Pittsburgh Symphony Gala: For Your Eyes Only.  Elisa-Marie Alaio as part of the express girls performing at the Pittsburgh Fairmont.

SEEN: Best events of 2014

A look back at some of the year’s best party moments.

about 4 hours ago

 Cadet Sgt. Sean Thorpe, Pvt. Annalee Tokarsky, Cadet Capt. Jon Lindefjeld and Cadet Corporal Ryan Sanguigni.

2014 All Service Academies Ball

Nearly 200 cadets, family members and veterans of the armed services were decked out in dress uniforms, gowns and black tie for the ball.

about 4 hours ago

 Margaux Wilson,  Madison Morrissey,  Candace Burgess  and  Martha Yanders.

2014 Pittsburgh Jack and Jill Ball

Jack and Jill of America Inc. is the largest and oldest African American family organization in the country.

about 4 hours ago

 Jay Poliziani at Northside Common Ministries.

#LetsMakeASEEN: Northside Common Ministries

Since 1982, Northside Common Ministries has been helping those in the community who are struggling. From putting food on the table to a

about 4 hours ago

#SEENPartyPreview: Things to do in Pittsburgh on New Year's Eve

What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Two great party options for New Year’s Eve.

1 week ago

 Melanie Crockard.

Here’s looking at you: Pittsburgh's best dressed in 2014

Pittsburghers brought the fashion hits, one party at a time!

1 week ago

 Mentor Stephanie with mentee Kenay, who have been matched for more than a year, at Stephanie's graduate school graduation.

#LetsMakeASEEN: Amachi Pittsburgh

Amachi Pittsburgh aims to break the cycle of generational incarceration by supporting children who have a parent in jail.

1 week ago

 Ellen Roth and Dr. Loren Roth.

'Ten Fingers Touching' book launch

More than 120 guests came out to celebrate Ellen Roth’s debut novella, “Ten Fingers Touching,”

1 week ago

 Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, from left, Gov.-elect Tom Wolf, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and former Gov. Ed Rendell chat during a reception held by the mayor and county executive at Inside Park at St. Bart's in New York City.

Natalie Bencivenga's #SEEN: Pittsburghers in New York City

Over the weekend, Pittsburghers attended parties in New York. Learn more about events and partygoers in SEEN column.

2 weeks ago

 The Notre Dame mascot attends the Pennsylvania Society Gala honoring Jim Rohr, a Notre Dame alumni, at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.

The Pennsylvania Society hosts its 116th annual gala

More than 1,500 guests attended the 116th annual Pennsylvania Society Gala which honored Jim Rohr, former chairman of PNC.

2 weeks ago

 Jay Cleveland Jr., left, with Diane and Clifford Rowe Jr., at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC cocktail party at the W Hotel in New York City.

New York parties filled with Pittsburgh guests

Friday night, Pittsburghers attending the Pennsylvania Society’s Gala enjoyed parties in New York City at the Waldorf Astoria and surrounds.

2 weeks ago

 Joan Mills, manager of A Child's Place at Pittsburgh Mercy Health System poses with an elf, played by Peter Hughes and Sister Susan Welsh, right, president and CEO of Pittsburgh Mercy Health System.

Pittsburgh Mercy Health System holds 11th annual Reindeer Ball

Pittsburgh Mercy Health System’s 11th annual Reindeer Ball was a sellout with 500 guests, raising more than $100,000.

2 weeks ago

 Urban League Gala: Jody Doherty, Judith Davenport, Esther Bush and Annie Hanna Cestra.


Catch up on other great events happening in December.

2 weeks ago

 Rev. Shanea Leonard and La'Tasha Mayes.

Living Our Legacy: New Voices Pittsburgh celebrates 10 Years

Roughly 200 partygoers helped make HERstory by celebrating New Voices Pittsburgh’s 10 year anniversary at The Warhol Museum.

3 weeks ago

 Melissa Ferrari and Jo Ellen Parker.

Winter wonders at the Carnegie

More than 400 partygoers celebrate the opening of the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Winter Wonders tree exhibit.

3 weeks ago

 Suzanne Karlovich, Patti Matty Blenko and Clare Donahue.

CLO Guild’s ‘Parisian Chic’ held at the LeMont

A little bit of Paris came to Pittsburgh during the CLO Guild’s annual Holiday Party, “Parisian Chic.”

3 weeks ago

 Meryl Hellring and Rosemary Mendel.

Imagine Nation Ungala

The 20th anniversary of Tickets for Kids Charities, “Imagine Nation Ungala,” was celebrated at Inventionland in RIDC Park, O’Hara,

3 weeks ago

 Barbara Fisher and Honoree Richard B. Fisher

YMCA’s Season of Giving Gala

Richard B. Fisher is honored during the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh’s Season of Giving Gala.

3 weeks ago

 Lt. Matt Porter of the Port Authority Police and Special Olympian Michael Maker, 23, celebrate after making the Pittsburgh Polar Plunge in the Ohio River on Saturday.

Pittsburgh Polar Plunge raises funds for Special Olympics

Pittsburgh Police Commander Scott Schubert again led the top team from Zone 6, helping to raise more than $400,000 for Special Olympics.

3 weeks ago

 Sarah Hanna White, Bishop David Zubik and Rebecca Freyvogel Mousseau.

The 51st Medallion Ball held at the Wyndham Grand

Excitement ran high in a sea of white gowns as 122 Medallion candidates celebrated the completion of more than 23,000 volunteer hours.

4 weeks ago

 The C Street Band performs at the Billy Strayhorn Birthday Bash concert.

Kelly Strayhorn Theater event celebrates life of jazz legend

Roughly 200 guests gathered to celebrate the 99th birthday of jazz legend and KST namesake, Billy Strayhorn on Saturday night.

4 weeks ago

 Tickets for Kids.

#SEENPartyPreview: Tickets for Kids 20th Anniversary Celebration

Tickets for Kids is an organization that has given away more than $40 million dollars in tickets to underserved and at-risk children.

4 weeks ago

 Thomas Jamison of Dream Cream on Liberty Ave.

#ItsGoodToGive: Thomas Jamison

#ItsGoodtoGive features local people giving back in big and small ways in the ’Burgh.

4 weeks ago

 Manfred Honeck with Marina Lehn in her home the Negley-Gwinner-Harter house on the Shadyside Splendor, a walking tour to benefit the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Shadyside mansions open to raise funds for the PSO

The Pittsburgh Symphony Association’s first event to benefit the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra brought roughly 2,000 visitors.

4 weeks ago


You have 2 remaining free articles this month

Try unlimited digital access

If you are an existing subscriber,
link your account for free access. Start here

You’ve reached the limit of free articles this month.

To continue unlimited reading

If you are an existing subscriber,
link your account for free access. Start here