Don't trash your old kitchen or bathroom. Consider taking those sinks, tubs, medicine chests, lights and more to Construction Junction in Pittsburgh's Point Breeze neighborhood. It's a place that "promotes conservation through the reuse of building materials." You can shop there, too!
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OnQ's Michael Bartley takes viewers to the festive dedication of the Fred Rogers Statue on Pittsburgh's North Shore. Dignitaries, including Fred's widow Joanne Rogers, celebrated his life and service to children. The statue is part of a historic bridge pier.
Pittsburgh has a lot to brag about when it comes to going green but some local leaders say not so fast - there's still a lot more work to be done. OnQ's Tonia Caruso looks at the latest plans and proposals designed to make our region even more environmentally friendly.
OnQ's Tonia Caruso explores the orgins of health insurance, and shows how that history led to the benefits - and challenges of today.
Lawrenceville resident Jeff Gordon has lived a foolish life - as one of the world's premiere clowns named "Gordoon." OnQ contributor Mike Lee sits down with Jeff and Gordoon as they retell their story about "Clown College," traveling the world, and teaching local kids the craft of comedy.
OnQ contributors Dave & Dave try their hand at a new hobby that involves sharp steel needles, and yes... yarn! Lots of yarn! It's Men's Knitting Night at Natural Stitches in East Liberty and we were there.
Luke Ravenstahl was once considered too young and inexperienced to hold the job of mayor when he stepped into the position after the death of Pittsburgh Mayor Bob O'Connor. But as the Democratic incumbent tells OnQ's Chris Moore, after three years in office and constant campaigning for special elections, Ravenstahl says he has grown into the job and is ready to serve a full term on his own merits.