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Last Wednesday, my pal Rodiney Santiago (of the A-List New York) had his 2014 calendar launch at Mova South Beach. Rodiney was there looking sexy as always…

whsf bannerLast Wednesday, my pal Rodiney Santiago (of the A-List New York) had his 2014 calendar launch at Mova South Beach. Rodiney was there looking sexy as always and taking pics with his fans and autographing calendars. On Thursday, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force presented the official Miami Recognition Dinner “Sparkle” Preview Party on at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour. Neiman Marcus’ Men’s Fashion Director Matthew Singer presented this season’s top trends, which feature bold jewel tones, stunning outerwear including  the velvet jackets, motorcycle jackets and cardigans, and fabulous accessories such as textured shoes. It was a fabulous fashion show! On Thursday Score opened in their new location on Washington Avenue and featured a VIP party early on and then opened to the public. Congrats to Billy and Luis who packed the new Score all weekend long! On Friday and Saturday was the grand opening of Therapy in Downtown Miami. There were sexy boys dancing all weekend long and on Saturday they featured adult video stars Ryan Rose and Trenton Ducati. On Saturday, Unity Coalition presented the 3rd annual Celebrate Orgullo, which this year moved to its new home on 73rd street. The event was a tribute to the Latino community with many performances, but the highlight of the day was a performance by Grammy and Emmy award winning Albita and her live band. A special thanks to Herb Sosa and the entire committee for putting on such a nice event.
Also on Saturday a little north from us was the 9th annual Orlando Pride, and once again they surpassed expectations with attendance estimated at over 100,000 people. Congrats to the MBA, Mikael, and all that are involved for such a powerhouse event!

Thursday, October 10

The 5th annual Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival starts tonight and goes through Sunday. For information on the films, the parties or buying tickets go to FLGLFF.com

whsf thur artAdrienne Arsht Center and the University of Miami, Department of Theatre Arts present Metamorphoses, written by Tony Award-winning playwright Mary Zimmerman, and is directed by Henry Fonte. Preview is tonight with opening night tomorrow, October 11 through October 27, at the Carnival Studio Theater. Tickets are $45 but please be aware that this performance includes Full Frontal Male Nudity.

The Lake Worth Playhouse (713 Lake Ave) opens its 61st season with a young and vibrant new musical, All Shook Up, a tribute to the life, songs and rock-and-roll style of the music king. Inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley. The story is based on William Shakespeare’s 1602 play Twelfth Night. Tonight is the preview night at 8p.m. ($23 & $27) and opening night is Friday, October 11 at 8p.m. ($35 – includes Opening Night Elegance). Evening and matinee performances will run October 12 – October 27 at 8pm and 2pm. ($26 & $30). Tickets can be purchased through the Lake Worth Playhouse Box Office at 561-586-6410 or online at lakeworthplayhouse.org.

The Village Pub’s 1st anniversary week continues with an encore appearance of the fabulous duo of Amy and Freddy at 9pm. His Musicianship and her voice will absolutely blow you away!

Starting tonight and going through the 16th the Pride Factory presents a Columbus Day Sale where you get $5 off for every $50 you spend and $15 for every $100 you spend.

Friday, October 11

whsf fri boardThe Boardwalk presents Andrew Christian exclusive, Topher Dimaggio, live and in person tonight, tomorrow and Sunday with 2 shows every night!

The Miami Beach Stage Door at the Byron Carlyle Theatre (500 71st Street in Miami Beach) presents “Moon Over Buffalo” starting today and going through Nov 3rd. Catch the performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. For more information call 305-397-8977.

Growl Fridays at Bill’s presents their monthly Customer Appreciation Party with special guest, the very sexy Andrew Christian cover model Topher Dimaggio.

The Village Pub’s 1st anniversary week continues with a rededication of the Wilton Manors History Wall in memory of Diane Cline at 4pm.

