Pittsburgh 360: Remarkable Research, Woodworking Vets, Healing Waters & Coming Home
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we’re exploring the topic of veteran’s health. First, Chris Moore takes a tour of a facility where innovative technologies are being developed to help veterans with disabilities become more independent. Next, we’ll see how wood carving is aiding in the physical and emotional recovery of veterans. Then we take a look at a program called Project Healing Waters which uses fly fishing to help recovery. Finally, we’ll give you a look at WQED’s new outreach project which is reuniting the families of World War II veterans with portraits of their loved ones.
Pittsburgh 360: Remarkable Research, Woodworking Vets, Healing Waters & Coming Home aired on Jan 09, 2014.
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This episode of Pittsburgh 360 celebrates winter in Pittsburgh. First, we stop by a hockey game but we're not watching the ice. Join us on a trip behind the scenes to see the team controlling the screen. We then get beer lessons at a local brewery before heading to the Pittsburgh Zoo where the penguins intermingle outside of their exhibit.
Original airdate: Jan 27, 2015
We’ll look at the epidemic of drug addiction among young people and see how Gateway Rehabilitation Center is working to reverse the numbers. Also, we find out just how important early detection is when it comes to lung cancer and see what it takes to get in shape with the fitness craze Crossfit.
Original airdate: Jan 08, 2015
We’ll find out what the residents of a local retirement community are doing to help bring comfort to the homeless. Then we learn how trash from Haiti and Honduras is being turned into something good before we tell you how you can decorate and dine on tableware products that truly give back.
Original airdate: Dec 18, 2014
Discover how a dog helps add cheer to a Pittsburgh Homeless Shelter and learn about a new competition at the University of Pittsburgh which aims for solutions to health issues. Then, we’ll explore a McMurray man’s mining memorabilia before going into the studio with the minds behind The Saturday Light Brigade.
Original airdate: Dec 11, 2014
The spotlight is on Homestead. Michael Bartley covers its historic past and future hopes. Tonia Caruso reports on Homestead's arts scene with a visit to Studio A.M. Dave Crawley features the Carnegie Library of Homestead, a local and national treasure.
Original airdate: Nov 06, 2014
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Mid-Atlantic Chapter has honored WQED with four Emmy Awards. Here are highlights from the September 20, 2014 ceremony in Philadelphia.
Original airdate: Oct 30, 2014