It's the 28th year for the 3 Rivers Film Festival, running November 6-21, 2009 at all three Pittsburgh Filmmakers theaters. OnQ contributor Minette Seate gives OnQ viewers a preview of what they'll see.
OnQ profiles Artists Image Resource, a Pittsburgh company that provides printing tools and imaging resources to professional artists and educators for the creation and production of fine art printwork.
Subhankar Banerjee's beautiful exhibit, Terra Incognita: Photographs of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, was on display at the Michael Berger Art Gallery in Point Breeze. OnQ contributor Mike Lee reports on the exhibit and talks with Banerjee.
OnQ will get a sneak peek at the new WQED documentary, “Bedford Springs: Opening History’s Door" - which explores the history of the 200-year-old resort and its complete restoration.
OnQ had the opportunity to sit down with Senator Bob Casey for an one-on-one interview.
The "Vixens of the Valley" are 12 senior citizens from Monongahela, PA who made news all over the world after posing for a racy calendar to raise money for their hometown's historical society. This report won an Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment Feature.
Michael Bartley has the story of legendary and beloved broadcaster Bill Cardille. “Chilly Billy” celebrates 50 years in broadcasting and looks back at his rare and celebrated career in Pittsburgh.
Ms. Cribbins is a World War II Veteran who was a “Rosie the Riveter" for the Dravo Corp.
Diabetes is not only being called a modern-day epidemic, but the disease which could bankrupt our healthcare system. With the Pittsburgh medical community at the forefront of diabetes prevention and treatment, OnQ not only examines the problems associated with Type Two Diabetes in both adults and children, but also offers advice, solutions and prevention success stories.
His father is one of Pittsburgh's favorite sons, but Franco Dok Harris is now in the spotlight and hoping for a victory of his own. OnQ's Tonia Caruso sits down with the independent candidate for mayor. Find out why Harris wants the city's top job and what his plans are for Pittsburgh.