Friday night I headed to South Beach to get together with Hotspots’ newest Miami sales representative, Jessica Maquera. We went to Waterfront for Milancita’s grand opening of Let’s Mambo Fridays. As is the case with Milancita.com promotions, the club was packed and the energy was hot. The show starred Vegas Dion, Johanna Douglas and Victoria Sky. Congratulations go out to owner Jorge Gongora and of course Milancita and her staff. Sunday afternoon was the return of the Market Bazaar to the Shoppes of Wilton Manors. After a few months hiatus this event was packed with shoppers who made it clear that they love the Market Bazaar.
Sunday night was the 1 year anniversary of Jackhammer T Dance being relocated to Atomic/Boom and Chris and Russ pulled out all the tricks to make this party as successful as we all expect from the Jackhammer name. DJ Marc Scott was playing the Disco classics mixed with some new sounds like only he can. Kudos goes out to Chris, Russ, Tim, Craig, DJ Marc Scott, Diego, Lee and the entire Jackhammer staff. Afterwards I headed across the street to Bill’s for their Sunday Trannie Palace which this week featured the Miss and Mr. Stonewall Pageant. The conrtestants were Latrice Royale, Charleze Angel, Nikkay, Kira Channel, Mia LeMore, Vision, Malique and Cameron Scott.
Friday, June 18
The Ramrod presents Gay Pride Man Dance starring DJ/producer Herbie James.
Living Room presents “Return to Egypt: the event” starring direct from New York City, DJs Dave and Gerardo.
The Manor presents a gay pride event, direct from “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Sonique.
Saturday, June 19
The Pride Factory invites everyone to come meet C1R exclusive Jimmy Durano and award winning director and adult star Doug Jeffries from 4 to 6 pm.
Get ready, South Florida, back by popular demand is Sleaze 2010 starting at 8 pm. They will take reservations, but on rooms only. Visit ClubHouse2.com for more information.
Discotekka in association with Milancita.com present a Luau Party where they invite you to come in Hawaiian attire and get laid.
The Stable invites you to celebrate Gay Pride Weekend with the incredible Rod Stephens starting at 9 pm.
Atomic/Boom presents, direct from New York City, DJ Eddie Baez spinning and celebrating his birthday.
Next Step Dance is proud to present a special encore performance of the entertaining and provocative sold out show, “Celebrating the Male Dancer,” taking place at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in the Amaturo Theater. Performance is at 8 pm. Admission is $26.50 for adults and $22.50 for groups of 10 or more. Artistic Director William Charles Crowley will be presenting some of his most popular works, as well as inviting three guest choreographers: Steven Iannacone, former principal dancer with Nikolais Dance Theater, Matthew Farmer and Ty Barker, to share their artistry and talent. Featured works on the program: Bring on the Men, Unwritten Letter, HumanKindNess, The Other Side, Woodblock Study, The Stable and Andamento. These performances contain adult content and partial nudity. For ticket sales, please contact the Broward Center Box Office at (954) 462-0222, or purchase tickets online at BrowardCenter.org
Sunday, June 20
The annual Stonewall Street Festival and Parade starts at 11 am. For more information see the feature in this week’s magazine or go to PGFL.net.
Scandals and the Stable invites you to keep an eye out for their entry in the parade as it will feature 2 mega trucks and 40 hot cowboys and cowgirls dancing their way down the drive.
The Pet Project invites you to come to their booth at Stonewall Pride between 1 and 3 pm and have your pet take a picture with adult video star Matthew Rush.
The Ramrod presents their yearly after Stonewall Street Festival free barbecue starting at 4 pm.
The Manor presents a special Stonewall T Dance starting at 4 pm starring DJ Roland Belmares with no cover.
Monday, June 21
Noche Latina Florida presents the 6th annual Mr. Noche Latina Pageant tonight at The Manor. The night will star the court of Noche Latina: AJ Kline, Lewis Nicholson (celebrating 5 years), Adrial Munoz, Jose Vega, Erika Norell, Vegas Dion, Champagne Bordeaux, Maite West, Charisse, Viva Mirage, Victoria Grantty, Yuri Too Much, Justice Divine, Francina Holiday and Sheena Devine Hawkins. The pageant has 5 categories: presentation (Hollywood Legends), talent, evening wear, Q&A and swimsuit (ooh, hot men on stage in a swimsuit) starts at 10 pm sharp. Doors open at 9 pm, but pageant must be over by 2 am. General admission is $20 and table seats are $25. For more information or to purchase tickets call the hotline at 954-568-7149.
Wednesday, June 23
It’s not bingo, it’s DRAGO hosted by Miss Candy Kornhole at the Stable starting tonight at 8:30pm. They will feature jackpot bingo, Candy’s kornhole game, 50/50 rollover bingo plus special performances by Candy Kornhole throughout the night. You’ve never played bingo like this!
Congratulation go out to Jackson Padgett, Mark Negrete, GM Vincent Frato and Chef Ron Kerr of Georgie’s Alibi on winning the Best Burger in Fort Lauderdale from the Riverwalk Trust Burger Battle. The contest had 16 competitors including many well known restaurants like Morton’s Steak House and China Grill. The burger is now called “The Champ” and was developed by Chef Ron a year and a half ago after a weeklong development process.
The U.S. Department of State is pleased to use the occasion of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Month to announce its new policy guidelines regarding gender change in passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad. Beginning June 10, when a passport applicant presents a certification from an attending medical physician that the applicant has undergone appropriate clinical treatment for gender transition, the passport will reflect the new gender. It is also possible to obtain a limited-validity passport if the physician’s statement shows the applicant is in the process of gender transition. No additional medical records are required. Sexual reassignment surgery is no longer a prerequisite for passport issuance. A Consular Report of Birth Abroad can also be amended with the new gender. As with all passport applicants, passport issuing officers at embassies and consulates abroad and domestic passport agencies and centers will only ask appropriate questions to obtain information necessary to determine citizenship and identity. The new policy and procedures are based on standards and recommendations of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), recognized by the American Medical Association as the authority in this field.
Kick off the summer with love thanks to OhMiBod’s Freestyle and Club Vibe. These new music massagers allow adults to move and groove together with every sound. The Freestyle is the world’s first completely wireless music massager. When its transmitter is connected to a headphone jack, the vibe will move with the tunes providing ultimate freedom of movement and motion. Whether it’s a party for one or play with a partner, the Freestyle allows users to rock their body wire-free. The Club Vibe includes an element new to the world of music massagers: ambient mode. The toy’s controller takes in the sound around the user and vibrates to the input – combining today’s technology with the traditional enjoyment of electric pleasure. In this mode, consumers can turn up the volume and literally feel every sound – whether it’s the tunes on the radio or a lover’s voice. Both the Freestyle and Club Vibe are available to purchase in retail stores across the country or online at OhMiBod.com
“The Mormon Proposition” is an indictment of the Mormon Church’s historic involvement in the promotion and passage of California’s Proposition 8 and the Mormon religion’s secretive, decades-long campaign against gay rights. The film takes place in California and Utah as Mormons, following their prophet’s call to action, wage spiritual warfare fought with money and lies against US citizens and their fight for marriage equality and the rights that come with marriage. Narrated by Dustin Lance Black and directed by Reed Cowan. Some of the amazing reviews it has been given are: “Amazing! Will knock your socks off . . . could be the movie of the year.” – The Huffington Post, “Sparks an informed dialogue.” – Variety. You can see “8: the Mormon Proposition” in theaters in June across the nation, but if you want to purchase this movie pre-orders are being accepted at WolfeVideo.com starting July 13th for only $19.95.