Cody McDevitt is an award-winning journalist and the founder of the Rosedale Oral History Project, which is the basis for “Banished from Johnstown: Racist Backlash in Pennsylvania.”
Recently, he released a compendium of first-hand accounts of veterans who fought in World War II called “Answering the Call: Somerset County during World War II.”
He is also the co-author of “Pittsburgh Drinks: A History of
Cocktails, Nightlife & Bartending Tradition,” which is available on
Amazon and in select bookstores locally.
He lives near Pittsburgh and works for the Somerset Daily American.
If you are looking for a day trip or a weekend getaway, Somerset is just 90 minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh.
Located in Somerset, Pennsylvania, the Summit Dinner is worth the 90-minute drive from Pittsburgh for classic diner food and pie.
These spots have been serving up car-side eats for over 50 years
You’ve heard of the Boilermaker. But you might NOT know that back in 1902, Pittsburgh influenced cocktail culture on both coasts with a unique take on an Old Fashioned.