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Sunday - Nov. 6, 2016

| Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016, 5:54 p.m.
Six C130s from the 911th Airlift Wing fly over Pittsburgh during an excercise Nov. 6, 2016.
Ben FIlio | For the Tribune-Review
Six C130s from the 911th Airlift Wing fly over Pittsburgh during an excercise Nov. 6, 2016.
Magician Lee Terbosic works himself free from a straitjacket while susupend by crane 90 feet above Liberty Avenue Sunday, November 6 in downtown Pittsburgh. Terbosic is recreating the stunt performed by Harry Houdini 100 years to the day at the same location in downtown Pittsburgh.
Jack Fordyce
Magician Lee Terbosic works himself free from a straitjacket while susupend by crane 90 feet above Liberty Avenue Sunday, November 6 in downtown Pittsburgh. Terbosic is recreating the stunt performed by Harry Houdini 100 years to the day at the same location in downtown Pittsburgh.
Magician Lee Terbosic is lifted into place while Sunday, November 6, 2016 while attempting to recreate the straitjacket escape performed by Harry Houdini 100 years to the day at the same location in downtown Pittsburgh.
Jack Fordyce
Magician Lee Terbosic is lifted into place while Sunday, November 6, 2016 while attempting to recreate the straitjacket escape performed by Harry Houdini 100 years to the day at the same location in downtown Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh native and nationally touring magician Lee Terbosic takes a bow in front of the crowd gathered on Liberty Avenue Sunday, November 6 2016. Terbosic successfully recreated the straitjacket escape stunt performed by Harry Houdini 100 years to the day at the same location in downtown Pittsburgh.
Jack Fordyce
Pittsburgh native and nationally touring magician Lee Terbosic takes a bow in front of the crowd gathered on Liberty Avenue Sunday, November 6 2016. Terbosic successfully recreated the straitjacket escape stunt performed by Harry Houdini 100 years to the day at the same location in downtown Pittsburgh.
Bil Dawson spends the afternoon on the Allegheny River in Tarentum on Sunday as the fall season winds down.
Bil Dawson spends the afternoon on the Allegheny River in Tarentum on Sunday as the fall season winds down.
The Kidney Walk was held at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016.
Ben FIlio | For the Tribune-Review
The Kidney Walk was held at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016.
John DeCosta, Fernanda Martins and Elaina Groff of Brazil pose for a photo with the National Kidney Foundation mascot at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Sunday Oct 6.
John DeCosta, Fernanda Martins and Elaina Groff of Brazil pose for a photo with the National Kidney Foundation mascot at the Pittsburgh Zoo on Sunday Oct 6.
Actor Bryan Cranston, of Breaking Bad fame, stops and chats with Brian Behan, his wife Kelly and son Henry of Avonworth at Fuel and Fuddle in Oakland to campaign for Hilary Clinton on Nov. 6, 2016.
Ben FIlio | For the Tribune-Review
Actor Bryan Cranston, of Breaking Bad fame, stops and chats with Brian Behan, his wife Kelly and son Henry of Avonworth at Fuel and Fuddle in Oakland to campaign for Hilary Clinton on Nov. 6, 2016.
Bryan Cranston and Steve Carrell pose with Anna Yanisko of Allentown at the Strip office for Hilary Clinton.
Bryan Cranston and Steve Carrell pose with Anna Yanisko of Allentown at the Strip office for Hilary Clinton.
Leonard Korir of Colorado Springs won first place at the EQT 10 Miler race on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016.
Ben FIlio | For the Tribune-Review
Leonard Korir of Colorado Springs won first place at the EQT 10 Miler race on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016.

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