Author: Nelli

With a background in public relations and journalism, Nelli doubles as a PR practitioner and blogger. She writes lifestyle articles for GenPink.com and covered Dallas-area food news for DallasFoodNerd.com before moving to Pittsburgh, PA in summer 2019. Her hobbies include practicing yoga, reading new books and traveling.

Support the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust this Season

While the arts and culture industry continues to be in intermission during the pandemic, there are many ways to support your favorite theaters in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust needs the community’s support now more than ever to sustain our beloved theaters so they can be reopen when things are safe next year. The organization […]

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FGI Dallas Hosts Virtual Fall Forum, Sept. 28 – Oct. 1

Fashion Group International (FGI) of Dallas takes its second annual fall forum online this season. While we miss their in-person events, thie virtual forums will offer just as much knowledge, and we’ll get to see the popular faces of FGI! During the four-day virtual event, Dallas experts on fashion, beauty and art will share how […]

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Dallas VideoFest is back for its 33rd year for Docufest, Oct. 1-4

The Video Association of Dallas kicks off its 33rd annual Dallas VideoFest – Docufest from Thursday, Oct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. The event features a mix of documentary movies to watch from at home, as well as several taking place via a drive-in at the Tin Star Theater in Trinity Groves (2712 Beeville, […]

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The Conferences for Women Goes Virtual, Features Melinda Gates and More A-List Speakers

The Texas Conference for Women, along with its sister events across the nation, are going virtual this season. Even though we can’t be there in person this year, the programs will still be exciting and valuable to all levels of career women. We’ve enjoyed attending the event in past years in Austin, Texas and look […]

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September Book Roundup (and a giveaway!)

We’re embracing the start of fall with a cup of PSL, busting out cozy sweaters and kicking back with some new fall reads. See our picks below for this month, including a book giveaway!   Plan a Happy Life (win this book!) Hot off the press! Plan a Happy Life by Stephanie Fleming is a […]

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Texas Organizations to Donate $150,000 to Support Women-Owned Restaurants (apply now!)

The Texas Conference for Women and Texas Restaurant Association are giving away more than $150,000 in grants to women-owned restaurants across Texas. The Texas Conference for Women will donate the grant funds to the Texas Restaurant Association’s Texas Restaurant Relief Fund, in an effort to assist women in an industry that has been devastated by COVID-19. The program […]

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See the New Make a Wish®Art Installation at Galleria Dallas

Galleria Dallas continues to expand its community outreach through its newest partnership with Make-A-Wish® North Texas. The shopping center’s newest installation, Art of a Wish, features more than 15 works of art by children who are battling critical childhood illnesses.     The art on display will also be available for purchase through an online auction. […]

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Each State’s Favorite Pixar Movie

What’s your favorite Disney Pixar movie? For me, it’s “Toy Story” with “Finding Nemo” coming in really close as second! I’ve loved these movies and many of the characters since their debut – and they’ll never grow old for me. CableTV.com made this fun infographic of every state’s favorite Pixar movie from the last 12 […]

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5 Virtual Events to Check Out in August

While many events are getting postponed due to safety around COVID-19, there are a handful of at-home programs to look forward to this month. Many are free or less than $25! See events below on fitness, arts, bartending, business and policy reform. Have an event to add to our roundup? Email us at PR@genpink.com. Cheers! […]

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Arts Galore at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh

Since moving to Pittsburgh last summer from Dallas, I’ve made quite a few trips to the four Carnegie museums. I love good museum, and this city has no shortage of this – among all things art, culture and entertainment. Nestled in the town of Oakland (home to the University of Pittsburgh) is the Carnegie Museum […]

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