Four special community advocates and Broward House volunteers were honored at Broward House’s Spirit of Hope Grand Reception. Last Tuesday at the S3 Restaurant at the Hilton evening of recognition, where Broward House and the community say thanks to this year’s Spirit of Hope honorees. On Wednesday, the monthly Pride Center’s Founders Circle event at Allied Kitchen & Bath which once again was a successful event for the Center. Last Thursday was Le Boy’s Andrew Christian Model Search Finals. Congrats to winner Kyle. On Friday night I went to Rumors for the Daisy Deadpetals show, and while there I ran into my buddy Mikey (only I can call him Mikey….everyone else Mike…LOL) who was with his buddy Will. Daisy as always was hysterical! Early Saturday evening R House Wynwood is hosted the Coming out Cuba Foundation Kick-off party that featured free admission, to introduce the organization’s initial project and initiatives as well as their ambassadors and also to celebrate the Cuban culture. The night also featured a silent auction donated by Gay & Cuban artists, drag shows hosted by Athena Dion, live show performer Nicolle Chirino and a live art show by: Eddy Münster. Afterwards we went to Floppy Roosters. We all know that Floppy Roosters is the only place in South Florida to see all Nude Male dancers, but take a look at how hot the bartenders are. Afterwards we went next door to Bailo to see Hotspots’ cover model Damian, who was working hard behind the bar to please all his loyal customers. Afterwards we went to Club Boi in their new home downstairs at Score to party with our African American friends. Sunday night I a bunch of Hotspots’ employees went to Village Pub for “Life’s A Drag” starring Daisy Deadpetals (ok, I guess I had a Daisy week) with this week’s special guest, the newly crowned National Entertainer of the Year, Sunny Delight.
Thursday, September 3
Based on the game Cards Against Humanity, Alexis Couture presents Queens Against Humanity, an interactive game and drag show that will take place the first Thursday of each month at 9:45pm at Village Pub.
Friday, September 4
Today and tomorrow Progress Bar will be celebrating their 1 year anniversary. Tonight they presents “Evo:Deep Space,” an alien spaced themed experience. The promise the weekend will be filled with theatrics, performances, dancers, giveaways, and tons of surprises.
Rumors hosts “Daisy Dukes & Cowboy Boots” starting at 9pm. This is a fundraising benefit for Peaceful Ridge Rescue. Entertainment includes a dunk tank, snow cones & cotton candy, 50/50 raffle and a special Daisy Deadpetals show starting at 11pm. This is also a birthday celebration for Tyler Duke, so come help Tyler celebrate.
The Boardwalk presents Erotic Film Star Will Braun live for 2 shows nightly tonight Saturday and Sunday.
Bubble Gum Fridays at the Manor presents, as part of Black Fort Lauderdale, Max Malanaphy from RuPaul’s Drag Race. Doors open at 11pm and the first 100 people on line get a meet and greet with Max.
Starting today and going through September 7th, Creative Male (3227 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami) is featuring 25%-80% off EVERYTHING in the store, including already reduced merchandise. If you are ordering online (CreativeMale.com) enter code Labor15 for a 25% off discount.
Siempre Flamenco’s Festival de Cante Flamenco returns to the Adrienne Arsht Center for a mesmerizing and passionate production featuring Spain’s brightest stars. Performance dates and times are tonight at 8 p.m.; Saturday, September 5 at 3 and 8 p.m.; and Sunday, September 6 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $48 per person and may be purchased through the Adrienne Arsht Center Box Office by calling (305) 949-6722 or online at ArshtCenter.org.
Saturday, September 5
The Manor Complex presents the 17th annual Black Fort Lauderdale, the largest Gay Fetish event in Florida starring America’s #1 Adult Film Star, Sebastian Kross along with DJ Tony Moran spinning. In addition, they will feature novelty acts and superstar dancers. Doors open 1 hour early at 10pm and there is no cover before 11pm. From 11pm to midnight its $15 and after midnight its $20.
The Ramrod presents Pig Dance #85 (first Saturdays of every month) starring DJ Doug Jackson.
