Since we do not usually get a look into our teachers’ personal lives, many students may wonder, what exactly do they eat? I asked social studies teacher Sonia Henze some questions to find out about her culinary life.
Summer is here and many students are looking forward to getting something to cool them down after school. While ice cream is the traditional option, frozen yogurt stores have been popping up all over Pittsburgh.
Pamela’s Diner, an iconic Squirrel Hill restaurant, plans to open its new location on June 7 at 1171 Murray Avenue, the former site of Panera Bread.
Summertime foods may be mouthwatering and delicious, but healthy? Not so much. Here are some foods that will make eating right this summer a (healthier) piece of cake.
French and Spanish teacher David Ghogomu shares with us his favorite ethnic dishes and how he has adapted his cooking style to accommodate Western foods, too.
Soba, the Pan-Asian restaurant on Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside, presents classic and not so classic dishes in a whimsical and appealing manner.
Summer is fast approaching and without any members of the administration to tell you that your outfit is unacceptable, what are the ladies of Allderdice to do with all this fashion freedom?
Nike, recognized on a global scale by its signature Swoosh, has recently hit the halls of Dice harder than ever.
When Brian Brick was a teenager, he had no idea his graffiti skills would one day propel him to the top of the Pittsburgh style and music scene.
Bowen Schmitt is one of the most recognizable people at Allderdice, and it’s not just because he is a towering 6’4’’.