India In Pittsburgh - Featured Guests

Harish Saluja, founder of Silk Screen: Asian American Film Festival, Pittsburgh; and K.S. Venkataraman, editor and publisher of The Pittsburgh Patrika.


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It's parade season and Western Pennsylvanians love parades. Tonight, we introduce you to local two women who design and build some of the most colorful floats in the region.


The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh is threatening to separate from the National Episcopal Church over the consecration of openly gay Bishop, Gene Robinson of New Hampshire. The controversy has gripped local episcopalians who've staked their positions, and OnQ's Michael Bartley talks with a local man who's caught in the middle.


OnQ's Tonia Caruso takes us inside a home in Highland Park unlike most others in the neighborhood. Why it's not only pretty but good for the environment.


What happens to all those hats when there's a hat trick at Pittsburgh Penguins hockey games? Mike Behme of Boy Scout Troop 830 in Clinton, Pennsylvania found out they were being thrown in the trash, so he created Hat Tricks 4 Humanity as his Eagle Scout community service project. The hats now go to local and international charities. Sidney Crosby congratulated Mike and gave WQED a surprise interview for this story. Writer/Producer: David Solomon. Camera/Editing: Paul Ruggieri.


A safety net for homeless people started by a Pittsburgh-area teenager with the help of his orthopedic surgeon father, Our Hearts to Your Soles provides shoes and medical foot care. OnQ's Michael Bartley reports.


The Indian Cultural Association of Pittsburgh was the first Asian Indian school in the Pittsburgh region to educate Indian students about their rich heritage and cultural values. Class meets in the North Hills on Sunday with entire families participating in prayers, language and culture.


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