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Welcome and BE SEEN!

Written by Natalie Bencivenga on .

 

Pittsburgh! Welcome to the Post-Gazette's new blog, TO BE SEEN! My name is Natalie Bencivenga, the new SEEN Editor at the PG.

natalieThis is my blog, the new home for events, parties and hot spots in Pittsburgh, new and old. On this blog, I also hope to shed light on remarkable people that are making a positive impact on Pittsburgh’s social and humanitarian scenes.

Look for upcoming video interviews with local movers and shakers, gossip about all the different galas and parties I will be attending, as well as my commentary on Pittsburgh’s booming nightlife.

If you have an interesting event, a show or a party coming up and would like the Post-Gazette to cover it, don’t be shy. My email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tweet me @NBSeen.

Together, let’s create a place where we can all be seen doing inspiring things for one another and our wonderful city!

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“Let’s Make a SEEN”

One of the most exciting parts for me in having this platform is to spotlight Pittsburgh organizations and causes that people may not have heard of before. As a social worker and therapist, I am well aware of the great work that people are doing right here in our city, but not many of us are well-versed in the important and valuable services numerous non-profits provide for our community.

In this section of my blog: Let’s Make a SEEN, I plan to highlight a new non-profit every month to encourage my readers to get engaged with creating parties and fundraisers around different humanitarian organizations that are not on everyone’s radar quite yet. Check out my blog tomorrow to learn more about "The Garden of Peace Project" and its founder, Michael David Battle.

 

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