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The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Careholders meeting was networking central on Thursday night at the Hotel Monaco.
Learn about the POISE Foundation: The first public foundation in Pennsylvania organized and managed by African-Americans, founded in 1980.
What are some of the hottest party trends happening in 2017? Pittsburgh event planners and producers weigh in.
Leadership Pittsburgh Inc.’s annual Champagne Luncheon brought some of the best and brightest together on Tuesday at the Fairmont.
The New Pittsburgh Courier honored local African-American women impacting Pittsburgh at its Women of Excellence Luncheon, Friday, Downtown.
Sweet Madeline, a charitable fundraiser, was held on Saturday night at the Fox Chapel Racquet Club in Fox Chapel.
Roseanne Wholey, a Fox Chapel resident, reflects on more than 15 years of philanthropic efforts in Pittsburgh and why she gives back.
What prominent Pittsburghers are working toward in the New Year, and what they hope the city and country will work toward in 2017.
David Onufer and Paul Purdy rang in 2017 by tying the knot surrounded by 275 guests at the Act Hotel in East Liberty on New Year’s Eve.
The Pittsburgh Opera rang in 2017 with its annual New Year’s Eve gala, hosting more than 250 guests at the Carnegie Music Hall Foyer.
The 17th biennial Pittsburgh chapter of the Jack and Jill Ball was a cause for celebration on Friday night at the Omni William Penn.
The 2016 All Service Academies Ball was held on Wednesday night at the Omni William Penn, Downtown, to honor those in the U.S. military.
As the #SEEN editor, people always ask me, “Which are the best parties in town? Here are (even more) of the parties to attend in 2017.
Some gifts don’t come in boxes with bows, but wrapped in love. You can help these seven organizations change lives in Pittsburgh and beyond.
Part One: A look at some of the best parties you will just have to be #SEEN attending in 2017! Look for Part Two in next week’s edition.
Check out some of the best dressed who were #SEEN this year elevating the style game all over town.
Nearly 2,000 supporters came to kick off Mayor Bill Peduto’s re-election campaign during his ninth annual Holiday Party Wednesday night.
Guests braved the wicked weather outside to be cozy inside at The Allegheny Inn’s Holiday Party and Cookie Exchange on Saturday night.
More than 500 partygoers braved the cold to celebrate the holidays and check out exhibits at The Frick Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
Propelle, a networking group for female entrepreneurs, celebrated its fifth anniversary with a holiday party at COTERIE, Downtown.
Nearly 200 guests came to celebrate during Pittsburgh North Opitimist Foundation’s Toy Drive at the Fox Chapel Racquet Club.
BMe held its inaugural holiday fundraiser at a private home in Fox Chapel on Saturday night to support its community initiatives.
Fashion Alley, a runway show raising funds for charity, was held at Hollywood Lanes in Dormont on Friday night.
Annual benefit by the For Chapel Garden Club raises money for Pittsburgh-area gardens, parks and house museums.
The Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art hosted a Holiday Party for Special Guests on Tuesday inside the Music Hall foyer.
The Feast of Seven Fishes was held to benefit the Joseph A. Massaro Jr. Alzheimer’s Research Fund Sunday night.
The annual Christmas Tree Preview Party hosted by the Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art was held at the museum.
So many great events happening this holiday season like the Pittsburgh Mercy Reindeer Ball on Dec. 4! Were you #SEEN?
More than 900 people headed into the icy Ohio River for the Pittsburgh Polar Plunge on Saturday raising $350,000.
Designer Gil Walsh’s book tour began with a cocktail party and book signing Tuesday night at a private home.
WQED studios were transformed into a futuristic fete to celebrate the 12th anniversary of New Voices for Reproductive Justice Saturday
Catholic Charities St. Nick Soiree celebrated “It’s a Wonderful Life” in East Liberty on Thursday night with 250 guests.
Nearly 350 guests gathered for the first Green Light Gala supporting the National Alliance on Mental Illness Thursday night.
The Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel was the venue for the Season of Giving Gala to honor the late David Epperson.
The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s annual Ronald H. Brown Leadership Awards Gala was held Friday night at the Omni William Penn.
The South Side venue was filled with Broadway tunes at the gathering Nov. 28 to support the summertime musical theater company.
The Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh hotel, Downtown, on Friday night was a sea of girls in white dresses for the 53rd Medallion Ball.
What influential Pittsburghers are planning on doing to give back during this holiday season.
Kate Fletcher, 78, is the executive director of Hekima Place, an organization in Kenya dedicated to serving vulnerable girls. Her journey
The Community College of Allegheny County held its 50th anniversary celebration on Nov. 19 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel, Downtown.
The Pittsburgh Botanic Gardens honored legendary French chef Jacques Pepin at the annual Garden to Table event Downtown on Saturday.
Cafe con Leche held its second annual Fuerza Awards on Friday, highlighting contributions made by Latinos in Pittsburgh.
The YWCA held its 25th annual Racial Justice Awards dinner on Wednesday in Downtown’s Omni William Penn, honoring changemakers in the city.
Holy Family Institute held is annual luncheon on Tuesday afternoon honoring former resident, Eric Usselman.
The ACLU-PA held its annual human rights dinner on Mount Washington on Monday night and honored legal director Vic Walczak.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Association’s third annual Holiday Splendor Home Tour to benefit the PSO kicked off on Friday night.
Pittsburgh is exploding with great events to be #SEEN!
Natalie Bencivenga's SEEN documents Pittsburgh social life in all its diversity. Beyond the galas, the glitterati and the glamour, it chronicles the way we live today and the people who are engaged in making this community a vibrant place to live.
A Pittsburgh native who has a master's degree in social work, Ms. Bencivenga ran her own online lifestyle magazine for five years. She is broadening the reach of SEEN by expanding the kinds of events the Post-Gazette covers. She also heavily uses social media to engage readers so that even if they can't be at the party with SEEN, they'll be part of the party.
Send invitations to SEEN, 358 North Shore Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. Email Natalie Bencivenga or fax 412-263-1706.