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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The Mid Winter Soup Contest is held every year on Pittsburgh's South Side. Local restaurants dish out their popular soups and shoppers not only cast their votes, they're encouraged to bring non-perishable foods to donate. OnQ's interns bring us this report.
Do you sweat black & gold? Is the Steelers part of your everyday diet? Do you love your mother first and the Steelers as a close second? If so, then you just might be a Steelers fan! Watch as Dave & Dave test some fans (and you) with hard hitting steel curtain Steelers trivia!
This report focuses on teen suicide seminars launched in conjunction with the OnQ documentary Losing Lambert: A Journey Through Survival & Hope. Coordinated by WQED's education Program, the seminars were open to school counselors, teachers, coaches and others who work with adolescents and teens. Seminar leader Dr. Paula McCommons, of the STAR Outreach Center, identifies risk factors, signs of depression and other ways to help teens and their families.
The countdown is on for the digital television conversion. If you've recently bought a new TV, are you wondering what to do with the old one? OnQ's Tonia Caruso explains how you can safely recycle your old television.
From bent flutes, to cellos backed over by the family car - the instrument repair specialists at Volkwein's Music have seen it all - but still manage to bring new life to old, damaged instruments. OnQ's Beth Dolinar reports on this local music institution.
In this expanded interview, Allegheny Land Trust Executive Director Roy Kraynyk discusses the restoration of Wingfield Pines and successful efforts to control acid mine drainage in Chartiers Creek.