This Pittsburgh-round puzzle has clues that solve to the names of the neighborhoods in Pittsburgh. The number(s) after the slash is intended to help the solver by indicating the number of letters in the name, and the number before the slash is an index that tells the solver which letter to extract.
|Plant grown at one's residence||Homewood||3||M|
|High-elevation area full of acorn collectors||Squirrel Hill||5||R|
|Plaza for interim governors||Regent Square||1||R|
|Mound composed of varnish||Polish Hill||2||O|
|Lasagna-loving cartoon cat||Garfield||1||G|
|Valley whose color is light brown-ish||Glen Hazel||3||E|
|State of being more than acquaintances||Friendship||2||R|
|Cooler half of a street, maybe||Shadyside||6||S|
|Town honoring The Hunger Games actress Jennifer||Lawrenceville||3||W|
|Public green area in the Scottish mountains||Highland Park||4||H|
|Freedom in Asia||East Liberty||4||T|
*The Oakland Athletics is a baseball team that plays in the city of Oakland, California.
The extracted letters give the cluephrase MR ROGERS WHAT. This is a reference to Mister Rogers, a famous TV host from Pittsburgh known for the children's series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. The cluephrase indicates that the last word of this title is the final answer.