Theresa Vagasky, 77, and Don Zappa, 83, are crowned King and Queen of Valentines Day at the Southwestern Veterans Center's Valentine’s Day Program for veterans, family and friends on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. The event was hosted by the Military Order of the Purple Heart and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Military Order of the Purple Heart and featured Valentine theme songs, dance music, name that tune, and Valentine’s Day cards. When asked what she thought of being Queen for the day, Vagasky said, "It's marvelous."
Sarah Jacobson, 20, gets a kiss from her boyfriend, Joey Neubert, 21, both students at the University of Pittsburgh at a kissing booth sponsored by the Kappa Delta sorority on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. The booth was part of the "You Make Me Smile" campaign with a message of boosting confidence in students and brightening people's day.
The Most Reverend William J. Waltersheid, Auxiliary Bishop of Pittsburgh, performs mass at UPMC Mercy Hospital on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 as part of World Day of the Sick, a global observance held annually since 1992 to remind the faithful to pray for those who are sick as well as the alleviation of human suffering, to recognize and honor those who work in health care, and caregivers.
Curt Eakman, the owner of Penn Hills Monuments, is taken into custody by Penn Hills detective William Trogler, right, and District Attorney's Office detective Jackelyn Weibel, left, after his arraignment at Magisterial District Judge Leonard Hromyak’s courtroom in Penn Hills on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 5, 2014. To find out more about this story read Chris Togneri's coverage in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.