From 12/09/2017: A holiday performance with Three Rivers Ringers bell ensemble.
From 12/09/2017: Pittsburgh Musical Theater with a song from A Lyrical Christmas Carol featuring students Fredrick Lychack (13, Waldorf School), Tatiana Perilman (8, Lincoln Elementary), Rachael Parsons (12, Pleasant Hills Middle School), Ilyssa Bails (10, Community Day School), Mya Reitmeyer (7, Muse Elementary School), Carson Gregg (13, Harrison Middle School) and Grace Baker (12, Moon Area Middle School)
From 12/09/2017: The Hope Academy "HAT Co" band featuring James Picone (17, Pittsburgh Obama), Marvin Irish (16), James Japp (16), Adam Peters (16), Desmond Rucker (16) and Tomi Olaore (13) of Pittsburgh CAPA along with instructor, Ben Barson.
On Saturday, November 4th, 2017, Ronald McDonald House Charities supporters gathered at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh hotel to celebrate the night in black and white and to raise funds. Attendees recorded messages of hope to let RMHC children and families know that a large community is rooting for them.
6th, 7th, and 8th graders at Woodland Hills Jr. High School's Prime Time After School program learn the basics of audio production while expressing and reflecting on their personal experiences.
Listen now to these students and their thoughts on ghosts and the afterlife.
From 12/02/2017: Singer-songwriter and spoken-word poet Brittney Chantele.
From 12/02/2017: Young violinists Jason Assaf (21), Evan Koepfinger (14, Achievement House Cyber Charter School), Yanna Mavrogeorgis (10, Brookline Elementary), Rocco Tobul (10, Banksville Elementary) and Ethan von Hedemann (15, Keystone Oaks) from Seton Center School of Music with instructor John Ott.
From 12/02/2017: Big Brother Aaron Margo and Little Brother Amari (11, Assumption Catholic) discuss their relationship as forged by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh along with BBBS staff member Erica Strafalace
In Fall 2017, Holy Family Academy students visited the Saturday Light Brigade studios for a weekly class about radio production. These students learned about the background of radio storytelling and developed their skills in interviewing, audio production, and podcasting. Below are some of the works from these students:
From 11/25/2017: Live music with Pittsburgh singer-songwriter Dylan Rooke.