This program is a sampler of "Extras" from 3 of our Pittsburgh History Series specials. From RIGHTBESIDETHERIVER, Nic DiSio from Reyna Foods shows us how he makes tortilla chips in Cadogan, PA, and we talk to folks in California, PA, about an old movie of their town in 1938. Then we share some extra bits from UNDERGROUNDPITTSBURGHand WHATMAKESPITTSBURGHPITTSBURGH? Good fun stuff!

Original airdate: May 09, 2013


WQED's Chris Moore hosts this forum during which Democratic candidates discuss how they'd work to improve Pittsburgh's future.

Original airdate: May 02, 2013


In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the fourth in our “Healthy Baby, Healthy Start” series with a program on high risk pregnancies. Then we’ll join some innovators in the world of technology, entertainment and design as they share some of their big ideas, take you to McCandless Township where a team of iconographers from Greece are painting walls and ceilings in preparation for the opening of a newly constructed church, and rendezvous for the 100th anniversary of the Kaufmann's Clock.

Original airdate: May 02, 2013


WQED's Chris Moore and The Pittsburgh Foundation's Grant Oliphant host a forum for the democratic candidates in the Pittsburgh mayoral race. The topic is "Race and Poverty."

Original airdate: Apr 25, 2013


On this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the third in our “Healthy Baby, Healthy Start” series with a look at how to keep baby safe while they sleep. After that, we'll take you onto the soccer pitch with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and we’ll introduce you to an inventor who is bringing the next wave in technology to your skin.

Original airdate: Apr 25, 2013


How are girls portrayed in the media? How does this impact their  decisions, behaviors, and sense of self? Join us as we explore these  topics and offer some iQ: smartparent advice on how to talk with your  children about gender inequity in the media.

Original airdate: Apr 25, 2013


In this Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso continues our Healthy Baby, Healthy Start series with a story on nutrition for moms-to-be, we’ll take you behind-the-scenes of the WQED-FM Musical Kids competition, and we’ll visit a house in North Belle Vernon with 1950’s, 60’s, and 70’s décor and memorabilia that may give you a sense of nostalgia.

Original airdate: Apr 18, 2013


In their first television interview, Harry and Mary Schaab of Greensburg speak about losing both of their children to gun violence. Their son Michael was killed in the March 2012 Western Psych shooting, 17 months after their daughter Nancy was shot and killed by her boyfriend.

Original airdate: Apr 15, 2013


Once the victim of an online predator, Alicia Kozakiewicz now takes her harrowing experience into Pittsburgh classrooms with an educational presentation that helps raise awareness and protect children. Alicia's message to students and parents is now being heard nationwide. This Emmy-winning documentary is from the team of writer/producer David Solomon and videographer/editor Paul Ruggieri.

Original airdate: Apr 08, 2013


The local art scene, job prospects and affordability were some of the reasons why Pittsburgh has received national honors for being one of the “most livable” cities in the country. But what we want to know is why the folks who call our fair city home live here. What’s brought them here and, perhaps more importantly, what keeps them around year after year. Why live here is the question and Rick Sebak seeks out the answer from the people in this “most livable” city.

Original airdate: Mar 28, 2013


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