Night of 1,000 Elvises, The Warhol’s signature fundraiser, was held on Saturday night with more than 500 guests getting all shook up.
Global Links held its annual fundraising event at its headquarters in Green Tree on Saturday.
The Off Kilter with Tropicalia event was held Friday night and it was a feast for the senses!
Enjoy more fabulous events happening in Pittsburgh!
About 4 percent of adults over 35 plan to wear a political costume this Halloween, the third most popular variety for older adults.
The American Academy of Pediatrics today issues its first update of safe-sleep guidelines in five years.
Stylebook: 'Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion' exhibition coming to Carnegie Museum of Art in 2017
The show examines seven years of the Dutch fashion designer’s haute couture creations and how they incorporate inventive technology.
Leaders for Literacy held its biggest fundraiser of the year on Thursday afternoon.
The Garden Club of Allegheny County’s PIZZAZZ preview party was held at the Fox Chapel Golf Club Wednesday night.
A preview party for the PBS special “Hamilton’s America” about the blockbuster Broadway play “Hamilton” was held at Wigle Whiskey.
American Middle East Institute’s ninth annual conference dinner was held at the Carnegie Museum Music Hall in Oakland.
Perlora Loft is open in the old St. Elmo’s bookstore building on East Carson Street on the South Side.
Her namesake collection features 30 fit-for-fall pieces for teen and tween girls. Find it at Nordstrom and online at MaddieStyle.com.
A daughter takes pleasure when the luggage is on the other foot.
Survival classes at Pittsburgh-area REI stores aim to prepare you for the undead ... or other urban disasters.
Golden retrievers have been deployed to soothe families from the Sandy Hook school shooting to the Orlando nightclub massacre.
Turns out you can stuff just about anything into an omelet, including fried rice, as presented in a gorgeous new cookbook/travel guide.
Romp n’ Roll in Shaler will be closing Nov. 30. The new owners want to turn the facility into a warehouse and showroom.
Reinhold Residential will hold an open house at 5-8 p.m. Oct. 27 to unveil a $7 million renovation of Shadyside Commons, 401 Amberson Ave.
Shadyside couple add harmony, color notes and visual rhythm to a shady urban lot.
O’Hara was once much bigger than its current 7.3 square miles. In 1892, Sharpsburg expanded and took a chunk of the township.
By his design, light and space fill architect Joseph Indovina’'s 5,200-square-foot house in O’Hara.
Facilities cited by Allegheny County Health Department for numerous health violations.
Penn State University study reveals negatives and positives of viewing selfies on social media.
The Supper Club, a farm-to-table restaurant in the Greensburg Train Station, will close early next year.
Someone called 911 at 10:51 a.m. to report a fire at Triangle Bar & Grill on Monongahela Ave.
Lots of spooky fun on the calendar for the weekend before Halloween.
AMPD has spared little expense in converting the club into an Izakaya-style Asian restaurant that will seat about 225 people.
Take some time this season to enjoy the beautiful colors with your young learner, and try some autumn science while you’re at it.
Labatt commissions an artist to capture local flavor on cans and in a mural for PPG Paints Arena.
By the 1940’s, Isaly’s had become the largest dairy chain in the world, operating nearly 400 stores across Western Pennsylvania,
The restaurant in the new Tower Two-Sixty near Market Square puts heavy emphasis the molasses-based spirit.
New website extols virtues of ‘Greek liquid gold’ in hopes of stimulating flagging Greek economy.
Jennifer Burfield said getting back into the kitchen has been like “going home” after a successful relaunch of Regent Square restaurant.
Got kids? These ooey, gooey bars are perfect for school concession stands.
The Downtown restaurant near the David Lawrence Convention Center serves as many as 300 people on a busy Saturday night.
Production of 30,000 jars and availability at 80 Giant Eagle stores propel the Pittsburgh-area company to expand.
Trump masks are outselling the Hillary masks 3-1, according to one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of Halloween costumes.
Pork or beef, either is fine for Helen Struzzi Collins, who worked as a coil winder on Westinghouse transformers in the 1930s.
Dating someone from a different culture causing clashes? Natalie has the answers!
The Big Dipper isn’t really missing from the autumn sky. You just need to know where to look for it.
Tony Gemignani made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for creating the world’s largest pizza.
An affordable housing organizer says Philadelphia’s resource “has a mixture of preserving, rehabbing and building new.”
A free meal for more than 300 people on Grant Street Sunday brought light to the issue of food access.
So much to do, so little time! Check out even more great events happening across the city in this week’s edition of #SEENintheCity!
Girls Hope Pittsburgh celebrated its 25th anniversary with a black tie gala.
Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania celebrated 100 years of service with its annual War on Women art show and fundraiser.
The Duquesne Club teamed up with Wigle Whiskey to create a tasting event infused with the honey produced from the club’s apiary.
The Ellis School celebrates the once-in-a-lifetime More Power to Her, Ellis Centennial Gala at the Carnegie Museum Music Hall.
Nearly 130 supporters meandered through the current art exhibit at Every Child Inc.’s benefit, Out of the Fire, on Friday evening.