John Fike will sign copies of “Final Absolution” during a March 21 event at South Hills Village.
The South Hills Chorale will celebrate its anniversary with “Sixty Years” concerts at 7:30 p.m. May 1 and 2 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2040 Washington Road, Upper St. Clair.
The Black Association of South Hills for Women is presenting its scholarship fundraiser luncheon April 4 at The Double Tree by Hilton Meadowlands Hotel, 340 Racetrack Road, Washington. Tickets may be purchased for $40 from a member or through the website www.BASHFORWOMEN.COM. BASH is intende…
- Local Catholic schools shift academic focus online
- Bethel Park aims for May 4 to reopen municipal building, library, community center
- Peters Township Girl Scout earns Gold Award
- Upper St. Clair events canceled for May
- Virtual library is open in Mt. Lebanon
- First responders brighten birthday for Bethel Park teen with special needs
- Chartiers Valley senior named Almanac MVP
- ‘This is our chance’: Bethel Park instructor encourages fitness efforts
- Chartiers Valley, Bethel Park lead Almanac girls all-star list
- Upper St. Clair teacher offers resources for special-needs students
The roots of the Photographic Section of the Academy of Science and Art in Pittsburgh, which meets in Mt. Lebanon, date back to the early days of cameras.
The idea of athletes dabbling in music is not a new one – basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal comes to mind – but often, the idea sounds better than what actually emerges.
The high school’s Rowdy Rhythm group was named an audience favorite at the Barbershop Harmony Society’s 2020 Midwinter Convention.
Scott Township resident Dave Molter, who also happens to be an award-winning columnist, tops the indie charts in a couple of countries with songs from his debut CD, "Foolish Heart."
The work composed by Stewart Copeland, former drummer for the Police, is based on John Milton’s “Paradise Lost.”
Chatham Baroque will present “Capriccio Stravagante: Imaginative String Music from the 16th and 17th Centuries” in four concerts starting Dec. 5.
The Abbey Players will present “Fame Jr.” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 22 and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 in St. Benedict the Abbot Church’s Pope Benedict Center in Peters Township.