Tonight OnQ reports on the EastSide Gallery a cooperative art space located in a strip mall in East Liberty that is run by and for local emerging artists.
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Zany Umbrella Circus founder Ben Sota talks about his folk art circus and his invitation to help an Afghan circus and its mission to heal children.
Once the victim of an online predator, Alicia Kozakiewicz takes her harrowing experience into Pittsburgh classrooms to protect other children. Alicia's message to students and parents is now being heard nationwide. This Emmy winning documentary is from writer/producer David Solomon and videographer/editor Paul Ruggieri.
Carol Druzak can't see her flowers, but she can feel the soft texture of the leaves and smell the wonderful fragrance of her lilies. Carol has been blind for nearly a quarter of a century and has created a garden that gives her joy, peace and time outside enjoying the fresh air.
For nearly 100 years, Pittsburgh's City County Building has been the bastion of local government and the home of Pittsburgh's City Council. But inside council chambers are pieces of beauty and craftsmanship that are rarely explored. OnQ contributor Minette Seate spent a day on Grant Street exploring those "Council Treasures."
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.
Several days before the VIP and media tour, Michael Bartley gives On Q viewers the exclusive access to the new Fred Rogers Center on the campus of St. Vincent College in Latrobe.