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Dave DiCello Jun 9
My plan was to sleep in today, after 3 straight 20 hour days at Arts Fest. But when my alarm went off at 4:30 & I looked outside, I had a feeling the sunrise was going to be a good one. Got into just in time to capture this 8 image pano. Well worth the lack of sleep.
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Odd Pittsburgh Jun 12
49 Years ago today on June 12, 1970: In one of the strangest and most interesting days in sports history. Dock Ellis pitched an eight-walk, 2-0, no hit-victory while high on LSD for the
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Trey Reininger Jun 12
Ariana was crying during raindrops and wasn’t even able to finish the song😢
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Lindsay Ward Jun 10
Security guards continue to check out booths at Point State Park. Thousands of dollars worth of art was stolen from in . Details on
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Shelley Stamp Jun 13
Yup. I cried. As predicted. But Lois Weber now has a Pennsylvania State Historical Marker outside her birthplace in . Thanks to and Weber’s descendants for joining the dedication ceremony. And to Lauren Uhl of the Heinz for making it happen.
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Office of the Mayor Jun 9
This afternoon, Mayor joined thousands of residents on the streets of to celebrate !
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City of Pittsburgh Jun 8
The pride flag flies and ’s City-County Building glows ahead of tomorrow’s marches and celebrations for .
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Dave DiCello Jun 13
Yesterday at Arts Fest, someone commented on this aerial image, which is hanging right next to a black & gold bridge one, and suggested I try the selective color edit on it. I had never thought to do that, but I think it looks pretty cool. Will be doing more of these.
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South Hills Weather 9h
Let’s see if these storms keep sliding south... could dump a quick .5 - 1.0 of rain if cells train over the same spot
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Vitric7 7h
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Dave DiCello Jun 15
Downtown was very patriotic last night, as some of the buildings in the city were lit up red, white and blue in honor of Flag Day. Really cool to see the synchronization across the city, and it gave the skyline a subtle, unique look.
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Dave DiCello Jun 15
Today was another one of those mornings where I just wanted to sleep in, but I can't tell you how glad I am that I didn't. The sunrise was absolutely incredible in this morning, with vibrant colors spreading far and wide above the city and the Duquesne Incline.
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邱智刚_ 樹根視頻 20h
Old school hip- pop song by my friend OT from . We had a lot of fun making this video. Hope you can enjoy it:) . Edited by
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Lewis Erick Jun 15
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Michelle Gillikin 15h
Had the best lunch today at Coppola's in Carytown! Reminded me of being in the Strip District of 🇮🇹❤️💚
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Dave DiCello Jun 14
Let me start by saying that I did absolutely nothing to the color in this image; in fact, I actually desaturated it. The sunrise from last Friday in was out of this world, and the glow of the towboat and barge passing underneath it was just the icing on the cake.
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh Jun 7
🐊 WATCH: A second alligator was captured in Pittsburgh on Thursday night! This comes less than a month after an alligator was captured near a trail at Southside Riverfront Park! The alligator was taken to Humane Animal Rescue.
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Odd Pittsburgh Jun 14
A view of 's Point with Exposition Park in the background. Taken sometime after 1907 but before 1915, for the Union Bridge is no longer standing & the Manchester Bridge was yet to be built. Also, note that the Roller Coaster still standing at the Point.
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Port Authority PGH Jun 13
It may seem like yesterday that these black, red and white buses were seen in , but believe it or not it’s been 20 years! Buses with this color scheme, originally chosen by public contest in the 1960s, were last in service around 1999.
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Vigaroo News 8m
Personalities of Pittsburgh: Ryan Green of Gridwise
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