Bone Bash masquerade draws 225 to the Warhol
Not much debate to be had when it came to choosing who had struck costume gold during the Arthritis Foundation's Witches, Warlocks & Warhol-theme Bone Bash masquerade.
“I asked a friend at work and he said, ‘This is all I had,' ” confessed UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside Hospital prez Dr. John Innocenti of his KISS-inspired ensemble.
Joined by co-honoree John Banaszak, a former Steelers defensive lineman who came “As myself,” the evening drew more than 225 to the Warhol Museum on Oct. 12, including co-chairs Dr. Larry and Diane Crossett.
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