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Wednesday - September 18, 2013

| Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Ed Rawson, Moving the Lives of Kids Art Center's Chief Operations Officer, stands in front of one of their new murals along Penn Avenue in the Strip District on Wednesday evening, September 18, 2013.
Jim Ference | The Valley Independent
Brittany Lynch of Fayette City and her son Aiden Hinebaugh 4, skip rocks in the Youghiogheny River at Cedar Creek Park on Wednesday, September 18,2013.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Point Park University freshmen Miya Nicole Woodbury, 18 of Homestead takes a call in between classes Downtown Wednesday, September 18, 2013.
Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Artist Lindsay Herforth, 28, of Uptown, works on a piece of pottery at Little House Big Art in Polish Hill on Wednesday. Little House Big Art is an open studio with different supplies and tools where people can come in to make jewelry, knit, make or paint pottery, use sewing machines, create paintings and frames, as well as work on other crafts. A BYOB space, Little House Big Art has recently been the stage for parties, dates, and other crafty get-togethers. 'When someone is stuck or if they want to make something, I will sit with them and help them figure it out for as long as they want,' said Herforth, who said one of her favorite things is to help people with the numerous creative challenges they bring to the space.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
Scott Smith, owner of East End Brewery, powerwashes some barn wood in his parking in East Liberty on Wednesday September 18, 2013. Smith plans to use the wood in a new retail space he is developing for the brewery.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
University of Pittsburgh, Marquis Cofer 18 (left) and Dillon Tranquillo, 18, both of Oakland take advantage of the warm afternoon to chase down a frisbee in front of the Cathedral of Learning,
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Margo Lynch reads a book in the sun on her lunch break outside the Frick Fine Arts building in Oakland, Wednesday, September 18, 2013.
Louis B. Ruediger | Leader Times
Around we go Ryan Freeman, 3, of Kittanning, enjoys the afternoon on Wednesday at John Weyland Park , along West High Street in Kittanning, along with Brooke Hileman, 4, of the Donna Gabler Daycare during her recess time. The official days of summer are waning. Sunday is the first day of autumn. Wednesday September 17, 2013
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Korean War veteran Augustine Kopcho and other members of the Armbrust Veterans Honor Guard offer a military salute tribute during a POW/MIA Recognition Day Vigil on Sept. 18, 2013 hosted by the 14th Quartermaster Company Family Readiness Group.
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Bugler Ray Zimmerman plays 'How Great Thou Art' in memory of his friend John Spisso during a POW/MIA Recognition Day Vigil on Sept. 18, 2013 hosted by the  14th Quartermaster Company Family Readiness Group. Spisso, of Latrobe, who died April 14, 2013, was a decorated combat veteran of World War II, serving in the Southwest Pacific Campaign with the famed 38th Infantry Division, 'The Avengers.'
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Stevo Sadvary, a mosaic artist from Pittsburgh, works on cutting ceramic tiles to complete an artwork project around a garden planting at the Natrona Riverfront Park on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. The project was coordinated with Natrona Comes Together.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Tim Ging from Bethel Park celebrates being the first in line for tickets Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at PNC Park for the Pirates run into the post-season.
Heidi Murrin | Tribune-Review
Michelle Shaw of South Park runs the South Park fairgrounds' bleachers for exercise Wednesday, September 18, 2013.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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