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Anchorage Pub Run honors Boston victims

BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News Lacey Brown placed 176 eyeliner dots on her face one for every injured person and three dots on the other side for the fatalities of the Boston Marathon explosions to carry them with her during the weekly McGinley's Pub Run in Anchorage on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. About 350 people took part in the 3-mile run that began with a moment of silence near the start at Skinny Raven Sports.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News Timely Cox pins on a race bib honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions as about 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News Lacey Brown placed 176 eyeliner dots on her face one for every injured person and three dots on the other side for the fatalities of the Boston Marathon explosions to carry them with her during the weekly McGinley's Pub Run in Anchorage on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. About 350 people took part in the 3-mile run that began with a moment of silence near the start at Skinny Raven Sports.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News Timely Cox pins on a race bib honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions as about 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News About 350 people took part in the weekly McGinley's Pub Run on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. The 3-mile run began with a moment of silence outside Skinny Raven Sports in downtown Anchorage for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions on Monday.
Bill Roth
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