Shakespeare: Not Just a Literary Legend, Also a Pittsburgh Steeler

By Jeremy Hritz There are many firsts within football organizations that are memorable and historical, and the Pittsburgh Steelers are no exception. From the first playoff win (1972 Divisional Round win against the Raiders), to the first-ever Steelers Hall of Famers (Bert Bell and Johnny “Blood” McNally), these history nuggets are worth knowing, remembering, andContinue reading “Shakespeare: Not Just a Literary Legend, Also a Pittsburgh Steeler”

A Deserved Recognition: Steve Furness

By Andrew Malkasian This afternoon President Biden became the first sitting president to formally recognize the Armenian genocide.  The United States Senate and the House of Representative recognized the genocide in 2019, over a century after 1.5 million Armenians were massacred by the Ottoman Empire. Today’s recognition is unique, important, and personal. For those whoContinue reading “A Deserved Recognition: Steve Furness”

PA Football and Bert Bell

By Andrew Malkasian The suburbs of Philadelphia certainly aren’t a hotbed of Steelers fandom necessarily. Yet, our mutual ambition for celebrating the Steelers from the other side of the state is less absurd than some would think. As far as I’m concerned, the Steelers and Eastern Pennsylvania, and by extension the Eagles, have much moreContinue reading “PA Football and Bert Bell”