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Pitcher perfect: Cassidy Leach, 7, of Moon pitches softball to her sister Haiden,14, at Moon Park on Monday. Both play for the Moon Township Softball League.
(Photo by Lake Fong/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #softball #PGPhotos

Santa JuJu: Steelers player JuJu Smith-Schuster lets Jameson Marrow, 4, of Coraopolis, hold his dog Boujee King Schuster during an event held by Total Sports Enterprises where fans paid to get their photo taken with JuJu, dressed as Santa Claus, on Tuesday at the Mall at Robinson. All benefits were donated to the Homeless Children’s Education Fund. Smith-Schuster met with the kids from the Homeless Children’s Education program before the event and signed autographs and brought gifts.
(Photos by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Steelers #SteelersNation #JuJuSmithSchuster #JuJu #SantaClaus #TotalSportsEnterprises #HomelessChildrensEducation #HereWeGoSteelers #dogs #dogsofInstagram #PGPhotos

#Repost @digspgh ・・・
Temperatures have been dropping for weeks, but Pittsburgh finally got its first snowfall of the season this week. This photo of a horse-drawn plow was taken on Dec. 9, 1928, following that year's first blanketing. @digspgh has the details on where this was taken!
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #photojournalism #history #photography #blackandwhite

Willie Stargell's statue is outlined in the morning snow Thursday along Federal Street on the North Shore.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #WillieStargell #Pirates #PittsburghPirates #PNCPark #LetsGoBucs #snow #Pittsburghsnow #winter #PGPhotos

Duquesne Light linemen compete in the Duqesne Light Lineman's Rodeo at the company's Woods Run Training Center on the North Side on Saturday.
(Photo by Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #DuquesneLight #PGPhotos

Gianna Cafeo, 5, of Canonsburg, came to the Canonsburg Municipal Building with her father, Joe, to pay their respects to fallen police Officer Scott Bashioum, who was killed in an ambush shooting early this morning. Another officer was also wounded.
(Photo by Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Canonsburg #PGPhotos

Festival of Lights: Arthur Engle, 51, of Squirrel Hill adjusts the lights atop his vehicle Tuesday. He was getting ready for the menorah parade during the First Night of Hanukkah celebration at Temple Rodef Shalom in Oakland. The celebration of Hanukkah ends on the evening of Dec. 20.
(Photos Lake Fong/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Hanukkah #FirstNight #TempleRodefShalom #FestivalofLights #TempleRodef #PittsburghHanukkah #PGPhotos

Kristen Hanze, left, 51, and Steven Hutsenpiller, 54, visit the roadside memorial for David Lee Bianco, Bianco's fiancee, Kaylie Meininger, and their daughter, at the intersection of Route 38 and Route 48/​Jacks Run Road in their town of North Versailles on Saturday. Bianco was killed with his family on Thanksgiving when their car was struck by a driver during a car chase with police. "I don't know who they are but we pass by here and knew we had to stop," said Hutsenpiller. "My heart feels for them. I'm a changed man. I feel nothing but the love for these people that I don't even know."
(Photo by Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #PGPhotos

Finding Santa: Noah Hewitt, 18, of Indiana gets his birthday wish — to meet Santa Claus. He almost missed the opportunity Thursday when he arrived late for school because of the snow. But Santa was called back to the lobby, where Noah greeted him with a hug. The group Presents from Police, made up of officers from more than 20 Pittsburgh-area police departments, delivered gifts to patients at Children's Institute of Pittsburgh and students at The Day School, a school within the institute for children with special needs.
(Photo by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Santa #SantaClaus #TistheSeason #TheDaySchool #ChildrensInstituteofPittsburgh #PresentsfromPolice #Pittsburghpolice #PGPhotos

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Katia Cobb, 10, looks toward former Steelers player Hines Ward after receiving autographed photos of him among other gifts during a Christmas party for residents of The Salvation Army Family Caring Center on Thursday at Hines Ward's restaurant Table 86 in Seven Fields.
(Photo by Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Steelers #SteelersNation #HinesWard #SalvationArmy #SalvationArmyFamilyCaring #PGPhotos

