Last Wednesday, Equality Florida presented their Council Mixer at Thirteen honoring Wilton Manors Commissioner Julie Carson. Carol served delicious Hors D’oeuvres and yummy cocktails. On Thursday, the Stonewall Museum and Archives Wilton Manors location presented “Strike a Pose” a Gay Ballroom Exhibit opening. Check out the pic of my buddy Angel Infiniti, who is the father of the house of Infiniti. On Friday night, we headed down to Miami for Hotel Gaythering’s weekly Bears & Hares party, which as always was hopping. Afterwards, we went to Score’s Filthy Gorgeous Fridays, where the theme was Body Shop. Saturday was a busy night in Wilton Manors starting with the Alibi Luau Party, then heading over to Rumors which hosted a Latino Salud Benefit. We then went next door to Progress Bar where they were celebrating their 1 year anniversary all weekend. Saturday’s theme was Wonderland. Afterwards we headed down to the Ramrod’s monthly Pig Dance, which as usual brings out all the bears, leather men and their admirers. We ended the night at Gary Santis’ 17th annual Black Fort Lauderdale Party at The Manor. As usual the Black Party was packed and featured the hot sounds of DJ Tony Moran and the #1 adult video star Sebastian Kross who was super sexy! On Sunday we started the afternoon at Flip Flops Dockside monthly Tea Dance, which was packed as it is every month. Afterwards we headed down to the 2nd Vagabundos Pool Party, which featured the sounds of my friend DJ AJ Reddy who kept the Miami boys dancing all afternoon. We ended the night at Urge: Labor Day 2K15, which was also the closing party for Mansion and packed in all the circuit boys!


Thursday, September 10

Starting tonight and going through September 16, The Pride Factory presents their Fall Clearance where they feature a 40-50% off Select Swim and fashion and 30-40% off select underwear.

Wilton Manors Business Association Meeting takes place at 6pm  at the Stonewall Museum – Wilton Manors Gallery (2157 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors). They invite everyone to join them, learn about the Stonewall Museum and network with other area businesses. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages provided with parking along street or City lot.


Friday, September 11

WHSF-v3036_FridayCarol Logen and Bo Sebastian will perform your favorite Broadway songs, dance numbers, and duets at the Fort Lauderdale Center for Spiritual Living located at 1550 NE 26th Street, Wilton Manors at 7:30pm. The song and dance revue, which benefits the Center for Spiritual Living, will be an exciting evening featuring duets from great Broadway shows including Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Wicked, Company, Les Misérables, On the 20th Century and more. Tickets are $10. For more information, contact The Fort Lauderdale Center for Spiritual Living at (954) 566-2868, or email


Saturday, September 12

WHSF-v3036_SaturdayBigger Saturdays at Score presents DJ Isaac Escalante’s birthday bash.

The Manor Complex presents their annual “End of Summer” theme party. This year the party will feature the sounds of DJ Paul De Leon, choreographed productions, novelty acts and of course beautiful dancers. In the Ivy Lounge and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays presents special guests Erika Norell and Lola Lotus along with the sounds of DJ Nena and HOT Latin Go-Go Papi’s. Saturdays at the manor are from 11pm to 4 am and features NO COVER before midnight and only $5 after midnight for member and $7 for non-members.

Today and tomorrow the Club Fort Lauderdale presents their annual 9 visit coupon sale (onlyWHSF-v3036_Saturday2 $84), and they will also feature a complimentary poolside luncheon both days at 1pm.

Once again, the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus presents “Fall Follies!” at 8pm at the NSU Art Museum, Ft. Lauderdale (One East Las Olas Blvd). This will be a cabaret style fund raiser show featuring chorus members and special musical surprises! They invite you to come early and enjoy drinks, finger foods and a silent auction. Then join them in the auditorium where they will highlight Gay-on-Broadway with all the songs you’d expect and maybe some surprises! Enjoy coffee, cordials and deserts at intermission and get ready for the second half of the concert where you will dance in your seats to music from “Kinky Boots”! All this fun for only $40! To purchase tickets in advance call the chorus office at 954-832-0060

