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Time to celebrate the Oscars with the Pittsburgh Film Office’s Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield “Lights! Glamour! Action!”
Nearly 200 guests enjoyed an evening at Phipps while raising funds for Autism.
Guests were treated to a 36-minute preview of the 90-minute film, which documented not only August Wilson’s life, but his legacy.
Lunar New Year Celebration hosted by the Organization of Chinese Americans.
Roughly 700 guests attended the Mardi Gras Gala, which raised funds for the Epilepsy Foundation.
More than 225 guests roamed the Frick galleries during “Masterwork of Early Photography” opening gala.
79th annual Dapper Dan dinner puts limelight on local sports stars.
The Duquesne Club played host to the “Sweet Gesture Gala.”
Red Light Soiree raises funds for the Red Light Fund and the American Heart Association.
The benefit, held at the Fairmont Pittsburgh, featured a live and silent auction, dinner and dancing for the more than 200 guests.
More than 900 car enthusiasts braved the cold to see the newest and hottest cars on the market at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
It was a “hoppy” day for about 600 partygoers who waited for samples of the new East End Brewing Co.’s chocolate-covered-cherry stout beer.
Doors open at 6 p.m. for VIP ticket holders and 7:30 p.m. for gala-level tickets on Sunday, Feb. 22, at Heinz Field Club East Lounge
Sojourner House in East Liberty is dedicated to helping women achieve sobriety and increase self-sufficiency.
There are more choices than ever when it comes to selecting partywear for spring events, soirees.
Manuel and Debra Reich’s Squirrel Hill home was party central as guests came to support the Kelly Strayhorn’s World Stage Fund.
Pittsburgh was the only North American city selected to share its story of innovation at the global event, via live-streaming.
Beatlemania descended upon Heinz Field on Jan. 25 to raise funds for the Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute’s Cancer Care.
Northside Commom Ministries challenged 10 local chefs to whip up delectable dishes using items found only in the food pantry.
The evening helped inspire and connect roughly 125 young professionals in Pittsburgh who give back to their community.
Shady Lane School held its annual scholarship benefit featuring a silent auction and raffle Saturday night.