The Week In Photos: Feb 4-12

The week in pictures in Pittsburgh as seen through the eyes of our photojournalists.

Reed Dance II dancer Jaumair Garland, 15, of Mt. Washington, improvises to an arrangement of “We Shall Overcome” sang by the Urban League Youth Choir at the 33rd Annual Urban League on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, at Central Baptist Church in the Hill District. The service launched the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, which works to build opportunities for African Americans in the region. (Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
Calvin Miller shovels and salts the sidewalk in front of his Beechview house Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, on Fallowfield Avenue. (Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette)
Asia Harper plays a 14-year-old in the midst of a heroin overdose during a dress rehearsal for XYLO at the Ryan Arts Center Theater on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, in McKees Rocks. XYLO chronicles a teenage girl during an opioid overdose. Creative Founding Director Trevor Miles said he was inspired to create the production after one of his young students told him about their experience using heroin. “I knew it was important to talk about with the youth and our community,” said Mr. Miles. “We want to talk about what it looks like, what it smells like, what does she experience, what she hears and how it ends.” The show debuts noon Saturday at the Ryan Arts Center. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
Skylar Burnheimer tries to get the attention of Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby on Monday, February 5, 2018, during the team’s 10th annual open practice at PPG Paints Arena. (Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)
Annie Corbin shares a moment with her daughter, Arianne, while watching a promotional video for the Solevo Wellness Center on Monday, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, in Squirrel Hill. Ms. Corbin and her daughter are featured in the video. Ms. Corbin is an employee at Solevo, which is a dispensary for medical marijuana. Her daughter endured debilitating seizures as a child until the family tried medical cannabis they obtained after moving to Colorado. “If you can save one kid’s life, then it’ll all be worth it,” Ms. Corbin said. (Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
Central Catholic High School students celebrate as their team takes the lead against Butler in the fourth quarter of Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, in Oakland. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Two pedestrians pass each other in the snow on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, as steam billows from behind the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland. The moment was captured from the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Butler’s Tarik Taoufik flies over Central Catholic’s Justin Tarrant under the basket Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, at Central Catholic High School in Oakland. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Las Vegas’ goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury takes to the ice before his return against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, at PPG Paints Arena. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Las Vegas goalie Marc-Andre Fleury takes a deep breath before playing against his former team Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, at PPG Paints Arena. It was Fleury’s first visit to PPG Paints Arena since leaving the Penguins. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Owen Morrison, 3, of Munhall licks snow off his jacket Wednesday after falling from a sled, Feb. 7, 2018, at Frick Park in Squirrel Hill. (Jessie Wardarski/Post-Gazette)
A tugboat moves along the Ohio River toward the Dashields Lock and Dam on Monday, Feb. 5, 2018 in Edgeworth. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
Civil rights activist Tarana Burke talks about founding the #MeToo movement to a packed house at the Calvary Episcopal Church on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, in Shadyside. Ms. Burke started the movement 12 years ago to support people — especially women of color — who have been sexually assaulted. The social movement has spread internationally through social media and has become a rallying cry for victims of sexual assault and harassment. In October, nearly 12 million people responded to the #MeToo campaign in a 24-hour period, according to the Associated Press. (Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
Jane Barletta, of North Havoner, N.J., is reunited with Charley Pride, a 4-month-old Tonkinese she bred, while at the “Steel City Kitties” cat show on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018, at the Monroeville Convention Center. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Ashton Buckley, 24, dances with Derek Cernicky, 47, during The Night to Shine prom for people with special needs on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, at The Bible Chapel in McMurray. The event was sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and saw over 1,000 attendees. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Gena Cottrell cries at her home, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Penn Hills, while she recounts the story of how her son, Corey Clark, was wrongfully accused and imprisoned for a 2014 shooting. Old wounds were reopened after former Pittsburgh homicide detective Margaret “Peg” Sherwood was accused last week of false swearing, unsworn falsification, tampering with evidence, obstruction, hindering apprehension and false imprisonment. Clark served six months in jail but was killed shortly after his release. “She has hurt a lot of families and torn up a lot of families for no reason. Why?” Ms. Cottrell asked. “People don’t realize that — God sees all and God knows all, and you’re not getting away with anything. This is all that I have now. These pictures and my memories.” (Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
Keena Lawson, 8, right, and others walk their sleds up a hill Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, at Frick Park in Squirrel Hill. (Jessie Wardarski/Post-Gazette)