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More than 250 guests came to see Flamenco Pittsburgh perform on Saturday night.
Frick Art & Historical Center was buzzing with excitement Friday night as the museum previewed a photo collection by Jacques Henri Lartigue.
More than 1,000 people attended the first Party in the Tropics event at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
The Science Center welcomed more than 430 guests for 21+ night on Friday night.
A yummy selection of hors d’oeuvres awaited Pittsburgh CLO’s Ambassadors who paired the selections with wine on Tuesday night.
The 90th Cinderella Ball, which benefited the Heinz History Center, was held in the grand ballroom of the Omni William Penn on Saturday.
Future Tenant’s winter benefit bash was held Thursday night at Wigle Whiskey.
More than 300 guests made their way to the Doubletree for the CORO Pittsburgh Martin Luther King Jr. Awards.
The Patron Party for the Feb. 28 gala “Lights! Glamour! Action!” was held Friday at J Verno Studios with more than 400 attendees.
The Women’s Board of Pittsburgh luncheon was held Friday at the Fox Chapel Golf Club to benefit Project SEED - Something to Eat Every Day
The museum was hopping Thursday night with more than 550 guests who came out for a silent disco and special art tours.
James Turrell was in Pittsburgh last week to announce he will put a permanent Skyspace installation at the Mattress Factory.
More than 150 guests attended the Polish Cultural Council’s Ostatki celebration on Saturday night.
Considering how the snow fell from the sky on Friday night, it was amazing that anyone made it to the annual Burns Bash.
Saturday’s snowstorm couldn’t keep 150 supporters away from Northside Common Ministries fifth annual Food Pantry Brunch Challenge.
Nearly 300 guests turn out for Galaxy, which puts a spotlight on this underground LGBTQ ballroom community.
Spirit of King Award Ceremony honored the late Curtis Walker and the late Dorothy Height.
Rap artist and community activist talks about the importance of giving back to the young people of Pittsburgh.
Leadership Pittsburgh held its annual luncheon on Tuesday hosting a larger crowd than ever before.
A new philanthropic group aimed at young professionals for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC is drawing a big response.
What happens when a posh crowd meets the newest hot spot in town? Magic (and music), of course.
“Legends of Past and Present: An Evening with Jerome Bettis” was held to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh, Friday.
Where should you throw your next big bash? There are plenty of places to choose from, but here are a few new ones for your consideration...
The Midwife Center for Birth & Women’s Health is planning a big expansion due to a growing demand for a need in women’s healthcare.
Who made this year’s #SEENBestDressed list? Read on to find out!
Check out who was #SEEN toasting to the start of something great on New Year’s Eve.
The Western Pennsylvania's Annual All Service Academies celebrated its 17th anniversary on Saturday night at the Westin, Downtown.
A crowd gathered outside Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre studios as the final steel beam was hoisted into place on the Byham Center for Dance.
There will be more events than ever to pick from, so to help you choose, here are my picks for parties you just have to be #SEEN at in 2016.
The Pittsburgh Black Media Federation hosted a coat drive and happy hour at Savoy on Thursday night.
Warrior Wedding winning couple says “I do” at Hotel Monaco on Dec. 13.
More than 750 guests attended the Pittsburgh Social Exchange’s holiday party Wednesday night at Stage AE on the North Side.
Broadway stars Billy Porter ("Kinky Boots") and Anthony Rapp ("Rent," "If/Then") returned to their “home” on Monday at City Theatre.
Enriched diversity in the city and putting Pittsburgh on the map were topics of conversation at Mayor Bill Peduto’s Holiday Party.
A thousand plungers at the Pittsburgh Polar Plunge on Saturday raised $375,000.
Be adventurous and try some Greek wine or cocktails at Downtown’s new restaurant that makes you feel like you’re on an enchanted island.
Each year, volunteers, teachers and supporters throw a party of appreciation for the nonprofit that provides a community space for art and
PIttsburgh Mercy’s 12th annual Reindeer Ball raises $100,000 this month, bringing the total support for children to $1 million.
Convivial conifers graced the Hall of Architecture at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History for the annual Carnegie Trees preview party.
More than 400 people attended the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s Ronald H. Brown Leadership Awards Gala.
The YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh’s Season of Giving Gala was held at the Fairmont Pittsburgh Saturday night.
Taste the Difference party presented by A Taste of Pittsburgh Home & Lifestyle Magazine benefits East End Cooperative Ministry.
The first St. Nick Soirée, “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” raised funds for Catholic Charities.
St. Lucy’s Auxiliary to the Blind honors 112 young women with the Joan of Arc Medallion for their many hours of service.
To celebrate Billy Strayhorn’s 100th birthday, Hotel Indigo became party central on Saturday night for the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater.
While some people might say that it is passe to bring gifts to someone’s house, I say good manners are always on trend.
Surgicorps is a Pittsburgh-based global initiative that serves those in undeveloped countries who need reconstructive surgery.
The Allegheny Land Trust welcomed guests to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium on Saturday night to celebrate the work of its volunteers.
Hundreds turn out to support Planned Parenthood and the work it does to support women’s causes.
Iota Phi Foundation and Iota Phi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. held an awards dinner in Cheswick, Pa. on Saturday night.