We begin this episode of Pittsburgh 360 with the third installment in our series Men & Cancer and focus on a young man who found himself facing the diagnosis of testicular cancer. Then we take you into the Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District for a look at their fully licensed commercial kitchen and how it could impact our economy. Finally, we conclude the episode by going inside the Carnegie Museum of Natural History for a peak at the exhibit RACE: Are we so different?
This episode of Pittsburgh 360 aired on Oct 16, 2014.
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We’ll revisit the Johnstown Flood National Memorial, which honors the victims and tells the story of one of the biggest single disasters of the 19th century. Then we go on a "Segway" tour of the Clarion River Valley before going inside Bonnie's Bus, which provides life-saving mammograms to women in rural West Virginia.
Original airdate: Feb 23, 2012
Michael Bartley introduces us to a local group that is helping teen moms beat the odds, Michael also takes you behind the scenes of an exciting new talk show shot right here at WQED, and Tonia Caruso introduces us to a father and son who've opened the first local distillery since the end of Prohibition.
Original airdate: Feb 16, 2012
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, contributor Mike Lee shows us the science behind reclaiming ground zero after the attacks on 9/11, Michael Bartley introduces us to a woman who is inspiring others by showing them "The Sunny Side of Cancer", and we get a clue about a local acting troupe serving up mystery with a meal.
Original airdate: Jan 26, 2012
Tonia Caruso introduces us to a young boy who is getting a big boost in school from a small robot, Michael Bartley shows us how some local students are overcoming obstacles and letting their talents shine through F.A.M.E, and Chris Moore takes us on a tour of some ancient artifacts from the land of the bible.
Original airdate: Jan 12, 2012
In this episode, Chris Fennimore visits a Forest Hills bakery, whose custom cakes are works of art. Michael Bartley goes behind the scenes at the Lawrenceville cookie tour, and Pittsburgh 360 takes you to an out of the way restaurant with just one chef, and a reservation list four weeks long!
Original airdate: Dec 22, 2011
We’ll meet a local minister who uses the arts to keep teens away from trouble then go for a tour of a Faberge art exhibit. A local inventor shows how to easily synchronize holiday lights to music and we’ll highlight an exhibit of pictures of Pittsburgh, shot by photographers who know the city best.
Original airdate: Dec 15, 2011