Continuing their 2 day anniversary party, Progress Bar presents “Wonderland: An over the Top Circuit Event,” where they promise that not all fairy tales end happily.
Club Fort Lauderdale presents their annual 7 visit coupon pre-sale today, tomorrow and Monday. 10 visits for $84 (good for a 3 hour locker).They will also feature a complimentary poolside luncheon these 3 days at 1pm. Speaking of the Club Fort Lauderdale, starting at 10pm they feature Res-Erection, which is their monthly jam packed Blackout Naked Play Space event.
Rumors hosts “Latin Night” a fundraiser benefiting Latinos Salud. Festivities begin at 9 pm and is hosted by Carmen Adore. Come watch and dance to an all-star cast of entertainers for a great cause. All tips will be donated to Latinos Salud. You can also learn how to salsa in the parking lot.
Sunday, September 6
Flip Flops Dockside Eatery presents their monthly T Dance from 4-7pm, which is always packed. The T Dance is hosted by Amanda Austin and features the sounds of DJ Silvio. This month’s special guests are Willow Bierce Austin, Kataleya Davenport and Rianna Petrone.
Rumors invites the community to come hear Evan Grushka play and sing during Sunday Brunch from 1-3pm. He is a very talented musician and does a variety of songs and will also take requests. He will be making many more appearances at Rumors in the future!
Tuesday, September 8
The Monthly Mack Mixer takes place tonight at SuViche (401 East Las Olas Blvd) from 6:30-9pm. The $10 entry includes one complimentary Ketel One cocktail. No RSVP required. For more info visit MackPlanet.com.
The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida is starting up another concert cycle, and that means open auditions! Anyone who wants to try out is welcome to do so. The first rehearsals of the season will be held tonight and Tuesday, September 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Sunshine Cathedral in Fort Lauderdale.
Wednesday, September 9
New York Grilled Cheese presents “Cheese-A-Rama” hosted by Daisy Deadpetals from 7:30-9:30pm, and is a benefit for the Smart Ride. The event will feature a 50/50 raffle, and a silent auction. In addition 20% of all food sales will go to the Smart Ride and $1 goes to the Smart Ride for every Facebook check in.
Adams Interiors presents $300 off The Comfort Sleeper by American Leather until September 29. This sleeper features no bars, no springs and no sagging.
Z-Roc Dermatology is offering 20% off all CO2 procedures for the entire month of September.
This is HOT
The Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary – the ultimate midnight movie – comes home on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD September 22 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Featuring an all-star cast, including: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf, The Rocky Horror Picture Show quickly became a pop cultural phenomenon passed down from generation to generation. Now, after four decades, it’s back stronger than ever with an all-new Ultimate Collector’s Edition, featuring limited edition packaging, exclusive collectible pink surgical gloves, fishnet stockings and a soundtrack for its army of die-hard fans!
The Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary edition is packed with featurettes highlighting past celebrations and midnight screenings, deleted musical scenes, 11 outtakes, alternate endings, commentaries by Richard O’Brien and Patricia Quinn (Magenta), photo galleries and more! Bring the midnight screening home to share with friends and family with Rocky-oke: Sing It! – which includes 18 show-stopping musical numbers from the hugely popular soundtrack: “Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me,” “Sweet Transvestite,” “The Time Warp” and more! The Blu-ray also features incredible HD featurettes, as well as a photo gallery from Rock ‘N’ Roll’s seminal photographer Mick Rock, which dives deeper into Rock’s experience capturing the moment on-set and behind-the-scenes of the 1975 film. In “Mick Rock’s Picture Show (A Gallery)” fans can take a peek at more than 70 high-resolution images from his archives.
Since its 1975 release, The Rocky Horror Picture Show quickly made its mark as the most-beloved cult film of all time. Today, this iconic cult classic film is the longest running theatrical release of all-time and currently plays at weekly midnight showings in over 300 theaters across the U.S. and even more around the world. Moreover, the film’s cultural exposure and acclaim has extended far beyond the theatrical release, as the original “Rocky Horror” stage show continues to delight audiences worldwide.