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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These Pitt students have traditional majors like psychology and communications - but their music is anything but. This acapella choir uses "vocal percussion" and trendy moves, covering genres that range from hip hop and R & B, to classic rock and pop.


Two friends preserve an ethnic holiday tradition for their friends and family in Beaver County.


Mr. Rothbart is a World War II Veteran who's job it was to replace soldiers who were killed or wounded on the front lines.


The newest guest at The National Aviary isn't a bird, but rather a sloth! Find out how "Wookie" ended up at the aviary and how you and your family can get a closer look.


OnQ's Tonia Caruso takes viewers inside STAR - the Simulation, Teaching and Academic Research Center at West Penn Hospital.


Most small businesses have a tough start, some don't even get off the ground. But 14-year-old Lani Lazzari of Pittsburgh created her own face and body scrub business, Simple Sugars, which expects sales of $80,000 in 2008. Her recipe? One part passion, two parts hard work, and a whole lot of sugar!


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