From 04/04/2020: Phat Man Dee previewing the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Emergency Fund for Artists Web-a-thon (4/4, 6 to 10 pm) along with additional phone-in visits from Aubrey Burchell, Christine Andrews, Reverend Deryck Tines, Tracey D. Turner, Carolina Loyola Garcia and Mitch Swain.
From 03/28/2020: Emily Neff of Trying Together and Gregg Behr of the Grable Foundation discuss the importance of the 2020 Census.
From 03/21/2020: Zena Ruiz, Arts in Context Manager of Children's Museum of Pittsburgh and MuseumLab®, talks about resources for kids and families to enhance play and learning with Museum at Home.
From 02/08/2020: Marian Lien of Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition on its Lunar New Year celebrations.
From 02/01/2020: Philip Wesley Gates talking about Terminer, an original production at the New Hazlett Theater as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series, 2/6 and 2/7
From 1/25/2020 - Penn Middle School students Braeden Simon (13), Caeley Simon (11), Eliza Kleinschmidt (12) and Adithri Pingali 11 on their participation in the latest Fairchild Challenge during which students explored how plants are able to respond to climate changes by using different characteristics and mechanisms to regulate leaf temperature.
From 1/25/2020 - Sara Barbisch and Stephanie Ottey with a preview of the Stage 62 production of Goodnight Moon, 2/7 and 2/14 (7 pm) and 2/8, 2/9, 2/15 and 2/16 (2 pm), Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, Carnegie.
From 01/04/2020 - Kerollos Kamel (18, University of Pittsburgh) and David Donehue (19, Carnegie Mellon University) discuss their participation in the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center Academy as well as opportunities for high school students (ages 15 and up) and college undergraduates to apply to take part in the Summer 2020 program (deadline is 2/10).
From 12/28/2019 - Norwin High School students Gabriella Conley (16), Tegan Lochner (17), Emily Jumba (17), Radene Jackson (17), and Hannah Jackson (18) discuss their award-winning entry in a Fairchild Challenge prompt to create a "Wish You Were Here" postcard based depicting a favorite outdoor place with original art and writing.
Derrell Mack (17, City Hight) and Dre Mack (11, Sunnyside Academy) discussing their experience with Venture Outdoors