NYC LIFE: Cabaret, Museums, Broadway, and More
One of the great things about NYC is the chance to see live musical performances all over town. Sandi Durell has the season’ s cabaret calendar of who is where through the holidays. And we’ve highlighted our top three favorite musical events below. We hope you’ll join us Bloomingdale’s to celebrate the head Tomato’s novel and we have a special discount code just for Tomatoes. Museum lovers need to head to the Frick which has several new exhibits which Miriam Silverberg says are “blockbusters.” Here’s a unique exhibit – the canned goods sculptures at Brookfield Place and all canned items will be donated to City Harvest when the exhibit ends. Valerie Smaldone has the latest Broadway scoop. Enjoy the foliage this weekend and check out picks below.
Nov. 10. A Galaxy of Stars Benefit for Our Vets
Join us for a fabulous afternoon of music at the Triad thanking our military, first responders, and veterans for their service. Produced by veterans advocate Anne Akers and Randie Levine-Miller who will host and perform with co-stars The Janes Trio, along with some of Broadway and cabaret’s best – Tony LoBianco, Lee Roy Reams, Steven Maglio, James Valenti. Get tickets.
Nov. 10,11, 12. Barbara Minkus – 18 Minutes of Fame
Broadway, film, and television star Barbara Minkus shares an intimate evening of personal moments, funny and poignant songs, and her remarkable stories about them. Get tickets.
Nov. 13. Meet Me in Bloomingdales – Here’s a Discount Code
Joan Pelzer, the vivacious social media maven and Chapter Director of “What Women Want Networking” and Kim Spataro, Director of Personal Shopping, Bloomingdale’s NYC are hosting a wonderful event celebrating the head Tomato’s novel, “Can You See Us Now?” We’re jumping for joy.
Joan and Cheryl will have a fun conversation about navigating the minefields of midlife and beyond; that “invisibility” thing; why marketers ignore us; the importance of friendships; and how we’re never to old to live our dreams.
There will be snacks, refreshments, great gift bags and a chance to meet some other awesome Tomatoes. SIGN UP NOW. SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR TOMATOES: Get tickets for $20 with this discount code: NYCheryl
Tuesday Nov. 13 from 5:30 to 8 PM. Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave @59th Street).
Nov. 2-15. Canned Good Sculptures to Benefit City Harvest
If you’ve never seen Canstruction, an annual exhibit that benefits the non-profit City Harvest, head downtown to Brookfield Place. This annual competition features sculptures created out of canned goods, by architects, engineers, contractors and students they mentor. At the close of the competition all of the food from the cansculptures will be donated to City Harvest. Vistors are encouraged to brining canned food items to donate too. Brookfield lace, 230 Vesey Street. Nov. 2-15 from 10am to 8 PM. Get more details.
Dec. 1. Karen Nason Show to Benefit “Because I am a Girl”
The awesome Karen Nason, and our first Tomatoes Got Talent winner, is bringing her new show, “From Maine to Manhattan” to Don’t Tell Mamas. She’s a powerhouse singer with great stories and some surprise guest. And the $25 cover fee will be donated to our favorite non-profit, “Because I am a Girl”. Reserve now. CASH only and there is a 2- drink minimum.