The Indian Cultural Association of Pittsburgh was the first Asian Indian school in the Pittsburgh region to educate Indian students about their rich heritage and cultural values. Class meets in the North Hills on Sunday with entire families participating in prayers, language and culture.


She was a mother, community activist and advocate for troubled children and their parents. But at age 58, Judith Neely's life was cut short by a fatal car accident at Beaver Valley Mall in December 2007. OnQ shows how the life, dreams and hopes of this Aliquippa native affected so many.


Cancer specialists call it a rare event. Doctors in Pittsburgh have never seen it until now. Two biological sisters struck with the same form of childhood cancer.


There hasn't been a Republican mayor in the City of Pittsburgh in 70 years. So who is Mark DeSantis and what makes him think he can win this time? OnQ's Tonia Caruso talks with the candidate as he unveils his plans for Pittsburgh.


A field of dreams has become a reality for thousands of families in Western Pennsylvania at a brand new sports complex in Cranberry Township that includes a baseball stadium designed for children with special needs. There are nearly 100,000 children in the Pittsburgh region identified as having special needs. This sparkling new baseball field will allow these children to play America's favorite pastime without boundaries. OnQ contributor Mike Clark attended the emotional opening day festivities, as many children stepped up to the plate for the first time.


The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is back for an open house at WQED. OnQ takes viewers behind the scenes as the set was rebuilt for a public showing.


It's not only the setting for the 2007 U.S. Open Championship, this legendary property has a rich history in the Pittsburgh region. OnQ contributor Mike Lee goes into the club house to find rarely-seen photos and film.


The gang discusses quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's investigation and pictures with police, the Jordan Brown murder trial and concerns over flooding in the Pittsburgh area.


Dental coverage is even tougher to come by than medical insurance. In a studio discussion, OnQ host Chris Moore welcomes guests; Dr. Richard Klich, Christina Wilds, Dr. Bruce Dixon, and Mary Hartley to discuss dental insurance opportunities and challenges, as well as, help for the uninsured.


This international event reclaims parking spaces and turns them into parks and people-friendly gathering spaces one day a year. OnQ reports on Pittsburgh's version of PARK(ing) Day, which took place in September 2009.

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