Steelers shrine, Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
September 13, 2010 12:00 am
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Denny Deluca collected so many Steelers mementos and crammed them into his basement that he created a somewhat claustrophobic cathedral to all things black and gold. You can see it for yourself: It's been moved in its entirety to the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University. DeLuca's Steelers shrine is part of a new exhibit titled "Whatever It Takes," reviewed recently by the PG's Marylynne Pitz. Exhibit hours and directions can be found on the gallery's web site. Beware if you're from Ohio, since Browns fans may melt in such an intense black-and-gold atmoshpere.
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First Published September 13, 2010 12:00 am