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The Ellis School celebrates the once-in-a-lifetime More Power to Her, Ellis Centennial Gala at the Carnegie Museum Music Hall.
Girls Hope Pittsburgh celebrated its 25th anniversary with a black tie gala.
Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania celebrated 100 years of service with its annual War on Women art show and fundraiser.
Nearly 130 supporters meandered through the current art exhibit at Every Child Inc.’s benefit, Out of the Fire, on Friday evening.
The Duquesne Club teamed up with Wigle Whiskey to create a tasting event infused with the honey produced from the club’s apiary.
Philip Pelusi Salons’ annual fashion show to benefit Our Clubhouse was held at Diesel Club Lounge on Wednesday night.
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It was party central Thursday as guests eagerly awaited the much-loved “Off the Record” show and celebrated its 16th year.
At Stage AE on Friday night, the Pittsburgh Steelers brought their fashion A-game to the North Shore.
Teresa Heinz celebrated 25 years at the Heinz Endowments before passing the baton to her son Andre on Wednesday at the History Center.
Icons of Pittsburgh event was held Tuesday to celebrate Pittsburgh’s movers and shakers.
Founded by women from Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church, Sojourner House marked its 25th anniversary at the LeMont Restaurant Thursday evening.
Sisters Place celebrated two decades of its Setting a Place for My Sister breakfast at the Marriott City Center on Friday.
It was a night of operatic magic on Friday for 230 guests at the 62nd Diamond Horseshoe Ball.
The Hillman Cancer Center benefit gala raised $6.3 million for the fight to eliminate cancer.
The Women on the Move luncheon was held Wednesday at LeMont restaurant on Mount Washington.
About 160 guests attended The Nature Conservancy’s Special Gala on Thursday night.
The Steel City Awards Dinner was held Thursday night to raise funds for The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
PUMP (Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project) celebrated its 20th anniversary Friday night.
Quite a crowd poured into the new Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Byham Center for Dance on Saturday night to toast its expansion.
Bethlehem Haven hosted its annual fundraiser at the Fairmont Pittsburgh, Downtown, on Tuesday night.
American Eagle Outfitters corporate headquarters was the venue once again for Pittsburgh Glass Center’s annual Art on Fire benefit.
More than 250 supporters cheered the coaches during the Coaches vs. Cancer benefit for the American Cancer Society Tuesday night.
Well-mannered dogs and cats met nearly 680 well-dressed people, who raised $720,000 at Animal Friends’ annual two-night gala.
Big Brothers Big Sisters held its annual fundraising event on a picturesque Friday night.
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The August Wilson Center for African American Culture was buzzing with anticipation Saturday night at the “Costumes of The Wiz Live!”
Moonlight Masquerade the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s opening night gala and soiree drew nearly 900 supporters.
A who’s who of Pittsburgh gathered to celebrate the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy’s 20th year of beautifying the city’s parks on Wednesday.
The Silk Screen Gala on Thursday night helped usher in this annual Asian film festival.
Amachi Hachi Pachi created a disco inferno Thursday night to benefit Amachi Pittsburgh.
The Humane Society of Western Pennsylvania’s Best Friends Ball sold out with 350 guests showing their support on Friday night.
More than 2,700 guests spent Sept. 11 at Hartwood Acres for the 33rd annual Family House Polo match.
Opening night dinner and reception with Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich was held Friday.
More than 200 guests enjoyed the Brain Gain Gala: A Night on the Seine at the Carnegie Museum’s Music Hall foyer.
A sold-out crowd celebrated the Cultural Trust at this year’s Glam Slam Gala on Saturday night.
The Children’s Trust of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation celebrated one year at LUXE Creative in Point Breeze on Thursday.
The Carnegie Museum of Art held an all-night party on Friday (and early Saturday) to kick off the Hillman Photography Initiative’s LIGHTIME.
More great events happening around Pittsburgh that strengthen communities.
LUXE Creative presented 412 Food Rescue’s 10.1.1. benefit dinner showcasing 10 of the best female chefs in Pittsburgh on Aug. 28.
First Fridays, Night in the Tropics, kicked off the fall season with nearly 900 guests.
More than 100 supporters came to see tidbits of what they can expect from coming performances.
A few books read by prominent Pittsburghers over their summer vacation.
Close to 800 partygoers arrived decked out in white for one of the biggest bashes of the summer on Saturday.
A record-breaking 900 guests partied along the Rivers Casino amphitheatre on Friday night to support Riverlife.
The benefit took off at the Allegheny County Airport Saturday night to support the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team.
Nearly 1,500 guests came out to support Magee-Womens Hospital Foundation’s at Stage AE Thursday night.
Honorees were celebrated on Thursday night Downtown at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh for raising awareness and money for cystic fibrosis.
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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