Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Archbishop Desmond Tutu visited Pittsburgh for three days, and while in town he sat with OnQ’s Michael Bartley to share his vision of peace and tolerance in Pittsburgh and around the world


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These 80 acres in Upper St. Clair and South Fayette have seen their share of human use and abuse. But Wingfield Pines is now home to abundant wildlife, trails, and most importantly a natural filtering system that is helping restore Chartiers Creek. OnQ shows how this Allegheny Land Trust project is transforming ugly orange mine discharge into pristine water, giving new life to a local water shed.


OnQ's guest is Judith Black, M.D., Medical Director for Senior Markets at Highmark. Dr. Black discusses how seniors can not only take preventive measures to safeguard their health, but can also take charge of their medical future as well.


Who do you call when you want to play for the birds? Syrinx Ensemble of course! See what happens when this group plays at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh. Carol Lee Espy reports on this "eggcellent" concert.


Groundbreaking work continues at this University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute facility. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports on how researchers are learning more about the connections between the environment and cancer.


OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces viewers to Hosea Holder, a Pittsburgh area swim coach whose strong philosophy of dedication, commitment and hard work has created successful competitive swimmers for more than forty years. You can reach Coach Holder by e-mail at ndownes123@earthlink.net or by phone at 412-521-4503.


There's an international appeal to re-enacting medieval times. The Society for Creative Anachronism has hundreds of thousands of members. OnQ visits the Pittsburgh chapter, which is one of the nation's most popular.


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