Luke Krzyzanowski

Class of 2008


  • Three distinct pieces of music create grand evening

    Entering the cacophonous hall during tuning and loosening of fingers and lungs, one is struck by the activity and excitement on stage. The audience looks distinguished; that is to say, there was a lot of gray hair. So began the night at Heinz Hall, featuring the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra concert entitled Composing with Words.

    Pillbox | October 26, 2009
  • Earth Day happened — did you care?

    Although one shouldn’t expect the Carnegie Mellon website to have Google-esque illustrations for each holiday, the home page included only one reference to Earth Day (which was Sunday, April 22), in the form of a School of Design poster competition. Its mention also was absent during Carnival.

    Pillbox | April 23, 2007
  • Beer in the ’Burgh

    Carnival is coming, and what could be more relaxing than a cold one at a local bar? Below are some suggested locations for your drinking pleasure. (And, if you’re under 21, there should be soda fountains as well!)

    Fuel and Fuddle

    Pillbox | April 16, 2007
  • For Colored Girls is uplifting, for any audience

    Point Park University’s Conservatory Theatre Company is performing For Colored Girls Who have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf. Playing at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, the show runs through Sunday.

    Pillbox | April 16, 2007
  • Stephen Lynch

    In the spirit of Easter, Pittsburgh is welcoming a musician whose parents were formerly a priest and nun. Although such an artist may seem like a saint-turned-entertainer, once Stephen Lynch opens his mouth to sing over his melodic strumming, it’s easy to see the devil within.

    Pillbox | April 9, 2007