We’re here for you…

The COVID-19 pandemic is difficult for all of us. We hope you’re in good health and have been coping as best you can during a period that has brought uncertainty, changes to our established patterns, and unpredictability. Among the impacts has been a feeling of isolation as we work remotely, care for school children, or comply with quarantine orders.

SLB has always nurtured and celebrated the power of human connections and we’re grateful that radio provides a way for us to do so, especially┬ánow. While our face-to-face programs, workshops, and live guests are on hold, we’ll be live on the air Saturdays with our usual blend of puzzles and music, and a few special guests by phone. We’ll also have lots of opportunities for you to join us on the radio at 412.200.5975 or 888.752.7234. No matter what happens, we’ll continue to do all we can to get your weekend off to a good start…just as we have since 1978.

April 25, 2020
9:00am Herbs in Action: Toby Liss, Sweetshrub
11:00am Crossing Fences: Wayne Jones
May 2, 2020
9:00am Herbs in Action: Rachel Reeb, Blue Violet
11:00am Crossing Fences: Duane Rentas


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Please share: The Saturday Light Brigade is having our first ever Car-A-Thon! Have a car, boat, or motorcycle you no longer need? Please consider donating it to SLB by visiting slbradio.careasy.org or calling 855.500.7433. Our partners will arrange for pickup from anywhere in the U.S. and handle the paperwork. Proceeds from their sale of the vehicle will be credited in your name as an SLB donation with a tax receipt issued for your use. This is a great way to get your old car to a new home while also supporting SLB. We've set a goal of ten vehicle donations by 10/1. Thanks! ...

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Youth Express

This week's Youth Express Podcast episode features Vega and Kennady, both 8th graders at Carlow Campus School and David E. Williams Middle School respectively, talking about ways to stay active during the pandemic, and Matthew, an 8th grader at Woodland Hills Intermediate School with tips and tricks for your next visit to Kennywood Park. Subscribe here:

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