TOP: Kurt Anderson, 54, of Bethel Park expresses his thoughts against the teacher strike during a school board meeting on Thursday night in Bethel Park. BOTTOM: Bethel Park school board members listen as the public addresses the school board.
Kathleen Hower, CEO of Global Links stands with mattresses in their Point Breeze warehouse that will be shipped to Haiti to help with the aid of cholera victims. They will also be shipping linens, IV poles and soap to help with the outbreak.
Thelma Smith sits in her home on Andover Terrace in Oakland on Tuesday afternoon, October 26, 2010. The home bears a swastika in the concrete above the entrance. Built in 1912, long before Hitlers rise, the swastika is a Hindu symbol of the sun and is also a symbol of good luck. The builder of the home in 1912 named the home "Swastika" and is photographed at far right of the historic photograph.
Diane Robinson, 48, of Zelienople, Pa. smiles as she recovers in Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. Pitt basketball coach Jamie Dixon initially feared there were no survivors when he hastily stopped his car to pull a woman through a broken windshield of a sport utility vehicle that crashed in front of him. Dixon received minor cuts on his hands as he helped Robinson escape by prying back the windshield.
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Aaron Stubna, 39, owner of Lincoln Barber Shop in Bellevue sits in his shop on Tuesday afternoon, October 19, 2010. Stubna supports Bellevue becoming a wet town and allowing alcohol and believes that it can help revitalize the business district of the town.
Woodland Hills athletic director George Novak stands in a downpour as he makes remarks at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the school's new baseball and softball fields on Friday afternoon, October 15, 2010.
Bill Mazeroski sits near the former site of Forbes Field in Oakland to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1960 World Series and Mazeroski's famous home run that won the game for the Pirates on October 13, 1960.
Jay Willis plays the saxophone during a dedication of a mural in Wilkinsburg on Tuesday evening, October 12, 2010. The Wikinsburg Community Development Corporation dedicated the mural as part of the organizations public art program to preserve, restore and enhance the borough's appearance through artistic expression.
Marc Adams, owner of Bloom Cigar Company Inc., stands in his shop on the South Side on October 11, 2010. One of his patron's cars were towed on the South Side on Sunday during the crackdown on illegal parking.
Mario Lemieux stands next to a mosaic that was unveiled during a ceremony on Tuesday at the CONSOL Energy Center. The Mario Lemieux Foundation and the Pittsburgh Penguins unveiled the “Mario Mosaic” – a unique 20’ x 8’ tribute to the career of Penguins hockey legend and Hall of Famer Mario Lemieux, featuring over 10,000 images of Penguins fans and cancer survivors.
Kacey Jobkar, 18, of McDonald (left) yells, "Go home Shirley," speaking to the daughter of Fred Phelps the minister of the Westboro Baptist Church based in Topeka, Kan., who demonstrated in front of the Trinity High School in Washington, PA on Monday afternoon, October 4, 2010. Jobkar, Erin Blanchard, 25, of Avella (center) and Davina Ruschel, 35, of Washington (right) all have husbands deployed in Afghanistan and showed up to protest the independent fundamentalist group.