Pittsburgh 360

A sculpture built entirely of discarded plastic is highlighting the impact of single-use plastics.
It’s art...with an unexpected canvas!
A walk through Homewood Cemetery can be like a walk through the region's Black History.
WQED visits this sanctuary in Ohioville, PA - where humans care for horses during their final days.
Here’s the story of a box containing one simple gift..that’s just right for the man who receives it.
The American Cheese Society is now getting more people in this country to share their love of cheese
For one week in the summer, synchronous fireflies put on a breathtaking show in Pennsylvania's Alleg
This volunteer organization is working to foster support, goodwill and understanding between the LGB
Meet the folks who make Drag Queen Story hour a fun-filled time at the Oakland Carnegie Library.
During his decades of producing and appearing in Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Fred Rogers received t
Night In The Woods is a charming, independent video game with nods to the Pittsburgh region.
People with Parkinson's are finding new hope and camaraderie at a Pittsburgh area boxing club.
The historic Century Inn in Scenery Hill, PA makes a grand comeback after a devastating fire.
A photo exhibit of WW2 soldiers by legendary Pittsburgh photographer "Teenie" Harris.
Learn how a young couple in Punxsutawney, PA started the Nomadic Trading Company.
The Imaginarium Escape Room
For more than forty years, Roxanne Dreher has been wearing the POW/MIA bracelet of a fallen soldier.
Creative laser-carved wooden holiday ornaments inspired by geometrical patterns.
Josh & Gab perform a song inspired by Kennywood's The Jack Rabbit
This festival in Sharon, PA features small fires in the Shenango River.
Cello Fury combines classical and rock music.
Beth Dolinar reflects on the giant oak in her front yard, its demise and its impact on her family.
America’s 16th president is the subject of a unique exhibit on Pittsburgh’s North Side.
A neighborhood is comprised of eighty homes built of cement from Thomas Edison's cement company.
She made history as one of the first women pilots in World War II.
We relive days gone by with stories and old baseball photos taken during the days of Forbes Field.
This local metalsmith is making jewelry inspired by "Pittsburghese."
Get an inside look at the Penguins behind the scenes.
This house's decor and memorabilia from the 50's to the 70's may give you a sense of nostalgia.
Freddy Kornick left behind nearly 800 slides that found beauty in a country torn apart by war.
Meet a young entrepreneur who has made balloon art her business.
A young man's tragic passing saved the lives of five others.
He crossed racial lines in sports in the 1950s and is still making a difference in Pittsburgh today.
An officer injured in the line of duty makes his way back to active duty.
The Braddock Carnegie Library gives patrons access to paintings, sculptures, photographs and more.
How Father Tom Smith became known as the Dancing Priest.
Meet a young athlete who was chosen to play on the Paralympic Hockey Team in Sochi, Russia.
Wendell August Forger was destroyed by fire in 2010 but has risen from the ashes.
Come with us and explore the ongoing and ever-changing art display at the Carnegie International.
After years of neglect, the Carrie Blast Furnaces are an attraction for tourists and artists.
Ridgway, PA is the home of a noisy but popular chainsaw festival.
This veterinarian treats ailing pets with their own stem cells.
This woman has had quite a career working in the kitchens of the rich and famous.