NYC LIFE: Dogs, Cats, Martinis, Makeovers, Broadway, Art and More

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NYC Life, Puppy Bowl

It’s Super Bowl weekend and if football is not really your thing, well then checkout the Puppy Bowl with Kitty halftime, and the Cat Bowl.  Can’t get enough of dogs? The Westminster Kennel Dog Show returns to Madison Square Garden.  Come clink cheers with us on Feb. 7th and celebrate our book Martini Wisdom. And join us for a private makeup night at NARS Cosmetics. Get your tickets to a wonderful variety showcase fundraiser to help NYC’s homeless. Want an adventure? Take the vertical tour of St. John’s the Divine. Love art? Head to the Harlem Art Show.  And for theater lovers, Valerie Smaldone has the scoop on True West, the Sam Shepherd revival now at the Roundabout.

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Super Bowl for Dog and Cat Lovers

Cat Bowl

Here’s some awesome Super Bowl warm up fun. Hallmark is airing the “Cat Bowl,” which spotlights adult cats and helps spread the message that adoptable grown animals are waiting for homes in shelters all over the country. And Sunday at 3 PM, tune into the Animal Planet for the Puppy Bowl with kitty halftime, that also encourages people to adopt adult dogs at shelters around the country.

Feb. 13. Join Us for a Private Makeup Night at NARS Cosmetics

Nars Cosmetics Makeup Night

Join us at NARS Cosmetics on Madison Avenue for very fun private event NARS is a wonderful French cosmetics and skin care. We will be treated to express makeup applications and consultations with makeup artists, champagne and lite bites, and everyone will get a fab gift bag. The event is FREE for 3T Insider Club Members. $10 for non-members. Get your tickets.

Feb. 27 – March 2. Benefit by NYC Artists to Defeat the Street

Defeat the Street benefit the homeless

Our friend Nicole Gut and her company Merciful Delusions Productions along with Kiss The World have created a fabulous variety showcase fundraiser to benefit Coalition For The Homeless. There are four performances that include poetry, dance, live music and short plays.

The goal is to raise money and awareness to support the homeless. There are so many different unfortunate paths and journeys that can lead to being homeless, from mental health issues to unemployment to struggling vets to name a few. It is a sad reality that it can happen to anyone at any time. And in our current cultural situations, families are being hit the hardest with the increased pricing on everything, but especially food and housing. Tickets are just $20 and you could literally save a life. Get tickets now.

Feb. 11. Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is back for the 143rd year at Madison Square Garden! Be a part of this epic two-night event filled with hundreds of dogs from across the country competing in categories such as Best in Group and Best in Show. And the best part, is going “back stage” and meeting some of these amazing dogs.

Feb. 14-16.  The Harlem Fine Arts Show

Harlem Fine Arts Show

Head to The Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) which celebrates the African Diaspora by bringing together contemporary artists with the growing class of collectors. The goal of facilitating this coming together is to showcase cultural ideas and raise awareness of this extraordinary body of work created by these international, national and local artists.  Get tickets.

Feb. 15. Vertical Tour of The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine

Vertical Tour of St. John the Divine

On this adventurous, “behind-the-scenes” tour, climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Learn stories through stained glass windows and sculpture and study the grand architecture of the Cathedral while standing on a buttress. The tour culminates on the roof with a sweeping view of Manhattan. Get the details.

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