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More than 900 attendees showed up at Heinz Field for the 14th annual Lights! Glamour! Action! party to benefit the Pittsburgh Film Office.
Drink for Pink at the Fairmont drew more than 200 guests, including members of the Pittsburgh Passion football team.
The exhibit featuring the Warner Collection of American Painting will be on display at the Frick Art Museum through March 25.
The University of Pittsburgh recognized three recently retired Pitt faculty: Nathan Davis, Toi Derricotte and Vernell A. Lillie.
More than 1,300 of Pittsburgh's young professional crowd flooded the Heinz History Center for History Uncorked: Poptastic! Feb. 21.
The ToonSeum held its first Cause-Play party to help raise funds to keep it in operation.
Forty Pittsburgh-based artists, performers and designers put on a show at Awakening presented by RAW Pittsburgh at Club Zoo.
A discussion about African-American culture's influence on fashion was held at Macy's, Downtown, in conjunction with Black History Month.
The Junior Women's Club of Mt. Lebanon held a masquerade ball with proceeds going to A Child's Place, which helps traumatized children.
More than 800 guests attended the Pittsburgh Heart Ball: The Spectacle of the Heart on Saturday night.
The Wild West will be the theme for this year's party June 20 (Dolly Parton impersonators, anyone?).
More than 300 guests attended the premiere of "Roger Humphries: Pass It On" held at the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild.
More than 150 guests attended Pittsburgh's first BMe Awards: Celebrating the Efforts of African American Men in the Community on Thursday.
Bernadette Peters performed at the "Equality GaYla" held at the Carnegie Music Hall.
Friends and loved ones came out to support residents at Marian Manor and Vincentian de Marillac during Vincentian's Affair of the Heart.
More than 500 guests attended the Glass Slipper Ball at the Sheraton Pittsburgh North.
CMU School of Drama Centennial Celebration Saturday night honors creation of Richard E. Rauh Centennial Fellowship Fund.
SEEN coverage will be directed by society editor Natalie Bencivenga. The section is making the move to enhance society coverage.
Partners for Quality Foundation hosted the Heart of Caring Benefit Auction and Luncheon on Friday at the Airport Embassy Suites Hotel.
The 10th anniversary celebration of The Maridon Museum in Butler was attended by 120 enthusiastic supporters.
A soiree celebrating the Smart Divorce Institute welcomed pros from the legal, financial, counseling, realty and media communities..
More than 100 people gathered on Feb. 10 at Maria Merante Gifts in Bloomfield for "Baby It's Cold Outside, Let's Have a Blanket Drive."
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre announced its 45th anniversary season lineup at an unveiling event Wednesday at the Benedum Center ,Downtown.
Donning their favorite party dresses, daughters danced with their dads, enjoyed a buffet-style dinner of kid-friendly foods.
More than 100 guests arrived at PNC Park's Keystone Corner to enjoy cocktails, appetizers and live music.
Mario and Nathalie Lemieux were co-chairs of the event on Thursday that drew more than 700 patrons who attended despite inclement weather.
Eaton Corp. is the premier sponsor of the Awards.
Surrounded by the beauty of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, guests gathered to support families and adults with autism.
A private media event was held Thursday at Savoy to support the film "Roger Humphries: Pass It On."
Dreams of Hope uses the arts to provide LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Allied) youth a safe environment.
More than 400 guests attended the Organization of Chinese Americans Lunar New Year 4712 celebration on Saturday evening.
About 850 guests on Thursday attended the Post Gazette's 78th Annual Dapper Dan Dinner & Sports Auction.