Pennsylvania Primary: A WQED Town Hall Meeting with the NewsHour

While Pennsylvania presidential campaigns usually begin in Philadelphia, they don't end there. What do these candidates know about our region? What do we want them to know? What can they do to make it better? The Newshour and WQED will host a town hall meeting along with a guest panel to discuss the Pennsylvania Primary.

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Series: OnQ

On Q gardening and outdoors contributor Doug Oster shows how this greenhouse/horticultural program in Zelienople is helping troubled children.

Original airdate: Apr 04, 2006

Jim McDowell, of Johnstown, makes ugly face jugs. OnQ explores the history behind them.

Original airdate: Feb 21, 2006

A tour of the Holocaust Memorial Garden at Temple Emanuel in Mt. Lebanon with OnQ gardening/outdoors contributor Doug Oster.

Original airdate: Nov 22, 2004

OnQ introduces you to a woman who once was a bariatric surgery candidate who became pro-active in her weight loss and achieve a more than 100 pound weight loss after working with a nutrition counselor.

Original airdate: Nov 15, 2004

He's on radio, television and in newspapers and magazines promoting the love of gardening in Western Pennsylvania. Now On Q contributor and Post Gazette Garden Columnist, Doug Oster, shares tips from his new book on creating a successful organic garden.

Original airdate: Nov 18, 2002

OnQ profiles the Pittsburgh mother of a nine year old boy diagnosed with autism at age 3, and reports on two University of Pittsburgh studies aimed at helping healthcare providers diagnose autism earlier.

Original airdate: Oct 10, 2002