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Monday - March 4, 2013

| Tuesday, March 5, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
A pair of Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire firefighters break the windows of a apartment building on the corner of North Homewood and Bennett Street in Homewood on Monday March 4, 2013 to let out the smoke from a fire which filled the structure. Reportedly, one man was injured while transferring kerosene from one heater to another. The building was vacant except for a small retail space on the ground floor. Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
A cow is silhouetted against the blue sky as it grazes on grass in a field near Mt. Pleasant on Monday, March 4, 2013. Evan R. Sanders | Daily Courier
Stephanie Strasburg
A group of deer look up from eating grass at dusk on Monday, March 4, 2013, in Boyce Park.
Steve Dietz | Valley News Dispatch
A blanket-covered horse searches for bare ground to graze on in a snow-covered field along Constitution Avenue in Jefferson Township on Monday, March 4, 2013. Steven Dietz | for The Valley News Dispatch
Yoga instructor Kendell Romanelli, 42, of North Hills, leads a chanting demonstration in the Tropical Forest India exhibit at Phipps Conservatory in Oakland on Monday, March 4, 2013. The demonstration was a part of the Tropical Forest India Yoga Festival at the Phipps that will continue through March 7th. 'The yoga community in Pittsburgh is really lovely,' says Romanelli, who teaches at Schoolhouse Yoga and BYS Yoga in the Pittsburgh area. The chanting exercise was meant to show how the voice can be used as an instrument of healing. Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Ruth Shuster of Irwin dances with Bob Stewart of New Stanton as a polka band plays during her 92nd birthday party at McDonald's in Irwin on March 4, 2013. Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review

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