The Vader Project
OnQ takes you to the Warhol Museum where the "FORCE" is still with us. It's an out-of-this-world exhibit of 100 Darth Vader helmets, re-interpreted by today's pop surreal artists.
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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!
As Principal Timpanist for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Tim Adams can be regularly seen performing on the Heinz Hall stage. Tonight OnQ contributor and WQED-FM's, Jim Cunningham, has an up close look at this incredibly talented musician.
Throughout the month of October, young adult professionals from various middle east communities and religions will visit the Pittsburgh area to build tolerance and coexistence. Michael Bartley sits down to a discussion with group of these adults.
We are serving up another great episode of our on-going series “What’s Cooking in Politics”. This special edition of OnQ contains two get things that get your mouth moving… cooking and talking politics! Host Joe Mistick makes “Manicotti Rosemarie” with U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle of Pittsburgh.
The Urban Impact Foundation Choir is comprised of middle and high school students from Pittsburgh’s North Side and beyond. OnQ visits with choir directors and UIF founders to discover how music gives the at-risk youth direction and hope.