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| Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, 9:00 p.m.
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A masked reveler dressed in a period costume takes part in the Venice Carnival. The image attracted memories of Venice from Trib social media followers.
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A masked reveler dressed in a period costume takes part in the Venice Carnival. The image attracted memories of Venice from Trib social media followers.

Heather Silversmith@Hope374

Dems are bringing guests from the “(expletive)hole” countries and people are wearing black in solidarity with sexual abuse survivors. Great ways to go if not boycotting. #BoycottStateOfTheUnion

Mike fine@MikeFine00

So top priorities are the First Lady and her attire ... maybe be concerned with THE STATE OF THE UNION!

— Responses to “What to watch in State of the Union: Melania, fashion, more”


Muffin Man@Nanook_66

It's slowly bleeding, and opening more venues is a desperate last ditch effort to gain tax dollars ... how about looking at controlling spending?

—Response to “Colin McNickle: Gaming revenue trends worrisome”

Mike Lankes

Maybe he will trade it for a few new lockers for PNC Park

—Response to “Pirates owner Bob Nutting is high bidder for W. Va.'s largest newspaper”


Donald Lake

They're paying (Matt) Murray almost $4 million so he should start. The team wanted him over (Marc-André) Fleury so they should play him. Most workers in America get 1-3 days bereavement leave. I think he's had plenty of time.

— Response to “Penguins' Matt Murray to start against San Jose Sharks”


Paul Sexton

What goes around comes around.........

— Response to “Ex-aide who sexually assaulted Pa. student found dead in prison”


Amy Killmeyer

Even the horses have the flu.

—Response to “190 horses quarantined at The Meadows after virus outbreak, racing suspended”


Jack Fraser

Add Trump to the list of oligarchs.

— Response to “U.S. issues ‘Putin list' of Russian politicians, oligarchs”


Venice is a beautiful place to see. But getting from the Grand Canal to San Marco Square is quite an interesting walk. Once you get there it is a beautiful place with gondolas and a great view. One of the many places I visited while living in Europe. But my favorite was Amsterdam.


I was lucky enough to visit Venice during Carnival. The costumes and atmosphere in general were just magical.

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