The Duquesne Light African-American Leadership Awards are granted to outstanding individuals or groups who promote and contribute to the advancement of African Americans, are dedicated to the betterment of the community as a whole, and who pursue excellence in their field.


Just in time for Christmas: a story of true generosity and love. You'll meet a local man who has raised more than $100,000 for Children's Hospital's Free Care Fund, one shoe shine at a time. Now he's getting national recognition. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports.


There's only one neighborhood in Pittsburgh that could pull off a 24-hour arts marathon, and that's Lawrenceville. In its 11th year, "Art All Night" has become bigger, better and greener than ever.


Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's Shadyside section is one of only three Biblical botanical gardens in North America.Established in 1987, and it now displays more than 100 plants once grown in ancient Israel, including cedars, dates, figs, olives, and pomegranates. All are labeled with biblical verses. The garden also includes a waterfall, desert, and a representation of the Jordan River from the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea.


The exhibition is educational - but controversial. OnQ visits the Carnegie Science Center, where whole-body specimens give visitors a closer look at what's under their skin.


Tiffany stained glass windows, gargoyles and intricately carved wood work are among the features of Calvary United Methodist Church on Pittsburgh's North Side. OnQ's Michael Bartley takes you on a tour of this Victorian treasure.


You've seen Chris on OnQ and OffQ. He also hosts Black Horizons - the nation's longest-running public arfairs program for an African-American audience. He's an Emmy Award winning documentary producer. But a favorite gig for Chris Moore is mentor to the young people of Pittsburgh. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley profiles a WQED-TV "institution."


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This new exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland features dinosaur skeletal remains dramatically posed and remounted in settings similar to the time period in which they roamed.


It will mark a major change in the way we watch television. On February 17, 2009 television stations across the country will switch from broadcasting an analog signal to a digital signal. But what exactly does that mean?In this half-hour special, OnQ's Tonia Caruso takes a look at the digital television conversion.

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