Point Park University
It’s another night of rehearsal at City Theater.
What if you could eat a plate of French fries, loaded with calories, and not absorb the fat because of what you’re drinking. Well, that’s exactly what PepsiCo is selling in Japan; and, so far, only in Japan.
People across the country are reacting following Thursday morning’s release of the Freeh Report, an independent investigation into how Penn State officials handled the child sexual abuse case involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
His name is Greg Brown and he’s currently serving three consecutive life sentences for the setting the fire that claimed the lives of three firefighters in a house on Bricelyn street in Homewood nearly two decades ago.
The book takes an unflinching look at Paterno himself, questioning whether the beloved football coach could have interceded to prevent the alleged serial molestation of boys.
Point Park University is the latest to campus in Pittsburgh to receive a bomb threat. Students were evacuated as police with K-9 units combed the downtown campus.
Talk to T.J. and Robbie Heatherington and you can sense a connection. “I think we read each other’s mannerisms and eyes really well,” Robbie says. Continuing the thought without missing a beat, TJ adds, “I wouldn’t say it’s a plan or anything. We just go off each other.”
Students were the celebrities on a Sunday evening in January as scores of people gathered at the South Side Works Cinema for the sold-out premiere of Pretty Little Things, a feature film written and produced entirely by Point Park University students.
“Pretty Little Things,” the first feature film to be written and produced entirely by Point Park University students premieres this weekend at the South Side Works Cinema.
Just days before Christmas, Best Buy is telling some customers that it is cancelling orders made online weeks ago.
Identity theft is a growing problem in the technology age, so today law enforcement officials gathered together to learn ways to curb the crime.
There were lights, cameras and a whole lot of action in downtown Pittsburgh as filming continued for “The Dark Knight Rises.”