Finding Santa: Noah Hewitt, 18, of Indiana gets his birthday wish — to meet Santa Claus. He almost missed the opportunity Thursday when he arrived late for school because of the snow. But Santa was called back to the lobby, where Noah greeted him with a hug. The group Presents from Police, made up of officers from more than 20 Pittsburgh-area police departments, delivered gifts to patients at Children's Institute of Pittsburgh and students at The Day School, a school within the institute for children with special needs.
(Photo by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Santa #SantaClaus #TistheSeason #TheDaySchool #ChildrensInstituteofPittsburgh #PresentsfromPolice #Pittsburghpolice #PGPhotos

David Smith of Wexford encourages his daughter Joey Smith, 4, as the two make snow angels on Thursday in North Park.
(Photo by Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Wexford #snow #snowangels #winter #Pittsburghwinter #NorthPark #NorthParkPGH #PGPhotos

#Repost @digspgh ・・・
Temperatures have been dropping for weeks, but Pittsburgh finally got its first snowfall of the season this week. This photo of a horse-drawn plow was taken on Dec. 9, 1928, following that year's first blanketing. @digspgh has the details on where this was taken!
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #photojournalism #history #photography #blackandwhite

Willie Stargell's statue is outlined in the morning snow Thursday along Federal Street on the North Shore.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #WillieStargell #Pirates #PittsburghPirates #PNCPark #LetsGoBucs #snow #Pittsburghsnow #winter #PGPhotos

The U.S. Postal Service has announced plans to issue a Fred Rogers stamp in 2018 to coincide with the 50th anniversary of PBS's "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." Rogers’ show, filmed in what is now the University of Pittsburgh’s Music Building, remains one of Pittsburgh’s largest contributions to American popular culture. To mark the occasion, we’re sharing this 1995 photo from a segment about roller skating safety. Find more history through the link in our bio!
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #history #photography #blackandwhite #misterrogers

Santa JuJu: Steelers player JuJu Smith-Schuster lets Jameson Marrow, 4, of Coraopolis, hold his dog Boujee King Schuster during an event held by Total Sports Enterprises where fans paid to get their photo taken with JuJu, dressed as Santa Claus, on Tuesday at the Mall at Robinson. All benefits were donated to the Homeless Children’s Education Fund. Smith-Schuster met with the kids from the Homeless Children’s Education program before the event and signed autographs and brought gifts.
(Photos by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Steelers #SteelersNation #JuJuSmithSchuster #JuJu #SantaClaus #TotalSportsEnterprises #HomelessChildrensEducation #HereWeGoSteelers #dogs #dogsofInstagram #PGPhotos

Parishioners with a painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe walk down the aisle at St. Paul Cathedral for the celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe's Mass on Tuesday in Oakland. Led by Bishop David A. Zubik, the annual Mass for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe was held in both Spanish and English and featured a mariachi band and community gathering at the end. Parishes from South Oakland, Butler, Beechview, Plum, and Meadow Lands all contributed to the procession. In the Catholic tradition, the legacy of Our Lady of Guadalupe is one of protection, support, and help.
(Photos by Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Guadalupe #VirginGuadalupe #OurLadyofGuadalupe #Catholic #CatholicMass #VirgenGuadalupe #SpanishMass #PGPhotos

Festival of Lights: Arthur Engle, 51, of Squirrel Hill adjusts the lights atop his vehicle Tuesday. He was getting ready for the menorah parade during the First Night of Hanukkah celebration at Temple Rodef Shalom in Oakland. The celebration of Hanukkah ends on the evening of Dec. 20.
(Photos Lake Fong/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Hanukkah #FirstNight #TempleRodefShalom #FestivalofLights #TempleRodef #PittsburghHanukkah #PGPhotos

