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Sunday - Sept. 27, 2015

| Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, 6:48 p.m.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
A supermoon, or perigee full moon, rises near Downtown Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. A supermoon occurs when a new or full moon is closest to the earth. This was the closest full moon of the year.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
A supermoon, or perigee full moon, rises behind Downtown on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. A supermoon occurs when a new or full moon is closest to the earth. This was the closest full moon of the year. A lunar eclipse was expected late Sunday.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
A supermoon, or perigee full moon, rises near Downtown Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. A supermoon occurs when a new or full moon is closest to the earth. This was the closest full moon of the year.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
A supermoon, or perigee full moon, rises near Downtown on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. A supermoon occurs when a new or full moon is closest to the earth. This was the closest full moon of the year. A lunar eclipse was expected late Sunday.
Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
Samuel Mueller leads all runners as they head down Forbes Avenue in Squirrel Hill, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. The Auburn, AL resident went on to win the 10K in 31:23.
Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
Tess, 6, and Benjamin Thorpe, 8, (from bottom,) give high-5's to Great Race runners with their cousins Nicholas, 6, and Anna Thorpe, 8, along Forbes Avenue in Squirrel Hill, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
Runners in the Great Race head down Forbes Avenue in Squirrel Hill, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
Evan Sanders | Trib Total Media
Glass artist Dan Sullivan makes a pendant at his booth, Original Glass Worx, at the Mt. Pleasant Glass & Ethnic Festival on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
The Tower at PNC Plaza in Downtown, shown Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, is nearly complete.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
Jose Balbuena, 4, left, shakes mini maracas to the rhythm of a live trio musical group, with his cousins Giovana Garcia, 6, Aylin Garcia, 3, and sister Evany Balbuena, 6, all of the North Side during the FedEast block party on Boyle and Parkhurst Streets in the Allegheny City section of the North Side Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
Nevaeh Shomo, 12, left, and Keshawn Peters, 6, both of the North Side, play a paddle ball game along Parkhurst Street during the FedEast block party on Boyle and Parkhurst Streets in the Allegheny City section of the North Side Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
Neighbors partake in food, music, games and art projects during the FedEast block party on Boyle and Parkhurst Streets in the Allegheny City section of the North Side Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
St. John Vianney in Allentown. Bishop David Zubik is considering closing the church because it requires $1.2 million in work and is facing financial deficits.

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

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