Find Xante in this Pittsburgh skating scene


The pre-holiday frenzy should be giving way to relaxation by now. Consider this page a pause that seeks to refresh: Gaze upon every nook and cranny and hunt for the image of Xante, one friendly canine.

We've also populated the ice rink at PPG Place Downtown with a variety of Pittsburgh figures, present and past. See if you can collect them all.

Look for:

Christina Aguilera, pop singer

John Allison, Post-Gazette Sunday editor

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Lee Baierl, car dealer

Batman

Jerome Bettis, former Steelers running back

John R. Block, Post-Gazette publisher

Esther Bush, president and CEO, Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

Andrew Carnegie, steel baron

Rachel Carson, environmentalist

Rob Cochran, car dealer

Myron Cope, sports broadcaster

Sidney Crosby, Penguins captain

Tom Cruise, actor

Lynn Cullen, radio personality

Billy Eckstine, band leader/singer

Jackie Evancho, young singer

Rich Fitzgerald, Allegheny County executive

Henry Clay Frick, industrialist, coke baron

H.J. Heinz, processed food entrepreneur

Lena Horne, singer

Jaws

Wiz Khalifa, rapper

Mario Lemieux, Penguins owner

Sophie Masloff, former Pittsburgh mayor

Mac Miller, rapper

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl

Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers quarterback

Fred Rogers, children's TV personality

Jonas Salk, virologist who developed polio vaccine

Rick Sebak, TV personality

David Shribman, Post-Gazette executive editor

Kristine Sorensen, KDKA-TV anchor/reporter

Johnny Unitas, quarterback

Andy Warhol, artist

Cyril Wecht, forensic scientist/lawyer

August Wilson, playwright

Solution: There's Xante!

Illustration by: Ed Yozwick, James Hilston and Daniel Marsula of the Post-Gazette

With compliments to The Lady, the British weekly magazine

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First Published December 24, 2012 5:00 AM


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