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Anyone ask for pictures of dogs playing in snow? No? Here yinz go anyways. Daisy, 2, center, growls at Buddy, 1, while playing in the snow on a cold afternoon on Tuesday at the South Side dog park.
(Photos by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #SouthSide #SouthSidePGH #dogs #dogsofinstagram #snow #animals #snowdogs #PGPhotos

The sun sets over a farm freshly covered in light snow on Tuesday in Portersville, Butler County.
(Photo by Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #pgh #412 #snow #winter #Pittsburghwinter #farm #farmlife #ButlerCounty #PGPhotos

Officer Chad Green helps Montana Dawson, 8, with his gingerbread house on Tuesday at West View Elementary in West View. West View Borough police officers spent time building gingerbread houses with kids during the "Bigs in Blue" program in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh.
(Photo by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #BigsinBlue #BigBrothersBigSisters #WestView #police #PGPhotos

Temperatures have been dropping for weeks, but Pittsburgh finally got its first snowfall of the season today. This photo of a horse-drawn plow was taken in Schenley Plaza Dec. 9, 1928, following that year's first blanketing. In the background is the Cathedral of Learning just two years into its construction. Find more historic scenes through the link in our bio! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #photojournalism #history #photography #blackandwhite

Amish children walk in the mild snow during recess Tuesday in Mercer County.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #MercerCounty #Amish #recess #snow #winter #PGPhotos

Tragedy struck a Munhall block on Dec. 5, 1929, when a faulty gas line exploded along a stretch of Eighth Ave. The blast destroyed most of the local post office and a street car in the wrong place at the wrong time. Six people died, while more than 50 suffered a range of injuries. Jagged metal, glass and volunteers suddenly flooded nearby streets and homes, but more danger remained hidden underground. Less than 24 hours later, a line under the Star Drug Store (seen in the final picture) blew when a plumber lit a lamp in the shop’s basement. That explosion injured four and was attributed to line damage from the previous day. According to Pittsburgh Press coverage, Munhall police spent several weeks inundated with panicked callers who mistook popping tires for more explosions. Find more Pittsburgh history through the link in our bio. #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #photojournalism #history #photography #blackandwhite

Scenes from Monday's "Shop with a Cop" event at in North Versailles. Deputies from the Allegheny County Sheriff's Office and members of the U.S. Marine Corps came out to Walmart to be Santa’s little helpers and shop for presents with children and their families.
(Photos by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Shopwithacop #Walmart #NorthVersailles #Christmas #Holidays #Holidayshopping #USMarineCorps #MarineCorps #Santa #SantaClaus #Santashelpers #PGPhotos

Students at Avonworth High School watch as rescue workers extract victims from a mock automobile crash in the school's parking lot on Monday. The goal of the event was to keep students from getting behind the wheel while under the influence or getting in the car with someone impaired.
(Photos by Steve Mellon/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Avonworth #AvonworthHighSchool #mockcarcrash #PGPhotos

Abby Cartus, left, a graduate school student at the University of Pittsburgh, and Douglas Ward, right, a United Steel worker, chant slogans outside Sen. Pat Toomey's office while The Grinch listens on Wednesday Downtown. Members of the USW Graduate Student Organizing Committee and their fellow Pitt students delivered letters to Toomey, urging him to keep anti-education provisions passed by the House of Representatives out of the final version of the tax bill.
(Photos by Lake Fong/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #politics #taxbill #gradstudents #USW #PatToomey #Toomey #DowntownPGH #taxbillprotest #protest #PGPhotos

This May 16, 1941 photograph shows a houseboat on its way from the South Side to Sharpsburg. The houseboat owner hooked an outboard motorboat to his home, tied various belongings to a raft and several smaller boats and chugged away. In the background is the West End Bridge. Find more Pittsburgh history through the link in our bio. #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage

Kali Minick, 15, of Plum, works out with her father Jeff Minick on Wednesday at Boyce Park. The two regularly use wood for box jumps and weights. Kali Minick is a high jumper, cheerleader and dancer at Plum High School.
(Photo by Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #BoycePark #exercise #PGPhotos

