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Roughly 100 partygoers enjoyed Scottish fun and fare at the 2nd annual Burns Bash to support the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.
Mitch Zychowski Jr. created a faith-based non-profit in Costa Rica to improve the lives of impoverished families.
A sold-out crowd attended the fourth annual Leadership Pittsburgh Alumni Lunch.
Partygoers donned #funerealchic attire for Chatham Baroque’s 16th annual gala.
Cummerbund Society has been playing pool and raising money for Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC for 27 years.
Former bank building in Lawrenceville becomes a Pittsburgh hot spot as a cocktail bar.
A fabulous evening of cocktails, dinner and lively entertainment awaited partygoers at the Pittsburgh Opera’s New Year’s Eve Gala.
An eclectic crowd of Pittsburghers rang in the new year in style at the Secret Masquerade Society’s New Year’s Eve Soiree.
Here are easy, quick ways to show your gratitude in Pittsburgh -- the old-fashioned way.
A look back at some of the year’s best party moments.
Nearly 200 cadets, family members and veterans of the armed services were decked out in dress uniforms, gowns and black tie for the ball.
Jack and Jill of America Inc. is the largest and oldest African-American family organization in the country.
Since 1982, Northside Common Ministries has been helping those in the community who are struggling. From putting food on the table to a
What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Two great party options for New Year’s Eve.
Pittsburghers brought the fashion hits, one party at a time!
Amachi Pittsburgh aims to break the cycle of generational incarceration by supporting children who have a parent in jail.
More than 120 guests came out to celebrate Ellen Roth’s debut novella, “Ten Fingers Touching,”
Over the weekend, Pittsburghers attended parties in New York. Learn more about events and partygoers in SEEN column.
More than 1,500 guests attended the 116th annual Pennsylvania Society Gala which honored Jim Rohr, former chairman of PNC.
Friday night, Pittsburghers attending the Pennsylvania Society’s Gala enjoyed parties in New York City at the Waldorf Astoria and surrounds.
Pittsburgh Mercy Health System’s 11th annual Reindeer Ball was a sellout with 500 guests, raising more than $100,000.
Catch up on other great events happening in December.
Roughly 200 partygoers helped make HERstory by celebrating New Voices Pittsburgh’s 10 year anniversary at The Warhol Museum.
More than 400 partygoers celebrate the opening of the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Winter Wonders tree exhibit.
A little bit of Paris came to Pittsburgh during the CLO Guild’s annual Holiday Party, “Parisian Chic.”
The 20th anniversary of Tickets for Kids Charities, “Imagine Nation Ungala,” was celebrated at Inventionland in RIDC Park, O’Hara,
Richard B. Fisher is honored during the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh’s Season of Giving Gala.
Pittsburgh Police Commander Scott Schubert again led the top team from Zone 6, helping to raise more than $400,000 for Special Olympics.
Excitement ran high in a sea of white gowns as 122 Medallion candidates celebrated the completion of more than 23,000 volunteer hours.
Roughly 200 guests gathered to celebrate the 99th birthday of jazz legend and KST namesake, Billy Strayhorn on Saturday night.
Tickets for Kids is an organization that has given away more than $40 million dollars in tickets to underserved and at-risk children.
#ItsGoodtoGive features local people giving back in big and small ways in the ’Burgh.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Association’s first event to benefit the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra brought roughly 2,000 visitors.
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.
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