Point Park Globe

Fuoco to join School of Communication

Written By Justin Platek

June 29, 2016


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When called to cover a mining accident, Michael Fuoco had no idea it would wind up being one of his greatest journalistic achievements.In "The Confessor," he detailed a detective's drive to nail a man who murdered an 11-year-old boy.While writing "A Soldier's Heart," he captured the stories of four so...

Cultural District features fi re, fi lm, Latin fl air in annual Gallery Crawl

Written By Silas Orteza

June 29, 2016


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 Point Park University students have never had a better opportunity to experience the artsthan the Cultural District's "Gallery Crawl," scheduled for Friday, Jan. 28th from 5:30 p.m. to9:00 p.m.  Presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Department of Education and CommunityEngagement, the Crawl no...

Future Tenant premieres performance exhibition ‘Trespass 2012’

Written By Adelyn Biedenbach

June 29, 2016


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Lasers, fog and black light merge into improvisational sound. Percussion music with household objects is created on the spot. And then there are puppets.            Each of these artistic expressions combine to create Future Tenant Art Gallery's three part performance residency entitled Tr...

Cultural District preps for Gallery Crawl, festival launch

Written By Liz Furrer

June 29, 2016


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This Friday night, four parked cars morphed into tiki bars, demolition cars and bedazzled auto canvasses will call Eighth Street and Penn Avenue home.With initial popularity in the Southern United States, these artists aim to increase mobile art interest in the Northeast, debuting at Pittsburgh’s qu...

Ghosts haunt Downtown pizza place

Written By Jane McAnallen

June 29, 2016


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 Frank Wazni does not believe in ghosts, but he certainly respects them.Wazni, an employee at Downtown’s Papa J’s for more than 18 years, was first employed after his predecessor quit in a rage, throwing his apron down and swearing he would never return after seeing “her” again.Who was this my...

Dancers kick into high gear for Rockettes audition

Written By Alexandra Zegar

June 29, 2016


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Every year, hundreds of girls from across the country audition for a spot in one of the most famous dance companies in the United States, the Radio City Rockettes.  This year, several Point Park girls will have a chance to add their gams to the prestigious kickline when they attend the company’s Ne...

Go Pretzel brings new twist to town

Written By Nicole Chynoweth

June 29, 2016


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Food service-savvy couple Rob and Genalle Day look for business trends in big cities to get ideas for future endeavors."We visit different retail stores in different cities to get inspired," Rob, 32, said. "We go to New York City, Philadelphia and D.C., and we figure out what Pittsburgh does not have so...

Dancers prepare for Byham show

Written By Alexandra Zegar

June 29, 2016


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From April 19 to 21, Point Park University dance students will take the stage at the Byham Theater as part of the dance department’s annual spring performance. The concert will feature several diverse works, including “Heretic” by Martha Graham, “Sky” by Kevin Iega Jeff, “Bow Out” by Va...

Graduate blends love of travel, photography in Grand Canyon

Written By Sarah Cunningham

June 29, 2016


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Imagine having college classes outside with the sun shining, surrounded by natural earth tones and breathtaking views.  Madeline McKain spent her final semester with Point Park in the Grand Canyon living this scene.With the help of journalism professor and Director of the Honors Program, Helen Fallon, Mc...

DIY, inexpensive gift ideas for the holiday season

Written By Denise Tristan and Cayla Dameron

June 29, 2016


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The holidays are fast approaching, and it may be hard for college students to get their loved ones gifts this season.Students often find themselves without money or at least low on funds during the holiday season which means looking for alternatives to expensive gift giving such as homemade, do-it-yourself (D...

Downtown eateries dance after sunset

Written By Nikki Williams

June 29, 2016


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When Nicolette Pawlowski moved from Chicago to Pittsburgh, the first thing on her mind was not where she could shop or the best places to eat; it was where she was going to salsa."About two and a half years ago, a friend of mine took me … to a salsa dancing club and I thought,  ‘Let's just check it...

Campus restaurant keeps prices low

Written By Akasha Brandt

June 29, 2016


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Tucked away in Village Park between the waterfall and the Boulevard Apartments, Osteria 100 offers a casual, fine dining experience on a budget. Point Park University welcomed the eatery, which is the sister restaurant of Osteria 2350 in the Strip District, onto campus this summer as an alternative di...