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THE PICTURE PAGE

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How cold was it?: Dealing with Monday morning's bitterly cold temperatures downtown are Jack Ganghi, above, and Brian Meyer (not The Buffalo News reporter), left.

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The old fishing hole: Ice fishermen ignore the cold Monday morning at the Small Boat Harbor. Above, Jeff Neubert, of the Town of Tonawanda, is joined by his golden retriever, Rex. At right, Chris Becker drills a hole in the ice as Steven Moore looks on. Both are from Lancaster.

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Museum exhibit: Tom Courtney and his 3-year-old daughter, Ava, look at the character they created by matching the head, body and legs of the characters on display Monday in the Buffalo Museum of Science on the opening day of the "The Chronicles of Narnia," a traveling exhibition that will be on display through May 8. At left, the armor of King Miraz is part of the exhibit. Story and additional photos on Page B1.

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The gift of fitness: Maurice Robinson, 10, tries out one of 10 Cybex weight training machines from the University at Buffalo football program that were donated to the Community Action Organization's Partners in Learning and Urban Sports program. Standing at left is Demeris Johnson, director of the program. At right is Derrick Bishop Jr., coach of the youth football team on which Maurice is quarterback. The machines are in the Edward Saunders Unity Center on Bailey Avenue.

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