Minspeak

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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In November 2003, SPC James Fair was critically wounded by a bomb while serving in Iraq. His injuries included the loss of both hands and the loss of sight in both eyes. Now, with the help of Homes for Our Troops, Duquesne Light, the Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show and many others, Fair is moving into a Ross Township home built to accommodate his special needs.


QED Cooks host Chris Fennimore tries to find out what Pittsburgh eats by traveling to McKees Rocks for a look at three uniquely-Pittsburgh eateries. Pierogies Plus, Ricci Sausage, and Mancini Bread.


A local woman's handmade Christmas trees are showing up in homes all over the region. Each tree is one of a kind but there's something else that makes them unique. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces a local artist who proves you can be creative at any age.


Dave & Dave visit Pittsburgh's Greater International Airport for a look behind, inside and even under the curtain to explain the mystery of just exactly what happens to your suitcase when it disappears behind the ticket counter and magically ends up aboard your plane. And if that weren't enough the foremost expert on airport baggage tells us the one type of bag you should NEVER use!


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