Pittsburgh has often been named the nation's most livable city, but how many people actually consider living downtown? Downtown Pittsburgh is in the midst of another major transformation and for the first time ever housing is a key part of the plans. WQED's Tonia Caruso explores this growing real estate trend, introduces people who live Downtown and shows the places they call home. From the practical to the posh, you might be surprised at what's available and what it means to the future of Pittsburgh.
Downtown Living aired on Oct 08, 2012.
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It's the second-largest city neighborhood in Pittsburgh, but many people would be hard-pressed to find it on a map.However, those who live in Brookline call it the city's best-kept secret. WQED's Tonia Caruso documents the fascinating history of Brookline, and showcases the unique people, places and traditions.
Original airdate: Nov 15, 2010
Once the victim of an online predator, Alicia Kozakiewicz now takes her harrowing experience into Pittsburgh classrooms with an educational presentation that helps raise awareness and protect children. Alicia's message to students and parents is now being heard nationwide. This Emmy-winning documentary is from the team of writer/producer David Solomon and videographer/editor Paul Ruggieri.
Original airdate: May 31, 2007
WQED follows a group of Western Pennsylvanians who journeyed to the sites of America's Civil Rights struggle. The Return to the Roots of Civil Rights Bus Tour covered nearly 2,600 miles, traveling from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania to cities throughout the deep south. Participants, who ranged in age from 15 to 75, explored historic locations and met some of the foot soldiers who helped abolish segregation.
Original airdate: Oct 18, 2006