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The Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel, Downtown played host to the second annual Ecolution Fashion Show on Thursday night.
More than 150 guests enjoyed ““Ka-Blam! 2016 Cause-Play: A Masquerade Fundraiser for ToonSeum,” on Saturday night.
A live music fest on Saturday night wrapped up Pittsburgh Earth Day festivities.
The event on Saturday night at the Indian Community Center in Carnegie supported funds for a high school in Kenya.
Pitt students met stars of MTV’s “Girl Code,” Carly Aquilino and Nessa, at a meet-and-greet at William Pitt Union in Oakland on Thursday.
Hundreds of guests mixed and mingled at WQED studios in Oakland to celebrate PATF’s 30th anniversary.
On Saturday night, 230 guests mixed and mingled at this year’s annual Family House Gifting Gala at the Omni William Penn Hotel, Downtown.
It was a picture perfect night for the Parks Conservancy as guests enjoyed cocktails at the home of Michael and Ramsey Lyons.
More than 240 guests arrived to support the Alexis Joy D’Achille Foundation for Postpartum Depression on Friday raising about $175,000..
Alec Baldwin paid Pittsburgh a very special visit on Saturday night to share his playlist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Victorian Tea was a fundraising and friend-raising event held at the Grand Hall at The Priory.
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Nearly 700 guests enjoyed a cocktail reception while raising funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
The Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise held its annual luncheon, which was bigger than ever this year.
The annual award event benefits the Catholic Youth Association.
Supporters of PERSAD came together for a fabulous night of food, wine and fun (including aerialists and dance performers) on Thursday night.
White poofy dresses were the theme of the night as brides relived their big day at a party on Friday.
Nearly 400 film lovers attended the 23rd annual Pittsburgh Jewish Film Forum’s, JFilm Festival on Thursday night.
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Navy Lt. Brian Linville weds Ali Good Cibik on Friday at St. Paul Cathedral in Oakland. The reception that followed was magical.
About 900 guests braved wild weather to enjoy a party celebrating the past, present and future of this Squirrel Hill landmark.
It was a fabulous and fun night for fashion at the third annual Fashion for the Wild fundraiser on Thursday.
To celebrate the 15th annual Shake Your Booties, about 400 guests boogied the night away at a disco party on Saturday at Stage AE.
The annual B-PEP JAZZ fest highlighted musical greats Roger Humphries & The RH Factor as well as The Tim Stevens/Leonard Johnson Project.
It was quite a whirlwind weekend of events in the city.
Four hundred guests gathered to honor those who have helped the city blossom.
The Great Futures Gala raised more than $64,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Western Pa. during the event held on the Gateway Clipper.
August Wilson Center was the place to be #SEEN on Saturday night for dinner and discussion before a viewing of “You Wouldn’t Expect.”
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Check out one of Pittsburgh’s newest hot spots, the Spanish-inspired restaurant Morcilla, located in Lawrenceville.
The American Ireland fund celebrated 40 years of service with its annual gala Thursday night.
Partygoers donned their best “red” tie to celebrate the American Red Cross of Southwestern Pa. on Saturday night.
The event in Cranberry Saturday night raised money to support women’s causes Treasure House Fashions and Living in Liberty.
The Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club held a circus-themed gala Saturday night to help support the Education Partnership.
Nearly 100 guests attended the Good Neighbor Awards dinner Wednesday evening.
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Cafe Con Leche’s first ever Puerto Rican supper club, Sobremesa will feature different Latin artists monthly.
The Women and Girls Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania held a happy hour following its Crossroads Convention on Thursday.
The Omni William Penn Hotel celebrated its centennial by hosting two events Thursday and Friday.
Nearly 300 guests attended the ”B*tches Ball” at the Pittsburgh Opera headquarters in the Strip District on Thursday evening.
The 35th anniversary of the Allegheny County Ball Foundation was celebrated during the Red Tie Gala at the Circuit Center on the South Side.
Nearly 500 guests were at The Priory Grand Hall, a change of venue for the 17th annual Champions for Children event.
New Voices, which fights for reproductive justice for girls and women of color, held a Women of Color Political Luncheon.
Event pros from around the city joined forces to “Color our World” and raise funds for Event Pros Take Action on Saturday in East Liberty.
Fifty-two students were honored Thursday night in front of more than 800 guests at the NEED Scholarship event..
Nearly 450 guests made their way to the North Shore to attend the Allegheny County Medical Society Foundation’s Awards Gala.
The sold-out event featured five wine stations, hors d’evours, buffets and ample socializing, with more than 500 in attendance.
The Hotel Indigo rolled out the red carpet for its Swanky Grand Opening party Thursday night in East Liberty
The party drew 150 guests who had first dibs on an array of heirloom silver, furniture, jewelry, paintings and linens.
More than 850 guests attended the Pittsburgh Film Office event celebrating all things Hollywood.
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.