Another gay Disney weekend is over and once again I am exhausted from the fabulous parties put on by Gay Days and One magical Weekend. From the pool parties, the Expo’s, Typhoon Lagoon, The Red Party, Miss Gaydays, E-Tea, Cadebra After-Hours, it was all a big success and loads of fun. Look at these few pics for proof , but check back next week for all the pic pages!
Thursday, June 11
The Pride Factory presents a Swim Sale from today until June 17, where they feature 30% off all regular priced swimwear (excludes certain items).
The GLBX (gay and lesbian Business exchange) presents their monthly after hours networker at Mortons Steak house (500 east Broward Blvd) from 5:30 to 7pm. Admission is complimentary for members and only $10 for non-members. Register at FTLChamber.com
Starting today and going through July 12th is TransArt, a celebration of Transgender talent, vision and possibilities featuring art exhibits, auctions, workshops and lectures takes place in Miami. For more information go to UnityCoalition.org
Friday, June 12
Rumors presents Orange is the New Purple at 9pm hosted by Daisy Deadpetals. This is a party to celebrate the 3rd season premiere of Orange is the New Black on Netflix.
The movie Gemma Bovery opens today in Miami: MDCs Tower, O Cinema-Miami Shores; Broward at Cinema Paradiso/ Hollywood, Cinema Paradiso/Ft Lauderdale, Last Picture Show/Tamarac, Silverspot/Coconut Creek and in Palm Beach County at Living Room/Boca, Movies Of Delray, Movies of Lake worth. In this vibrant seriocomic re-imagining of Flaubert’s literary classic Madame Bovary, life imitates art in uncanny ways when earthy British beauty Gemma Bovery (Gemma Arterton) and her furniture restorer husband Charles (Jason Flemyng) move to a charming ramshackle old farmhouse in the very same Norman village where the novel was written a century earlier. Director Anne Fontaine’s (Coco Before Chanel) clever adaptation of Posy Simmonds’ graphic novel Gemma Bovery is at once a cheeky literary mash-up, a sensuous romance, a witty feminist commentary and a heady celebration of French provincial life.
Saturday, June 13,
The Manor presents, direct from RuPaul’s Drag Race Miss Fame (and her dancers) is her first south Florida Appearance. The night will feature the music of DJ Paul De Leon. They will feature a Meet and Greet with Miss Fame for the first 100 people on line when they open at 11pm. In the Latin Lounge and patio, Noche Latina Saturdays presents hostess Natasha Danielle hearts along with special guest Valeria Courtier an music by DJ Nena. 11pm to 4am with Go-Go Papi’s and No cover!
Bigger Saturdays at Score presents “Men of Israel” starring Israeli Erez Ben Ishay.
Sunday, June 14
Dustin Reffca’s Electric Sheep Sundays at Score salutes Flag Day with special guest Erika Norell along with their regular cast of characters (Athena Dion, Juleisy Inbed, Sean Brady, Roger Lords, Glitter, Chyna Hilton, Rubber and Lisa from Haus of Piss). Doors open at 10pm and features the sounds of DJ Sushiman.
Life’s A Drag, now in its 16th year, moves to Village Pub starting tonight. Life’s A Drag will star Daisy Deadpetals along with a rotating cast. Tonights cast features Erika Norell and Lola Lush.
Wednesday, June 17
An Alibi and B Bar & Grille/Bill’s long time employee/family member was tragically taken from us and tonight at B bar they will present a Celebration Of Life for Henry Vidal starting at 7pm. The celebration will include performances by Nikki Adams, Miss Kitty, Jennifer McClain, Tony & Gloria, Jonathan Wiley and many more special guests.
This is HOT
In Tiger Orange two estranged gay brothers attempt to make amends in Wade Gasque’s charming small-town drama. Set against the sun-kissed fields of Central California, and anchored by strong performances from adult film star-turned-leading man Frankie Valenti (aka Johnny Hazzard) and Mark Strano, Tiger Orange pits two diametric opposites against each other – the closeted introvert versus the out-and-proud hunk. The result is a blunt, playful meditation on queer sibling rivalry and the childhood bonds that force us together.
Chet (Mark Strano) and Todd (Frankie Valenti) are gay brothers who grew up in a small town in Central California to a homophobic, working class single father. Now adults, the two could not have turned out more differently. Chet, the older brother, runs the family hardware store and still lives in their childhood home where he’s cared for their ailing father until his recent death. Todd ran off to LA at eighteen and never looked back. He’s burned the candle at both ends his entire life and now homeless, with no cash, he heads back up the coast to the home and the brother he left behind. The surprise visit shakes up Chet’s safe and guarded life and the two of them living under one roof becomes a recipe for disaster. Soon Todd is stirring up trouble in town with his sexual misadventures and in-your-face bravado and Chet struggles to keep him in check while slowly unraveling himself. But when Todd makes a move on Brandon, a secret high school flame of Chet’s, all of their long-simmering resentments quickly boil to the surface. Chet has all but abandoned his own life to care for their father and keep any semblance of the family together while Todd has lived an open life, bearing the brunt of their father’s rage. Now, without Dad to blame, the brothers are forced to not only hash out their differences but begin to examine the common bond they never truly acknowledged. Tiger Orange has a runtime of 76 minutes and is not rated. Exclusive bonus features will be available on DVD and digitally via WolfeOnDemand.com.