INSPIRE Speaker Series : 02 What's In A Name?

Updated: Jun 29

Join MCF Architecture & Steve Cicero, to hear fascinating stories surrounding the names of places & things around Pittsburgh.



Steve Cicero is a former history instructor in the Butler Area School District. He is active with numerous historical organizations throughout Western PA as a part-time instructor, and volunteer, as well as several retired educator groups. In addition, he is always looking for ways to promote local history and historical sites through presentations and tours. Because he is willing to travel far and wide to talk about our amazing local heritage, he is now known as The History Hobo.


We are surrounded by names that we see or hear every day and never think about where they came from.

Forbes Avenue, William Flynn Highway, PPG Paints Arena, Allegheny River, Phipps Conservatory, Fayette County, Perry High School, Duquesne Incline.

Most of these places and things have names of historical significance & fascinating stories.


Be entertained & educated about Pittsburgh & the region. Join us for "What's In A Name?"


This program will be hosted via Zoom. You will receive additional details upon registration.





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MCF Architecture - Advancing the Arts & Design In Architecture

INSPIRE, a guest speaker series providing inspirations on ever expanding subjects surrounding people, planet, art, design and history.



Join us in for an uplifting range of topics and people. Become a part of MCF Architecture's developing creative series that provides design inspiration, innovation and engaging stories.

Open to the public. Questions? Interested in being guest?

email us at - MCFinspire@mcfarchitecture.com