Renaissance City Choirs
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.
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Within a 10-mile radius of downtown Pittsburgh, there are 70,000 working people who do not have health insurance. Catholic Charities has opened a free health center - with most of the incoming patients needing dental care. OnQ contributor Mike Clark tours the facility and talks with a volunteer dentist and patients who have few other options.
The condition is debilitating, but Parkinson's patients in Western Pennsylvania have banded together to fight the illness and the despair that often accompanies it. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley visits a special retreat for Parkinson's patients and their families, and learns how they are determined to triumph over adversity.
Lots of fans were surprised last year when after 33-years on the job, Lanny Frattare announced he was retiring. The team later named Tim Neverett to take his place. So after a few months on the job and into the new season, what's it like in the Pirates broadcast booth now? OnQ's Tonia Caruso checks in on the Pirates team that's behind the mic.
He's a movie director who never runs out of "patients." That's because Ravi Godse is also a doctor at Shadyside Hospital. The native of India has produced three films in Pittsburgh. His most recent production, "If It Ain't Broke, Break It," opens March 26, 2010 at the Regent Square Theatre. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley has the story of the Remarkable Dr. Ravi.
Spc. Ross McGinnis earned the Medal of Honor for an unbelievable act of courage and sacrifice. He rolled onto a hand grenade and absorbed the blast to save four of his comrades. Don't miss this unforgettable profile as told by family and friends in Ross's hometown of Knox, Pennsylvania. Writer/Producer: David Solomon, Camera/Editing: Paul Ruggieri, Reporter: Michael Bartley.
The financial crisis has affected most of us. Here in Pittsburgh, psychologists are learning how we respond to financial stress and how we handle money matters. OnQ contributor Dr. Roger Klein shows viewers some of the strategies used by psychologists that help us to understand the link between money and human behavior.