OnQ focuses on a language developed by a Pittsburgh-area man that helps physically and mentally challenged people lead fuller lives. Minspeak allows people to independently communicate a large vocabulary more quickly and efficiently than in similar devices.
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Many Pittsburgh area schools have successful programs that foster healthier eating and encourage more active lifestyles for children. OnQ showcases two of them. Guests: Dr. Mary Goessler, pediatrician and Highmark medical director; Dan Vete, physical education teacher who oversees the "Exertainment" and "Rowing Rox" programs at Sto-Rox Elementary School; Sharon Conway, director of food services for 2800 students in the Highlands School District.
Every Friday night, LIVE at 7:30 p.m., OnQ... is OffQ! It’s a spirited review of the week’s hottest topics and controversial headlines. Host Chris Moore is joined by regular panelists John McIntire, Heather Heidelbaugh, Valerie McDonald Roberts and Bill Green.
The Highmark Foundation recently awarded $1.9 million in grants to 21 oral health programs across 49 Pennsylvania counties. It's to improve access to oral halth and dental care programs for low-income, rural and uninsured populations. OnQ's Michael Bartley shows what's at stake for the health of the poor who don't have regular access to overall care.
She remembers the sinking of the Titanic, and survived the great flu epidemic of 1918. OnQ's Tonia Caruso profiles Pittsburgher Evelyn Kozak, age 110, who shares the secrets of a good, long life.
The band members from Harmony, Pennsylvania range in age from 11 to 14, and their Steelers song is the rage of YouTube. Pop Rocks joins OnQ for a live performance of two songs in Studio A.
Renaissance City Choirs is Pittsburgh’s only gay and lesbian choral group with men’s and women’s choirs. Through their love of music, Renaissance City Choirs, strive to enrich the cultural community and provide a positive image of gays and lesbians.