From 10/14/2017: Big Sister Nicole Parker and Little Sister Ceazia discuss their relationship as forged by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh along with BBBS staff member Shaun Hall.
From 10/07/2017: Pittsburgh Music Academy piano and violin players Leela Kulkarni (8, Streams Elementary), Allie Miller (8, Markham Elementary), Amanda McClain (14, Carlynton High School), Ellis Clark (5, Adat Shalom Preschool) and Avery Mills (9, Wyland Elementary) along with instructor Becky Keeley.
From 10/07/2017: Pittsburgh Savoyards previews its 80th season and upcoming production of Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S Pinafore with Evan Vay (15, Hampton High School) and Scott Gerse (18, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg), along with adult cast members and production crew Sarah Nadler, Caryn Crozier, Shane Valenzi and Lynette Garlan. The show runs 10/13 to10/15 and 10/19 to 10/22, Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall
From 10/07/2017: Accordionist Vladimir Mollov, Fran Wieloch, and Kathy Maron-Wood with a preview of the upcoming Na Megdana Bulgarian Folk Festival. 10/13 and 10/14, Bulgarian Center & West Mifflin Area Middle School
From 09/30/2017: Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School students Amanda Gross (17), Matt Fedorek (16), and Abby Witherstine (17) previewing their production of Mary Poppins: The Broadway Musical (10/6-10/8, 10/13-10/15 and 10/20-10/22).
From 09/30/2017: Rising Voices Youth Choir members Julianna Page (12) and Bailey Roach (9) from St. Benedict the Moor School, NaKyah Stribling (11, Pittsburgh CAPA), Saniyah Whitley (11, Pittsburgh Schiller) and Zoe Palat (10, Kentucky Ave. School) along with instructors Elizabeth Chitester and Alex Sabo.
From 09/30/2017: Steel City Shakespeare with a preview of a Sinbad, recently translated and adapted from old Persian texts (4 pm on 10/7, 10/8, 10/14 and 10/15, Fineview Overlook, Catoma and Lanark St., Northside)
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.
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.