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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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.
An art museum in Brownsville, Fayette County is showcasing the Western Pennsylvania man who became one of the premiere artists of the coal and coke era. Writer/Producer: David Solomon. Camera/Editing: Frank Caloiero.
Is living near electrical power lines dangerous? Do chemicals leach into liquids or foods from plastic bottles or containers? Find out what's fact, what's not.
This week the gang discusses the attempted airline attack and the subsequent airport security measures, Mayor Ravenstahl's new plan for Pittsburgh, the new City Council President and members, and the Rendell's approval of table games.