The 50-year-old organization awards music scholarships, including one started by the family of the late Mt. Lebanon High School teacher Phillip Bianco.
The band, which includes a Brookline resident and two Mt. Lebanon High School graduates, has a release show for “Hieroglyphica” on Aug. 24.
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Dan Petrich, a 1989 Mt. Lebanon High School graduate, will perform at 7 p.m. Aug. 15 as part of Mt. Lebanon Public Library’s Concert in the Courtyard series.
Founding member Roger Earl talks about the band’s Pittsburgh connections, including lead guitarist Bryan Bassett and show opener Matt Barranti.
Jumping Jack Theater’s artistic director, Stephen Santa, works on stage productions for children who are on the autism spectrum or have other special needs.
The 14th annual Broadway Cabaret Camp has wrapped up another session under the direction of Kristianna Gizzi of Pittsburgh Performing Arts Studio.
Keynotes of South Hills’ garden party helps a cause that has provided more than $400,000 toward musicians’ studies in the past half century.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library proved the cool place to be July 13 as patrons, benefactors, sponsors and donors enjoyed an evening of cool jazz and dessert during the annual garden party.The Stardust Swing Band provided the entertainment. The event featured a silent auction for a variety of hand…
The painting shows a dozen young adults lined up, each of them apparently pushing the person in front, with facial expressions varying from mild discomfort to downright despair.
“Era of Cool: The Art of John Van Hamersveld” opens July 20 at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg.
For many, it doesn’t get better than hearing electric guitar in the context of Iron Maiden or Metallica, but there certainly is a more mellow side.
The Mt. Lebanon resident and Steelers legend will share stories in honor of the new edition of his autobiography, “Fighting Back.”
Upper St. Clair High School graduate Kylie Koch was selected to work at the recent concert by legendary percussionist Sheila E. at Stage AE in Pittsburgh.
The 61-year-old group, featuring performers of all ages and musical backgrounds, invites prospective members to Tuesday night rehearsals.
Keynotes of South Hills held its 48th annual music competition May 18 at Mt. Lebanon High School. There were 19contestants this year, and the judges chose six winners.
The Abbey Players will perform “Children of Eden JR.” on June 14 and 15 at St. Benedict the Abbot Church in Peters Township.
Upper St. Clair High School graduate Brianna Spilsbury was selected to deliver the student address at the 93rd annual spring commencement ceremonies for Misericordia University.