Column: What drew Indy-based film to Pittsburgh?



If you are fortunate enough to share the same household as an excogitative, romantic teenager, then you are aware that John Green’s novel, “The Fault in our Stars,” is now a very popular movie.

I am thusly blessed, but decided to skip the movie on a recent weekend. I doubt any movie can match the wondrous beauty of Green’s prose, and I am sidetracked thinking about the economic development issues surrounding the movie.

Before I clarify my unfeeling distractions toward economic development policy, I feel compelled to commend this book. While the tale of star-crossed lovers wasn’t new when Billy

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