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By KAREN KLEINBERGAssociated PressAP Special to the APOne of the first people I met at the University of Pittsburgh campus for the Roller Derby Carnival was Kelly Macdonald, who is the team’s food and beverage director.

Macdonald’s mother, JoAnn Macdonalds, owns a restaurant in Pittsburgh that specializes in local cuisine, and she invited me to take a peek.

I arrived in a white, white, blue, blue-green velvet car, a custom design designed by Macdonald and her brother-in-law, Paul Mcdonald.

There was a little sign on the window that read, “Come to the Carnival.”

The theme was a bit of a surprise to me.

It was a nod to the carnival’s history of celebrating Pittsburgh’s rich history.

I hadn’t realized that we had the tradition of the Carnival theme on our menu.

It’s a nod.

I’ve been to the Pittsburgh carnival for the past four years, and I have a feeling it’s a tradition that has grown in popularity in the city over the past 50 years.

The carnival began in 1877, when the city’s first roller derby team took up a position in the local arena.

The Pittsburghers soon began hosting the events on a regular basis, and the city became known for its fair-weather crowd.

The first derby season was held in 1911.

The city’s popularity and popularity in international competitions, however, led to expansion.

By the 1930s, there were more than 30 teams in the country.

By the early 1970s, the number of teams in Pittsburgh had more than doubled to about 20.

Today, there are more than 200 teams in 12 different states and territories.

The teams at the Carnival were born out of that enthusiasm.

They weren’t competing in any competitions, and they didn’t have a sponsor.

They were competing for a very specific group of people, in a place with a very strong community that was proud of their team.

The team’s slogan was, “Roller derby is the city of love.”

That was something that people could identify with.

The carnival was not about the numbers, but it was about what we had on our plate.

I remember one of my first days as a roller derby skater in Pittsburgh was to meet my first coach, the legendary Steve McConchie, who had been with the Pittsburgh Rollergirls for decades.

He had become the first coach of a team in the United States, and he introduced me to the idea that there was more to being a roller skate team than just skating, as we were called at the time.

It became a way of life for him.

We started doing our best, and it became a tradition.

I was introduced to the game by my father, who was a professional roller derby player, and we had a fun time.

There were a lot of great roller skaters in Pittsburgh, and that was an important part of our community.

When I was 10, I started skating with the family.

I started out at 5 years old and grew up skating with them for two years.

It helped me to learn what it was to be a part of the community.

We were also a roller skating team, and so we were always on the lookout for a new coach.

My father introduced me and my brother to a lot more coaches.

They taught me about the team, about the players, about what was going on, and about the community, and really helped me grow as a person.

It was really important to have someone like Steve McConnachys who was very involved in the community and who was really excited to have me on his team.

That really helped us grow and become a great team.

I think the people that I grew up with helped me as a young person grow up in the right direction.

The people that were close to me in my family were really supportive of me, and my mom and dad were very supportive of my brother-sister team.

It really helped to have a community of people who were supportive of you.

It made you more accepting of yourself.

The roller derby teams at Pittsburgh started out in 1911, and by the 1960s, they had grown to include about 200 teams.

The sport is now popular in several other countries, including Canada, Brazil, New Zealand, and England.

I am proud of my team, but the best thing about the Pittsburgh Roller Derby is that we are always evolving.

We are constantly learning, and as we grow, so do our sponsors.

We always strive to improve.

It has helped us to have great teams in other cities, as well.

The best thing that you can do is support your local team.

The team is one of the main reasons that we continue to do well.

That is a good thing.

I love that my team has been around so long, but I also love the fact that I have seen so many people come and