The Imagine Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship will provide a hands-on, engaging program designed to bring entrepreneurial and economic concepts alive for students. The lessons related to the core elementary school curriculum of science, math, social studies, and language arts will incorporate the basic economic and entrepreneurial concepts.
Sat. Dec 15th at 10AM
Tues. Dec 18th at 6PM
Thurs. Jan 10th at 6PM
Sat. Jan 12th at 10AM
Wed. Jan 23rd at 6PM
Visit us online at http://imaginepennhills.com/
Imagine being in Dormont PA at the small 1 screen Hollywood theater and meeting more stars and pro-athletes in one night than the average Pittsburgher had all year. That’s what it was like at the Pittsburgh premiere of the movie “Christmas in Compton” which was Co-produced by Pittsburgh locals Paula Gregg and Susan Burig. The set up was really nice with White Diamond Vodka giving free samples in martini glasses filled with strawberries, raspberries and of course the dangerously smooth White Diamond Vodka and a splash of cranberry juice – which was the signature drink for the night, along with plenty cookies and other sweet treats. There were also plenty of items for the raffle. Lucky winners won autographed footballs, bags, gift baskets and other prizes. But the highlight of course was the red carpet that was graced by Pittsburgh Steelers Charlie Batch, Chris Rainey, NY Giants Hakeem Nicks, actors Omar Gooding (Yep, Cuba’s brother), Miguel Nunez and actress Portia Porscha Coleman who were all part of the cast. You had to be there…even the former editor of Vibe Magazine Danyel Smith was in the house along with Actor Carl Clemons. It was a star studded night, full of limos and VIPs and the bottom line is that it all helped to raise money for the Hurricane Sandy victims and the legendary Hollywood Theater. Now check out the pics by LaKesha Silver.
Soul Pitt wants to thank Jeffrey Dunmore for his unsolicited kind words. We really appreciate you and all the people who have been supporting Soul Pitt and the things we do for the community. Without people like you, we wouldn’t be here. Love ya!
Put Jimi Hendrix, Mos Def , Wiz Khalifa, and a little Duke Ellington into a box and shake it up and it would literally spit out 720 Record Shop.
Enter the old-school but hip-hop styled café, slash record store, slash vintage clothing spot at the corner of 44th and Butler Street in Lawrenceville, and you could be anywhere from Amsterdam to Soho, London to NYC. The record shop joins a growing number of funky clothing stores, bars, restaurants and coffee shops nestled away on Lawrenceville’s main thoroughfare just blocks away from the new Children’s Hospital. Click Here for Full Details
Soul Pitt Media’s own Donna Baxter and Craig Dawson attended the Gateway Medical Society Physician of the Year Scholarship Gala on Oct 27th. This is a wonderful organization that is doing their part in mentoring youth to become future medical leaders in our community. The event was held at the beautiful Marriott City Center Hotel. Find out more about what they do by visiting www.gatewaymedicalsociety.org