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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.
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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.
Farm animals get a second chance at Hope Haven Farm, a sanctuary founded by veterinarian Karen Phillips.
The Heinz History Center welcomed 150 patrons to the 1879 Founders Dinner as a way to show appreciation.
Roughly 250 moviegoers eagerly awaited the special premiere of the highly anticipated blockbuster “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I.”
The evening welcomed 280 attendees gathered to recognize outstanding leaders in the community who are making a difference.
More than 130 guests attended the “Come Fly with Me” event and mingled with feathered friends at the Aviary.
All around town, there were plenty of great events to enjoy.