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.
Tyian Battle talks about ACH Clear Pathways - about their mission of nurturing creativity through the visual and performing arts to underserved youth and families; and how RAD money helps make their mission possible.
National Aviary Executive Director Cheryl Tracy tells us about the Aviary, the importance of RAD funding, and the latest events happening at the Aviary.
Andy Masich of the Heinz History Center talks to WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham about the current exhibit at the Center, "Vietnam;" housing the original Mister Rogers sets; the mystery of the B-25 Bomber plane that crash landed in the Monongahela River; and much more.
Susan Medley, Music Director of the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale, talks about the group; the importance of RAD funding to their organization; and previews their upcomig season.
Karla Boos visited WQED-FM to tell Jim Cunningham about Quantum Theater's current production, "Looking for Violeta;" their upcoming season; and the importance of RAD funding for Quantum Theater.
Nina Marie Barbuto, Executive Director, stopped by WQED-FM to talk about Assemble - A Community space for arts and technology.
Learn all about the Rachel Carson Homestead from it's Executive Director Jeanne Cecil, who stopped by WQED-FM to talk about it.
Peter Kope and Rebecca Himberger of Attack Theater stopped by WQED-FM to tell us about the company, the importance of RAD funding to their operation, and their upcoming season.
Squonk Opera's Jackie Dempsey stopped by WQED-FM to tell us about the organization, their new show "Hand to Hand," and what other shows they have coming up!
New President and CEO of the August Wilson Center, Janis Burley Wilson, stopped by WQED-FM to talk about the Center, her plans for the Center's future, the importance of RAD funding, and upcoming programs.