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Denis Theatre renovation continues

By Matt Petras and Lauren Ortego, Point Park News Service: Alex Parrish loves movies so much that he shows classics such as “Casablanca” to his children – even when they said it bored them. Now, Parrish has joined a nearly-10-year effort to resurrect the Denis Theatre, a movie theater located in Mt. Lebanon with a history that spans back to... Read More

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Dracula: Not for the Faint of Heart

By April Osburn, Point Park News Service: For those who enjoy being spooked and live for Halloween, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s production of “Dracula” will return for the 2017-2018 season opener gracing audiences at the Benedum Center over Halloween weekend.   The dynamic performance, based on the 1897 novel by Bram Stoker, takes you on a journey with Count Dracula to fulfill his... Read More

Q & A with CollegeFashionista’s Melissa Levin

By: Brittany Maniet, Point Park News Service  Melissa Levin is the Editorial Director for CollegeFashionista, which is an online community of college-aged fashion and beauty influencers, or “Style Gurus.” CollegeFashionista’s Style Gurus are the sites interns which submit articles monthly to appear on the site showcasing their school’s style and trends. According to the CollegeFashionista website, the mission of their site is to “introduce college-age students to the inner workings... Read More

Pittsburgh attracts young artists with a wealth of opportunities

The city sees a rising number of millennial creators as affordability remains central  A version of this article first appeared in Pittsburgh City Paper.  By Tyler Dague, Point Park News Service: Bowen Schmitt didn’t recognize Pittsburgh. After five and a half years as a student at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art then and founding director of the Great Far... Read More

Pittsburgh: Where Pierogi Dreams Come True

By Krista Marple, Point Park News Service:  If you know anything about Pittsburgh, you know the city has a love for food. But more specifically, you know their love for pierogies.   One of Pittsburgh’s newest food spots in town really has people talking. Stuff’d, which opened in August, is still in its soft opening stage but is the first pierogi bar in the area. Although it hasn’t been around for... Read More

Baron Batch sees graffiti as medium for social change

By Christopher Ward, Point Park News Service: Growing up in West Texas, where high school football is a top priority, Baron Batch knew that playing the game was a given – but deep down inside he always knew that he wanted to be an artist, too. As a kid, Batch had a speech impediment where he couldn’t say the letter R, so... Read More

‘The Death Show’ displays joys of life

By Iain Oldman, Point Park News Service:  PRELUDE The green room at the Arcade Comedy Theater is currently cold, like a morgue. Ayne Terceira, an improv actor on the show, is huddled inside her jacket trying to keep warm while the rest of the cast file into the green room, one by one, stopping in front of the mirror to... Read More