NYC Life: Culture, Beauty, Music and Food Events

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Summer time in NYC is just simply the best.  Here are few things to add to you calender.

June 6. Taste of Times Square

Head over to Times Square from 5:00 – 9:00 pm for the Taste of Time Square annual outdoor food and music festival.  Over 50 restaurants will share their finest tastes from around the globe This year the event will stretch down 46th Street from Broadway all the way to 10th Avenue. Tickets are now on sale!  Each ticket is $1 with dishes ranging from 2 to 6 tickets.  Get the details.

June 9. Summer Beauty Secrets Cocktail Party

NYC Life: Culture, Beauty, Music and Food EventsThe beautiful and brilliant Dr. Sunanda Chugh, who shares her expertise on anti-aging techniques and products as a contributor to the 3Ts, is inviting tomatoes to an exclusive event.  She’ll share her summer beauty secrets at her Anand Medical Spa and you’ll see live demos on the latest anti-aging products and services that can take years off your face.  Plus, raffles for complimentary treatments and fab goodie bags. Tickets are $35, but the cost can be applied to services or products.  Oh and did we mention cocktails and the chance to meet other fab tomatoes?

6:00 to 8:30 PM |635 Madison Avenue| Buy tickets now.

June 15. Showstopper Divas to Feature Tomatoes Got Talent Winners

One of our favorite tomatoes, Randie Levine-Miller is producing and hosting her Showstopper Divas, a benefit for the Actor’s Fund at the Triad Theater on June 15 from 7 to 9PM.  And we are thrilled that she is featuring the winners of our past 3 winners of Tomatoes Got Talent contest who will perform alongside critically acclaimed Broadway veterans and Tony Award nominees Beth Fowler and Lee Roy Reams.

NYC LIFE: Cookouts, The Arts, Music, MeditationWatch the video highlights of the winning performances of Tomatoes Got Talent.  This will be an awesome evening.  Tickets are $45.

June 3 – Sept. 18. Rembrandt’s First Masterpiece

When it comes to museums, The Morgan Library and Museum is one of our favorites in NYC. And this summer they are playing host to Rembrandt’s first masterpiece – Judas Returning the Thirty Pieces of Silver – completed when he was just 23. Long held in a British private collection, the painting will be shown in the United States for the first time at the Morgan in Rembrandt’s First Masterpiece. Add this to your summer must do list.

Adding to the importance of the presentation, Judas Returning the Thirty Pieces of Silver is one of very few Rembrandt works for which several preparatory drawings survive. Also on view will be a number of early self-portraits that show the young Rembrandt at the time he painted the panel.

Get the details.

June 7 – July 17. “First Folio” The Book that Gave us Shakespeare

As part of a worldwide celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the Folger Shakespeare Library is launching a nation-wide tour of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, published in 1623. It’s been called the most important first edition book in the English Language. New-York Historical, together with the 92nd Street Y and The Public, is presenting this pivotal and incredibly rare book.

Containing the first published scripts of 36 of Shakespeare’s most famous plays—including Hamlet, Macbeth and As You Like It—the First Folio will be on display at the New-York Historical Society for 6 weeks, beginning June 7. To celebrate this magnificent book and the playwright who changed the world, the 92nd Street Y and New-York Historical will produce a series of events and conversations about the work and world of William Shakespeare.

Get the details of this NOT to be missed event.

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