Through the Roof
OnQ gives viewers the opportunity to see a plant that blooms only once in its life cycle at Phipps Conservatory. The agave americana is also known as a century plant. Its spectacular single stalk is literally growing through the roof at an average of 6 to 12 inches per day!
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OnQ explores the topic of teen suicide in an eight-minute feature report focusing on survivors of suicide and new Pittsburgh research.
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.
Chris Moore takes a loving look at the cultural importance of barbershops in the African American community, focusing on barbers of color from Pittsburgh to Philly, and many places in between.
Guest Susan Rauscher, Executive Director of Catholic Charities in Pittsburgh discusses the many other services provided by this downtown Pittsburgh safety net.