The Quiet Storm
When this restaurant/coffee shop opened in the Garfield community, the neighborhood was at the early stages of transition. The Quiet Storm held its ground and is now a center for food, friendship and a sense of community.
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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review investigative reporter Carl Prine and photojournalist Justin Merriman recently returned from a special assignment covering the Haiti earthquake. They share their compelling stories and photographs with OnQ viewers.
Original airdate: Feb 01, 2010
A system of inclined planes and a 900-foot tunnel carved through solid rock made travel through the Allegheny Mountains possible in the 1800s. OnQ reports on the Allegheny Portage Railroad national park in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
Original airdate: Jan 28, 2010
At a time when Pittsburgh is facing big financial challenges, they're the two newest members to be elected to City Council. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces Natalia Rudiak and R. Daniel Lavelle. You'll hear about their plans for Pittsburgh.
Original airdate: Jan 19, 2010
In the wake of a devastating earthquake in Haiti, Pittsburgh is reacting and responding. OnQ's Michael Bartley reports on a local organanization mobilizing supplies, the impact on a Haitian hospital with Pittsburgh connections, and a local educator waiting to hear from Haitian family members.
Original airdate: Jan 14, 2010
While Pittsburgh begins a new decade with a nagging pension crisis, newly inaugurated mayor Luke Ravenstahl believes political unity and bridge-building can restore the city's finances to build a "new Pittsburgh." OnQ's Michael Bartley presents the mayor's inauguration address almost in its entirety as we explore the critical issues facing the mayor and the new city council.
Original airdate: Jan 11, 2010
OnQ has the story of a Pittsburgh woman in desperate need of a kidney transplant, and her friend who stepped up to help. Tonia Caruso goes inside the operating room as she reports on the importance of living donors.
Original airdate: Dec 21, 2009