Miami’s top gay nightlife icons Alan T, Flavio Nisti, Gio Profera, DJ Smeejay and Edison Farrow are teaming up to create a new gay Thursday night weekly event launching tonight at Jezebel.

Thursday, July 12

The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce presents an information sharing and networking at the HUB and the LGBT Visitor Center (1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach) from 10-11am. Whether you are a new, existing or potential new MDGLCC member, learn how to maximize the use of all the marketing tools and programs available through the chamber. There will also be an opportunity to bounce ideas and ask questions to the chamber staff and membership committee on how to engage the LGBT consumer with your products and/or services. Admission is free.

The Pub presents Daisy Deadpetals in their new event: The Snatch Game. They invite the girls to bring their charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and talent to play the game. They will also feature 2 special guests every week.

For the first time, Miami’s top gay nightlife icons Alan T, Flavio Nisti, Gio Profera, DJ Smeejay and Edison Farrow are teaming up to create a new gay Thursday night weekly event launching tonight at Jezebel, the former gay bar Halo/Mova (1625 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach).

According to DJ Smeejay: The sound that I am envisioning for #TBT at Jezebel, will be a reflection of the many diverse dimensions of our own amazing city. Just as #TBT is a call for a gathering of all of our different tribes, the music will also reflect upon this diversity. Ironic, fun, happy and sometimes downright silly to remind us all how very lucky we all are to live here, in paradise. From classic house music anthems to TV show themes to remixes off all of our favorite hits from today, that we all sing along to in the car and at the gym. I am planning on throwing it all into the mix and making sure that everyone gets to hear that track they forgot how much they love, mixed right into something so new and exciting that they just have to know who recorded it.”


Friday, July 13

The Pub presents Menergy from 9:30pm on featuring VJ Marky Mark and demos by Onyx Deep South.

The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show comes to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. This heartfelt musical journey celebrates the legendary Whitney Houston through her greatest hits and features South African songstress Belinda Davids accompanied by a six-piece live band, backing vocalists, dancers and state-of-the-art sound and lighting. Tickets are $20-$79.50 with $109.50 tickets for the JetBlue Flight Deck on the Club Level. Buy tickets online at or; by phone at 954-462-0222 or the Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office.

Saturday, July 14

Rumors, once again, presents Beer Olympics at 12pm. There will be 12 teams with six members per team. They will be giving away Gold, Silver and Bronze medallions. All proceeds from Beer Olympics to benefit the Wolfpack.

The Pride Center at Equality Park presents Bastille Bingo with game packages starting at $15. Doors open at 6:30, game begins at 7:30pm, and the snack bar will be open. This is an 18 and over event, and in June over $1,200 was won.

The Club Fort Lauderdale presents their monthly Cumunion party from 3 to 7p.m.

Fitness enthusiasts will captivate the 38th Annual NPC Southern States Championships in South Florida. The fitness, figure, bikini, physique and bodybuilding championship gets underway at the War Memorial Auditorium, 800 NE 8th Street in Ft. Lauderdale. The NPC is a part of the Internal Federation of Body Builders (IFBB) Professional League. The 2018 NPC Southern States Championships ranks as one of the largest events east of the Mississippi. The contest caliber is over 35 previous winners have become IFBB Pros. Saturday’s prejudging begins at 9 a.m. and the evening show is at 6 p.m. Ticket price for the prejudging – general admission is $30; for the finals range from $30-$50. Free parking is available all day. Tickets are available at AXS (tel. 888-929-7849) and the War Memorial Auditorium (tel. 954-828-5380). For more information on the 2018 NPC Southern States Championships, visit:

The Ramrod presents their monthly (2nd Saturday of every month) Underground Invasion, where it’s all about the music. This month’s special DJ is Bryan Hukill.

Art Serve (1350 East Sunrise Blvd) presents “Red Eye Beyond” (Art, Music, Film and Food) from 6-10pm. Tickets are available at:

The Manor Complex presents direct from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10, finalist Asia O’Hara (look for her interview in this edition). There will be a meet and greet with photo opp for the first 100 people on line by 11pm. The night will also star DJ Sushiman spinning his sickening beats. In the Ivy Dance Room and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays always packs them in with fabulous drag shows and sexy Latin Go-Go papi’s. Saturdays at the Manor are from 11pm to 4 am and there is NO COVER before midnight (FL Res) and only $7 after midnight for members and $10 for non-members (18-20 $12 all night long).

Tuesday, July 17

The Greater Fort Lauderdale LGBT Chamber of Commerce in association with Reyka Vodka present their July Mixer at Circ Hotel – Hollywood Circle (1780 Polk Street) from 5:30-7:30pm. Admission is complimentary for GFLGLCC members and only $10 for future members and includes a complimentary Reyka drink, and complimentary Hors d’oeuvres. For more information or to RSVP (encouraged) email:

This is HOT

Thomas, a young German baker, is having an affair with Oren, an Israeli married man who has frequent business visits in Berlin. When Oren dies in a car crash in Israel, Thomas travels to Jerusalem seeking for answers regarding his death. Under a secret identity, Thomas infiltrates into the life of Anat, his lover’s newly widowed wife. The encounter with the unfamiliar reality will make Thomas involved in Anat’s life in a way far beyond his anticipation, and to protect the truth he will stretch his lie to a point of no return.


Ofir Raul Graizer, the Director, said: “The Cakemaker” is a melodrama set in Jerusalem. The narrative moves, the settings and the characters, are of my own private memory and experience that have shaped during the 6.5 years I’ve worked on this film. Man-woman, gay-straight, religious secular, berlin-Jerusalem, Middle East – Europe – from these conflicts I was obliged to create a cinematic story where there are no answers to all the questions, like in life, and instead there is love for people and cinema. It’s a story about the attempt to put aside definition of nationality sexuality and religion. It’s my story.

Opens In South Florida Friday, July 13.