The outside of Empire Music on Washington Road

November 28, 2022

A musical legacy

Empire Music celebrates 20 years on Washington Road.

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Peter Hatgelakas holds his 4-year-old Bichon Frise Bella, while sitting in front of his artwork on the walls behind him.

November 28, 2022

Painting big

A lifetime of painting.

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Toy collection.

November 28, 2022

Above & Beyond

Help make someone’s holiday season bright.

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Anita Radin sketches out an image of a biker

November 28, 2022

Jack of all trades

Painting kitchens. Wall art. Murals. She does it all.

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A closeup of Tim May's Purple Heart

October 26, 2022

Remembering the sacrifice

Mt. Lebanon veteran featured in “Remember the Sacrifice” video in NFL stadiums.

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Mt. Lebanon School District logo

October 26, 2022

Mt. Lebanon Great Alumni, Class of 2022

Mt. Lebanon High School grads recognized for their achievements.

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Mt. Lebanon High School senior Lexi Byrom, 18, (from left), Asta Kills, president of Lebo Pride, Valerie Fleisher, vice-president of the Mt. Lebanon School Board, and Dr. Timothy J. Steinhauer, superintendent of the Mt. Lebanon School District gather around a "Bracken's Brown Beauty Leaf Magnolia" during the Lebo Pride inaugural event-- a tree planting ceremony in front of Mellon Middle School, Thursday, September 29, 2022. Lebo Pride is a grassroots organization bringing queer and gender diverse education and visibility to the Mt. Lebanon community.

October 26, 2022

Lebo Pride plants a tree at Mellon

Showcasing pride in the community.

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Jen Beer poses for a photo in front of the Pittsburgh skyline

October 26, 2022

Making new leaders

Leadership Pittsburgh CEO Jenn Beer shares her story.

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Niche 2023 Best Schools graphic

October 26, 2022

Above & Beyond

Awards and recognitions for Mt. Lebanon residents.

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A man hangs a flat on the 9/11 Flight 93 memorial in Shanksville.

October 11, 2022

Shanksville then and now

Lebo resident Cathy Kaplan returns to Shanksville to remember.

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