On Saturday, September 15, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra hosted its annual gala at Heinz Hall. This year’s theme, Voyage at Sea: A Passage to the Mediterranean, took attendees on a musical journey around the world.
The 35th Annual Family House Polo Match was held at Hartwood Acres on Saturday, September 15. The match drew 2,000 guests. $250,000 was raised to support the Family House mission of providing affordable, home-like accommodations to patients and families who travel to Pittsburgh for medical care.
Many Pittsburghers have a somewhat vague idea that the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC successfully attract federal dollars to support their varied research activities. But the extent of that success in recent years is almost shocking when you look at the numbers and the rankings.
The forecast for Friday, August 17 called for nonstop rain, thunder and even hail. That didn’t deter a sold-out crowd of 900 guests from dressing up in their finest Mediterranean-inspired looks and traveling to the North Shore’s Rivers Casino for Riverlife’s annual fundraiser Party at the Pier.
Ruth Mitchell Montgomery, 101: Five years after she and her husband moved to Pittsburgh for a job with the University of Pittsburgh in 1956, Montgomery started the effort to create the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society (now Chamber Music Pittsburgh), attracting the philanthropic support to make the dream a reality. For many years she…
For this special feature, we invited the presidents of the region’s leading institutions of higher education to respond to the following: The American Civil Liberties Union has written that “An open society depends on liberal education, and the whole enterprise of liberal education is founded on the principle of free speech.” Yet surveys…
Blind & Vision Rehabilitation Services (BVRS) of Pittsburgh held its 22nd annual Steelers Alumni Golf Classic at Diamond Run Golf Club on Monday, July 23. One of the many highlights of the event is that each foursome was captained by a former Pittsburgh Steeler, Pirate, Penguin or other Pittsburgh celebrity.
The National Aviary’s 16th Annual Night in the Tropics sold out with 1,300 party-goers on Saturday, July 21st. Guests enjoyed delicious food from over 30 restaurants, tropical cocktails, wine and craft beer as they mingled with colorful birds and enjoyed entertainment including a fire performance, live music and more.