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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 annual Christmas Tree Preview Party hosted by the Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art was held at the museum.
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!
Pittsburgh Promise raised $8.8 million Downtown on Thursday at its largest fundraiser to date.
The event raised more than $553,000.
The sold-out second annual Chocolate Bar to benefit the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust was held Saturday night.
The Clear Thoughts Foundation’s Roll for a Reason Gala to stop the effects of dementia was held Saturday night.
The Heinz History Center held its annual 1879 Founders Dinner on Friday.
So many events, so little time! Pittsburgh you are one busy town! Catch up on more great things happening in and around the city.
Variety, the Children’s Charity, celebrated its 89th annual Gala on Friday night on the North Shore.
Milestones are meant to be celebrated, and Oakmont’s Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation hit a big on: 25 years.
Dr. Vonda Wright’s brainchild, Women’s Health Conversations, a two-day conference featuring speakers on topics concerning women.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater held its 25th anniversary celebration was held in the West End on Friday night.
The Girl Scouts of America celebrated 100 years of the Gold Award, which is the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn.
The city is overflowing with events, parties and fun things to do. Were you #SEEN this weekend?
More than 300 guests made their way to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens on Thursday night.
The Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force unveiled its $1 million renovation and medical clinic at its East Liberty location on Tuesday.
More than 300 guests came to the members’ preview party for “The Frick Collects: From Rubens to Monet” exhibit on Friday night.
Halloween weekend kicked off Friday night with KS Champagne Parties’ annual Casino Royale event.
The Revel + Roost’s Halloween Bash in Market Square drew 300 revelers on Saturday.
The concept is simple enough: Place digital marketing tools such as tablets and TVs in doctor’s offices and other busy places.
Check out more great events happening throughout Pittsburgh!
The Off Kilter with Tropicalia event was held Friday night and it was a feast for the senses!
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.
American Middle East Institute’s ninth annual conference dinner was held at the Carnegie Museum Music Hall in Oakland.
Leaders for Literacy held its biggest fundraiser of the year on Thursday afternoon.
A preview party for the PBS special “Hamilton’s America” about the blockbuster Broadway play “Hamilton” was held at Wigle Whiskey.
The Garden Club of Allegheny County’s PIZZAZZ preview party was held at the Fox Chapel Golf Club Wednesday night.
Enjoy more fabulous events happening in Pittsburgh!
The Ellis School celebrates the once-in-a-lifetime More Power to Her, Ellis Centennial Gala at the Carnegie Museum Music Hall.
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.
Nearly 130 supporters meandered through the current art exhibit at Every Child Inc.’s benefit, Out of the Fire, on Friday evening.
The Duquesne Club teamed up with Wigle Whiskey to create a tasting event infused with the honey produced from the club’s apiary.
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.