October 19, 2019

The Aurora Reading Club of Pittsburgh

Founded by six pioneering women in 1894, The Aurora Reading Club of Pittsburgh is one of the oldest arts and cultural organizations in the nation. Since its beginnings 125 years ago, and throughout its history, members have demonstrated a commitment to self-improvement and engaging in activities for the benefit of the community. The tracks below were collected from Aurora’s luncheon on April 22nd, 2019.

July 17, 2019

Grow Pittsburgh: Youth Insights 2019

On a rainy, summer day, youth volunteering at the Shiloh farm stand talked about their work with herbs.

December 5, 2018

Crossing Fences: 2018 Homewood II

Homewood Voices Vol. II features first-person reflections from ten men as collected by ten boys. Project activities were conducted in collaboration with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Listen below for each man’s story as well as reflections from the interviewers.

December 5, 2018

Crossing Fences: 2018 Hill District II

Hill District Voices Vol. II features first-person reflections from ten men as collected by nine boys. Project activities were conducted in collaboration with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Listen below for each man’s story as well as reflections from the interviewers.

April 4, 2018

Inclusive Innovation Feature on Youth Express

On 4/4, SLB Radio was proud to partner with the City of Pittsburgh for its third annual Inclusive Innovation Week. Here are excerpts from our live Youth Express webcast during which we welcomed children, youth and adults to our studios to talk with each other about play, pastimes and more. Special thanks to Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative, Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh, CLP Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse and Fine Art Miracles, Inc. for collaborating on this multigenerational project project.