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Bus Stop

BusStop Bus Stop

Virginia Johnston of Coraopolis waits for the bus at Liberty Avenue at 17th Street after shopping in the Strip District Tuesday, July 22, 2014. “I had two major strokes and I take the bus everywhere,” she said.

#OpenStreetsPgh

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Point Park University summer dance intensive students participate in a Zumba class along Penn Avenue, Downtown during the first OpenStreetsPGH event Sunday, July 20, 2014.

Justine

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Justine Vukelich, 6 of West Deer plays with an asian style paper umbrella and fan at the General Merchandise Outlet while visiting the Strip District with her family Monday, July 14, 2014.

Tea

tea Tea

Marleen O’Leary of Cleveland, Ohio, left, Marilyn Sorvas of Carnegie, Diana Stanchic of Shaler, Jennifer Zukowski of Natrona Heights and Eileen Walsh of Oakmont sip tea and eat small finger foods in civil-war era dress during a tea at the Andrew Carnegie Library in Carnegie Sunday, July 13, 2014. The tea was hosted by civilians from Company A of the 9th Pennsylvania Reserves. Ladies dressed in period clothes and brought their own tea cups.

Roman

Roman Roman

Roman Brown, 3 of Aspinwall takes a rest on the slide at the Highland Park Super Playground Wednesday, July 9, 2014.

Slack line Yoga

slackline Slack line Yoga

Derek Martin, 25 of Highland Park practices a yoga pose on a slack line in Oakland Sunday, July 6, 2014. Martin practices slack lining with “Pgh x slack life” or Pittsburgh extreme slack life, a slack line club that regularly meets to practices outside of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

Reporting for duty

Talent Show

talent Talent Show

Mars Area Centennial School fifth graders Sara Kalkowski, left, Madelyn Trent, Samantha Snitgen and Kendall Craig try to calm their nerves as they wait to take the stage to perform a dance to the song, “Tears of an Angel” in the school’s annual student talent show.

Mail Pouch Tobacco Barn

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A barn advertises Mail Pouch Tobacco in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

East Liberty

elib East Liberty

The sun sets along Penn Avenue in East Liberty.

wave

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The shell of a public pay phone at the Boyce Park wave pool in Plum.

Distracted at Work

distracted Distracted at Work

John Vesci, right, and John Becker from Vincent Allen Inc. work to restore the metal facade outside of Jimmy John’s Corner Gourmet Sandwiches on Grant Street, Downtown.

My Dad is a Firefighter

Fireman My Dad is a Firefighter

City of Pittsburgh firefighter Josh Colbert, 33 of Morningside with his son Jaden Colbert, 6 at Pittsburgh Fire Station #19 in Swisshelm Park. Jaden authored a children’s book titled, “My Dad Is A Firefighter.”

Mom & Landon

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Amy Brewer of New Brighton visits with her son Landon Brewer, 5 in his classroom at the Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children in Oakland.

Civil War Documentarian

reenacct Civil War Documentarian

Members from Company A of the 9th Pennsylvania Reserves 38th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Civil War reenactment unit observe a memorial ceremony at the Oak Spring Cemetery in Canonsburg.

Spring day at Point State Park

springday Spring day at Point State Park

Danielle DiNunzio, 28 of Uptown, left, relaxes near the fountain at Point State Park as roommates Brittany Goettler, 25 and Remy Olinzock, 24 of Mount Washington take a break from their workout Tuesday, May 6, 2014.

Men at Work

dome Men at Work

Men work atop of the Motor Square Garden dome in East Liberty Wednesday, April 23, 2014.

Dialysis

donor Dialysis

Joyce Biearman, 57 of Wheeling, West Virginia gets dialysis at Wheeling Dialysis Center.  Biearman is on the organ donor list waiting for a kidney.  (View  VIDEO)

 

Alexis & Catcher

catcher Alexis & Catcher

Alexis Pierce of Green Tree sits with her two-and-a-half year old Airedale dog named Catcher at North Park Saturday, April 12, 2014. “He’s named after “Catcher in the Rye,” explained Pierce.

Flint Farmer

farmer Flint Farmer

Stephen Arellano, 42 of Flint, Mich., uses the eggs laid by his chickens to make pasta to sell at the Flint Farmer’s Market. Arellano is a central figure in Flint’s growing urban agriculture movement, which is reclaiming abandoned lots by planting crops.