WQED celebrates the Allegheny Regional Asset District’s 25th Anniversary by bringing listeners interviews with the civic, cultural and recreational treasures that are funded by RAD and that we as a community value so much.
Film Pittsburgh Executive Director, Kathryn Spitz Cohan, stopped by WQED-FM to talk about their organization, their mission and the importance of RAD funding.
Lauren Bairnsfather talks about the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh; it's mission; the imporatance of RAD to it's operation; and much more.
South Park Theatre Inc. was founded in 1995 and currently has eight main stage and five children’s theatre productions.The theatre is located right in South Park, in Allegheny County at the corner of Brownsville Road and Corrigan Drive. Our Main Stage (adult) Theatre sits nestled in the park’s pine trees and our Children’s Theatre stage is a unique, outdoor venue that is the perfect setting for children to enjoy quality, family-friendly theatre. South Park Theatre's Lorraine Mszanski chats with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham about the mission of the Theatre.
Wendy Burnter of Steeltown Entertainment stopped by WQED-FM to talk about the organization and their mission to help young filmmakers in the Pittsburgh Region.
Ali Hoefnagel of Dreams of Hope talks about their organization and the importance of RAD funding to their operation.
Learn all about the The Allegheny Brass Band - their history; the importance of Allegheny Regional Asset District funds; and upcoming events.
Greg Langel of the Frick Art and Historical Center stopped by to talk about their current exhibition about Katherine Hepburn; the history of the Frick Estate and much more.
Lee Saville-Iksic talks about the Pittsburgh Youth Chorus, including their December 8th holiday concert.
Kevin Hiles is the Interim President, as well as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Carnegie Musuems of Pittsburgh. He talks about all of the exciting exhibits and events happening at the Carnegie Museums in the coming year.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company was founded by Mark Clayton Southers in 2003. The Company is committed to developing and showcasing the works of local playwrights; from accomplished masters like August Wilson and George S. Kaufman to promising new talents. They also seek to nurture a racially and culturally diverse community of playwrights, directors, actors and technical specialists to hone their craft and to network creative opportunities. Mark stopped by to talk more about the company.