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Sunday - November 10, 2013

| Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013, 11:24 p.m.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
The sun rises over the Monvalley as smoke slowly rises from the Edgar Thompson Works in Braddock on Sunday November 10, 2013.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Katie Jedlick (left) and Tom Dunmyer serve up platters of stuffed cabbage, pierogies and haluski at Polishfest Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 in the Cathedral of Learning. The family-oriented celebration recognizes the Polish culture through song, food, and crafts.
Bill Shirley | For The Valley News Dispatch
John Bailey, right, speaks to Dorothy Rogers of Brackenridge during his presentation on preserving military, family and personal history at the Allegheny-Kiski Vally Historical Society museum on Sunday, Nov.10, 2013 in Tarentum. Rogers served in the Marine Corps from 1966 to 1970 and appears in Bailey's documentary, 'Duty, Courage, Honor: The Alle-Kiski Valley Goes To War.'
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Using the bright yellow ginkgo biloba leaves that line Schenley Drive in Oakland, Jess Onufer tries out her new camera with friend Matt Wynn Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Fresh bread is offered to attendees at Polishfest Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 in the Cathedral of Learning. The family-oriented celebration recognizes the Polish culture through song, food, and crafts.

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