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This Week in Pictures: August 13-19

Each week Buffalo News photographers bring you a visual recap of the former week through the pictures and stories of WNY, highlights of news, entertainment and sports. We hope you enjoy a second look at our favorites, from the fair - to diners and football - to farewell concerts.

A group of women try to send "Patches" the water clown into the dunk tank on the Midway at the Erie County Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

A group of women try to send "Patches" the water clown into the dunk tank on the Midway at the 177th Erie County Fair. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more photos.

Buffalo Bills Jonathan Meeks and Duke Williams celebrate a breakup of a Indianapolis Colts pass during second quarter action at Ralph WIlson Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)

Buffalo Bills' Jonathan Meeks and Duke Williams celebrate a breakup of an Indianapolis Colts pass during second-quarter action at Ralph Wilson Stadium. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) See more.

Mariah Stephenson, 3, takes her time finishing up her pancakes at the Woodlawn Diner on Lake Shore Road in Hamburg, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. (Photo by Derek Gee)

Mariah Stephenson, 3, takes her time finishing up her pancakes at the Woodlawn Diner on Lake Shore Road in Hamburg. (Photo by Derek Gee) See more.

Dr. Elizabeth Tupper, a chiropractor and owner of Infinity Wellness in Orchard Park began doing cryotherapy the center, Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016. A client steps into the cryo chamber and nitrogen vapor is pumped in bringing the temperature to as low as -110 degrees celsius (-164 fahrenheit) to -130 celsius (-202 fahrenheit). The client stays in for three minutes. It's supposed to be very effective in reducing inflammation. Qadree Ollison, 19, of Niagara Falls, goes in for a session. He was a star running back with Canisius High and is now the starting back with the University of Pittsburg. A person's head remains outside of the chamber. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

Qadree Ollison, 19, of Niagara Falls relaxes during a cryotherapy session at Infinity Wellness in Orchard Park. Ollison was a star running back with Canisius High school and is the starting back with the University of Pittsburgh.  (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) Read more.

Amber Watroba and her daughter Mackenzi McMullen, 7, hang the little girl's wet towel on a backyard line. Amber provided a new inflatable above-ground pool for her from extra money she set aside from her nursing home aid pay-check. The single mom claims she doesn't need the millions of dollars a lucky lottery ticket would provide, but "a couple thousand would be nice to "fix things" in her rented apartment on Linden St. in Lackawanna. This was on Wednesday, June 22, 2016. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

Amber Watroba and her daughter Mackenzi McMullen, 7, hang a wet towel on a backyard line. Amber purchased the inflatable above-ground pool for her daughter with money she set aside from her nursing home aid paycheck. The single mom says she doesn't need to win millions of dollars in the lottery, but  "a couple thousand would be nice" to help "fix things" in her rented apartment  in Lackawanna.  (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) Read more.

Scenes from "Burden," the Torn Space Theater performance at Silo City. The show started inside the Marine A grain elevator and eventually moved onto the S.S. Columbia, an old Great Lakes passenger ship currently docked on the Buffalo river. This was onThursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

Scenes from "Burden," the Torn Space Theater performance at Silo City. The show started inside the Marine A grain elevator and eventually moved onto the S.S. Columbia, an old Great Lakes passenger ship currently docked on the Buffalo River.  (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more.

Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip performs at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton Canada on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)

Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip performs at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ont., during the band's farewell tour. Downie is suffering from terminal brain cancer. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read more.

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Extra police were called to Canalside Thursday evening after an overflow crowd broke through one of the fences surrounding the site of the weekly free concerts. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) Read more.

Wegman's workers organize children's books by age and readingg levels in the sanctuary at Seneca Street Chuch on the annual United Way Day of Caring in Buffalo, N.Y. on Wednesday Aug. 17, 2016. (John Hickey/Buffalo News)

Wegmans workers organize children's books by age and reading levels in the sanctuary at Seneca Street Church on the annual United Way Day of Caring in Buffalo. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) See more.

Delaware Park in North Buffalo is abuzz with activity seven days a week throughout the year. Photos on a typical day at the beloved Olmsted park, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. Juan Martinez, 20, of Buffalo, gives his little sister Serenity Rivera, 8, a hand as she learns how to ride a bike. After two hours, she got it. Big Brothers Big Sisters provided her with the bicycle. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

Delaware Park in North Buffalo is abuzz with activity seven days a week throughout the year. Juan Martinez, 20, of Buffalo, gives his little sister Serenity Rivera, 8, a hand as she learns how to ride a bike. After two hours, she got it. Big Brothers Big Sisters provided her with the bicycle. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

A full house gets ready for T-Pain to play Canalside in Buffalo Thursday, August 18, 2016. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News)

A full house gets ready for T-Pain to play Canalside in Buffalo. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) See more.

An attendee dressed as “ Las Catrinas” from the Sunset Overdrive game at Nickel City Con 2016 in the Buffalo Convention Center on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

An attendee dressed as “ Las Catrinas” from the Sunset Overdrive game at Nickel City Con 2016 in the Buffalo Convention Center. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more.

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Pete Robinson, left, sings the National Anthem, as Lockport comes together to thank area first responders who helped at the scene of a massive blaze at a tire recycling facility. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) See more.

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Fair attendees watch an elephant perform at the 177th Erie County Fair. (Cathaleen Curtiss/Buffalo News) See more.

Long time fruit-belt resident and clergyman Pastor C.H. Walker II, from the "Back to Basics Outreach Ministries" was on hand to fellowship during a community picnic in a lot owned by a church on Mulberry St. in Buffalo on Wednesday, June 22, 2016. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

Pastor C.H. Walker II, from the "Back to Basics Outreach Ministries," and a longtime Fruit Belt resident, was on hand to fellowship during a community picnic in a lot owned by a church on Mulberry Street in Buffalo. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more.

See previous This Week in Pictures: Aug. 6 - 12July 30 - Aug.5July 23-29, July 16 -22, July 9-15, and July 2-8.

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