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."
Kim Bellard, Highmark's VP of eMarketing & Customer Relationship Management
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.
An in-depth profile of Father Regis Ryan, executive director of Focus on Renewal, about his agencies services for the homeless and the working poor, and his mission to improve the lives of residents and economic status of McKees Rocks.
State budget cuts forced it to close for eight months before operations were taken over by the Heinz History Center in the Strip District. Today, the newly re-opened Fort Pitt Museum has a cleaner, fresher look with life-like figures and recently added artifacts.
OnQ hosts a town hall meeting on the Pittsburgh G20 Summit, with international business and economic leaders discussing how Pittsburgh contributes to the global economy. (From 9-24-09)
She is a shining star when it comes to volunteering but that's not the only thing that makes her unique. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces us to 95 year old Ginny Kortz. Find out why she's one of our Pittsburgh People Changing Lives.