Enjoy a "Chat With Charlie" as Charlie Cunningham gives OnQ a tour of the historic Springhill House, a restored 1776 stone home in Westmoreland County.
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She's a leading orthopedic surgeon, member of the Steelers' medical staff, and head physician for the University of Pittsburgh's mens basketball team, CMU's football team and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds - and a mom. OnQ contributor Mike Lee reports on Dr. West's extraordinary life and career.
With Pittsburgh celebrating its 250th birthday, the Pittsburgh Public Theater commissioned the famed Second City comedy company to have some fun with the place we call home. The result was a show called "Three Rivers Runs Through It."
During the Civil Rights era, Sister Patricia McCann, took Pittsburgh-area college students to Montgomery, Alabama to join the fight for African Americans seeking the right to vote. Sister McCann, a Sisters of Mercy nun, shares her experiences with OnQ.
In honor of Pittsburgh's 250th anniversary, OnQ asked well known Pittsburgh sports writer Abby Mendelson to give his take on the Top 10 Pittsburgh sports heroes. Some of the athletes are household names, others will be a surprise. Watch and see if you agree with his choices.
This old way station along the National Road (Route 40) is still a popular destination for tourists as they sightsee their way through the Laurel Highlands. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley reports on 101 years of history at the Summit Inn Resort.
The Captain Thomas Espy Post was a meeting place for Civil War union soldiers that sat untouched for more than 50-years. This time capsule and American treasure tucked away on the top floor of the Carnegie Library and Music Hall in Carnegie, Pennsylvania has been painstakingly restored and now re-opened. OnQ's Tonia Caruso shows us the before and the after and learns about the historic significance of this amazing room.