As a young boy growing up in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Charles LaVallee watched his grandfather work tirelessly to run their small, family-owned business, Kunst Bakery. Nearly every day LaVallee’s grandfather would bake in the early morning hours and thank customers for stopping into his retail bakery throughout the day. This combination of both … More Charles LaVallee: A Bridge for the Community
The opportunity to apply classroom experiences to real-world projects of advertising and public relations has spurred Point Park University students to create a full service agency to help publicize events and other things for campus organizations.
Local non-profit serves as a medium for young professionals to serve in the surrounding Pittsburgh organizations.
Point Park University dance instructor shares her life-long, dancing journey.
A night of live music, Pittsburgh food vendors, Zombie cocktails, local beer, and a few local zombie enthusiasts, made for an energized night under the 31st Street Bridge on Saturday, August 29th.
The cause of an early morning Lawrenceville car fire, which turned the area just off Main St. into a fiery inferno, remains under investigation, according to police.
The 1st Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival will feature films to raise environmental awareness and collaborative efforts in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Public Theatre will showcase Point Park University alumni in its upcoming production.