Glow Miami Presents Freak Show

Thursday, January 18

OUT Shine Film Festival presents their Glow Miami Monthly screening at O Cinema Wynwood at 7p.m. This month they present Freak Show. Get tickets at: 

Friday, January 19

W Fort Lauderdale and Atlantis Events invites the entire community to get on board at the official Atlantis Sail Away Party from 6 to 10p.m. This is a 21 + event and there is limited capacity, so please RSVP at 

Tonight and tomorrow night Le Boy will be celebrating their 3rd anniversary with 30 boys live on stage, a complimentary buffet at 7p.m. and ½ price VIP rooms until 10 p.m.

The Pub invites the entire community to their 2018 Softball Turnabout: Heathers go out to Sea. The show will start promptly at 7p.m, and for those of you who haven’t been to this event before, it’s hysterical!


Saturday, January 20

Art Explosion presents its closing party entitled “Fashion Reaction” at Art Serve (1350 East Sunrise Blvd) with the cocktail hour from 6-7p.m. and show time from 7-9p.m. The event will be hosted by Max Tucci and feature Avi Ram, Antonio Edwards, DJ Frankie Fox, Fabrizio Cruz/Akrylika, Chad Johnson, a fashion show, and much more. General Admission is $30 ($20 for Arts Untied members) and can be purchased at or at the door.

Noche Latina Saturdays inside the Ivy Dance Room and Patio at the Manor Complex presents the final official appearance of Angie Ovahness Pryce and Tonny Morales Glez as Miss and Mr. Noche Latina 2017. The night will also star resident DJ Larry Larr and sexy Latin Go-Go Papi’s. Saturdays at the Manor are from 11p.m. to 4a.m. and is free before midnight (Fl res) and only $7 after for members and $10 for non-members (18-20 $12 all night).

da Fonseca Contemporanea (2201 Wilton Drive) presents the opening reception of Art of Nature from 6-10p.m. featuring works by Ernesto Kunde & Twyla Gettert. For more information call

The Outlandish series presents Jackie Hoffman (Mamacita in “Feud”) in “What Ever Happened to Jackie’s Emmy at the Sunshine Cathedral at 8p.m. Jackie will share some delish dish and so much more in her offensive, side splitting monologues and songs. To purchase tickets, go to:

Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar presents their monthly “Beast: Fetish and Gear Party,” starring DJ Alex Ramos.

Wilton Manors Arts & Entertainment Expo presents their monthly Art Walk from 6-9p.m. Enjoy an evening of fun in one of South Florida’s most eclectic and easy going neighborhoods, Wilton Manors. The artists will be displaying paintings, photographs, jewelry, sculpture and much more. For more info, go to:

The Club Fort Lauderdale features their Bi-monthly (1st and 3rd Saturday of the month) Res-Erection Naked Blackout event at 10 p.m. This is always a sold-out event so get there early!

FIU arena (1180 Southwest 113th Avenue) presents FattyCakesNY at Dessert Wars Miami from 5-7p.m. Featuring over 40 vendors with the best cookies, cakes, donuts, candies, pastries and so much more. Entertainment, food, drinks, and an endless night of fun with family and friends, this will be the night you cheat on your New Years resolution!

Today and tomorrow Florida Flow Fest celebrates its 7th year as a FREE Performing Arts Festival and moves to Ft Lauderdale’s Riverwalk! Flow Fests are free public events offering participants the opportunity to study movement arts with instructors from across the globe. For more info visit their Facebook event page at:  

Monday, January 22

Miss and Mr. Noche Latina 2018 (an official preliminary to Miss F.I. and Mr. M.E. Florida 2018/19) – will be celebrating their 15th year anniversary and moves back to Fort Lauderdale at Lips with doors opening at 8p.m. and the [ageant starting sharply at 9p.m. The pageant will star Angie Ovahness Pryce, Tonny Morales Glez and Olga Dantelly (Miss, Mr. and Miss at Large Noche Latina 2017) as well as Kalah Mendoza and Antonio Edwards (Miss F.I. and Mr. M.E. Florida 2017/18). The opening for formers is themed Egyptian and the category for contestants are: Evening Wear, Q&A, Swimwear, and Talent. For more information call 954-478-4587. 

Wednesday, January 24

Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar and Stephen Tendrich present “Pink Society Nail: Give Prostate Cancer the Finger,” get in the know benefit at 6 p.m. This important event will be hosted by Antonio Edwards (Mr. Florida M.E.) with performances by Tony & Gloria, Carmen Adore, Charisma, Lenore Jaye, Starlet Skye, Dee Dee Van Carter, Sharde L. Ross, Babylon and much more. There will also be a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction.

Twist’s Fresh Wednesdays presents special guest appearance by Tiffany Fantasia with show time at 1 a.m. along with DJ Alex Infiniti.

HOT Stuff

Rock Hard Clothing (3205-A Wilton Drive) which also features, lube and the largest video head cleaner selection in town features 15% off their entire store for all Atlantis Cruisers! For more information go to:

This is HOT

Multiplatinum global superstar Camila Cabello released her self-titled full-length debut, Camila last week. As one of the first most anticipated albums of 2018, the record immediately captured #1 on the iTunes Overall Top Albums and Top Pop Albums charts. Around the world, it has peaked at #1 on iTunes in 96 countries thus far, speaking to her presence as an international force everywhere.


Among its blockbuster tracklisting, the record includes the RIAA double-platinum smash “Havana” [feat. Young Thug].  “Havana” recently crossed 765 cumulative streams and counting fast approaching the billion mark. Making history, the song achieved “the longest run at #1 on Top 40 Radio by a female artist in five years” in addition to occupying the #2 position on the Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks and the top three for ten weeks. Having spent 5 weeks at #1 – “Havana” is also the “longest running female #1 single in the UK since Adele’s ‘Someone Like You’ in 2011.” Globally, she stands out as the “most-streamed female artist on Spotify” and “2nd most-streamed artist on Spotify” in addition to becoming the “first female artist to achieve over 40 million monthly listeners.

Right out of the gate, the record has garnered widespread critical acclaim. Entertainment Weekly raved, “Camila is defiantly her own pop star on debut album,” and USA Today praised how, “Camila is a vibrant blend of sounds and styles.In a 4-out-of-5 star review, The Times London applauded its unpredictability—“Like the hit that made her name, it is rather unexpected.” The New York Times dubbed her “an avatar for young girls on the cusp of steeper emotional terrain,and NME called the collection “a strong and surprisingly confident impression.Stereogum predicted, “The groundwork is laid for Camila to be a blockbuster success, while Billboard put it best, “Cabello has vocally, lyrically and impressively established that she was always meant to be simply Camila.”