Last Thursday, The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) presented its Spotlight Mega-Mixer Networker at Bacardi’s Headquarters and featured free food bites and cocktails courtesy of Bacardi & GREY GOOSE Vodka and was a great chance to mingle and network in a beautiful environment. Friday night we felt like country, so we headed to Scandals to hang with the cowboys. As always, Scandals was hopping! Saturday was filled with events and places to go. It started with the once a month FAT Art Walk, which always features amazing artists and is a visual pleasure. Afterwards, we headed down to Miami and the first stop was Floppy Roosters where we saw many things flop around on beautiful men. Then we headed to Club Bailo for some Latin infusion and ran into Milancita, Ivan of Miami Beach Gay Pride and of course the diva of the house Marytrini. It was then off to the beach for the re-opening of Club Boi in the downstairs space at Score. From what I saw, the Bruthaz really like the move and it looks like they found a permanent home. Afterwards it was off to Club Bekkoi for La Puta Nota afterhours and we ran into Raul Vegas and some of his friends while listening to the fabulous beats of Carlos G. On Sunday, Rumors celebrated the birthday of Brendan, and many of his friends and fans came out (Pictured here is Brendan with his parents).


Thursday, July 30

Starting today and going through August 5th, the Pride Factory features a Sale where if you spend $50 you get a $5 gift card and if you spend $100, you get a $15 gift card. In addition, starting August 1, they are featuring 40% off rental movies.

Village Pub presents the second “Caliente” with Jose Vega at 9:45pm with Latin entertainment by performers Selena Jimenez, Athena Dion, Rolly and Sebastian. They will also feature a dance competition.



Friday, July 31

Rumors hosts a “Blue Moon Party“. This is the kickoff event for a series of “Full Moon” glow parties with giveaways and entertainment. Featured shows begin at 11 pm and at Midnight hosted by Daisy Deadpetals and Erika Norell.WHSF-3030_Friday

The Alibi/Monkey Bar is starting an all new show on Fridays starring former Mr. Continental, Antonio Edwards, singing live in the Manchester room. Shows are at 8, 9 and 10pm.


Saturday, August 1

The Ramrod presents Pig Dance #84 (first Saturday of every month) with DJ/Producer Bryan Reyes featuring his hit song “Ramrod.”

Club Fort Lauderdale’s very popular Res-Erection Blackout Naked Play Space Event takes WHSF-3030_Saturdayplace once again tonight starting at 10 pm.

Bigger Saturdays at Score presents DJ Carlos G spinning and a preview of the Voi Toi latest swimwear collection.

The Manor Saturdays presents “Made In Brazil” a spectacular Carnaval inspired theme party starring Rio’s celebrity DJ Tannuri in the Ballroom. In the Ivy Lounge and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays presents Brazilian Olga Dantelly along with _____________ and a Samba dance competition at 2:30am for $250 in cash and prizes. Saturdays at the Manor feature fabulous acts, hot Go-Go boys, and extravagant décor. 11pm to 4 am with no cover before midnight and only $5 with Manor card and $7 without after.


Monday, August 3

The Boardwalk is celebrating Deja Devonier’s birthday at 9pm featuring special guest performers and much more.


Tuesday, August 4

Four-time Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis is universally recognized as the greatest diver WHSF-3030_Tuesdayever, but his greatest impact may ultimately come from being one of the first openly gay athletes in America. The intimate documentary Back On Board: Greg Louganis looks at the public triumphs and private struggles of this LGBT trailblazer when it debuts tonight from 10:00-11:30 pm exclusively on HBO. Back On Board: Greg Louganis traces his story from a difficult childhood, through his Olympic conquests, to a transformative post-Olympic life, outlining the discrimination and other obstacles he has faced throughout his remarkable journey.


Miss Florida F.I. 2015

WHSF-3030_MissFloridaFIThe 43rd anniversary of Miss Florida F.I. is only a few days away as it takes place on Monday, August 10th at 7pm at the beautiful Deauville Beach Resort on Miami Beach. For tickets go to: and for hotel rooms call the Deauville, where rooms start at only $139 a night. Use the code “MissFL2015” for an instant upgrade. For more information about the pageant call 954-478-4587.


Hot Stuff

Republic Records will release the Ricki and the Flash – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack WHSF-3030_HSon Friday, August 7, which coincides with the same day that the TriStar Pictures film, directed by legendary Oscar®-winning director Jonathan Demme and written by Academy Award®-winning writer Diablo Cody, is out in theaters everywhere.

To prepare for her role as Ricki Rendazzo, the leader of the cover band Ricki and the Flash, three-time Academy Award® winner Meryl Streep – already a talented singer – trained for months to play the guitar.  Streep’s skill on the axe can now be heard on the soundtrack, as she leads an all-star group of musicians – including GRAMMY Award-winning rock hero Rick Springfield, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bernie Worrell on keyboards, legendary bassist Rick Rosas, and veteran drummer Joe Vitale.  Together, they are Ricki and the Flash.


This is HOT

Set amidst the remote and rugged Oceanside of Southern Brazil, this drama is an exploration of WHSF-3030_TISfriendship, sexuality and personal identity for two teenage boys, with an erotic subtext that culminates in tender and mysterious ways.

Two Brazilian high school students, Martin (Mateus Almada) and Tomaz (Mauricio Barcellos) reconnect in a windswept coastal town where Martin’s grandfather recently passed away. Despite group outings and flirtations from local teenage girls, Martin and Tomaz gradually realize that their true interest lies in each other. In an abandoned seaside house, secrets are shared, old family wounds are re-opened, and together they grapple with the meanings of friendship and love, and sexual tension in a suddenly adult world.

SEASHORE world premiered at the prestigious 2015 Berlin Film Festival, and has been playing film festivals to critical acclaim since.

has a runtime of 83 minutes; is not rated and is $24.95 at