Reverend C.T. Vivian
This veteran of the civil rights movement talks with OnQ about his activism and how he stood up in the fight for the right to vote.
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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.
While there are support groups for the more than 5 million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer's, only one nonprofit agency has the sole mission of funding research for a cure. OnQ's Michael Bartley reports on the Cure Alzheimer's Fund, co-founded by a Pittsburgh couple.
The bluegrass band Church Street Blues, based in Hermitage, Pennsylvania, performs "Black Bubblin' Crude" for OnQ viewers.
Any woman can get breast cancer but researchers know that women with a family history of breast cancer are at greater risk. OnQ's Tonia Caruso has the story of a local family in which five members received breast cancer treatments.