From 05/06/2017: Pine-Richland seniors Kristin Martin (17) and Jackson Guido (18), with teacher John Dolphin, discussing the Perks of Being a Wallflower along with actors Julia Zoralto (17, Shadyside Academy) and Peter Stamerra (16, CAPA), staged at the school last fall with a production by Prime Stage Theatre running 5/5 to 5/14 at the New Hazlett Theater.
From 05/06/2017: Pamela Komar with details on the 2017 season of the EQT Children's Theater Festival, May 18-21.
From 05/06/2017: Mark Rogalsky with a preview of Dancing Classrooms, featuring 5th graders from Pittsburgh Banksville, Brookline, Faison, Montessori, Roosevelt, Sunnyside, and Westwood along with St. Benedict the Moor School and Sister Thea Bowman Catholic Academy, 5/6 (10 to 11:45 am), Pittsburgh Allderdice.
From 05/06/2017: Jermaine Johnson with details on Listen Up! Neighborhood Debate Classic, featuring students from Woodland Hills, Penn Hills and University Prep at Pittsburgh Milliones, 5/12 (7 to 9:30 pm), August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
From 04/01/2017: Kristi Ward and Sean Miller with details on the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival.
From 04/01/2017: Alana Kulesa of Carnegie Science Center with the latest on its online STEM curriculum resource STEMisphere.
From 03/25/2017: Greenfield resident Jake Reinhart with details on his efforts to name the new Greenfield (Beechwood) Bridge in honor of laborer and artist John Kane.
From 03/11/2017: Emily Newman and Zena Ruiz on Ice Station Zebra, a new Children's Museum of Pittsburgh installation.
From 03/04/2017: Richard Blair, son of Eric Arthur Blair (a.k.a., George Orwell) in a roundtable discussion about 1984 and the Orwell Society with Serena Zets (12th grade, Pittsburgh CAPA), Megan Ortego and Brooke Doran (12th grade, Valley High) as well as details about the Prime Stage Theater's production of 1984, 3/3 to 3/12, New Hazlett Theater.
From 03/04/2017: Ken Regal of with details on Empty Bowls 2017, benefiting Just Harvest and Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, 3/19 (1:30 to 3:30, 4 to 6 pm), Rodef Shalom, Squirrel Hill.