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Turkey coma can't keep 1,300 away from the 50th Annual Medallion Ball.
A few snowflakes didn’t stop a swell time for guests of the speakeasy-style soiree Saturday night.
More than 400 guests turned out for Tackle Poverty With the Polamalus, a benefit for FOCUS, which helps the working poor and homeless.
About 500 came out Wednesday to the Westin Convention Center to support the American Heart Association at the Go Red for Women fashion show.
The 25 Club Cabaret was almost a private party, intimate in scale and held at the Longue Vue Club.
The Ladies Hospital Aid Society 's fall luncheon featured a cooking demonstration and silent auction of designer bags.
“Voices & Vines,” a benefit for the Homeless Children’s Education Fund, was held on Nov. 14.
Tartan Party a kickoff for the Robert Burns Supper to benefit Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.
Former Steelers Rocky Bleier and Andy Russell acted as honorary chairs for the ball held Saturday night.
Thirteen young women of Polish descent were presented at the 21st annual Bal Polonaise held Saturday.
Local chefs were serving up savories and sweets to more than 400 guests.
More than 200 guests gathered at the Westin Convention Center Wednesday evening for the 22nd annual Racial Justice Awards dinner.
Laura Ellsworth, partner-in-charge at Jones Day, was roasted for the cause at the 34th Annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Corporate Roast.
On Saturday, “Celebrating Women! Having a Global Impact” honored 18 local women whose work “makes the world smaller, smarter and better.
Randy Baumann was the special guest at the National Philanthropy Day celebration Thursday.
More than 400 guests attended Pittsburgh Symphony North’s “Chic and Classy” Fashion Show Nov. 9.
The 26th Annual Spirit of Enterprise Dinner & Awards was held Thursday at the Westin Convention Center.
“A Swan Lake Soiree” was the theme of this year’s benefit for the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. The event raised more than $438,000.
The band No Bad Ju Ju had the joint jumping during the Red Shoe Ball to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities at the Omni William Penn.
More than 350 guests attended the Vegas on the Mon at LeMont event on Thursday.
The party for more than 550 guests was held at Pittsburgh Filmmakers in Oakland and included film, food, libations and lots of socializing.
Event celebrates 60th anniversary of the dedication of the French Nationality Room at the University of Pittsburgh.
The evening featured 15 local chefs serving up special dishes representing individuals on the autism spectrum.
"Civil War Era Drawings From the Becker Collection," opens at The Frick Art Museum.
The National Council of Jewish Women celebrated 120 years of service at its Designer Days patron event Thursday.
FAME (Fund for Advancement of Minorities through Education) hosted the annual Fall Family Gathering of Independent School students.
Steeler Heath Miller was honored along with Holy Family Institute alumna Joan Bruno during the Arthur J. Rooney Sr. Courage House Awards
A Taste of Independence, the fourth annual Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania gala, was held at Renaissance Pittsburgh.
More than 320 guests gathered Wednesday at the Downtown hotel for the annual Leaders for Literacy Luncheon: Overcoming the Odds.
If appearance is everything, the Hero of the Hudson was suitably heroic as he strode across the stage in Carnegie Music Hall on Wednesday.
The event pulled more than 300 guests into J. Verno Studios last Monday night for “PICT Plays … With Murder and Mayhem.
More than 200 community members, staffers and hospital supporters attended the wine tasting and food sampling event.
On hand were Director Emeritus the Rev. Regis Ryan and Focus on Renewal executive director Greg Quinlan.
Several “Wave Makers” were honored. Among them were Brian Hudson, state Sen. Jay Costa, Ellen Kight and Pearl Williams.
The Ward Home Empowering Teens Luncheon was held Oct. 23 at Lidia’s in the Strip District.
There was nothing trashy about the dresses designed for the 12th annual Garbage Bag Gala at the Fairmont Pittsburgh Friday night.
One Breath at a Time, the American Lung Association’s gala took place Oct.
“No Strings Attached,” the fourth Annual Symphony Salon, was held Sunday at Reed Smith Centre Downtown.
Amen Corner’s 13th annual Sen. John Heinz Law Enforcement Luncheon drew more than 400 guests.
My Bike program was the focus during the 86th anniversary party for Variety, The Children’s Charity.
Wendy and David Barensfeld hosted the annual 1879 Founders Circle Dinner.
Renee and Lucas Piatt and Rachel and Eric Booth co-chaired The Design Center, Spotlight on Design Gala at the Wyndham Grand.
The American Middle East Institute presented “Diplomacy: Persuasion, Trust & Values with Gen. Colin Powell” at Carnegie Music Hall.
“Living Courageously: A Future Without Cancer,” the center's 2013 gala, raised an astonishing $4 million.
Susan and UPMC Health Plan’s Scott Lammie were the honorary chairs for the 10th annual Reach for the Stars Gala.
More than 1,000 guests came to pay tribute to David Malone during the Magic of Mentoring event held last Thursday.
More than 350 guests attended the 115th Ladies Hospital Aid Society Gala.
Monday’s 12th Annual Bid for Hope at Restaurant Echo raised more than $100,000 for under-40 breast cancer research.
The Jewish Association on Aging’s Annual Report to the Community was held Thursday with special guest speaker, Mark Shriver.
Rick Sebak celebrated his 25 + 1 years with WQED Tuesday night by showing some hilarious “non-broadcast-worthy” outtakes.
Marylynn Uricchio'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.
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