In 2009, a gleaming performing arts space opened to great fanfare in downtown Pittsburgh.
Named after renowned playwright and native son August Wilson, it was meant to be a hub for African-American theater, art and education.
Today, the August Wilson Center is for sale, unable to pay its bills. But many wonder why it was allowed to get to this point.
August Wilson grew up in Pittsburgh’s Hill District in the 1940s and '50s. He met Sala Udin in parochial school.