A week ago Wednesday started Completely Incorrect, a spiritual and Philosophical conversations about life’s perspectives and such at I Love Yoga, hosted by Sean David. This event happens every Wednesday and there is no admission, but the success does rely on your donations. Also on Wednesday, Gregarious presented Dezhon performing live from 7:30-9:30 with hits from the 50’s on to today. This show takes you on a journey through time. On Thursday the Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) presented another successful Spotlight Mega-Mixer Networker, this time at Gale South Beach. Starting Friday and going all weekend Johnny’s celebrated the birthday of owner, Sean. Also, on Friday, the Boardwalk celebrated the birthday of Friday hostess Kitty Meow. Saturday featured many events: The Leather Masked Ball presented Lock-Up, a Jail and bail Fundraiser at Scandals Saloon, Woof Events in association with JC Ventura presented WOOF! Fort Lauderdale (Bear Bash Kick-Off) at Hunters Nightclub; and Epic Saturdays at the Manor featured the spectacular finalist from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Courtney Act. On Sunday afternoon we went by Lips for their Gospel Brunch which is always packed and fun, and then on Sunday early evening we went to Sidelines Sports and Video Bar who presented top finalist from The Voice, Karina Iglesias performing live to a very happy crowd.
Thursday, August 28
The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) along with many other LGBT community partners invite you to join fellow members and supporters of the LGBT community to a fun night at Sun Life Stadium (347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens). Come cheer the home town team Miami Dolphins as they face off against the St. Louis Rams for the Pre-Season Finale. Game starts at 7pm. 100 Level Seats ($75) and 400 Level Seats ($35). RSVP at Gaybizmiami.com or call 305-673-4440.
The Pride Factory presents a Store Wide Sale from today until September 3 with huge savings on underwear, swim wear, gym wear fashions and more.
Stonewall Movie Night at the Stonewall Library & ArtServe Auditorium (1300 East Sunrise Boulevard) presents Sunset Boulevard at 7 pm. Stonewall movie night presents the second of two films in a series about “gay camp classics”. In Sunset Boulevard, aging silent-film star Norma Desmond ensnares a young screenwriter in this poison-pen valentine to Hollywood. Gather at Stonewall Library & Archives starting at 6 pm for light refreshments. This event is free and open to the public.
As excitement continues to build for the 6th Annual Ft. Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (FGLFF) opening on October 10, organizers have announced two hilarious films to be shown at the Classic Gateway Theatre as part of the festival’s GLOW series. The first film is “Such Good People” and will be screened at 8pm. Tickets are $10 for Members, $12 for Non-Members and $7 for students with a valid ID on day of show. Stay tuned for the second film in September.
The Mix Designer Men’s clothing presents a Labor Day Sale from today until Sunday with 20-70% off.
Friday, August 29
Rumors presents Pepper Mashay in a free live concert at 11:45pm. VIP tickets available ($25 advance, $35 at the door), which will get you: preferred seating, 2 free drinks, meet & greet and your photo taken with Pepper. Pepper will perform select songs starting at 9:00pm for the VIP ticket holders only, prior to the main performance. 10 VIPs will receive a Pepper Mashay CD.
Saturday, August 30
Rumors presents Boxers & Briefs night from 9pm to 3am. Go and meet their new Shot Boy – Jesse.
Discotekka Miami, Danny Villar and Milancita.com invite you to the Black Wear Party. Their annual all black event is back with non-stop partying. They don’t care what you wear as long as it’s long and black.The night will feature from 11pm the sounds of DJ’s Sushi, Pride, Jalil Z and resident DJ Carlos G at the original La Puta Nota Afterhours at 4am. 4DJ’s, 4 music genres, all Night Long…. Along with their hostesses Poizon Ivy, Sasha Lords and special guests. Guest list available at Milancita.com.
Epic Saturdays at the Manor invites everyone to “Dance Your Ass Off” with celebrity DJ Chris Cox in the Ballroom with a performance by Erika Norell. In the Ivy Lounge and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays features hosted by Viva Mirage with special guests Erika Norell and Taina Norell (Miss Noche Latina 2014) and DJ Nena spinning. 11pm to 4 am with HOT Go-Go boys and no cover.
Starting today and going through Monday The Club Fort Lauderdale celebrates Labor Day with a free poolside BBQ at 1pm.
Bailo Saturdays hosted by Marytrini celebrates Labor Day with special guest Daisy Deadpetals, Calypso Monroe and Adora.
Sunday, August 31
Hobo’s at Rumors kicks off their all new Sunday Brunch. Over a dozen items to choose from for only $14.50 (includes a complementary bloody mary or mimosa) from 11am to 2pm every Sunday.
It only happens once a year, a Gary Santis event, the 16th annual Black Fort Lauderdale Erotic Carnival at the Manor with spectacular shows and visuals. The night will feature celebrity DJ David Knapp and is hosted by Kitty Meow. Doors open at 10pm with no cover before 11 pm and only $10 from 11pm to midnight and $15 thereafter.
Marytrini and Miami Gay Blog present Bailo’s Mega Cabaret hosted by the one and only Marytrini with special guests Valeria Coutier (Miss Bailo 2014), Cynthia Dietrich, Lili Martin, Angelica Monroe, Concha Aranxtha Del Sol, La Chupi Cool and more. For Table reservations call 786-444-0736.
Scandals Saloon presents their monthly Lady Fancy’s Gospel Jubilee at 6 pm, which is a joyful celebration of southern gospel music.
This is HOT
For those of you who know me, you know I am a huge Mel Brooks fan. I can watch his movies over and over. My favorite Mel Brooks movie is History of the World Part 1 and my second favorite is:
The scariest comedy of all time gets resurrected as Young Frankenstein: 40th Anniversary arrives on Blu-ray September 9 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Comedy icons Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman, Teri Garr and Madeline Kahn star in Mel Brooks’ brilliantly outrageous riff on Mary Shelley’s classic story of Frankenstein. After inheriting his grandfather’s castle in Transylvania, young Dr. Frankenstein (Wilder) follows in his ancestor’s freaky footsteps as he sets out to reanimate a dead body in Brooks’ “funniest, most cohesive comedy to date.” (The New York Times).
Young Frankenstein was nominated for two Academy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards. More than 40 years later, the film has stood the test of time, ranking at lucky number 13 on the American Film Institute’s list of the top 100 funniest films.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary, fans of Young Frankenstein can also enter themselves for a chance to win an autographed set photo from the man himself, Mel Brooks! Beginning on September 1, fans can go to YoungFrankSweeps.com for all the rules and a chance to win.