We've talked about what consumers, providers and businesses can do to lower the cost of healthcare. Tonight, we look at the role of government. Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell sits down with Tonia Caruso to discuss his "Prescription for Pennsylvania."


OnQ viewers get a preview of the upcoming Filmmakers Corner, WQED's new program with host Minette Seate screening local, independent and student film and video. Videographer/producer Ralph Vittucio screens his "In Service: Iraq to Pittsburgh," an intense documentary featuring words and images of troops from Southwestern Pennsylvania during their service in Iraq.


Several days before the VIP and media tour, Michael Bartley gives On Q viewers the exclusive access to the new Fred Rogers Center on the campus of St. Vincent College in Latrobe.


OnQ's Michael Bartley reports on Pittsburgh's efforts to keep order on city streets during the Pittsburgh G20 Summit. (From 9-24-09)


In honor of Pittsburgh's 250th Anniversary, Pittsburgh Glass Center celebrates the city's industrial roots with an exhibit featuring glass and steel. "Glass & Steel: Art Transcends Industry" features works ranging from jewelry to sculpture created by artists from Western Pennsylvania.


A town hall-style meeting to develop recommendations for the future of transportation in Pittsburgh and in Pennsylvania.


Many Americans have health insurance through their employers. But employment is no longer a guarantee of health insurance coverage. Now what do you do? OnQ will show you the ABCs of buying your own individual health insurance.


The relationship between humans and horses has endured for tens of thousands of years. Now the evolving role of the horse is the subject of an exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland. OnQ's Tonia Caruso explores the complexities of horses and shows how this creature has influenced and changed our civilization.


Dave & Dave travel to Butler County to check out an amazingly detailed miniature circus created by a World War II veteran.


The Kiski School for boys in Saltsburg, Indiana County is now home to a unique collection of art worth thousands of dollars, donated by alumnus actor David Conrad.

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