Story pic

New Generation of Listeners

By Samantha McCarthy Knoch High School All types of entertainment have to come up with new ideas to keep their audience or readers coming back for more. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra puts on a Disney-themed concert as a way to attract a larger audience. “What our team really focuses on is trying to find the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Story pic

New Generation of Listeners

By Samantha McCarthy Knoch High School All types of entertainment have to come up with new ideas to keep their audience or readers coming back for more. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra puts on a Disney-themed concert as a way to attract a larger audience. “What our team really focuses on is trying to find the […]

IMG_2984

Tourism in Downtown Pittsburgh

By Nick Tommarello Union High School Thousands of tourists come from around the country and the world to see the beautiful city of Pittsburgh. What is there to see and do? I sit down with James Hill, a graduate of Point Park University for Broadcast Reporting, winner of three Point Park University Broadcasting Awards, intern […]

Sports

bikes

It’s Full Speed Ahead For Pittsburgh’s Bike Culture

By Desi Durbin Quaker Valley High School If you’ve been in Pittsburgh lately you’ve likely noticed the bikes. Whether it’s the sleek new bike rental stations, the custom artist-designed bike racks, or the two-way protected bike lanes implemented throughout the city it would appear that someone wants biking to become a part of the Pittsburgh […]

Movie Reviews

“The Imitation Game”

By Quinandre Leonard Seton La-Salle “The Imitation Game” was an movie that was based on time during the World War. Alan Turing was the main character and he had a rough childhood. He was picked on because he was different from everyone else. He proposed to Joan Clarke, one of the cryptographers, after she planned […]