Photo Gallery: Yarn and yoga on the Warhol Bridge
About 500 people joined a yoga class Sunday on the “yarn-bombed” Warhol Bridge.
Two weeks after volunteers covered much of the Allegheny River span in knitted panels as part of a public art project, people gathered for a Knit the Bridge festival that included a day of events.
Clothing-maker Lululemon Athletica hosted the free, hour-long yoga practice.
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