Best of the 'Burgh Party 2010

On Thurs., Sept. 16, Pittsburgh magazine’s Best of the ’Burgh party set sail on the rivers. This year’s sold-out event, held on the Gateway Clipper Majestic, was open to the public; so, Best Of winners were joined by other ’Burghers, and all guests were able to enjoy the delicious food, drinks and dessert. KISS FM’s DJ Tall Cathy and WDVE’s Jim Krenn emceed and announced the winners. “Best Local Dance” Bodiography Contemporary Dance Co., “Best Band” 28 North and “Best Local Comedian” Gab Bonesso performed at the event, sponsored by First Commonwealth Bank, Subaru, Gateway Clipper Fleet, Mt. Lebanon Office Equipment, Sheraton Station Square, ShowClix and the Cotton Factory.

Photo by Laura Petrilla

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