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Roughly 500 people enjoyed different vegan vendors from around the city at the event held at the Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church.
Another look at some recent summer parties.
Pam and Ken McCrory hosted roughly 50 guests in their home to raise awareness for the Pittsburgh Promise scholarship program.
The Wild Orchid Party hosted by the Ladies Hospital Aid Society raised roughly $25,000.
Unsuspecting restaurant patrons were happily surprised by 5-minute performances by Pittsburgh Opera company’s young artists.
How Pittsburgh sends party invitations and responds to them varies by event and generation.
The event raised an estimated $95,000 to benefit the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.
The August Wilson Center welcomed roughly 750 partygoers to the bohemian-in-the-tropics-styled party Friday.
Roughly 1,000 partygoers flocked to the National Aviary on the North Side on Saturday night for a fire-themed tropical party..
Pittsburgh's Bob Sendall, caterer extraordinaire, gives five tips for the best summer party.
Pittsburgh's Emily Peachey was headed to law school when the acting bug changed her course.
Partygoers gather along the Allegheny Steps Riverwalk to celebrate the 2014 Three Rivers Regatta.
Gwen's Girls in Pittsburgh aims to provide a safety net for girls and women in difficult circumstances.
Pittsburgh's new chic dining spot Altius aims to elevate dining to a new level.
Project SERVE supports veterans and their families.
Fred Rogers was posthumously honored with the Pursuer of Peace Award on June 22. His widow, Joanne, accepted the award.
More than 200 guests came out to honor Giant Eagle CEO Laura Karet at the Heinz Field East Club Lounge, North Shore.
South Beach came to Downtown’s Market Square on Saturday night to benefit Children's Hospital.
The opening exhibit of Edgar Degas at the Frick Art & Historical Center drew a crowd of nearly 550.
Six nonprofit executives showcased their hidden talents at Every Child Inc.’s Executives Got Talent! event.