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In brief: Bethel Park happenings, week of Feb. 26. 2024
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In brief: Bethel Park happenings, week of Feb. 26. 2024
Metal drive at George Washington George Washington Elementary School's Fourth-Grade Green Team will hold its second annual metal Drive from 9 a.m. to noon March 23 in the school's front parking lot. The Green Team is again partnering with Michael Brothers and Verichek Technical Services to help keep metal out
High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 24, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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High school roundup for Feb. 24, 2024: Imani Christian wins WPIAL finals rematch with Union | Trib HSSN
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High school roundup for Feb. 24, 2024: Imani Christian wins WPIAL finals rematch with Union | Trib HSSN
RJ Sledge hit five 3-pointers and scored 28 points as top-seeded Imani Christian won a rematch of last year’s WPIAL championship game, defeating No. 5 Union, 101-67, in the Class A boys basketball semifinals Saturday at Montour.
Bethel Park real estate transactions, week of Feb. 25, 2024
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Bethel Park real estate transactions, week of Feb. 25, 2024
Bethel Park Christopher Whitehead sold property at 4468-4470 Third St. to Stanwich Mortgage Loan Tr for $75,000. Rebecca Brizzi sold property at 6200 Brush Run Road to Anton Knaus for $429,000. Toomey Hancock LLC sold property at 110 Horning Road to Modern Legacy LLC for $225,000. Adam Rousseau sold property
Bethel Park junior swimmer sweeps her way into WPIAL meet , Trib HSSN
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Bethel Park junior Cally Edner made a big splash in the pool again this year.
Late-season surge has Bethel Park girls excited about program’s future , Trib HSSN
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Late-season surge has Bethel Park girls excited about program’s future , Trib HSSN
Bethel Park’s girls basketball team ended its season in a most positive way — with six consecutive victories.
Bethel Park hockey battling hard at end of regular season , Trib HSSN
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Bethel Park hockey battling hard at end of regular season , Trib HSSN
The Bethel Park hockey team found itself in a battle for a PIHL Class 3A playoff spot coming down the stretch in the regular season.
Shaler pulls out low-scoring win over Bethel Park with 1 basket in 4th quarter , Trib HSSN
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Shaler pulls out low-scoring win over Bethel Park with 1 basket in 4th quarter , Trib HSSN
The numbers on the scoreboard sure seemed to be stuck.
Pittsburgh-Filmed UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold Launches National Distribution; Tickets on Sale for Screenings at The Lindsay April 11-18
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Pittsburgh-Filmed UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold Launches National Distribution; Tickets on Sale for Screenings at The Lindsay April 11-18
UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold, the Pittsburgh-made, never-before-told story of the investigation into the Titanic sinking, begins national distribution in April"coinciding with the 112th anniversary of the tragedy"and will open locally Thursday, April 11, exclusively at The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center in Sewickley. A true-life account of political interference, greed, conspiracy and a desperate search for the truth, UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold follows Sen. William Alden Smith and investigative journalist Alaine Ricard as they delve into the tragedy of Titanic and pursued accountability, woven with heart-wrenching flashbacks of the historic maritime disaster. Shot entirely in Pittsburgh, the exhilarating true-life account stars Cotter Smith (Mindhunter, X-2), Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Fiona Dourif (The Blacklist), Jayne Wisener (Jane Eyre), and many Pittsburgh-based actors. The film is based on Titanic to All Ships, a play written by Beaver County author Eileen Enwright Hodgetts. Locations appearing in the film include the wave pool at Settler's Cabin county park, the Grand Concourse restaurant and the Omni William Penn Hotel. The April 11 screening will also include a Q&A with director Cody Hartman, producer Brian Hartman (Cody's father), star Smith, and possible additional guests from the film's production team. Tickets are on sale for the premiere and all shows in the film's April 11-18 run. "We are very much looking forward to the theatrical release of a film that was completely shot and produced in our region. UNSINKABLE supported the local economy and boosted the region's position in the cultural landscape," said Carolina Thor, CEO of The Lindsay. "We encourage a strong show of appreciation, not just at The Lindsay, but everywhere this film is screening. The Lindsay strives to strengthen the film industry through our work with local and emerging filmmakers. Very few screenings are more exciting than the ones where filmmakers, crew, family and friends are present." Director Hartman told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that The Lindsay was an ideal venue for the film, calling it "a first-class theater that has shown unwavering support for independent film and the community in general." In addition to The Lindsay, UNSINKABLE will also screen in Belfast, London and Southampton, UK; New York City and Knoxville, Tenn., home of the Titanic Museum Attraction, before going into wider national release.
Andy Warhol honored by Slovakia on anniversary of his death
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Andy Warhol honored by Slovakia on anniversary of his death
On this date 37 years ago, the world lost its king of pop art. Pittsburgh native Andy Warhol died suddenly of complications after a routine gallbladder surgery Feb. 22, 1987, in New York. He was 58. The world knew him as pop artist Andy Warhol. But to his nephew Donald
Kung Fu Panda 4: A Sensory Friendly Screening at The Lindsay Theater on March 9
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Kung Fu Panda 4: A Sensory Friendly Screening at The Lindsay Theater on March 9
A sensory friendly screening of Kung Fu Panda 4 will show at The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center on Saturday, March 9, at 10:30 a.m. All tickets will be discounted to $8.75 for the latest installment of this beloved animated series about the bear whose love of kung fu is matched only by his love for food. The 1 hour, 34 minute film features the voices of Jack Black and Awkwafina. Sensory friendly screenings are geared to families and individuals who are impacted by autism or other special needs, and enables the entire family to participate in the cinematic experience. No trailers are shown to reduce "sit time," dim house lights remain on throughout the screening and volume is lowered. Doors exiting the screening room remain open, allowing guests to easily walk into the lobby if they wish. The Lindsay, which pioneered sensory friendly screenings northwest of Pittsburgh in 2017, schedules these showings to be the only events in the Theater and provides adequate staffing to create an enjoyable, low stress atmosphere for all attending. Tickets are available online and at the door. These screenings at The Lindsay, a nonprofit organization at 418 Walnut St., Sewickley, PA, are intended to offer inclusive options to people living in suburban and rural areas, and have attracted guests from across the tri-state. Parking in a metered municipal lot adjacent to the Theater is the easiest drop-off point for those with mobility challenges. Parking on the streets surrounding the Theater have ramp access to the cinema.
Bethel Park beats buzzer, gets past South Fayette in Class 5A slugfest | Trib HSSN
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Bethel Park beats buzzer, gets past South Fayette in Class 5A slugfest | Trib HSSN
Bethel Park relied on various defenses Monday night to slow down a South Fayette team that had been averaging nearly 60 points per game this season.
Bethel Park appoints new police chief
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Bethel Park appoints new police chief
Bethel Park's new police chief is a 23-year veteran of the department. Following his unanimous approval by municipal council on Feb. 12, Dave Arnold was sworn in by District Judge Ron Arnoni. In leading the department, Arnold succeeds the late Timothy O'Connor, who served as chief from 2015 until his