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Saturday – Nov. 29, 2014

Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
Along Fifth Avenue, Downtown, Wess Apshaga-Meaux, and Burning Dawn, play with fire to entertain the crowd during the WPXI Holiday Parade, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.
Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
The Steel City Angels entertain the crowd along Fifth Avenue during the WPXI Holiday Parade, Downtown, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.
Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
Natalie Pickens, of Hopewell, keeps bundled up as she celebrates her fourth birthday watching the WPXI Holiday Parade along Fifth Avenue, Downtown, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.
Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
Moving along Fifth Avenue, Downtown, the Strawberry Shortcake inflatable entertained all ages in the crowd during the WPXI Holiday Parade, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.
Justin Merriman | Trib Total Media
Tom Bullen of Swissvale gets his dog, Charlie's, photo with Santa at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society's Holiday Marketplace on the North Side on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.
Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
Making their way along Fifth Avenue, Downtown, the Pittsburgh Obama Academy Marching Band entertained the crowd during the WPXI Holiday Parade, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.
Sidney Davis | Trib Total Media
Zada feels, age 15 of Highland Park and a St. Louis, Missouri, native finishes speaking to a small crowd of protesters in front of East Liberty Presbyterian Church on Saturday Nov. 29, 2014. The gathering was in response to the no indictment decision in the Ferguson, Missouri, shooting death of Michael Brown by a police officer in that city.
Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Jenn Livingstone, leader of Girl Scout Troop 60007, finishes decorating the group's float with her boyfriend Ed Murawski during the 13th Annual Miracle on Main Street on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014. in West Newton.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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