HIV/AIDS Research: 25 Years Later
Twenty-five years after the discovery of the HIV virus, progress has been made in basic research, clinical treatment, and public health prevention. OnQ’s Michael Bartley takes a look into the early days of this worldwide epidemic, and at a new therapeutic vaccine that is showing signs of being a potential cure.
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There's only one neighborhood in Pittsburgh that could pull off a 24-hour arts marathon, and that's Lawrenceville. In its 11th year, "Art All Night" has become bigger, better and greener than ever.
Original airdate: May 14, 2008
Michael Bartley reports on what one agency, Project Star, is doing to encourage the adoption of more than 5,000 waiting children in Pennsylvania.
Original airdate: Apr 09, 2008
It used to be you'd find only young women on the job, but not anymore. More and more men are entering the nursing field. In this report, OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces a local man who recently made a major career change.
Original airdate: Apr 06, 2008
Pittsburgh's oldest continually operating performing arts group, the Mendelssohn Choir, celebrates its 100th anniversary with looks back from choir members, and a sneak peek at what's ahead for a special anniversary performance.
Original airdate: Apr 03, 2008
It's the Pittsburgh version of American Idol - 25 college students singing their hearts out at the Campus SuperStar vocal competition. Sponsored by the Hillel Jewish University Center of Pittsburgh and hosted by Pitt, the competition showcases college talent, and provides scholarship money to the winners. OnQ's college interns covered the semi-finals in this feature report.
Original airdate: Apr 02, 2008
See why hordes of young professionals are drawn to one of Pittsburgh's most interesting and educational parties of the year! It's the tenth annual "History Uncorked" at the beautiful Heinz History Center. OnQ contributor Mike Lee goes undercover at this year's bash.
Original airdate: Mar 26, 2008