Cures for a Crisis: Discussion with Jessica Seabury & Erin Guay
Jessica Seabury, executive director of the Consumer Health Coalition, and Erin Guay from the Pennsylvania Health Law Project discuss health coverage for the uninsured and underinsured.
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She's a leading orthopedic surgeon, member of the Steelers' medical staff, and head physician for the University of Pittsburgh's mens basketball team, CMU's football team and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds - and a mom. OnQ contributor Mike Lee reports on Dr. West's extraordinary life and career.
With Pittsburgh celebrating its 250th birthday, the Pittsburgh Public Theater commissioned the famed Second City comedy company to have some fun with the place we call home. The result was a show called "Three Rivers Runs Through It."
During the Civil Rights era, Sister Patricia McCann, took Pittsburgh-area college students to Montgomery, Alabama to join the fight for African Americans seeking the right to vote. Sister McCann, a Sisters of Mercy nun, shares her experiences with OnQ.
In honor of Pittsburgh's 250th anniversary, OnQ asked well known Pittsburgh sports writer Abby Mendelson to give his take on the Top 10 Pittsburgh sports heroes. Some of the athletes are household names, others will be a surprise. Watch and see if you agree with his choices.
Why do some kids stutter? Can it be elimated? And why is Pittsburgh one of the best places in the world to get treatment? OnQ's Michael Bartley shares two inspiring stories, followed by a live interview with Dr. Scott Yaruss, co-director of the Stuttering Center of Western Pennsylvania.
He's conducted and performed in more than 150-musical theater and opera productions. He's also the first African American artistic director of the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh. WQED-FM's, Jim Cunningham, profiles Douglas as part of OnQ's Pittsburgh People Changing Lives series.