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Congratulations Luminaries Gina and Beth

by Pilar Brown, LUMOS! Editor and Graphic Designer Luminari‘s strength and longevity can be directly attributed to the collection of people, experts in their professions, who have shared their time, creativity and talent to help our organization grow and flourish.

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Back seat driving

by Beth Dolinar, Contributing Writer We’ve reached a point where back seat drivers are moving out of the back seat. Maybe they should never have been called back seat drivers to begin with. For most of us, the nagging about

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What’s That Sound? The Lur

by Beth Dolinar, Luminari Coordinator, Speak & Tell! Director In each issue of LUMOS!, we offer a regular series about the unique and unusual (and sometimes downright strange) instruments we’ve never heard. And since we can’t really understand an instrument

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Change Maker Q&A: Rick Sebak

by Beth Dolinar, Luminari Coordinator and Speak & Tell! Director It would be difficult to think about public television in Pittsburgh—or about Kennywood, hot dogs, pies or Pittsburgh history—without picturing Rick Sebak. For going on 30 years, Sebak has been

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What’s That Sound? The Mbira

by Beth Dolinar, Luminari Coordinator, Speak & Tell! Director In each issue of LUMOS!, we offer a regular series about the unique and unusual (and sometimes downright strange) instruments we’ve never heard. And since we can’t really understand an instrument

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Change Makers Q & A: Angelica Ocampo

by Beth Dolinar, Luminari Coordinator, Speak & Tell! Director In my role as Coordinator for Luminari, I meet some fascinating people who are doing important things for the Pittsburgh region. For each issue of LUMOS!, I will feature a Q &

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