This week we're joined by the very talented Aaron Jenzten and his band, who make beautiful, cinematic pop music. Aaron's voice is deep and soulful, and serves as a wonderful vehicle for his insightful, poetic lyrics.
To commemorate his life and work, Greenfield Elementary students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others.
Happy New Year! 4th grade students at Pittsburgh Lincoln K-8 share with us their hopes for 2010.
4th and 5th graders from Greenfield Elementary School in Pittsburgh share their hopes for 2010.
The Pittsburgh Songwriters Circle is an independent program of Calliope: the Pittsburgh Folk Music Society, and is dedicated to exploring, promoting and practicing the art and craft of song writing. This week we're joined by members Bruce Hoffman, Mike Strasser and John Hayes, as they share their original, acoustic music and discuss the newly released, Pittsburgh Songwriters Circle: Collection 2010.
A LIVE preview performance of the always enchanting play -- Beauty & the Beast!
Meet our Big Brother/Big Sister of the month.
This segment is created in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh and is made possible with support from SUPERCUTS.
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During the last week of 2009, SLB opened its studios for children to tell us about their hopes for 2010. Hear what they had to say.
We're proud to host the extremely talented duo of Jeff Berman and Sue Powers, whose musical projects include AppalAsia and Devilish Merry. They'll join us live on acoustic guitar, dulcimer and vocals.
We are quite pleased to host acclaimed author and writer Brian O'Neill live in our studios. Mr. O'Neill discusses his new book, "The Paris of Appalachia: Pittsburgh in the Twenty-First Century." An insightful and poetic look at our city, "Paris" is a must read for fans and denizens of the tri-state area.