NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

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NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

Autumn in New York – no place else like it. If you’re ready to declutter your life, join us Tuesday Sept. 17th. And don’t miss the 3T wine bus on Sept. 22. Lots of great entertainment this fall that includes this year’s Tomatoes Got Talent winner and one of our runners up. Ready to be “razzle dazzled?” Mark Nadler has a great show at the Beechman. The Asia Society has three interesting exhibits. Valerie Smaldone says Betrayal, now on Broadway, is a masterpiece of writing with a cast of accomplished actors. And join us October 2nd for an extraordinary event that will help give hope to girls in Central America.  PS – you can bid on tickets for Hamilton too!


Sept. 14. Taste of North Brooklyn

Head to one of Brooklyn’s hippest neighborhoods for taste samples from 40 local restaurants and bars with live music at Taste Williamsburg Greenpoint at East River State Park in Brooklyn for age 21+ (but children age 11 and younger are allowed).  Get the details.


This Is Your Brain on Clutter.

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

 If you need to declutter your life, join us Tuesday Sept. 17th in NYC with “America’s Most Organized Man,” Andrew Mellen.  It’s an evening that can change your life. $45 includes wine, lite bites, and a life changing program. Get details and tickets.


Sept. 18. Network Film Festival

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

Our very talented friend Nicole Gut has two movies in The Network Film Festival which she co-wrote and acts in as well.  OPPOSITE OF LOVE and LULLABY.

OPPOSITE OF LOVE is a mother/son short drama about an alcoholic mother who is a well known writer who has succumbed to alcoholism and her son; an aspiring writer, who’s “claim to fame” could be writing a graphic novel about his mother. 

LULLABY is a short thriller about a homeless woman, who used to be a singer and has lost her voice. She is attacked by two punks and stabbed to death. However, her ghost comes back for revenge.

Screenings are at Cinépolis Chelsea | 260 West 23rd Street | NYC  
Get tickets here.                                      


Sept. 22. Don’t Miss the Wine Bus

LULLABY is a short thriller about a homeless woman, who used to be a singer and has lost her voice. She is attacked by two punks and stabbed to death. However, her ghost comes back for revenge.

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

This is one of our flagship events every year. We head out to the vineyards of Long Island’s North Fork on a luxury bus (pickup points in NYC and Hicksville) visiting three vineyards and a farm, with VIP tastings, a picnic lunch, great gift bags in the company of other wine loving Tomatoes. Reserve your spot.


Sept. 23. An Evening with Tomatoes Got Talent Winner Christina Connors

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

The incredibly talent vocalist Christina Connors will be the featured speaker and performer at Jan Goldstoff’s next Golden Rolodex event. She will be singing songs from her album DREAM BIGGER and will talk about living our life purpose during these challenging times. Get tickets online or at the door.


The Old Razzle Dazzle: An Evening of Lies, Lying and Liars

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

Internationally renowned pianist-singer Mark Nadler brings a provocative, timely, fun show to the Beechman this fall. Mendacity and half-truths abound in the new, critically acclaimed musical solo work. The Old Razzle Dazzle: An Evening of Lies, Lying and Liars will bow at the Laurie Beechman Theatre this fall on Wednesdays, Sept. 11th, 25th and Oct. 23rd at 7pm, and Oct. 30th at 9:30pm. The Laurie Beechman Theatre is at 407 West 42nd Street, in the rear and downstairs at the West Bank Café. Tickets may be purchased online at: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/1008342


Oct. 2. Help Give Girls a Brighter Feature

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

Please join Cheryl Benton (aka the “head Tomato”) and other members of the NYC Leadership Council for a wonderful event to celebrate International Day of the Girl. If you believe as we do that it is critical that girls everywhere – no matter where they are born – have a right to safety, medical care, education, and a chance at a great life then please join us.

We’ll have drinks, light bites, music, a fantastic interview with Emmy Award Winning Reporter, Cristian Benavides, from WPIX 11 News.

Our silent auction has tickets to Come From Away and Hamilton, a 7-10 day trip for 6 to Saint Lucia, jewelry, spa services, and a few more goodies. You can buy tickets here.


Oct. 27 & Nov. 3.  Terri Levy – Once in a Lifetime!

NYC LIFE: Entertainment, Arts, Events Galore

We’re thrilled that Terri Levy, a finalist in this year’s Tomatoes Got Talent is making her cabaret debut at Don’t Tell Mama. She is fabulous! It will be an entertaining afternoon of song, story and laughter, including songs from The Great American Songbook, Broadway, Jazz and Pop. Make reservations.


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