In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley follows the Clairton Bears to their historic Championship victory, you'll get drawn into the wonderful world of Wayno and we'll get in the debate over tattoo regulations.
Original airdate: Jan 17, 2013
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we uncover some abandoned wells, get high-tech in the classroom, and find out how some witty artists have given new life to old material.
Original airdate: Jan 10, 2013
The issues that plague our planet, our global community, are vast and can seem daunting. This means that the next generation of world leaders will have the daunting task of trying to find solutions to these issues. And there are many young, bright movers and shakers who are already doing their part to effect change in our world, and in a big way. Meet these young people and find out how their efforts to effect positive change today are turning them into tomorrow's global leaders.
Original airdate: Jan 03, 2013
It's a giant sort-of-Victorian holiday village covered in candy! It's an astounding work of folk art. It's Gingerbread Lane. We follow its creator, chef Jon Lovitch, from icing in February to assembling in November at Station Square. Sweet stuff!
Original airdate: Dec 13, 2012
In this very festive episode of Pittsburgh 360, we'll reminisce at the Tic Toc Restaurant with Michael, play with some classic toys, and Tonia Caruso will show us what one local artist has carved up for the holiday!
Original airdate: Nov 29, 2012
Rick Sebak is a Pittsburgh treasure whose award-winning documentaries have entertained and educated local and national viewers for 25 years. As he celebrates this anniversary at WQED, we look back at Rick's memorable programs and hear about the stories behind them. Rick talks about his inspiration as a filmmaker, while colleagues and fans share their thoughts on Rick's appealing and timeless body of work.
Original airdate: Nov 26, 2012
Travel with the world-renowned Duquesne University Tamburitzans - on the road and behind-the-scenes. The "Tammies" have delighted audiences for over 75 years as they perform, preserve and perpetuate the cultural heritages of Eastern Europe and its neighbors. WQED explores the legacy of the country's longest-running live stage show, and one of Pittsburgh's cultural gems.
Original airdate: Nov 19, 2012
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, contributor Michelle Wright takes a look at how mental illness effects those living below the poverty line, Tonia Caruso rocks with Out of the Units, and we take you behind all the glitz and glamour at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater.
Original airdate: Nov 15, 2012
Rose Clancy plants gardens in urban areas that could use green space. Her work brings beauty to the neighborhoods, but it also brings healing to Rose. She was raised by a mother who suffered from mental illness, and now Rose's gardens are helping her cope with memories of a troubled childhood, while raising awareness of an issue that impacts millions. This documentary focuses on how mental illness affects not only the person with the illness, but everyone in the family.
Original airdate: Nov 12, 2012
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we'll go inside a foundation that is giving hope to the sick, learn about one center with a vision to green up Larimer, and find out how to work happy from author Jill Geisler.
Original airdate: Nov 08, 2012