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Flash!: Minerva Market; Bishop's Tea

| Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
RETAIL THERAPY From left Marla Papernick, Tara O'Brien and Gloria Cadwalleder try on bracelets from Alexia Rose Jewelry Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at the 16th annual Minerva Market in the ballroom at the Twentieth Century Club in Oakland.
Gwen Titley | Tribune-Review
ART ON FIRE Event co-chairs Scott Portnoy, Susan Portnoy, and Pittsburgh Glass Center Executive Director Heather McElwee pose for a portrait in front of glass art inside of American Eagle headquarters in the Southside on Sept. 27, 2013 during a fundraising celebration and auction for the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
TEA WITH THE BISHOP Event chair Roseanne Wholey with Bishop David Zubik during the Bishop's Tea for the Medallion Ball at St. Paul's Seminary on September 28.
Joshua Franzos
QUACKERS: Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Prez Kevin McMahon, Rubber Duck Project Artist Florentijn Hofman and PCT VP of Programming Paul Organisak were among the swarms of people waiting for a glimpse of the yellow bird as it made its debut Sept. 27. The gents were enjoying a VIP Party at PNC Park.

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