December's full moon, known as the Cold Moon, rises over One PPG Place late Friday afternoon.
(Photo by Bob Donaldson/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #ColdMoon #PPGPlace #PPGPlaza #moon #PGPhotos

Two women who chained themselves to the Grant Street entrance of Downtown's Grant Building released themselves from the revolving doors at around 8:40 this morning, ending a small demonstration against U.S. Senator Pat Toomey's support for a controversial tax plan passed in the small hours of Saturday morning. Those working in the building, which houses Toomey's Pittsburgh office, were told to use a side entrance -- and to blame Toomey's vote for any inconvenience.
(Photos by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Toomey #Toomeyprotest #PatToomey #taxbill #protest #GrantBuilding #PGPhotos

Leo Zambori, 6, skates around a Christmas tree at PPG Plaza. Leo, a leukemia patient at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, was promised by his parents that if he was good during his interview with KDKA, they would take him ice skating.
(Photo by @antonellac_photography)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #PPGPlace #ppgicerink #icerink #iceskating #christmastree #PGPhotos

A view of I-279 North and Downtown Pittsburgh on Wednesday night, as seen from the Spring Hill-City View neighborhood on the North Side. (Photo by Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette) #pittsburgh #PGH #412 #pittsburghlife #steelcity #traffic #PGphotos

What's your #drive ?
"Work hard, never give up, be active, network, try new things, taste everything". Jonathon Weber #thursdaythoughts
Can you live by these words? At PIT Shop we are and that is why we are sharing more with all of you. Check the link in the bio for our new blog post, where we review protein gummies. Also, stay tune for more snack reviews in future posts.

An aging junk car roared up a ramp at South Park, soared over a parked bus, then crashed onto the roofs of a row of other junkyard vehicles. Follow @digspgh for the full story behind this thrilling 1963 moment! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos

An aging junk car roared up a ramp at South Park, soared over a parked bus, then crashed onto the roofs of a row of other junkyard vehicles. Photographer Morris Berman was on hand to capture the stunt show, which attracted 15,000 spectators to the Allegheny County Fair on Thursday, Oct. 29, 1963. The show was staged by Keith “Stoney” Roberts, who told the Post-Gazette no one had ever been killed in his acts. In fact, he said, more danger is found on a highway. That’s where Roberts lost his left arm in a 1947 auto accident. Find more thrilling moments from Pittsburgh history through the link in our bio! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #cars #stunts

Scenes from Saturday's 35th Annual Dirty Dozen Bicycle Ride at the Bud Harris Cycling Track in Highland Park. 450 participants peddled up 13 of Pittsburgh's steepest hills. Details on our site. (Photos by Pam Panchak/Post-Gazette) #pittsburgh #PGH #412 #dirtydozen #biking #pgphotos

People buy their Christmas trees at Candle Tree Farms just west of Washington, PA on Friday. As many say, Christmas starts the day after Thanksgiving! (Photos by Bob Batz Jr./Post-Gazette) #pittsburgh #PGH #christmas #candletreefarm #PGphotos

We thought we'd celebrate Thanksgiving with some color. These photos come from an unmarked folder of color negatives. All we know about them is that they were shot at some point during the 1970s. In the first photo, you can see the Cathedral of Learning's discoloration from years of heavy air polution. If you recognize any of the other locations, we'd love to hear from you! Find more of Pittsburgh's hidden gems through the link in our bio. #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #landscapes

In this archived photo, Pittsburgh was still a city of “sweat and gold,” smoky and burgeoning with economic activity. Its population peaked that year, and a significant number were first and second-generation immigrants from Eastern Europe. Can yinz guess the year? @digspgh has the answer and more! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage

In 1935, Pittsburgh was still a city of “sweat and gold,” smoky and burgeoning with economic activity. Its population peaked that year at 690,328, and a significant number were first and second-generation immigrants from Eastern Europe. We know very little about this photograph, besides its date and the following information written on the back: “The city of Pittsburgh with very little smoke looking East from junctions of Rivers forming Ohio.” Find more city scenes through the link in our bio! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage

