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but red carpet rolled out for new ice
The red carpet was rolled out, the champagne was poured, and more than 500 suits, socials and politicos clocked out of the cave a bit early on Friday to toast the grand opening of the CONSOL Energy Center, where surprisingly enough, we didnt have to wait until the start of the hockey season to see who would be first to break the ice.
I always like to do something a little different, laughed a decidedly good humored Gov. Ed Rendell, whose turn at the podium saw a delay of game as he fought what turned out to be a losing battle with the slick surface and had to be helped back on his feet, an occurrence that more than one speaker had hoped to avoid.
Back on solid ground, the top brass strolled around checking out the new digs, including Pens CEO Ken Sawyer retiring at the end of August, Trib Total Media prez Ralph Martin, PNC prez Sy Holzer, Nick DeIuliis, David Peart, lead architect Wayne London, Bill Kassling and Penguins prez David Morehouse.
In real life, its even better than it looked on paper, he commented.
Is this the most beautiful arena youve ever seen? agreed emcee Paul Steigerwald.
Not too shabby, indeed; bright, open, airy, shiny and new, with plenty of elbowroom to ward off the old arena ambiance of feeling as though we were packed into a sardine can, and not a bad seat in the house read: there may technically still be a peanut gallery, but at least there arent the claustrophobiainducing nosebleed sections a la the chrome dome. and we didnt see any black and gold jerseys in the crowd, what wasnt missing was a congregation at the open bar, where the vast majority couldnt stop talking about 1 whether the old Igloo should stand or fall and 2 whether the governor had meant to stand or fall.
A few people were saying they thought he was faking it but he wasnt, Steigerwald continued, whose calm composure at the podium was one of gold medal proportions. Thats why I finally just took the mic off the stand. I just figured Id go to him!
Photo GalleriesYMCA Golf Tournament Dinner
Lee Goodman, winner of a car for a hole in one and YMCA CEO Erica Mann during YMCA Golf Tourney Dinner and Reception at St. Clair Country Club on Monday, August 2, 2010.
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