NYC LIFE: Music, Tacos, Theater, Film, Museums and More
Get your calendars out because there are tons of fun things to fill up you fall. Our very own Randie Levine Miller is performing in Music at the Mansion. Catch our favorite singer/chef Pamela Morgan in an encore performance. The most fun fundraiser of the year, Doodles for Hunger, is back! Give your pooch the “Best Dog Day Ever.” Tacos have come to the UWS and Gael Greene has the scoop. Valerie Smaldone says Linda Vista is fun, deep, sexy, and biting. The Jewish Museum pays tribute to Edith Halpert and The Frick has three Manets on displays. Oh, and did we mention our dating event yet? Here are some event highlights.
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Oct. 27. Music at the Mansion
The Three Tomatoes very own talented Randie Levine Miller (co-producer and host of Tomatoes Got Talent) will be a featured performer along with Steven Carl McCausland and Ilene Angel at “Music at the Mansion” a series of intimate concerts celebrating the American songbook hosted by NYC Cabaret singer Corinna Sowers-Adler. The event takes place at the beautiful and historic Oakside Bloomfield Cultural Center in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Tickets are $10. Get details.
Now to Oct. 28. Halloween has Gone to the Dogs
The Dodo, an animal friendly website is hosting the Best Dog Day Ever: Halloween Edition, which will have daily parades and costume contests, a canine-size corn maze and a pooch-friendly “pumpkin patch” filled with ball pits and plush toys. The fun takes place in Brooklyn. Get the details.
Oct. 24-27. The Food Film Festival
The Food Film Festival™ returns to New York City for its 13th straight year! The four-day Festival will feature a series of events where food and film lovers get to Taste What They See on the Screen…right in their seats! At each event, guests are served the food from the films as they watch on the screen in the Festival theatre. That’s always followed by an official Festival After-Party with more food, drinks and fun, served up by chefs and restaurants from New York City and beyond. Get the details.
Nov. 7. Pamela Morgan’s Show is Back
“Gorgeous. Wonderfully funny. Hot!” Gael Greene, Author, novelist, American Restaurant critic
Pamela Morgan (a 3T contributor and Tomatoes Got Talent finalists) will be singing dancing and cooking on stage!!! After two sold out evenings the acclaimed cookbook author and lifestyle expert Is back with her show One Singular Sensation. It’s all about style, taste and getting your kicks. With guest artist, Designer Frederick Anderson. Directed by Mark Nadler Musical Direction by Gregory Toroian. Nov. 7 @7PM Laurie Beechman Theatre. Get your tickets.
Nov. 7. Fundraiser: Doodles for Hunger
This is absolutely one of our favorite charity events of the season. Doodle for Hunger is a fun and exciting silent and live auction of signed original works of art by artists, entertainers, athletes, politicians, and business celebrities, like the ones above. The elegant buffet cocktail party at Chelsea Piers is hosted by St. Francis Food Pantries and Shelters and all proceeds from the auction will benefit the St. Francis Food Pantries and Shelters that helping individuals and families in need in the NYC area. Among the live auction items will be a painting of the Vice President’s home done by Karen Pence and a self-portrait by William Kunstler. Get the details.