Saturday, May 06, 2017
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The regional premiere of this coming of age story, set in Pittsburgh, will get audiences wrapped up with Charlie, an observant "wallflower," as he charts a course through the strange world between adolescence and adulthood.
Squeeze My Cans
Squeeze My Cans has hit theaters in Chicago and Los Angeles to critical and popular acclaim, selling-out houses and inspiring crowds who often stick around after, curious about the journey in and out of Scientology. Using only a chair, a stool, projections, lighting and nearly a million dollars, this show rockets your audience through this roller-coaster ride of the heart... but with aliens. Cathy Schenkelberg’s journey as a Nebraska Catholic girl from a family of ten, through the rabbit hole of this infamous and unbelievable cult, represents an everywoman’s story of a young adult searching for her place and purpose in life which is moving, hilarious, heart-breaking and redemptive
Artisans In The Park
Come on out and join the Artisans In The Park as we celebrate our 2nd annual event at the beautiful Conrad Weiser Homestead. Check out and shop with all of the great artisans, enjoy the delicious food and deserts in our food court and sample some amazing wine! Take a tour of the homestead, visit the gift shop and learn the history of the buildings and the land. Admission is FREE and event takes place RAIN OR SHINE! Visit www.ArtisansInThePark.com for more information.
In a report by the state recovery coordinators, responsible for guiding the city governments financial comeback, is recommending Pittsburgh exit distressed status under state Act 47 designed to help struggling municipalities steady their finances. The guidance comes after Mayor Peduto's announcement that he would seek to remove the designation by early 2018. The report said "The city has strategies in place to address its primary legacy costs — employee pensions, retired employee health care and workers' compensation — while maintaining its workforce and increasing the necessary investment in Pittsburgh's infrastructure."
KQV/TribLIVE.COM Listener Poll Should colleges abolish social fraternities and sororities on their campuses?