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Saturday - March 15, 2014

| Saturday, March 15, 2014, 9:15 p.m.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Nicole Birmingham holds her daughter, Claire, 4, of Upper St. Clair, as she touches the newly-shaven head of her nanny, Quinn LaDuke, 20, of Mt. Lebanon, Saturday, March 15, 2014. Quinn had her head shaved bald to support little Claire's best friend, 3-year-old Lorna Sullivan, who has leukemia. The shaving event was held at Claddagh Irish Pub in the South Side Works, who partnered with St. Baldrick's Pittsburgh, as part of their St. Patrick's Day celebration.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Jack Shorthouse, 13, of Crafton, loses his thick, wavy hair to stylist Jen Vensel's clippers, Saturday, March 15, 2014. Jack was with a group from St. Phillip's in Crafton. The shaving event was held at Claddagh Irish Pub in the South Side Works. The goal of the event was to shave 100 heads and raise $100,000 to fund childhood cancer research. Volunteer stylists from the Parlor Salon and Spa in Monroeville donated their time and talent to the fundraising event.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
The moon rises over Pittsburgh as pictured with the 16th Street Bridge in the foreground Saturday evening March 15, 2014. The full moon phase is Sunday.
Heidi Murrin | Tribune-Review
'It reminds me of a dress from ancient Greece. This is perfect. I love it!' said Anne Deschenes, 18, of Green Tree. She was shopping for a prom dress at the Allegheny County Department of Human Services annual Project Prom giveaway at Century III Mall Saturday, March 15, 2014. In rear is family friend Sandra Henry of Dormont and her father Lester Deschenes. Anne will be attending the prom at Brashear.
Jason Bridge | Valley News Dis
Nathan Johnson, of Tarentum, a volunteer leader with Allegheny Valley Young Life, rocks in his rocking chair next to his wife, Bobbi, as they and a few dozen others took part in a 'rock-a-thon' fundraiser in which participants rocked in chairs for 10 hours to raise money for the Young Life foundation at the Pittsburgh Mills Mall in Frazer Township on Saturday, March 15, 2014. The group believed they would raise around their goal of $8,000 at the event.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Bruce McElhaney, dressed as a leprechaun, riles the crowd with members of the Drimnagh Boxing Club from Dublin, Ireland on the Boulevard of the Allies during Pittsburgh's St. Patrick's Day Parade, Saturday. McElhaney, 43, of Findlay owns MaxxCo, a civil contracting company, which sponsored the club as Team Ireland. The Irish boxers will face off against Team Pittsburgh for the Ambassador’s Cup Trophy at the inaugural “Pittsburgh Donnybrook” amateur boxing event on Monday at The Priory on the North Side. Riding with the team is McElhaney's daughter, Mallory.
Evan Sanders | Tribune-Review
Brothers Kole (left) and Kyle Hodak, both 6 of Indiana, wait Saturday, March 15, 2014, for the Indiana Borough St. Patrick's Day parade to start along Philadelphia Street in Indiana. The brothers were participants in the Wee Laddies and Lassies Leprechaun Look-Alike Contest prior to the parade.

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

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