Daily Archive: April 11, 2012


Business Calendar

Business Leaders Breakfast APRIL 13—The Chatham University Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship will host its Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series from 7:30-9 a.m. at the university’s James Laughlin Music Hall, Woodland Rd., Shadyside. Julie Hera DeStefano, a filmmaker, will be the guest speaker and will speak on the topic, “The Business of Documenting History: One Woman Filmmaker, 100,000 Women in the Military.” She will discuss how one woman developed the business behind the art and building a business behind one idea. Registration is requested. For more information, call Hui Wang 412-365-1253 or visit http://www.chatham.edu/cwe.


Inside Conditions…‘The Lost Boys’

There was a macabre film conjured up by the cinema madmen from Hollywood in1987 titled ‘The Lost Boys’. The production narrative from IMBd.com says this about the movie. “A mother and her two sons move to a small coast town in California.The town is plagued by bikers and some mysterious deaths. The younger boy makes friends with two other boys who claim to be vampire hunters while the older boy is drawn into the gang of bikers by a beautiful girl. The older boy starts sleeping days and staying out all night while the younger boy starts getting into trouble because of his friends’ obsession.”


Dobbs MVP again

Justin Dobbs, from Allderdice once again was selected as the Most Valuable Player in City League play and his coach Andrae McDonald beat out USOs Kevin Reid as the Coach of the Year. However, unlike last season, Dobbs barely beat out teammate Ben Mickens for the coveted honor. JUSTIN DOBBS Allderdice


Chartiers Valley sponsors Black history wax museum

by Bishop R. WilsonFor New Pittsburgh Courier There is a generally believed myth that suburban school districts are not doing enough to educate their students on African-American history. As an employee of Chartiers Valley School District, an African-American male who proudly serves as the prelate of Nova Scotia jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ—who in his own right works hard to share significant pieces of Black history—I am godly proud of a school district that teaches Black history, as well as the history of other cultures, throughout the year. STUDENTS ENJOY HISTORY


Church Circuit

Youth Revival APRIL 13—Morningside COGIC, 5173 Dearborn St., Garfield, will host a One Night Youth Revival at 7 p.m. Minister Michael Anthony Day of High Calling Outreach Church will be the speaker. There will also be a One Day Revival on April 15 at 4 p.m. with Evangelist Brenda Moon. For more information, call 412-361-9865.