From 04/22/2017: Past participants Shaniya (11, Propel Northside) and Tatyanna (11, Schiller), along with Doreen Upshaw, preview the Northside Open 3rd Annual Spelling and Literacy Challenge 2017, sponsored by The Pittsburgh Project for students in Grades 3-8 with one winner per grade, 5/20 (10 am to 1 pm).
From 04/22/2017: Southwestern Pennsylvania BotsIQ participants Zach Knight (California University of Pennsylvania), Ashley McGhee (12th grade, Yough High School) and Thomas McFadden (12th grade, Fox Chapel High School) discussing their experiences learning about manufacturing principles and career opportunities as they prepare for the BotsIQ competition, 4/28 and 4/29, California University Convocation Center.
From 04/15/2017: Youth coordinators Alyza Foster (15, CAPA), Ali Perry (18, West Allegheny) and Adam Smiley (18, Pine-Richland) along with artist/educator Christen DiLeonardo previewing Youth Invasion 2017, 4/28 (5 to 10 pm), The Warhol Museum.
From 04/15/2017: Big Sister Erin Griffin and Little Sister Tamarra "Sassy" (9, St. Benedict the Moor School) discuss their relationship along with Erica Strafalace of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh.
From 04/08/2017: Carson Middle School 7th graders Drew Lopuszynski, Nolan Collery and Erik Bloomquist discuss their climate change video created in response to the latest Fairchild Challenge, a national program encouraging teens to connect with the environment, sponsored locally by Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
From 04/08/2017: Center for Young Musicians violinists Jonah Tedford (6, Highland Primary Center, Grove City) and Daniel Yuo (6, Western PA Montessori) along with instructor Leah Givelber.
From 04/01/2017: Kristi Ward and Sean Miller with details on the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival.
From 04/01/2017: Elias Khouri (15, Holy Family Academy) with songs on guitar.
From 04/01/2017: 5th grade student from Environmental Charter School Porter, Emma, Stella, Brikal, Nivay, Bea, Noelle, Xander, Brynn, Chelsea, and Valentina with original poetry on topics including bullying, stereotypes, homelessness and more.
From 04/01/2017: Alana Kulesa of Carnegie Science Center with the latest on its online STEM curriculum resource STEMisphere.