Radio Calendar


Oscillate: Pittsburgh
Where: Western Pennsylvania Center For The Arts, 300 James Street, Verona PA
When: March 24th from 2 to 8 pm
Now in its 4th year, Oscillate: Pittsburgh showcases electronic music and the instruments used to create it. Part meet ‘n’ greet, part performance event, Oscillate: Pittsburgh will feature a wide variety of musical performances. It’s not just about modular gear, although there’ll be a good bit of it on display as usual. There will be additional tables if you have equipment you want to show off. For more info on this event, visit
Serbian Movie Festival
Where: Cathedral of Learning, Room 232, 4200 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh
When: Saturday, March 24th
The Serb National Federation and Center for Russian & East European Studies at the University of Pittsburgh present a Serbian film festival. Films will be shown at 2, 3:30, and 6 pm. Pizza and light refreshments will be served. For more info about the festival and also about the Serb National Federation, go to their website at
Asian Pacific American Affairs Town Hall
Where: 4600 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, Room 2700, University of Pittsburgh campus
When: Saturday, March 24th at 10 am
Please join the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs for an interactive dialogue. The Commission wants to hear about the challenges facing the Asian Pacific American communities in Greater Pittsburgh and how it can effectively advocate, promote resources, and best serve those communities. Space is limited and your participation is critical. Contact Tiffany Chang Lawson at for specific questions or issues you want addressed at the town hall.
Screening of Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart
Where: August Wilson Center, 980 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh
When: March 26th at 7 pm
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is thrilled to present a screening of Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart. The film is the first-ever feature documentary about Lorraine Hansberry, the visionary journalist, activist and playwright who authored the groundbreaking A Raisin in the Sun. The documentary portrays Hansberry’s lifetime commitment to fighting injustice and her use of art as a medium for activism. A moderated panel discussion will follow the film. Tickets can be purchased at
PGH Photo Fair Speaker Series
Where: Ace Hotel Ballroom, 120 South Whitfield Street, Pittsburgh
When: The last Wednesday of each month: March 28th and April 25th
The PGH Photo Fair is pleased to announce the return of their speaker series, leading up to the PGH Photo Fair at the Carnegie Museum this spring on April 28th and 29th. The series seeks to augment the thriving art and photography scene in Pittsburgh with speakers who will focus on the nuts and bolts of collecting, the state of the art, and an insider’s view of the market. For more info on this speaker series and the upcoming PGH Photo Fair, go to
Half-Pint Prints at the Warhol
Where: The Andy Warhol Museum, 117 Sandusky Street, Pittsburgh
When: Wednesday, May 23th from 10 am to 12 pm
Families work with The Warhol’s artist educators to create silkscreen prints during this drop-in silkscreen printing activity. The activity is intended for children ages 1 to 4 years old, and is included with museum admission. For more info on this event and other events at The Warhol, go to


Pittsburgh Comics Salon’s Monthly Events
Want to make some comics? Join the Pittsburgh Comics Salon for one of its monthly meetings! The goal of the salon is to build solidarity among cartoonists and comics makers in the area while pushing the frontiers of comics. The Salon meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at the Lili Cafe, the 3rd Thursday of the month at the ToonSeum in downtown Pittsburgh, and the 3rd Saturday of the month at Biddle’s Escape. For more info on these events, go to the Pittsburgh Comics Salon’s website:
Spanish Conversation with the Pittsburgh Spanish Meetup Group
Where: Lawrenceville Branch, Carnegie Public Library, 279 Fisk Street, Pittsburgh
When: The 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month at 1 PM
The Pittsburgh Spanish Meetup Group sponsors free Spanish language conversation practice at the Lawrenceville branch of the Carnegie Library. Space is limited, so sign up in advance on our Meetup page at You can check also us out on Facebook. Hasta la vista, baby!
Support the East End Community Thrift Store
Where: 5123 Penn Avenue, Garfield, Pittsburgh
When: Open Tuesday – Friday: 10:00 – 4:00 pm, Saturday: 12:00 – 4:00 pm, Closed on Sundays and Mondays
The East End Community Thrift Store needs your support! Just one door down from the Thomas Merton Center, the Thrift Shore has clothing, furniture and household appliances. Donations, volunteers, and shoppers are all welcome! All profits from the store are donated to the Thomas Merton Center to help fund general operations. For more information, email or call 412-361-6010.
Book ‘Em: Pittsburgh’s Books to Prisoners Program
Where: Thomas Merton Center, 5129 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh
When: Every Sunday from 4 – 7 PM
Book ‘Em is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that sends free educational books and quality reading material to prisoners and prison libraries in Pennsylvania and across the country. We read letters from prisoners and select reading material to be sent to them. Next, we pack the books in paper then tape them up. Your help would be greatly appreciated. For more information, contact
Pittsburgh Improv Jam
Where: Cabaret at Theater Square, 655 Penn Avenue
When: Every Thursday at 10 PM
Improv comics from all over the ‘Burgh take the stage every Thursday night, performing unscripted scenes in this fast and frenetic improv jam. Each night features randomly generated teams and unpredictable comedy that you can watch or even sign up to perform.
Where: 4800 – 5500 Penn Avenue
When: The first Friday of each month
Each month the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative hosts Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn, a monthly cultural happening where various galleries in the Penn Avenue Arts District open their doors and showcase a variety of artwork and performances across a wide range of media. Guests will experience new art and meet an eclectic array of art makers both old and young, modern and classical, famous and amateur, emerging and veteran, all within walking distance of each other.
Pittsburgh Banjo Club
Where: Allegheny Elks Lodge #339
When: Every Wednesday at 8 PM
Stop by the Pittsburgh Banjo Club’s regular rehearsal every Wednesday at 8 PM and enjoy their wonderful music. Food and refreshments are available. Founded in 1988, the Pittsburgh Banjo Club is an all-volunteer band and organization that uses banjos, trumpets, tubas, and bass to perform popular music from the 1920s and 1930s.