned for release in 2018.

Brown will be at the Penn Area Library at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 13. The library is at 2001 Municipal Court in Penn Township.

To register, call 724-744-4414.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-850-2862, pvarine@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MurrysvilleStar.

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