Saturday, October 12

Epic Saturdays at The Manor presents 2 parties. In the Ballroom they invite you to “Discover, a whsf sat manorColumbus Day Theme Party” starring, back by popular demand, DJ David Knapp and in the Latin room and patio, Noche Latina Saturdays celebrates Viva Mirages 9th anniversary of Female Impersonation with special guest La Radisson, alongside the sexy Latin Papi dancers and DJ Larry Larr. 10:30pm with no cover.

whsf dilfThis month D.I.L.F. party at Bill’s is proud to be a part of the Ft. Lauderdale Leather Pride Weekend. Bill’s will be hosting the infamous Guy Baldwin from 7-10 p.m. (This will be a non-smoking event) in an interview discussion on “History Speaks” with questions and answers to follow. Then at 10 p.m. the after party begins with the invasion of DJ Herbie James on turntables leading us into a night of D.I.L.F. where hot leather daddies are cruising for a Hot new boy toy. Tickets for D.I.L.F. may be purchased at the door for $5 which enters you into a raffle for a chance to win $500 cash. Winner must be present to win. 

Discotekka Miami and Milancita.com Invites everyone to Blackout in the Glow. Join them in this ultra sexy dark event, where anything can happen when the lights go out. The night will star DJ Renn in the main room, DJ Tony for the Latin Room and DJ Carlos G for afterhours.

After the FLGLFF showing of “The Rugby Player” at the Gateway Cinema, join Sidelines for a Meet and Greet Cocktail Reception with the film’s Director Scott Gracheff. Receive a free “Rugby Drink” with your ticket stub.  Film starts at 4:15pm, Meet and Greet will follow at 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

The Ramrod presents the 4th annual Kink Dance at 11pm with Kink demos out front and throughout the bar. In addition Falcon star Roland Dane will be boxing and wrestling Bjorn Nielson out front and later on he will be in the cage.

Sunday, October 13

whsf sun ramThe annual Mr. Ramrod contest takes place tonight at 10pm. Who will be the stud that wins the next Mr. Ramrod? There is only one way to find out!

Bearricane” takes Inn Leather by storm for six hours of pool party from noon to 6 pm presented by the Bears of South Florida (BOSFL). The event includes Humpy’s Pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, and more! RSVP to be entered into their “Golden Ticket” raffle. Admission is $12 for those who RSVP’d and $15 at the door. Guest suite reserved for the use and enjoyment of their guests! Call Inn Leather now, at 954-467-1444, to reserve your room, and be sure to ask for the “Bearricane” rate. DJ Jimmy P will be spinning the beats pool side. For more information or to become a member, go to BOSFL.org.

The Village Pub’s 1st anniversary week continues with the Grand Prize heel spin at 5pm.

Monday, October 14

Kevin Broady, Victor Zepka and Chopin Vodka presents the “Pink Bra Auction, Bling My Bra” a bra auction, silent auction and raffle benefitting the Susan G. Komen For the Cure Foundation hosted by Toni Barone, Diva and Victor Zepka at the Boardwalk starting at 7 pm.

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whsf thisThe first taste of Erasure’s new album, Snow Globe (out on November 11th) is here in the shape of a beautiful trailer. Created by Martin Meunier (James & The Giant Peach and Coraline) the trailer features Erasure’s rendition of “Silent Night.” Watch the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/74446739.  The album will be released on CD and as a Limited Edition Deluxe Christmas Box Set. The box set includes 3 CDs plus an exclusive festive tree bauble, desktop calendar, postcards and a Christmas card signed by Vince and Andy with much more to be announced. Produced by Erasure, Gareth Jones and Richard X, Snow Globe is a collection of original compositions and seasonal classics, and follows 2011’s album, Tomorrow’s World. The first single, “Gaudete” (Erasure’s take on the traditional Latin carol) will be released on October 29th. The award-winning songwriting duo of Vince Clarke and Andy Bell unleashed on the nation a succession of both influential and chart-topping pop anthems of the ‘80s, ‘90s through to today. Songs like “A Little Respect,” “Sometimes,” “Victim Of Love,” “Ship Of Fools,” Blue Savannah,” “Star,” “Chains Of Love,” “The Circus,” “Who Needs Love (Like That),” “Love To Hate You,”  “Drama!,” “Always,” and “Breathe,” ensured a formidable presence on the singles charts complemented by five consecutive No 1 albums (including The Innocents, Wild! and Chorus) and the beginning of the worldwide Abba revival, ‘Abba-esque’.

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