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The Allegheny Land Trust welcomed guests to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium on Saturday night to celebrate the work of its volunteers.
Hundreds turn out to support Planned Parenthood and the work it does to support women’s causes.
Iota Phi Foundation and Iota Phi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. held an awards dinner in Cheswick, Pa. on Saturday night.
Shadyside Splendor organizers and musicians hit all the right notes at the patron party Saturday and house tour Sunday.
Supporters of the Ladies Hospital Aid Society learn how to make special cocktails during its fall fundraiser, Mind Body & Spirits.
The Garden Club of Oakmont held its 11th annual Holiday Luncheon at Oakmont Country Club, Wednesday.
Charlie and Latasha Wilson-Batch hosted “In the Pocket With Charlie Batch” at Latitude 360 in North Fayette to support literacy programs.
A sweet first-time event, The Chocolate Bar at the Benedum presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust attracted nearly 750 chocolate lovers
Roughly 380 guests came dressed to impress at Friday night’s inaugural Carnegie Fling! event showcasing art, fashion and design.
Nearly 200 guests gathered to celebrate the YWCA’s 24th annual Racial Justice Awards.
The Red Shoe Ball Speakeasy & Casino had nearly 250 guests playing games of chance for Ronald McDonald House Charities Saturday night.
Fundraiser supports the Twenty-Five Club, a group of women who have helped support Magee-Womens Hospital for more than 75 years.
There is such a variety of wonderful things happening around town...be sure to check out this week’s #SEENintheCity!
Contemporary dance is the spotlight for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s annual fundraiser that brought in $490,000.
It’s all about the kids when it comes to Variety the Children’s Charity.
AMC Loews Waterfront in Homestead was party central on Thursday night for roughly 300 patrons who enjoyed a special premiere of “Spectre”.
This year, Women’s Health Conversations did a little pre-gaming with a fun cocktail party the night before the big event.
More than 400 gathered at the Westin Convention Center to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Go Red For Women Fashion Show on Thursday.
So many events, so little time! Check out even more events #SEEN this weekend.
From Yelp’s Monster Bash to a HEAVEN-ly Halloween party, there was plenty to choose from to make this weekend frightfully fun!
The 12th annual Leading Ladies Gala was held at the Westin Convention Center hotel, Thursday night.
More than 150 guests enjoyed a first look at the newly renovated Frick Car and Carriage Museum and Education and Community Centers.
Women for a Healthy Environment were talking about healthy beauty at Jay Verno Studios, Tuesday night.
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More than 275 people attended the Day of the Dead celebration in Green Tree on Friday night.
More than 400 partygoers enjoyed the party on Thursday night at Phipps Conservatory in Oakland.
Northside Common Ministries honored people in the community doing great work for others on Friday night at the North Side event.
More than 400 guests came to support the UPMC Senior Communities Benevolent Care Program on Wednesday night.
Nearly 300 supporters attended the second annual Stand Up for Standing Firm Awards Luncheon at the Omni William Penn, Tuesday.
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Rock Steelers Style 2015 was the event to be #SEEN at on Friday night.
The Andy Warhol Museum welcomed roughly 300 partygoers dressed as their favorite “Andy” on Saturday night.
The eighth annual Hill of Hope Gala honored past board chair Brenda Tate on Saturday night in Uptown.
Former executive director of The Pittsburgh Project, Saleem Ghubril, endured a roast and toast Tuesday night.
PIZZAZZ kicked off the shopping extravaganza with a preview party.
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A Pittsburgh Fashion Story merged with The Masked Ball on Saturday night to create a glamorous event.
The Pittsburgh Opera’s 61st annual Diamond Horseshoe Ball dazzled guests on Friday night at the Omni William Penn Hotel, Downtown.
The annual satirical musical revue on the local political and media scene was presented to benefit Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
A crisp fall evening warmed up for the 7th annual Hartwood Fest, which featured a massive bonfire and stable soriee.
Oakland Forever kicked off with a tech crawl on Thursday night.
There are so many great events happening around Pittsburgh. Check these out.
Fundraiser held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center raises $12 million.
High school sweethearts, Jay and Bonnie Mangold, discovered their love of giving back to the community from a young age.
Supporters of Pittsburgh’s midwife center celebrate its expansion plans with a party in the Strip District.
Grow Braddock’s inaugural event to support Braddock Farms welcomed close to 800 partygoers on Sept. 27 with a feast for the senses.
Geovette Washington, new senior vice chancellor and chief legal officer at University of Pittsburgh, is honored at a reception.
Motivational speaker Carol Briney inspires crowd at Multiple Sclerosis Society benefit held at the Priory on the North Side.
POWER celebrates 25 years of helping women in early recovery during South Side party.
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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, 34 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Email Natalie Bencivenga or fax 412-263-1706.