From 05/27/2017: Herman Pearl and Ben Barson with music and conversation in preview of ABBEY: In the Red, a music and dance performance inspired by the life and music of Abbey Lincoln, August Wilson Center, through 5/27
From 05/27/2017: Way of the Saxophone, featuring 15-year-old saxophonists Brenden Stilwell (Canon-McMillan), Kate Hardy, Nicole Esselstyn (both of Peters Township), and Alex Grove (17, Canon-McMillan) along with instructor from David's Music House, Ben Barson.
From 05/27/2017: The Indigo Quartet, in collaboration with Youth Chamber Connection, featuring 9th graders Sein Lee and Leila Fanien (violinists, Mt. Lebanon), Futen Wang (violist, North Allegheny) and 11th grader Jaemin Lee (cellist, North Allegheny)
From 05/27/2017: Tom Duer & Samir (11, Dilworth) on their relationship brought about by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh along with Kristine Pace
From 05/20/2017: Pittsburgh Perry 9th grader Jazmine (15) on her year-long project as part of the Youth Media Advocacy Project.
From 05/20/2017: Trey (12), an 8th grade student at Manchester Academic Charter School, talks about his year long project as part of the Youth Media Advocacy Project along with Brashear students involved with YMAP at their school.
From 05/20/2017: Pittsburgh Brashear 10th graders Madison (16), Sarah (16), Darren (16), Austin (16) and Nicole (15) on their year-long projects as part of the Youth Media Advocacy Project.
From 05/20/2017: Front Porch Theatricals with a live in-studio preview of the musical Violet, running 5/19 to 5/21 and 5/25 to 5/28 at the New Hazlett Theater.
On May 16, 2017, Pittsburgh Perry Students Kara Anderson, Chereigna Jones, and Robert Hawkins hosted a live stream from Pittsburgh Perry Community Day, a part of Remake Learning Days.
During the 2016/2017 school year, students in the broadcasting class at Pittsburgh Perry in association with the Young Preservationist Association and SLB Radio, learned about the history of the Northside, as well as holding discussions about their neighborhoods and communities.