LA LIFE: Women’s History Month, Food Trucks, Digital Nature, Makeup & Champagne
Welcome to Women’s History Month Tomatoes! You can “March Forth” at the Skirball, where you can celebrate female empowerment with the best in the spoken word. The Mildred Mathias Botanical Garden is celebrating Women, as well, with “The Matriarch of the Rainforest” Garden Event. It’s a “Food Truck Extravaganza!” Tomatoes at the Malibu Wine and Beer Gardens and “Digital Nature” at the LA Arboretum looks wildly fascinating. Hear Ye! Hear! The Three Tomatoes LA and NARS are hosting their First, FREE & FAB Beauty Event at the NARS Cosmetic Boutique! Woo Hoo!
March 28. Makeup, Champagne and Tomato Fun
And what better way to celebrate women by celebrating and treating yourself to this NARS and Three Tomatoes LA Beauty Event, “Makeup, Champagne and Tomato Fun”! Ooh La La! NARS, the wonderful French cosmetics and skincare company and The Three Tomatoes LA (moi) are teaming up for the first time to host this special FREE and Fun event at the NARS beautiful boutique, on Melrose Avenue. Join Us!
It’s all just for you, Tomatoes! Invite your daughters and friends to be treated to express makeup applications and consultations with expert makeup artists, limitless champagne, lite bites, and everyone who makes a purchase will receive a complimentary fab gift bag. How great is that and don’t forget it’s FREE! Space is limited so you must reserve your space ASAP. It will be a blast Ladies. I promise! I switched my makeup loyalties almost a year ago and I’ve never looked back. I simply adore using this brand! Just sayin’ Tomatoes.
March 1 to 3. Digital Nature
It’s a technology and natural world collaboration at the Los Angeles Arboretum Tomatoes! “Digital Nature 2019” is a contemporary art exhibit inspired by the natural world and technology, with 18 artists projecting their beautiful work onto the lush garden landscape outdoors. Wow!
Tomatoes can experience amazing video and sound installations, some interactive or live and some silent, but all art installations explore themes like butterfly camouflage, bird songs, heavy metal, and inter-active digital wildflowers to name a few. Digital Nature 2019 is curated by Shirley Alexandra Watts. This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
March 2. Food Truck Extravaganza
There’s a brand spankin’ new and super cool “Malibu Wines” in town Tomatoes. I’ve heard great things about the “Malibu Wines and Beer Garden” in West Hills located in Historic Cultural Monument. Their “Food Truck Extravaganza” is a perfect time to try this new destination for local wines Tomatoes. Yum!
It will be wonderful day of delish eats from food trucks, Malibu local wine, and craft beer. And there’ll be live music. The San Fernando Valley is not really known as being much of a wine destination. But the new “Malibu Wines and Beer Garden”, owned & operated by the Semler family, also owners of Saddlerock Ranch and longtime winemakers in the greater Malibu area, will change that perception. The West Hills location is fast becoming a favorite wine tasting destination with its lush and large indoor/outdoor space at the historic and gorgeous Spanish-influenced estate owned by 1930s-era actor Francis Lederer. Now that sounds like a great place to imbibe Tomatoes!
March 7. March Forth
“March Forth” towards Female Empowerment Tomatoes with the 4th annual celebration of the spoken word at the Skirball for Women’s History Month. Go to enjoy the spoken word and to honor your mother, your daughter, your sister, your partner, your friend, and your sheroes Tomatoes!
Cocktails and snacks will be available for purchase in the performance space before the show begins. This year’s lineup features poets Vanessa Hidary, Tonya Ingram, Chrysanthemum Tran, and Kat Magill, neo-soul vocalist Cedrice, and March Forth! creator Elena Muslar as host.Arrive early and you can view the “Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg” and “Sara Berman’s Closet,” exhibitions to enhance the impact of the show Tomatoes. Right On!
March 7. Matriarch of the Rainforest
If you want to celebrate Women’s History Month in the glorious surroundings of the UCLA Mildred E. Mathias, inspired and truly stunning, Garden, then make your reservations for “Matriarch of the Rainforest: The Adventures & Work of Mildred E. Mathias” NOW. This free event fills up fast. Fingers and toes crossed that space is still available to Tomatoes who love the glorious legacy of Mildred Mathias and the beauty of gardens.
Mildred E. Mathias held many titles over the years: the world authority on carrots, one of the first female faculty members at UCLA, mother of four, inspired teacher, an author and an adventurous woman who was driven by curiosity and love of science drove her to shake the societal norms for women and to break into the academic world of science. At the “Matriarch of the Rainforest” event, Tomatoes can travel the world with a slide show presentation of Mildred’s original photographs from her adventures across the globe. View items from Mildred’s life and legacy at UCLA along with those who knew Mildred sharing their memories of her. What an incredible woman!