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Sunning photos of Mellon Arena from the Trib photographer

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(top) The second of eight retractable roof leaves fell to the Civic Arena floor on Tuesday, February 21, 2012, as workers continue to remove sections of the roof.  (James M. Kubus photo I Tribune-Review)

The Civic Arena continues to be demolished as seen here Monday, February 20, 2012.  (Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review)

Gary English, a staunch opponent to the demolition of the Civic Arena, gets a better look of the project through a fence Monday, February 20, 2012.  (Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review)

The Civic Arena continues to be demolished as seen here Monday, February 20, 2012.   (Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review)

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another important fact about the Civic Arena
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Pittsburgh Fact #039
The Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh is actually a flying saucer that crashed in Pittsburgh in the 1980’s, but the event was covered up by the Reagan administration. Though , one of the occupants of the spacecraft, named Alf, escaped, to later become the star of his own television show.

another important fact about the Civic Arena

pittsburghrules:

Pittsburgh Fact #039

The Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh is actually a flying saucer that crashed in Pittsburgh in the 1980’s, but the event was covered up by the Reagan administration. Though , one of the occupants of the spacecraft, named Alf, escaped, to later become the star of his own television show.

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