Fisher’s Files: Quaker Valley coach in favor of new wrestling rules , Trib HSSN
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Fisher’s Files: Quaker Valley coach in favor of new wrestling rules , Trib HSSN
The National Federation of State High School Associations has made new rule changes for wrestling in the offseason.
Sewickley Academy’s Libby Eannarino surpasses 200-goal milestone , Trib HSSN
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Sewickley Academy’s Libby Eannarino surpasses 200-goal milestone , Trib HSSN
Sewickley Academy senior midfielder Libby Eannarino needed three scores at home against Quaker Valley on May 7 to reach 200 career goals in girls lacrosse.
Quaker Valley track shows depth with large crop of WPIAL qualifiers , Trib HSSN
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Quaker Valley track shows depth with large crop of WPIAL qualifiers , Trib HSSN
As the reigning WPIAL Class 2A team champion, the Quaker Valley track and field program was well-represented at the WPIAL individual championships.
4 Ways Professional Tree Services Can Enhance Your Property's Value
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4 Ways Professional Tree Services Can Enhance Your Property's Value
When it comes to enhancing the value of your property, many homeowners overlook the significant role that professional tree services play. From increasing curb appeal to boosting the property's saf...
High school scores, summaries and schedules for May 17, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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High school scores, summaries and schedules for May 17, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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Acclaimed Vintage Rom-com Pillow Talk, with Rock Hudson and Doris Day, Screens at The Lindsay Theater June 11
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Acclaimed Vintage Rom-com Pillow Talk, with Rock Hudson and Doris Day, Screens at The Lindsay Theater June 11
Spicy 1950s rom-com Pillow Talk, starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson, will screen Tuesday, June 11, at 7:30 p.m. at The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center, in partnership with the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club. Day stars as Jan, an interior decorator, with Hudson as Brad, a composer and playboy, who share a telephone party line and a mutual dislike"until Brad sees Jan in person and hatches a plan to win her heart. The film was nominated for five Oscars and won the Academy Award for Best Screenplay. "Pillow Talk is a funny, heartwarming film that harkens back to the premise of the original screwball comedies, specifically a hilarious battle of the sexes," says Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club president Wendy Whittick, who will introduce the picture. "This film revitalized the careers of Hudson and Day, recasting him as a comic actor and giving her a sexier image. It was such a success that they were paired in two subsequent films." The film topped the U.S. box office for seven consecutive weeks, and grossed nearly $19 million, then considered a huge amount. It was named to the Library of Congress' National Film Registry in 2009, recognized for its cultural, historic and aesthetic significance. Pillow Talk is "one of the most lively and up-to-date comedy-romances of the year," said The New York Times in its original 1959 review. "It is really the clever witty screenplay that accounts for much of the sparkle in this film. With a CinemaScope screen to play on, (the screenwriters) and director Michael Gordon have much fun. And that fun is transmitted to the audience in an easy and generous flow of ingeniously graphic situations and nimble repartee." Tickets are on sale now! The Lindsay is an independent, film-driven nonprofit located at 418 Walnut St. in Sewickley.
5 Key Life Skills Your Child Can Gain from Martial Arts Training
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5 Key Life Skills Your Child Can Gain from Martial Arts Training
Martial arts training goes beyond physical fitness; it is a pathway to building character and instilling life-long values in children. Students learn not just karate, but also gain skills that serv...
Sweat for a Cause: Memorial Day Bootcamp to Raise Funds for Nonprofit
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Sweat for a Cause: Memorial Day Bootcamp to Raise Funds for Nonprofit
Memorial Day marks a time of remembrance, a moment to honor those who sacrificed for our nation in more ways than one. This year amidst the solemnity of the occasion, Pittsburgh fitness experts SHAPE Training and SweatNET are coming together in a spirit of unity and philanthropy, blending fitness with charity to once again hold their annual mega Memorial Day Bootcamp! In collaboration with these local fitness enthusiasts is beneficiary, Clear Thoughts Foundation (CTF), aiming to raise the necessary funds to support the continuation of their breakthrough dementia research in Pittsburgh. What will participants experience? This Memorial Day bootcamp will be held in Pittsburgh, PA at the beautiful Strip District Terminal starting at 10:00am on Monday, May 27, 2024. Led by expert trainers from both SHAPE Training and SweatNET, this bootcamp is tailored to suit all fitness levels, ranging from seasoned athletes to beginners and even children! Bring the whole family and experience a high demand, high reward 60-min bootcamp styled class that offers something for everyone. Following the bootcamp portion, participants will then be led through a 15-min yoga cool down. Class cost is $20 per participant and will allow access to provided water, snacks, and exciting raffle baskets in addition to the workout. A mission you will want to sweat for... Beyond the sweat, exertion, and homage, the true essence of this bootcamp lay in its charitable mission. All proceeds generated from participant registrations, donations, and sold raffle tickets will be utilized to support the continued efforts of Pittsburgh based nonprofit, Clear Thoughts Foundation (CTF). CTF is dedicated to seeing a world free of dementia and has been working to fufill their mission since 2010 of funding breakthrough drugs and novel treatments to eliminate dementia. They have been a becon of hope and light for families with loved ones battling dementia, especially during the month of May as they champion their annual Dementia Awareness Month - a month long community initiative to spread dementia education, research awareness, and hope that one day we will all live in a world free of dementia. Experience the power and fulfillment of coming together for a common cause! Don't miss attending this event in the spirit of unity and altruism on Memorial Day. There will be sweat, determination, homage, and generosity, as the community comes together to remember our fallen while working to uplift those in need. More information and ticket purchases can be made at clearthoughtsfoundation.org... see you there!
Fellowship: Basketball tournament, spaghetti dinner and more at Sewickley area houses of worship
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Fellowship: Basketball tournament, spaghetti dinner and more at Sewickley area houses of worship
Antioch Baptist Church 332 Elizabeth St., Sewickley. 412-741-7688. antiochfw baptistsewickley.org. Antioch Baptist Church will be hosting its second annual 3 vs. 3 basketball tournament on May 18 at noon at Quaker Valley High School. All are welcome. The tournament is for children, men and women ages 8–11, 12–14, 15–17 and
How to Choose the Right Martial Arts Program for Your Child
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How to Choose the Right Martial Arts Program for Your Child
Choosing the right martial arts program for your child is a decisive step in fostering their physical, mental, and emotional development. Martial arts, as a comprehensive discipline, goes beyond ph...
May Mart in Sewickley brings garden clubs, communities together
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May Mart in Sewickley brings garden clubs, communities together
Flowers, fun and fellowship were in full bloom at the annual Sewickley Civic Garden Council's May Mart. A few hundred of people packed Broad Street, from Thorn to Beaver streets, for the vegetation celebration in Sewickley on May 11. The event could not have worked out better for the flora
High school scores, summaries and schedules for May 15, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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Ladies Tea on May 18 at the Bradford House Museum
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Ladies Tea on May 18 at the Bradford House Museum
Join us for an enchanting afternoon at the Bradford House Historical Association Museum, as we celebrate a time-honored tradition with our annual Ladies Tea event on May 18. This special gathering ...
After rain halts WPIAL meet, Butler’s Drew Griffith doesn’t mind waiting to make more history | Trib HSSN
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After rain halts WPIAL meet, Butler’s Drew Griffith doesn’t mind waiting to make more history | Trib HSSN
Butler’s Drew Griffith ran the 1,600 meters in record time at the WPIAL track and field championships and then waited around for hours as it rained off and on.

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