WHSF-v3036_Saturday3Magic City Casino (450 NW 37 Avenue), Miami’s first casino to offer Las Vegas style slot machines, welcomes Taylor Dayne and Coro at 9pm in Stage 305. Taylor Dayne, pop singer, songwriter and actress, is best known for the Billboard chart-topping hits, “Tell It To My Heart,” “Love Will Lead You Back” and “I’ll Always Love You.” Each of these songs went on to earn Gold single status. Earlier this year, Dayne was featured in Bravo’s reality series, “The Millionaire Matchmaker.” Dayne recently released her newest greatest hits album “Greatest Hits Live.” Admission is $20 with VIP tables available for $200 (includes seating for four). Dress code is enforced. Show is limited to adults over 21. For more details, call 305-649-3000.

Magic City Casino offers free parking with Valet parking available as well.


Sunday, September 13WHSF-v3036_Sunday

The Ramrods 21st Anniversary celebration will take place tonight and they will feature $1,000 in cash and prizes, including a free helicopter ride, a balloon drop at midnight, and 50 CDs of the hit single “Ramrod Muscle” by Bryan Reyes and of course the annual Anniversary Pin give-a-way.

Two of Kind” is a cabaret and concert act  from 7-8pm at The Sanctuary Second WHSF-v3036_Sunday2Presbyterian Church, 1400 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, starring Brent Kuenning and Steven Geyer – two former New York singers, dancers, and actors with a Broadway, national, and international history. As best friends of similar backgrounds, experiences, and musical tastes their signature show, “Swing, Sing, and Soul” evokes famous male duet partners like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, Bobby Darin and Johnny Mercer, and the Rat Packers. Additionally, the show also includes contemporary music in its repertoire. The show is a joint benefit concert with and is free, with a suggested donation of $10 at the door.


Monday, September 14

Alibi has become famous for many things, one of them is their annual turnabout, which takes place tonight with the theme “The Really Desperate Dragwives of Wilton Drive,” and from what I am told will be hysterical. The festivities start at 9pm!

Starting tonight, Scandals Saloon presents Country Queens every Monday starting at 8:30pm.


Hot Stuff

We’re so excited to share with you our brand new, 100% redesigned website for the Miami Gay Men’s Chorus! We welcome you to visit now and take a look around. We’re sure you’ll find lots of new things to learn about us. And if you have any feedback about the website, we gladly welcome it. Simply reply to this email and share your thoughts!


This is HOT

Just when you thought “The Golden Girls” couldn’t get any gayer… get ready to see Sophia, WHSF-v3036_TIHDorothy, Rose and Blanche as you’ve never seen them before when stars of Logo’s hit “RuPaul’s Drag Race” don “Golden Girls” drag to host 30 hours of “Golden Girls” episodes.  Logo’s ’30 Isn’t a Drag’ marathon celebrates 30 years of the most fabulous foursome in TV history begins Saturday at 12pm and running through Sunday, September 13 at 6pm. Fresh off of their hotly buzzed about appearance with Miley Cyrus at the 2015 MTV VMAs, the ’30 Isn’t a Drag’ marathon features “RuPaul’s Drag Race” favorites Shangela as Sophia, Delta Work as Dorothy, Pandora Boxx as Rose, and Willam as Blanche. The queens will be serving side eye, fierce friendship and lots of cheesecake as they put their own spin on “The Golden Girls,” dish on their WHSF-v3036_TIH2favorite moments, and introduce 30 of the most unforgettable episodes of the seminal sitcom. The 30 memorable “Golden Girls” episodes, as selected by Logo, will air back-to-back during the ’30 Isn’t a Drag’ marathon and then repeat. Selected episodes include guest appearances George Clooney, Bob Hope, Julio Iglesias and Meschah Taylor, in addition to everyone’s favorite ladies. The Emmy-Award winning sitcom “The Golden Girls” ran from 1985-1992 and starred Estelle Getty as Sophia Petrillo, Bea Arthur as Dorothy Zbornak, Betty White as Rose Nylund, and Rue McClanahan as Blanche Devereaux. The anniversary takeover will continue online as well, with exclusive behind-the-scenes content featuring the “RuPaul’s Drag Race” alums in full Golden Girls-drag on both Logo and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Facebook and twitter accounts.