This was a crazy week filled with events that I am still tired from. It started last Monday when the Village Pub presented their first annual Miss & Mr. Village Pub. Lots of fun performances and in the end the winners were…
This was a crazy week filled with events that I am still tired from. It started last Monday when the Village Pub presented their first annual Miss & Mr. Village Pub. Lots of fun performances and in the end the winners were _______. On Tuesday nigh, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force presented Sparkle at the Red Room at the Shore Club hotel. Guests enjoyed an evening of socializing with MRD committee members, South Florida’s LGBT tastemakers, power players and allies, as well as a motivational speech from this year’s Eddy McIntyre Award recipient Joseph L. Falk. In addition, attendees were treated to a special performance by Miami-based critically acclaimed dancer and choreographer Pioneer Winter. On Saturday night Poizon Ivy celebrated her birthday at Discotekka with hundreds of her closest friends. Also on Saturday night, the Manor featured DJ Joe Gauthreaux in the Main room. In the Latin Room and Patio, special guest, direct from RuPaul’s All Stars, Latrice Royale. This was one of the busiest I have ever seen the Manor with people wall to wall in every room. Special shout out to my friend Latrice, who turned it out! It was the annual Urban Music festival Weekend in South Beach. Here is a pic of everyone dancing in front of Palace…fun! Sunday Afternoon, the Coral Reef Guest House, in association with Ruff Riders, presented a Pool Party. Sunday night was the much anticipated annual White Fort Lauderdale at Revolution and once again Abel turned it out to a bevy of beautiful men! Congrats Gary and Hilton on another successful party!
Thursday, May 30
Boom presents their star from RuPaul’s All Stars, Latrice Royale.
Friday, May 31
Trixies II presents its Grand Opening tonight in their new location at 1322 North Dixie Highway in Hollywood. For more information call 954-793-5934.
Miami Gay Men’s Chorus presents their Spring 2013 performance of “Absolutely Normal” from today through June 2 at the Colony Theater Miami Beach. “Absolutely Normal” promises to be an affordable and entertaining evening for those seeking quality entertainment. May 31st & June 1st show times are at 8 pm and on June 2nd show time is at 3 pm. Ticket prices start at $25 and can be purchased online at MiamiGayChorus.org, or at the Colony Theatre Box Office.
Saturday June 1
Starting today and going the entire month, the Spa Cabanas will be offering a special price for clients who mention their ad in Hot Spots Magazine. A 60 minute massage, normally $ 85.00, will only be $59.00. For reservations please call 954-565-2307
Ramrod presents Pig Dance #58 (first Saturday of every month) with special guest DJ, Chris Racine.
The Boardwalk is celebrating the birthday of bartender Cory (A.K.A adult video star Devon Adams) starting at 11pm.
The Manor, as part of their 3rd annual Glow Weekend, presents DJ Rodney Green in the main room and in The Latin Lounge and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays, will be celebrating with the final appearance of Angel Saez, Mr. Continental 2013, before he moves to Chicago. NLS will also star hostess Viva Mirage along with Maestro, DJ Larry Larr. 10:30pm to 4 am with no cover.
Discotekka presents “F*uck Disney, the Party is Here” event with DJ’s Just Oliver, Tony and Carlos G along with performances by Poizon Ivy, TP Lords, Sasha Lords, Gina D’Angelo, Vinna Rouge, and Cherry Selene.
Score’s Bigger Saturdays presents DJ Alex Infiniti along with a special performance by birthday girl Kiara Lords and door by Asia.
Sunday, June 2
Central Bark Doggy Day Care (3699 N. Dixie Highway in Oakland Park) presents a Dog Wash/Phooto Shoot from 11 am to 3 pm with Proceeds to Benefit Grateful Paws Dog & Cat Rescue. The event will include $10 dog wash; $5 nail trim and $10 photo pet portraits, as well as raffles and auction. All supplies donated by Central Bark Doggy Day Care. Grateful Paws Dog & Cat Rescue will also be conducting onsite adoptions. For more information call 954-968-3647.
Wednesday, June 5
ArtCenter/South Florida’s new exhibition “Unpredictable Patterns of Behavior” opens June 5th at both its Richard Shack Gallery (800 Lincoln Road) and at Project 924 (located upstairs at 924 Lincoln Road) and will be on view from June 1-July 28. The opening reception is open to the public tonight from 6:00-10:00 p.m. (this is the first time ArtCenter has utilized both Lincoln Road spaces simultaneously). ArtCenter has invited Ombretta Agró Andruff to curate this exhibition. She is an art visionary, originally from Italy who recently relocated from New York to Miami Beach. This is the first exhibition that Ms. Agró has curated in Miami. “Unpredictable Patterns of Behavior” is a sequel to her 2012 New York exhibition, “(Un) Folding Patterns.” The New York show focused on the relationship between mathematics and the visual arts. This sequel explores how creative minds interpret patterns across the artistic disciplines of the visual arts, sound, and architecture. For more information call 305-674-8278 or go to ArtCenterSF.org
The original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus presents its 27th season finale’ concert “A GALA Old Time” on Friday and Saturday June 7th and 8th at 8 pm at The Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale (One East Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL). Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of GALA Choruses (The Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses) this musical walk through history will be directed by Dr. Gary Keating, the founder of the chorus 26 years ago. Highlights include some of the most popular pieces sung by America’s GALA choruses over the last 30 years…music that has stood the test of time! Tickets are $40 premium seating (first 5 rows) and $25 general admission and can be ordered by calling the chorus office at 954-832-0060. Musical selections include: “Marry Us” from The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus “Diversity” from the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles “In My Mother’s Eyes” from Turtle Creek Chorale “Love Don’t Need A Reason” from The NYC Gay Men’s Chorus “The Testament of Freedom” a 1943 composition by Randall Thompson sung by several GALA choruses over the years “All Rights Reserved” from the Fort Collins, CO Rainbow Chorus sung with our special guests, The Fort Lauderdale Women’s Chorus And Much, Much More!
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A mild-mannered businessman and the spend-happy con woman who stole his identity embark on an uproarious, cross-country road trip in the number one comedy blockbuster Identity Thief, available on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand June 4, 2013, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Identity Thief’s fearlessly funny stars – Jason Bateman (Horrible Bosses) and Emmy® and Oscar winner Melissa McCarthy (Mike & Molly, Bridesmaids) – charmed critics and audiences alike with their off-the-wall outrageous banter. Directed by Seth Gordon, Identity Thief also features an all-star ensemble cast including Jon Favreau (Iron Man series), Amanda Peet (2012), Tip ‘T.I.’ Harris (American Gangster), Genesis Rodriguez (What to Expect When You’re Expecting), John Cho (Harold & Kumar series), Robert Patrick (Safe House) and Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”). Both the Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD include an unrated, extended version of the film featuring exclusive footage not shown in theaters, as well as a gag reel and making of the featurette with interviews with the film’s creators and cast. Exclusive to the Blu-ray™ Combo Pack are bonus features including alternate takes, a behind-the-scenes featurette highlighting the stars’ unique comedic contributions, and an insider tour with one of the movie’s most memorable characters.