His large scale works of art can be seen in churches, chapels and schools across Western Pennsylvania. Join OnQ's Tonia Caruso as she examines the colorful creations of one of this region's most prolific and talented stained glass artists.
Journey to Africa with Squirrel Hill native, Talia Rosenberg, on a mission to raise awareness of AIDS in children. In June 2008, Rosenberg took part in a walk across Swaziland where she visited clinics and schools to find out what's being done to curtail the growing problem there. Swaziland has one of the highest incidents of HIV/AIDS in the world.
Billy Ray, the baby Amur Tiger at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, is a favorite attraction for visitors. We get an up close look at the tiger, now seven months old, and also talk to some of the people who helped care for the cub after it was rejected by its mother.
It's a simple play on words: combining "veteran" with "entrepreneur" - but it means real business for the men and women who have served our country. NaVOBA is a Pittsburgh-based organization that helps veterans start their own companies, while encouraging America to support the veterans business movement.
On Q's Michael Bartley previews the elaborate western art exhibit that will be open to the public this weekend at the Duquesne Club in downtown Pittsburgh. The multi-million dollar display includes western artifacts with Western PA history attached, as well as brilliant original paintings from Remington, Russell and other greats.
That's right, they also sell Christmas trees at Ron Mancabelli's All-American Barber Shop on Point Street in Saltzburg. OnQ contributor and Post-Gazette columnist Doug Oster visits the barber shop where they know all about trimming hair, and trees.
The Duquesne Light African-American Leadership Awards are granted to outstanding individuals or groups who promote and contribute to the advancement of African Americans, are dedicated to the betterment of the community as a whole, and who pursue excellence in their field.
Just in time for Christmas: a story of true generosity and love. You'll meet a local man who has raised more than $100,000 for Children's Hospital's Free Care Fund, one shoe shine at a time. Now he's getting national recognition. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports.
There's only one neighborhood in Pittsburgh that could pull off a 24-hour arts marathon, and that's Lawrenceville. In its 11th year, "Art All Night" has become bigger, better and greener than ever.
Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's Shadyside section is one of only three Biblical botanical gardens in North America.Established in 1987, and it now displays more than 100 plants once grown in ancient Israel, including cedars, dates, figs, olives, and pomegranates. All are labeled with biblical verses. The garden also includes a waterfall, desert, and a representation of the Jordan River from the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea.