Acclaimed author and professor Franklin Toker joins us to discuss his latest book, Pittsburgh: A New Portrait.
We're pleased to welcome acoustic music trio, The Big Swan Kings, on our program. The "Kings" featuring David King on guitar, Gil Bigenho on bass and violinist Keith Swan. Live on SLB.
David King, volunteer coordinator, stops by to discuss Sleep-In for the Homeless, a fundraising event that assists Pittsburgh's homeless population. David's two sons, Aaron and Austin, are on hand to talk about their experiences from last year's Sleep-In.
Bev Boggio, Chair of the Step Trek Committee, is on hand to tell us about this fun family event geared toward discovering the many stairways essential to Pittsburgh life.
Myrna Powell, Director of Three Rivers Youth's The Hub, is accompanied by some past and present clients to share experiences and highlight services for at-risk and runaway youth. The Three Rivers Youth and Hub House has been offering shelter, food and direction for young people since the late 1800s.
Six youth (ages 14 to 20) discuss the economy, health care and personal outlook for the future...
It's Scouting round-up time! The Greater Pittsburgh Council Boy Scouts Field Director, Joe Milhacic, pays us a visit--along with several area scouts--to talk about the programs offered and how you can get registered as a scout or volunteer. Boy Scouts of America isn't just for boys anymore! Our guests also share information about their co-ed program, "Ventures."
Kristen Link (director of education) joins us along with youth playwrights, Hannah Tobin, John Marabello, Isabel D’Angelo and Hannah Newman whose scripts are being produced by City Theater this season.
City Theater actors, Erik Gaden, Coty Warn and Kelly McKenna …
Benjamin Wagner joins us to talk about the making of this film and share some of his personal memories of this much beloved Pittsburgh native.
In partnership with Pittsburgh Public Schools, SLB is leading workshops as part of the ELECT Student Works afterschool programs conducted at Greenfield, Lincoln, Manchester, Miller, Roosevelt and Sunnyside schools.
During the 2007-2008 school year, SLB will visit these K-through-8 schools …