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Friday - November 30, 2012

Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - Lincoln Undzius, 2, of Canonsburg, gives a tiny wave to the locomotive in the Pittsburgh 'S'-Gaugers American Flyer train display. The display was part of the Locomotion Weekend at the Carnegie Science Center on the North Side, Saturday, December 1st, 2012.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>  Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>Lincoln Undzius, 2, of Canonsburg, gives a tiny wave to the locomotive in the Pittsburgh 'S'-Gaugers American Flyer train display. The display was part of the Locomotion Weekend at the Carnegie Science Center on the North Side, Saturday, December 1st, 2012.
Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review - Christine Rigby, 23, of East Liberty is silhouetted against hand painted grocery signs as she talks about Group Against Smog and Pollution's project Bicycle Air Monitoring Program at a private event at Schwartz's Market on the South Side on Saturday, December 1, 2012. The project attaches air quality monitors to Pittsburgh residents' bikes, monitoring hot spots for air pollution by location as they ride their daily routines throughout the city. Schwartz Market is undergoing a transformation, and brought in booths of organizations and vendors for the day's events to attract ideas for what could emerge from new use of the South Side space.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review</em></div>Christine Rigby, 23, of East Liberty is silhouetted against hand painted grocery signs as she talks about Group Against Smog and Pollution's project Bicycle Air Monitoring Program at a private event at Schwartz's Market on the South Side on Saturday, December 1, 2012.  The project attaches air quality monitors to Pittsburgh residents' bikes, monitoring hot spots for air pollution by location as they ride their daily routines throughout the city.  Schwartz Market is undergoing a transformation, and brought in booths of organizations and vendors for the day's events to attract ideas for what could emerge from new use of the South Side space.
Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review - Julie Charles (center) 33, of Uptown writes in sidewalk chalk outside of the Squirrel Hill PNC Branch on Forbes Avenue with fellow activist Eva Mergner (right) 48, of O'Hara while Mergner's daughter, Joy Laurenson, 4, also of O'Hara watches on Saturday, December 1, 2012. Charles, who is a member of Earth Quaker Action Team, closed her account with PNC Bank in protest of the bank's investment in companies that practice mountaintop removal coal mining.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>     Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review</em></div>Julie Charles (center) 33, of Uptown writes in sidewalk chalk outside of the Squirrel Hill PNC Branch on Forbes Avenue with fellow activist Eva Mergner (right) 48, of O'Hara while Mergner's daughter, Joy Laurenson, 4, also of O'Hara watches on Saturday, December 1, 2012.  Charles, who is a member of Earth Quaker Action Team, closed her account with PNC Bank in protest of the bank's investment in companies that practice mountaintop removal coal mining.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review - Detroit's Evan Bruinsma (#33) goes up for a rebound as University of Pittsburgh's Dante Taylor (#11) comes in from behind during the second half of their game on Saturday evening at the Petersen Events Center.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>  Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review </em></div>Detroit's Evan Bruinsma (#33) goes up for a rebound as University of Pittsburgh's Dante Taylor (#11) comes in from behind during the second half of their game on Saturday evening at the Petersen Events Center.

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