Week in photos July 31 to Aug. 6, 2020

Pirates pinch-runner Cole Tucker leaps onto Kevin Newman to congratulate him after he hit a pinch-hit walk off single to defeat the Twins, 6-5, in the ninth inning Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, in Pittsburgh. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Leslee Gremba yells out a paintings price to a motorist as she oil paints Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, on her front porch along South 18th Street in the South Side Slopes. “I always was at a point where I felt I wasn’t good enough…and I thought I should just do what I love,” said Ms. Gremba, a self-described “world’s best lunch lady” at Pittsburgh Phillips K-5 Elementary School. “So I started painting things I love…my kids, the South Side, the steps…People seem to respond to it. It gives me a purpose when I’m sitting at home during the pandemic and to keep going.” (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
A group of people gather outside Al’s Cafe for a rally organized by the Southwestern Pennsylvania Restaurant and Tavern Association, on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, in Bethel Park. The group was calling on the state to ease restrictions on restaurants and bars. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
The Pirates have placed fan cutouts in a section of seats at PNC Park Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, in Pittsburgh. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Jamal Wilson, 25, of Tampa, Fla., tries to catch a golf ball hit by Hannah Flook, 22, of Tampa, Fla., in Schenley Park on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 in Oakland. “I play baseball for the Washington Wild Things but I like to golf on the side,” Wilson said. (Lily LaRegina/Post-Gazette)
Bishop David Zubik leads the Diocese of Pittsburgh Chrism Mass, Tuesday, August 4, 2020, at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Oakland. This year, due to COVID-19 concerns, only a select few members of clergy were in attendance, while the rest of the priests in the diocese could watch the live-streamed service online. (Alexandra Wimley/Post-Gazette)
Members of the clergy process into St. Paul’s Cathedral for the Diocese of Pittsburgh Chrism Mass, Tuesday, August 4, 2020, in Oakland. Usually this mass is held on Holy Thursday and all priests in the diocese would be invited to attend. This year, due to COVID-19 concerns, only a select few members of clergy were in attendance, while the rest of the priests in the diocese could watch the live-streamed service online. (Alexandra Wimley/Post-Gazette)
Vivian Bey poses for a portrait Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, at her home in Homewood. Mrs. Bey was asleep around 1:45 a.m. last fall when she awoke to what she thought was a car crashing into her house. It was the police and a SWAT team. They had kicked down her door, thinking that her address was where a kidnapped woman was. They acknowledged that they had the wrong house once Vivian’s daughter arrived to be with her. They apologized but her door was ruined
London Andrews, 18, of Wilkinsburg, wipes down tables at the newly opened DunkinÂ’ in Wilkins Township on Monday, August 3, 2020. Dunkin continues to open stores during the pandemic. “We have timers set every 30 minutes for employees to wash their hands and wipe down tables,” general manager Glenn Belko said. (Lily LaRegina/Post-Gazette)
People paddle board and kayak on North Park Lake on Monday, August 3, 2020 in North Park in McCandless. (Emily Matthews/Post-Gazette)
A heron takes flight from North Park Lake on Monday, August 3, 2020 in North Park in McCandless. (Emily Matthews/Post-Gazette)
Emily Hannon, of Baldwin, an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation, wears a face shield and mask as she listens to a speaker during a “National Day of Resistance Against Unsafe School Reopening” rally, hosted by her party Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, outside of the Pittsburgh Public Schools administration building in Oakland. (Alexandra Wimley/Post-Gazette)
The waterfall at Settler’s Cabin Park on Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, in Collier. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
With the helping hands from the Physical and Occupational Therapy programs at Chatham University, Emma Waldron, 4, from Wheeling, W. Va., who was born with cerebral palsy, takes off in her new modified toy car as Chatham University students walk along during the school’s “Go Baby Go,” car give-away to five families with children with mobility disabilities Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020 in East Liberty. (Pam Panchak/Post-Gazette)
Michelle Sipple of Gibsonia, stands with her son Cody, 18. The loss of her son’s routines, seeing friends at school, and the end of in-person education in favor of online learning has been very difficult and stressful, Ms. Sipple said.
(Steve Mellon/Post-Gazette)