In this new episode of Pittsburgh 360, learn about the latest Pittsburgh fashions, meet some volunteers who carefor rabbits and join the fun of an up and coming sport that combines bicycles and the traditional sport of polo.
Original airdate: May 26, 2011
In this episode, contributor Dave Crawley highlights an art auction that benefits the Persad Center. Viewers will alsomeet Naithen McMillen, a deaf goalie who doesn't let anything get in his way, including the puck. Finally, tag along as DaveCrawly travels to Ridgway, the home of a noisy but popular chainsaw festival.
Original airdate: Apr 21, 2011
Pittsburgh 360 has partnered with Highmark to bring viewers a special report about healthy initiatives at Gateway Middle School.Also featured in this episode is a special class at the CLO Academy for students with Autism and a new Carnegie Museum of Art program that allows patients with Alzheimers and other forms of dementia to enjoy the beauty and expression of art.
Original airdate: Mar 24, 2011
In this episode, Pittsburgh 360 takes a look at the Shelton Trade Center, a school that is teaching the masonry trade and building skills for both the workforce and life. Also, contributor Dave Crawley visits the Western Pennsylvania Cat Fanciers show in Canonsburg and viewers will see their favorite stories featured in a look back at some of the best stories featured on Pittsburgh 360.
Original airdate: Mar 10, 2011
In this episode, contributor Dave Crawley introduces viewers to a local veternarian, Dr. Mike Hutchinson, who treats ailing pets withtheir own stem cells. Also, Tonia Caruso reports on a new initiative called the Power of 32, which is designed to get the region's four states and 32 counties working together for economic growth. Also, Chris Fennimore profiles two local chefs, husband and wife, who work together in the same restaurant.
Original airdate: Mar 03, 2011
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso takes viewers on a tour of one of the city's newest developments, Bakery Square in the East End. ThenMichael Bartley showsviewser what it's like to work in the Pittsburgh offices of Google.Also,see how three local coffee shops are creating a sense of community on Pittsburgh's North Side.
Original airdate: Feb 24, 2011
In this episode, Tonia Caruso visitsThe Captain Thomas Espy Post in Carnegie, which was a meeting place for Civil War union soldiers.This time capsule and American treasure tucked away on the top floor of the Carnegie Library and Music Hall has been painstakingly restored and now re-opened. Also, Michael Bartley has the story of a local Eagle Scout whose community service project involved the saving, cleaning, and donating of all of the hats tossed on the ice when there is a hat trick at Pittsburgh Penguins hockey games.
Original airdate: Feb 10, 2011
In this episode, Michael Bartley sits down with Dr. Linda Lane, the new superintendent of Pittsburgh Public schools to learn her priorities and visions for the district. Also, viewers meet local jazz musician Lou Schreiber. Blind since birth, this 63 year old Bellevue musical genius has played with some of the greatest musicians who've ever lived. Also, in another installment of his "Behind the Line" series, Chris Fennimore profiles Kevin Sousa, owner of the newly opened and critically acclaimed Salt of the Earth restaurant in Garfield.
Original airdate: Feb 03, 2011
In this episode, Tonia Caruso visits 5 Generations Bakers which has revived the Jenny Lee label known so well in Western Pennsylvania for decades. Also, contributor Beth Dolinar visits the Laughlin Children's Center in Sewickley, PA to learn about their work with children across Western Pennsylvania. Finally, contributor Doug Oster takes viewers to a local school district where the students get a first hand lesson in composting at the school's cafeteria.
Original airdate: Jan 27, 2011
In this episode, Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a local teen who turned to weight loss surgery to shed 140 pounds and change his life. Also, viewers will meet a local metalsmith who is making jewelry inspired by the local dialect known as "Pittsburghese." Plus, the story of two Carnegie Mellon alumni who started Bossa Nova Robotics where they combine their love of music and science to produce amazing robotic toys.
Original airdate: Jan 13, 2011