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Wednesday - July 3, 2013

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Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
A three-month-old Amur tiger cub visits with its mother as it ventures out in the yard at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Wednesday July 3, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Mike Andrews hangs red, white, and blue hats on his display stand on a sidewalk near Heinz Field on the North Shore, Tuesday, July 3, 2013. Andrews, of Brentwood, has been a vendor for ball games and summer events for 11 years. His display for the Fourth of July holiday features many items in patriotic colors.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
A flag is projected during the Spirit of America laser show at the Carnegie Science Center on Wednesday afternoon. The show, which runs until the 11th, includes songs from various American artists including John Fogerty, Garth Brooks, and John Cougar Melloncamp.
Justin Merriman | Trib Total Media
Zoe Mishkov, 4, of Oklahoma, in town visiting family in Monroeville, watches the Spirit of America laser show at the Carnegie Science Center on Wednesday afternoon. The show, which runs until the 11th, includes songs from various American artists including John Fogerty, Garth Brooks, and John Cougar Melloncamp.
Lindsay Dill | Tribune-Review
SWEET, SWEET SUMMERTIME Emma Ralston, 4, of Hannastown watches her lemonade stand as her sister and fellow entrepreneur Belle Ralston, 5, jumps rope in front of their mother's consignment shop on East Pittsburgh Street.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
A three-month-old Amur tiger cub visits with its mother near the moat as it ventures out in the yard at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Wednesday July 3, 2013.
James Knox
Folding chairs line the Fourth of July Parade route through downtown Canonsburg Wednesday July 3, 2013 saving spots for the annual Independence Day parade. Residents are alowed to place the spot-saving chairs after 6 am on July 2. As of 9 am July 3, most of the spots along the several mile-long route were taken.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Jari Villanueva of Baltimore plays taps on the battlefield at Gettysburg National Military Park where thousands of re-enactors and visitors on July 3, 2013, retraced the steps of the Confederate and Union armies during Pickett's Charge. The Pickett's Charge Commemorative March was part of the three-day observance of the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, from July 1-3.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Confederate Military Forces re-enactor Duane Clark of Elkhart, Ind., rests in a shady section of the battlefield at Gettysburg National Military Park on July 3, 2013, where thousands of re-enactors and visitors retraced the steps of the Confederate and Union armies during Picketts Charge. Pickett's charge occurred on July 3, 1863, during the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg. The Pickett's Charge Commemorative March was part of the observance of the 150th Anniversary of the battle.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Confederate re-enactors line up in front of spectators at Gettysburg National Military Park after participating in the Pickett's Charge Commemorative March on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, during the commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Several thousand Civil War re-enactors and visitors to Gettysburg National Military Park on July 3, 2013, retrace the steps taken by the Confederate Army during Pickett's Charge as part of a commemorative march to honor the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. The march occurred on the same day, location and hour as Confederate Gen. George Pickett led 15,000 Confederate soldiers in an attack on fortified Union lines on July 3, 1863.
Evan R. Sanders | Tribune-Review
So Han Young, formerly of South Korea and residing in Squirrel Hill, receives her America Flag after she receiving her certificate making her a citizen of the United States of America during the Presentation of Certificates at a Special Naturalization Ceremony held at Fort Necessity in Farmington on Wednesday, July 3, 2013.
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Sean Stipp | Tribune-review In the shadow of Old Glory An employee for Raimondo Inc. of Grensburg works on the exterior masonry restoration project at the Westmoreland County Courthouse in Greensburg on Thursday. Upper floors of the building leak when it rains, and caulking and repointing, or filling joints with mortar, will be a major part of the project.

Photographey from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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