Ruth may be 93 years old and legally blind, but she knows how to start the day! Her early morning piano concerts brighten up everyone at Seneca Hills Village, an independent living facilty in Penn Hills.
A pet can not only provide companionship, but may even contribute to a healthier and longer life. OnQ reports on the health benefits for older Americans who own a dog, cat or other loving pet. You'll also see how pet therapy is used in palliative care units and nursing homes.
The development in Pittsburgh's East Liberty neighborhood is not only good news for shoppers, it has also brought back an historic restaurant. OnQ contributors Dave and Dave visit Station Street Hot Dog & Sandwich Shop, which is once again serving tasty wieners!
She was only eight years old, when a hail of gunfire killed Taylor Coles, her father and another man inside a Homewood restaurant. Reporter Michael Bartley reports on the senseless tragedy.
Pittsburgh chef Robert Sendall talks with OnQ about his chocolate creation made by All in Good Taste Productions.
OnQ's Michael Bartley traveled to Vienna to profile the Pittsburgh Symphony's new Austrian-born conductor, Manfred Honeck. Maestro Honeck shows Bartley his favorite sights in historic Vienna, including the homes of Beethoven, Strauss and Mozart.
Mr. Whitlock is a World War II Veteran who was in the first group of African American Marines to be sent oversees to fight in the Pacific Theatre of Operations.
That's the motto of the Pittsburgh Youth Golf Foundation. Founded in 1991, the goal of this unique organization is to introduce golf to at-risk children in the Pittsburgh area. OnQ's Chris Moore explains how this sport is helping to improve the self-esteem and self-discipline of thousands of youngsters in 6th - 8th grades.
Disabled visitors to The Woodlands Foundation in Bradford Woods get a chance to enjoy the therapeutic nature of gardening by using the recently built adaptive garden. OnQ contributor Doug Oster shows us how gardening works as a tool for healing.