To commemorate his life and work, Pittsburgh Lincoln K-8 students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others.
The Gemini Theater produces original, interactive, children's musicals which focus on artistic, cultural and educational themes. This week we welcome members of the cast of Pinocchio as they preview their production of this classic story live in our studios!
This week we're happy to welcome back the very talented duo of cellist Dave Eggar and percussionist Charles Palmer, live in our studios. The two will also discuss their role in Attack Theatre's latest production, Assemble This.
Teacher Victoria Dym and four aspiring writers join us in the first of a two part series highlighting the Young Writer’s Institute, which seeks to enhance writing skills in both students and teachers. This week, student’s will discuss their forays …
What is the American Dream? Students at Pittsburgh Stevens Prek-8 discuss what the American Dream means to them, including examples of people in our history who have lived the American Dream, or have helped to make it possible.
Sometimes known as "Bloomfield's best live band," the Beagle Brothers perform country, old-time and honky-tonk acoustic music with energy, wit and style. We're pleased to host them live in our studios.
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. Listen to the segments as they appeared on The Saturday Light Brigade.
This week we're pleased to feature young pianist Billy Robertson, a fourth grade student at Donaldson Elementary School in The West Allegheny School District, live in our studios.
Pittsburgh Stevens PreK-8 students contemplate the earthquake in Haiti. In these reflections, our 4th and 5th graders explore how this catastrophe has affected them, and what they are doing to help.
Greenfield Elementary students reflect on the earthquake in Haiti. In these reflections, our 4th and 5th graders explore how this catastrophe has affected them, and what they are doing to help.