Wondering how to give back this Thanksgiving? Setting the SEEN co-hosts @nataliebenci and @sarab_pg preview how to become food rescuers for a day, thanks to the 412 Food Rescue app. Full video online and on our Facebook page!
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #SettingtheSEEN #Thanksgiving #charity #412foodrescue #foodrescue #PGPhotos

Scenes from Thursday night's City Game at the Petersen Events Center between Duquesne University and University of Pittsburgh. Duquesne came out on top, 66-53. The win was the eighth in the past nine meetings for Duquesne, which has won each of those games by at least eight points.
(Photos by Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #CityGame #NCAAW #basketball #womensbasketball #Duquesne #DuquesneWBB #Pitt #H2P #PittWBB #Duquesnebasketball #Pittbasketball #PGPhotos

Spotted at Heinz Field before tonight's Steelers-Titans game: Mt. Lebanon native Joe Manganiello. Swipe right for more pregame photos!
(Photos by Matt Freed and Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Steelers #HereWeGoSteelers #PittsburghSteelers #SteelersNation #LetsGoSteelers #HeinzField #JoeManganiello #TNF #ThursdayNightFootball #PGPhotos

Steelers fans tailgate before the game against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, outside Heinz Field in the North Shore.
(Video by @stephchambersphoto/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Steelers #PittsburghSteelers #HereWeGoSteelers #LetsGoSteelers #SteelersNation #Steelersfans #NFL #TNF #ThursdayNightFootball #HeinzField #PGPhotos

While Pittsburgh’s tech revolution has lead some outside observers to dub it “Roboburgh,” the city has had a claim to the name for longer than they realize. Allegheny County is currently home to self-driving cars, but robot makers of the 1950s were less interested in utility. Westinghouse, for example, built a mechanical man named Elektro. Elektro’s claim to fame was his ability to smoke a cigarette. This unique attribute earned Elektro an official guest spot on KDKA-TV, during which his sole purpose was to sit around and smoke. This photo, taken Jan. 30, 1955, shows KDKA disc jockey Ann Gillis giving Electro a light. Find more moments from Pittsburgh history through the link in our bio! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #robots #technology

#Repost @digspgh ・・・
Long before a mountain of vinyl records fell victim to Chicago’s 1979 “Disco Demolition Night,” they became an unsung casualty of World War II. In 1942, two young women from Pittsburgh broke discs for the benefit of a Sun-Telegraph photographer. Check out the full details at @digspgh.
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #music #worldwar2 #ww2 #wareffort #1940s

Vultures, macaws, a crow and others fly in for a show that aims to be entertaining as well as educational at the @national_aviary. Check out the full video and story on our Facebook page! (Video by Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Aviary #NationalAviary #birds #Vultures #macaws #crows #PGPhotos

Long before a mountain of vinyl records fell victim to Chicago’s 1979 “Disco Demolition Night,” they became an unsung casualty of World War II. In 1942, two young women from Pittsburgh broke discs for the benefit of a Sun-Telegraph photographer. Published beneath the picture was a caption urging people to donate their cracked, broken and worn out dance records so the materials in the discs could be recycled. The request came shortly after the War Production Board ordered a 70 percent cut in the production of new phonograph records. Record production consumed about 30 percent of the nation’s supply of shellac, a resin desperately needed by the armed forces. Find out more about Pittsburgh’s record-breaking fever through the link in our bio!  #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #music #worldwar2 #ww2 #wareffort #1940s

@Regranned from @pittsburghpg - The sun peers through the low layer of fog over the Ft. Pitt Bridge with a blanket of fog leading up Mount Washington looking toward the Monongahela River Thursday morning.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #fog #weather #CityofBridges #SteelCity #OhioRiver #sunrise #PGPhotos - #regrann

