Thursday, June 7

Boardwalks 33rd Anniversary event will also be the premiere of their newest Latin night entitled: “De Puteria Latina” with Marco Perez. The night will also feature DJ Cesar Hernandez and shows by Alyson Thomas, Nicole T Phillips, Alexis Couture (Miss Boardwalk 2017), Diana Douglas, Anika, Daisy Deadpetals and Tito. In addition they feature a gourmet buffet from 9-11pm and at 12:30am they will have the grand prize drawing for a 3 night stay at the Parliament House in Orlando. Congrats to Victor, Scott, Alyson and their entire staff on 33 fab years and wishing them many more years of success!

Friday, June 8

SAVE in association with AIDS Healthcare Foundation presents “Champions of Equality25th anniversary Gala from 7pm to 12am at the Penthouse Riverside Wharf. They invite everyone to party in the clouds overlooking the downtown Miami Skyline. The event features an open bar, dancing, and food. For more information, or to purchase tickets, go to: 

The Pub Wilton Manors presents “Menergy: Leather” starting at 9:30pm and featuring VJ Marky Mark and demos by South Florida Minotaurs. 


Saturday, June 9

Ramat Shalom Synagogue (11301 West Broward Boulevard, Plantation) will host a special LGBTQ pride celebration featuring guest speakers, wine & cheese and a Havdalah ceremony that marks the end of Shabbat, at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Andrew Jacobs, spiritual leader of Ramat Shalom Synagogue, said: “We are inviting friends, family and straight but not narrow guests to join us for an evening of unity, headlined by a panel of inspiring speakers.” Advance registration is required for the free guest speaker event, and space is limited. Register at For information call 954-472-3600. 

The Pub presents a Pride Kick off week event, a Bathing Suit Auction to benefit the Pet Project. The event will take place from 2 to 5 pm and feature bartenders and customers on display walking the red carpet with Pet Project Pups. 

The Pride Center invites everyone for their annual surrogacy seminar and gay parenting expo entitled “Men Having Babies” today and tomorrow. The expo will feature 25+ gay parenting exhibitors, peer and expert advice, financial assistance, and much more.  For more information go to: 

The South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble presents “Cartoon Classics” at 7pm at the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are available at For more information, go to: 

The Ramrod presents Underground Invasion (2nd Saturday if every month) where it’s all about the music and stars DJ Tomas Arias. 

Noche Latina Saturdays inside the Ivy Dance Room and Patio at the Manor Complex presents “Puerto Rican Pride.” The night will star Puerto Ricans Miss Florida F.I. and former Miss Noche Latina, Kalah Mendoza and Efrain Reyes, former Mr. Noche Latina, as well as DJ Larry Larr and sexy Latin Go-Go Papi’s. In addition they will feature their annual “HOT BORICUA” Contest with $300 in cash and prizes. The Manor Saturdays are from 11pm to 4 am and feature NO COVER before midnight.

Sunday, June 10

As a celebration of Pride Month, The Original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus (FTLGMC) will present “New York City Boy,” a musical journey about self-discovery with songs by artists including ABBA, Cher, Michael Jackson, Cyndi Lauper and Diana Ross. The one-night-only show will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church located at 333 Tarpon Drive in Fort Lauderdale at 7 pm. “The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus is proud to bring to life the songs that brought and have kept our community together for decades,” said Dr. Gary Keating, founding and current director of the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus. “This performance event inspired by the Pet Shop Boys classic will leave our audience members tapping their feet and wanting to go and wander in the ticker-tape.” General admission tickets are $25, and VIP tickets with priority seating are priced at $40, and are available at or by calling (954) 832-0060. 

Island City Stage presents a Tony Awards Viewing Party at 8pm at The Pub. 

Monday, June 11

Misty Eyez presents Mr. and Miss Stonewall Pageant honoring Efrain Robinson Reyes and Agatha Tolia (Mr. and Miss Stonewall 2017) at The Pub at 7:30pm. The night will also be celebrating the 10th anniversary of Mr. and Miss Stonewall 2008: Jose Vega and Nicolette. For more information, text Misty at 708-433-9391. 

RSJ Plastic Surgery (13005 Southern Blvd, Medical Mall 2, Suite 212, Loxahatchee) will feature FREE skin cancer screening. Call 561-249-0390 to schedule your screening. 

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To celebrate its 25th Anniversary, Acorn TV adds the star-studded, ground-breaking miniseries Tales Of The City. Deftly chronicling the quest for love and connection across a spectrum of sexual experiences, the influential, star-studded, Peabody Award-winning PBS miniseries, stars Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis (Moonstruck), three-time Oscar nominee Laura Linney (John Adams, The Savages), Gemini winner Paul Gross (Slings & Arrows), Billy Campbell (Cardinal, The Killing, Once and Again), Thomas Gibson (Criminal Minds), Parker Posey (Louie) and Ian McKellen (Lord of the Rings). Based on the ground-breaking novel by Armistead Maupin, Tales of the City follows a colorful cast of characters living at 28 Barbary Lane in anything-goes 1970s San Francisco. This is a good time to binge before the Netflix revival in 2019 with new episodes.  

Newly arrived in freewheeling 1970s San Francisco, wide-eyed Mary Ann Singleton (Laura Linney) quickly realizes just how far from Cleveland she really is. Moving into a funky house at 28 Barbary Lane—where her landlady (Olympia Dukakis) welcomes her with a joint—Mary Ann befriends the other residents and finds a good-natured home amid the drugs, drama, and debauchery.