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Check out these autumn events you will not want to miss.
The August Wilson Center for African American Culture was buzzing with anticipation Saturday night at the “Costumes of The Wiz Live!”
The Silk Screen Gala on Thursday night helped usher in this annual Asian film festival.
A who’s who of Pittsburgh gathered to celebrate the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy’s 20th year of beautifying the city’s parks on Wednesday.
Moonlight Masquerade the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s opening night gala and soiree drew nearly 900 supporters.
The Humane Society of Western Pennsylvania’s Best Friends Ball sold out with 350 guests showing their support on Friday night.
Amachi Hachi Pachi created a disco inferno Thursday night to benefit Amachi Pittsburgh.
More than 2,700 guests spent Sept. 11 at Hartwood Acres for the 33rd annual Family House Polo match.
More great events happening around Pittsburgh that strengthen communities.
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.
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 few books read by prominent Pittsburghers over their summer vacation.
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.
LUXE Creative presented 412 Food Rescue’s 10.1.1. benefit dinner showcasing 10 of the best female chefs in Pittsburgh on Aug. 28.
Close to 800 partygoers arrived decked out in white for one of the biggest bashes of the summer on Saturday.
The benefit took off at the Allegheny County Airport Saturday night to support the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team.
A record-breaking 900 guests partied along the Rivers Casino amphitheatre on Friday night to support Riverlife.
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.
The 24th annual Cookie Cruise raised $36,000 for the Bob O'Connor Foundation on Thursday night.
Nearly 150 people attended the Frick Art & Historical Center’s Pittsburgh's Well Heeled event on Friday evening.
Check out this new hot spot: a Polish-inspired vegan restaurant in the heart of Bloomfield!
The Pittsburgh Social Exchange hosted its last networking event of the summer on Wednesday night.
Savoy’s Real Men Wear Pink event in the Strip District was a great excuse to support cancer research while having a fun night in the city.
Cafe con Leche held its final Sobremesa supper club event on Saturday after a successful season. Wepa!
Cindystock, held at the home of Ted and Cindy Yates in Franklin Park, celebrated 13 years of fund raising.
Pressley Ridge held its annual Ice Cream Fundae at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium on Aug. 7.
Nearly 350 came out to enjoy the Pittsburgh Italian Scholarship Fund’s golf tournament and dinner on Tuesday night.
The YWCA’s Young Leadership Board held its biggest fundraiser of the year on Thursday night.
Radiant Hall Studio held a dinner on Tuesday night as part of its ongoing dinner series to raise funds for artists.
Nearly 250 supporters of Tickets for Kids came aboard for the Rock the Boat benefit on the Gateway Clipper Empress Thursday.
The fifth annual UnWined drew nearly 350 supporters to La Casa Narcisi Winery in West Deer, Tuesday.
Pittsburghers donned their best black tie to help raise awareness for a rare liver disease on Saturday night at Heinz Field.
More than 1,500 guests attended the Summer Safari on Friday night.
Started in Michigan in 2009, this group has branched out to Pittsburgh in order to create giving circles that support nonprofits.
Inspirational quotes about moments that changed the lives of these Pittsburgh residents.
Get to know fellow Pittsburghers who have emigrated from different parts of the world and who are making a positive impact here.
Where do Pittsburghers go on their summer vacations, and what words of wisdom do they bring back from traveling afar?
Quantum Theatre held a benefit dinner to support upcoming projects on Tuesday evening.
The Rivers Club, Downtown, has undergone a major makeover, complete with a more modern palette and individual meeting rooms.
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix held two fun events this week, supporting the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.
The Nigerian-born chef and activist spoke at the Imagebox in Garfield on Thursday to a group of Pittsburgh leaders over dinner.
The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art celebrated 40 years at the headquarters on St. Francis University’s campus in Loretto Saturday night.
Savoy in the Strip District was the place to be #SEEN on Friday night as partygoers arrived to support the American Cancer Society
The Glasshouse Happy Hour hosted by PUMP and Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens was held Thursday with Quantum Theatre.
Supporters of France gathered Thursday to celebrate the country’s independence day.