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Roughly 230 guests celebrated the PBT’s 45th year with a gala, and a surprise announcement.
More than 700 supporters attended the Rainbow Gala held at the Westin Convention Center.
Roughly 500 partygoers supported the 42nd annual Art Rooney Award Dinner & Auction to benefit The Catholic Youth Association of Pittsburgh.
More than 200 jazz enthusiasts came out to tap their feet and show support for Familylinks and to honor local jazz legend, Roger Humphries.
Roughly 245 fashionistas shopped ‘til they dropped at the Fairmont Hotel, Downtown, to benefit the Bartko Foundation.
Many fun things happened over the weekend that didn’t fit in the paper, including the JFilm Festival, POWER Promises and The Great Debate.
More than 350 guests came out to support HEARTH to help end homelessness and support at-risk families.
Anything goes at the 10th annual time-travel themed Dirty Ball to celebrate Attack Theatre’s 20th season.
The second annual Fashion for the Wild event was full of stylish sights and fashionable faces on Thursday night.
The party took place at Bridges, inside the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center in Oakland.
Patrons of the beloved annual Parks Conservancy Hat Luncheon gathered for a cocktail party to chat about...what else? Hats, of course.
Nearly 300 guests filled the Grand Priory Hall to mark the Catholic elementary school’s milestone.
A few events of note.
Guests from all over the city donned their best black tie to come together in the spirit of unity and help put an end to gun violence here.
Allentown is ready for more new businesses, and the business district threw a party to show potential owners how it will help.
Baron Batch painted while Beauty Slap played at a Pittsburgh Cultural Trust happy hour at Cabaret at Theater Square, the first in a series.
Every seat at the Monterey Bay Fish Grotto now has a view of the city, and the owners threw a party to celebrate its major redesign.
Yelp brings the circus to town at the Children’s Museum for its biggest event ever with 1,400 partygoers.
More than 350 partygoers attended the event raising more than $153,000 for research and support for those with HIV.
More than 200 guests attended the The Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania fundraiser and raised about $66,000 for the organization.
More than 300 partygoers attended the benefit which raised $161,00 for Family House.
“Absolutely Motown” themed event raised funds for Dreams of Hope, an art focused group for LGBTQA youth
More than 450 guests whet their palates at the Farm to Table Tasting event Friday night.
Check out who else was #SEEN this weekend.
More than 250 supporters attended the gala that raised funds for the American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
This was the 39th anniversary of the Ireland Fund, which focuses on programs of peace, education, arts and culture throughout Ireland.
Fired up for a good cause were the nearly 200 guests of Ward Home’s benefit “Picture This!”
Stage AE event raises funds for The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center.
The Carnegie Library’s Oakland branch was lit up like the Emerald City for the annual Spring benefit After Hours Party, Yellow Book Road.
Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre and the Arts & Law Committee of the Allegheny County Bar Association presented “The Tempest.”
Ward Home teaches life skills to young adults who are living on their own or in foster care.
Lauren Morelli, writer and producer of Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black,” makes a special appearance with actor Samira Wiley at Cruze Bar.
The steak dinners are for the kids, burgers for the adults at annual Sarah Heinz House event.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association held its fundraiser at Heinz Field on Wednesday with the help of local celebrities and community leaders.
Partygoers could interact with the new water-themed exhibit, or get up close with a corn snake at Carnegie Science Center event.
Every child cancer patient in CCChampions received an award for inspiring others with their bravery during their cancer journeys.
Party like it’s 1929: The bar was set high for the Q Ball after last year’s mesmerizing event, and this year’s did not disappoint.
The Heinz History Center welcomed roughly 2,000 partygoers (one of its most popular events ever) to be a part of this year’s 1940s’ theme.
The CLO Ambassadors’ 18th annual Wine Tasting raised roughly $100,000 on Friday night.
Jewelry, silver, furniture and paintings were among the items that surrounded more than 150 guests during the preview party for the 11th
The 11th annual “Hidden Gems of the JCC” was an elaborately staged “Raiders of the Lost Ark” meets Dr. Livingston kind of bash.
Medical Society hosts Community Awards; Bash at the Bank held at Dollar Bank.
“Setting the Seen” marks its anniversary with an interactive taping at Downtown Pittsburgh hot spot Hotel Monaco.
More than 100 Yale alumni gathered at The Warhol for a private tour of the Corita Kent exhibit.
On Thursday, the third annual Lending Hearts Gala raised more than $60,000 to support children with cancer.
More than 700 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Heart Ball raising more than $1.2 million dollars for the charity.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa threw a birthday party for his mother Katie “Peachie” Wimbush-Polk, at Heinz History Center, but got stuck out of town.
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.