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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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More than 600 total attendees over two nights raise a record $603,000 for the no-kill shelter.
More than 300 guests attended the event which raised funds for the Imani Christian Academy in East Hills.
Trees are tops! More than 300 people attended a benefit to protect and restore Pittsburgh’s urban forest.
Nearly 500 guests found their way to the American Eagle Outfitters headquarters on the South Side for this popular party.
Pittsburgh’s August Wilson Center celebrates its rebirth with the highly anticipated Humanae/I AM AUGUST photography exhibit.
The event raised money for the college scholarship fund for graduates of its Frank Bolden Urban Journalism Workshop for teens.
The exhibit, “Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe,” will be a shoe lover’s dream when it opens in June 2016 at the Frick.
The Grand Marigold Gala delighted partygoers with the South Asia theme, raising roughly $500,000 for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
More than 820 guests helped raise an astonishing $6.8 million for cancer research in Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s hosted the Hispanic Heritage Month Gala to celebrate Roberto Clemente Day.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s Hardhats & Heels gala featured special guest actor Dan DeLuca.
Retired Major League baseball player Barry Bonds was honored Saturday night at the 2015 G.I.B.S.O.N Awards, Downtown.
Partygoers enjoyed crafts (make your own fancy hat!), whiskey and great conversation.
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It was a full house on Saturday night as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra took to the stage to play with the legendary Itzhak Perlman.
About 1,000 partygoers dressed all in white attended Pittsburgh’s first Diner en Blanc Downtown Friday night.
Rain couldn't stop the festivities at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden from Garden to Table event on Saturday evening.
More than 750 people attended the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh Fly Away Bash at the Allegheny County Airport Jet Hangar.
The 32nd annual Family House Polo Match at Hartwood Acres, present by Fifth Third Bank, combined equestrian elegance with picnicking.
The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society calls its gala the Best Friends Ball because pets are some of the best friends anyone can have.
The event, to benefit the Child Health Association of Sewickley, featured 26 dealers.
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More than 224 guests gathered at the Heinz History Center on Aug. 29 to celebrate the wedding of Ashley Fetcho and Brad Fusco.
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Josh Harrison was the host with the most at his second annual All-Star Dinner, presented by Edgar Snyder & Associates.
It was a full house at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in Shadyside, as more than 200 guests came out to support the organization
Event to raise funds for Hekima Place in Kenya, a home for orphaned girls.
Brad Fusco proposed to Ashley Fetcho on Feb. 25, 2014, at Morton's Steak House, Downtown.
This year’s event drew 950 partygoers, dressed to the nines.
It was party central at Stage AE on Thursday night as 1,400 partygoers came out to Savor Pittsburgh and raised $85,000.
More than 350 guests came out to support the event which raised $100,000 for Alzheimer’s research..
The Aruna Project takes on sexual exploitation of women and girls, a human rights issue found around the world.
Wilpin Hall event brought attention to Animal Advocates, an organization that helps four-legged friends find their forever homes.
The awards, presented by BCC Ministries, honored 24 people from the Pittsburgh region.
“Come Fly With Us,” a 1960s-style gala for the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team, sends spirits soaring at Allegheny County Airport.
The ballet performance attracted people from all over who stretched out under the stars to watch a memorable dance showcase.
Nearly 3,000 guests enjoyed the zoo while raising funds for Pressley Ridge.
Tom Grealish and the Cultural District’s Kevin McMahon host a party for 100 guests high above the city.
Originally a political fundraiser, the Cookie Cruise is now a charity event for various causes.
Fifty of Pittsburgh’s finest came together to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Recognizing and fortifying Pittsburgh’s Latino community has been the mission of Tara Sherry-Torres, founder of Cafe con Leche.
Share the good life! That was the sentiment throughout the festivities to support the Pittsburgh Italian Scholarship Fund.
Chef Bob Sendall and All in Good Taste Productions honored Broadway star Billy Porter at North Side dinner.
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.