Rich Gottfried, center, carries the main Torah as a few other members of the New Light Jewish congregation march with Torah scrolls along Denniston Street on Sunday to their new home at 5898 Wilkins Ave. The procession began in front of the old synagogue at 1700 Beechwood Boulevard.
(Photo by Nate Guidry/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Torah #NewLightJewish #PGPhotos

Penguins players came out to Rainbow Kitchen in Homestead after practice and served a Thanksgiving meal to residents today.
(Video by Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Penguins #PittsburghPenguins #LetsGoPens #LetsGoPenguins #NHL #Thanksgiving #PGPhotos

Scenes from Saturday's Veterans Day Parade in Downtown Pittsburgh.
(Photos by Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #VeteransDay #veterans #VeteransDayParde #PGPhotos

Fall colors can be seen from the hills of North Park on either side of North Ridge Drive in McCandless.
(Photo by Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #fall #fallweather #fallcolors #fallfoliage #foliage #NorthPark #Pittsburghweather #PGPhotos

Steel City NROTC midshipmen stand during a ceremony honoring Veterans Day at Carnegie Mellon University on Friday in Oakland.
Photo 2 and 3: Navy ROTC midshipmen Jacob Arai, Andrew Pierce, and Coby Sartin perform the morning color detail during the ceremony.
Photo 4: Steel City NROTC staff salute.
(Photos by Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #VeteransDay #NROTC #SteelCityNROTC #midshipmen #NavyROTC #CMU #CarnegieMellon #CarnegieMellonUniversity #PGPhotos

The sun peers through the low layer of fog over the Ft. Pitt Bridge with a blanket of fog leading up Mount Washington looking toward the Monongahela River Thursday morning.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #fog #weather #CityofBridges #SteelCity #OhioRiver #sunrise #PGPhotos

Gunnar Warrick, 14, of Shaler, receives a snow shower from Hudson Nasse, 13, of McCandless, while tying his skate at opening night of the season at the North Park Ice Rink on Thursday in McCandless.
(Photo by Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #NorthPark #NorthParkIceRink# iceskating #icerink #PGPhotos

Chris Copeland, right, and Josh Archer, both of Squirrel Hill, enjoy the view during a lunch break in the Oakland Square neighborhood on Thursday.
(Photo by Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #oakland #oaklandpgh #fall #fallweather #fallcolors #fallfoliage #foliage #PGPhotos

What are your favorite holiday treasures? On this week's #SettingTheSEEN, co-hosts @nataliebenci and @sarab_pg discover some as they preview one of the homes on this year's #SymphonySplendor Holiday House tour, which benefits the @pittsburgh_symphony_orchestra. This is the first year these eight homes have been featured on a house tour! You can check out the full video online and on our Facebook pages!
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #symphony #Pittsburghsymphony #Pittsburghsymphonyorchestra #SymphonySplendor #SettingtheSEEN #SEEN #PGPhotos

A wave of fog covers the side of Mount Washington early Thursday. The Trimont condominium tower rises out of the fog, upper right.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #fog #Pittsburghfog #MountWashington #MtWashington #PGPhotos

Ah, the things we find in our archives. Head on to @digspgh for the full story here of this pic.
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #clowns #circus #ringlingbros

Dakota James had a focused mind, a sharp wit and a soft spot for older generations. A graduate student at Duquesne University, he had plans to go to law school. Dakota was gay and because of that, his parents worried for his safety. After a night of barhopping with a co-worker in January 2017, he disappeared as he presumably was walking to a bridge on his way home. In March 2017, his body was found in the Ohio River. Was this a hate crime? Or could it have been an accident, as the medical examiner ruled? We explore his disappearance in "Three Rivers, Two Mysteries." Link in our bio.
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #podcast #mystery #mysteries #Pittsburghmysteries #DakotaJames #PGPhotos

The young mothers in the picture above planted themselves and their children across the new Rankin Bridge in 1951 to protest. “No sidewalk, no traffic,” was their demand. See how this standoff between concerned parents and city officials played out through the link in our bio. #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #infrastructure

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