From 09/23/2017: ARYSE (Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education) Congolese students Deborah Mwadi (15) and Shaelida Mujinga (19) at Brashear High School with poetry and conversation along with ARYSE interns Varsha Ramasubramanian and Isabelle Ouyang and executive director, Jenna Baron.
From 09/23/2017: Ashley Lynn Priore (12th grade, The Ellis School) with details on The Queen's Gambit Chess Institute, a new initiative to help chess reach more young people throughout the region.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh welcomes ProjectArt: a national arts education nonprofit organization that provides free after school programming.
From 09/16/2017: Live music with local teen rock band The Electric Army, featuring Mason Miller (16, Winchester Thurston), Zack Wolynn (14, St. Edmunds), Shane Cranor (16, Pittsburgh Sci-Tech) and brothers Finn and Riley Deringor (13 and 16), Pittsburgh Sci-Tech.
From 09/16/2017: Big Brother John Poglinco and Little Brother Vinny (12, Natrona Heights) discuss their relationship as forged by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh.
Students from The Neighborhood Academy, in collaboration with the Saturday Light Brigade, learn about interviewing, digital audio recording, and editing in preparation for the creation of their podcast series.
The Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD) funds regional assets from one-half of the proceeds of the 1% Allegheny County Sales and Use Tax. RADical Days is an annual event celebrating these assets with free admission, musical and dance performances and family activities offered by arts and culture organizations, parks and recreation, and sports and regional attractions that are funded by RAD.
6th & 7th 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. A new year of Radio Club has begun! Come and meet our new students through their first audio recordings!
From 09/09/2017: Live music with members of Ryan Hoffman and the Pioneers.
From 09/09/2017: The Golden Quintet featuring saxophonists Luke Will (14, Peters High School), Dante Compagni (13, Ringgold Middle School), Matthias Feitt (11, McMurray Elementary) and Brenden Stilwell (16, Canonsburg Middle School) along with David's Music House instructor, Ben Barson.