He's a movie director who never runs out of "patients." That's because Ravi Godse is also a doctor at Shadyside Hospital. The native of India has produced three films in Pittsburgh. His most recent production, "If It Ain't Broke, Break It," opens March 26, 2010 at the Regent Square Theatre. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley has the story of the Remarkable Dr. Ravi.


Schenley High School's popular English teacher and director of school musicals died April 16, 2008. This OnQ feature was produced when Babusci retired after a meritous career, and is being repeated in memory of "Mr. B."


As OnQ continues its special series on the health of senior citizens, Tonia Caruso profiles a unique program called AgeWell. It includes a hotline and a one-stop resource center that helps seniors to live independently, and benefits their families, too.


This exhibit at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland chronicles the epic struggle of enslaved Africans who fought for their freedom in the Civil War. OnQ's Chris Moore reports.


One of Pennsylvania's great places of worship is celebrating its 100-year anniversary. Tonight, On Q's Managing Editor, Michael Bartley, takes you on a tour of Saint Vincent Basilica in Latrobe, Westmoreland County.


OnQ's Chris Moore goes Gator hunting in "The Swamp". What's the swamp you ask? It's the home field of the Allegheny County Midget Football League's team, the Garfield Gators.


OnQ contributor Carol Lee Espy explores the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany, whose creations range from glassware and paintings to beautiful stained glass windows and lamps.


What's new in pet health care? OnQ contributor Beth Dolinar visits the Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center in Ohio Township, where "high tech" vets are saving lives and offering pet owners the latest in animal care.


Mr. Weinert is a World War II veteran who saw action from right after D-Day to the end of the war in the European Theatre of Operations.


They answered the call to join the military after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. OnQ's Chris Moore profiles several local women who served their country.

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