Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Archbishop Desmond Tutu visited Pittsburgh for three days, and while in town he sat with OnQ’s Michael Bartley to share his vision of peace and tolerance in Pittsburgh and around the world


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Ms. Parsons is a World War II Veteran who was stationed in Washington, D.C. working on the highly “Top-Secret” efforts to decode the German U-Boat communications.


These Pitt students have traditional majors like psychology and communications - but their music is anything but. This acapella choir uses "vocal percussion" and trendy moves, covering genres that range from hip hop and R & B, to classic rock and pop.


Two friends preserve an ethnic holiday tradition for their friends and family in Beaver County.


Spc. Ross McGinnis earned the Medal of Honor for an unbelievable act of courage and sacrifice. He rolled onto a hand grenade and absorbed the blast to save four of his comrades. Don't miss this unforgettable profile as told by family and friends in Ross's hometown of Knox, Pennsylvania. Writer/Producer: David Solomon, Camera/Editing: Paul Ruggieri, Reporter: Michael Bartley.


The financial crisis has affected most of us. Here in Pittsburgh, psychologists are learning how we respond to financial stress and how we handle money matters. OnQ contributor Dr. Roger Klein shows viewers some of the strategies used by psychologists that help us to understand the link between money and human behavior.


Dave & Dave recently stopped by A.B. Charles Hobby Shop for an introduction into the world of slot car racing. You remember slot car racing... the electric track you had as a kid! Well they're still doing it in Mt. Lebanon and we got the chance to see what it's all about.


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