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Saturday - May 11, 2013

| Saturday, May 11, 2013, 9:15 p.m.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Mason Tomlin and Erin Bowens, fifth graders from Linden Elementary ,get ready to dance the rumba in the Dancing Classrooms Pittsburgh: “Colors of the Rainbow” 2012-2013 Final Team Matches at Allderdice High School in Squirrel Hill, Saturday. The team from Linden came in as runners up to the winner, Lincoln Elementary.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Devaunghtaye Moore, 11, of Lincoln Elementary school waits to go on at the Dancing Classrooms Pittsburgh: “Colors of the Rainbow” 2012-2013 Final Team Matches at Allderdice High School in Squirrel Hill, Saturday.
Daniel Kubus | For The Tribune-Review
Roommates Josh Penrose from Johnstown (accounting), Gage Arnold from Dumfries, Va., (mathematics) and Mike O'Donnell from Herndon, Va. (computer science) pose for a picture before the 167th annual commencement of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, PA on May 11, 2013. More than 300 undergraduate and graduate student received their degrees.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Alison Clark, 6, and her brother Matthew Clark, 4, of Aspinwall get a ride in the 'Max Express' while attending the Boyd Community Center Gardenfest and Artist Market in O'Hara Township Saturday. Max, an Alaskan Malamute and an alumni of Animal Friends shelter, was with his owner Ron Papik of Butler raising awareness about the local no kill shelter.
John Altdorfer
Banner dancers perform during the Silk Screen fundraiser for the Asian-American Film Festival at the Rivers Club.
Yough's Brad Bisko (bottom) slides in safely at second base as the ball skips away from Knoch's Chase Voltz during baseball playoff action on Saturday, May 11, 2013, at Fox Chapel High School.
Rebecca Emanuele | Trib Total Media
Ligonier Valley High School senior Katie DeMayo shares a little pre-prom humor while huddled with friends during the heavy downpour at the Ligonier Diamond on Friday evening, May 10, 2103. Breaking News Alert...
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