The Perkins School for the Blind has created a new website for users to learn more about and gain better understanding of the blind experience with the online project Blind … Continued
Preventing a rocky start to school for your child will set them on the right path towards school success.
Pittsburgh has been home to some of the greatest creative nonfiction voices of the past century, from those born here like Annie Dillard to writers who made their journeys through … Continued
Do you find yourself constantly pondering about the universe and all the secrets it holds? I did, but now that I’ve read a few books on theoretical physics, I’m light years beyond where I was before. In celebration of NASA’s Juno mission, let’s go to “Infinity and Beyond.”
Tired of the same old story in fantasy novels? Check out Erika Johansen’s The Queen of the Tearling for a truly unique and exciting read!
There are some songs you can’t help but sing along with… as long as no one is around to hear you. Maybe you don’t deny that you like them, but you don’t exactly advertise it, either. Here are 13 of mine.
In my ranking of favorite things, receiving mail places just above eating pizza and directly after chihuahuas in tiny sombreros. Which is to say, it’s up there. I’d been not … Continued
Whiplash director Damian Chazelle has a new film opening December 16 starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Take a look at some of the actors’ previous collaborations and the director’s first film.
Celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday and the release of the new book at CLP – Squirrel Hill. Get sorted, explore Hogwart’s classes and let the wand choose you!
Remember watching the old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette presses through the windows on the Boulevard of the Allies? In this technologically innovative documentary 3D film by celebrated photographer and documentary filmmaker Ken Love, with 3D content remastering by Rembrandt3D, see behind the glass of a story that follows the paper on its serpentine journey through the presses, history and technological change.