Thursday, June 13

The Slow Burn Theatre Company presents the gay classic “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts starting today and going through June 30. For rickets go to

Friday, June 14

Business for the Arts of Broward (BFA) continues its 2019 Arts Mean Business Speaker Series with street artist, illustrator and painter Cristhian “Golden” Saravia today from 7:30am to 9am at the Fort Lauderdale Brightline Station, 101 NW 2nd Ave. The event is free and open to the public. Parking is available at the station garage at $3 per hour. Continental breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m. followed by the presentation at 8 a.m.

SAVE presents the Champions of Equality after party: End Zone at Hard Rock Stadium from 9:30pm to 1am with DJ Sushiman, open bar, special performances and lots of fun. Tickets are only $50 at:

Back by popular demand, the Pub features drag queen political activist Marti G Cummings at 9:30pm. You can also catch her tomorrow (Saturday) at 11pm.

Our Night Out is the official Friday night party for Stonewall and will be held at the Crystal Ballroom at the Manor from 7-11pm and feature Todrick Hall amongst the many entertainers. To purchase tickets in advance go to:

Saturday, June 15

It’s Stonewall Pride Wilton Manors with a street festival and parade from 3pm to 11pm and the bars continue to the wee hours of the morning. Here is what is happening:  

iHeart Radio Center Stage will feature Company B, Anna Rexia, Scandals Line Dancers, Champagne Bordeaux, Scandal’s Broadway Drag Series & DJ Alex Ferbeyre, and will be hosted by: Shawn Palacious & Poizon Ivy.

Johnsons features 3 food trucks, 3 outside bars, a dog park, shaded seats, and a trailer with 5 bathrooms and AC.

Hunters features DJs Will Calder and Tracy Young along with performances on the Hunters stage (opens at 7pm with hostess Nicole Halliwell) at 9:30pm by Ultra Nate and CeCe Penniston.

Alibi celebrates with 3DJs (AJ Reddy, Alex Ramos and Alex Infiniti) and performances by: Athena Dion, TP Lords, Missy Meyakie, Morphene Love, Marci Mogul, Kat Wilderness, Jackie Jae, Shardee Ross and Teresita La Caliente with a massive indoor/outdoor party featuring a huge stage and dance area. They will also feature an outdoor grille open late, free airbrushing, and a pride picture booth.

The Manor is infamous for taking over the street with a huge stage and with unbelievable Audio Visuals, and this year they are expanding. Not only will they have their normal stage, but on the side they will have another fabulous stage for the Latino Community featuring the sounds of Jose Fajardo & Sus Estrellas Band along with DJ Larry Larr and Latin Drag Divas performing. On the front stage they will feature the sounds of DJ Sushiman and JPS. There will also be Latin Food Trucks, as well as American food trucks.

Both these stages are from 3-11pm, but the club opens at 10pm with DJ Kidd Madonny in the Ballroom with novelty acts, dancers and shows, and Noche Latina Saturdays talking over the Empire (new) room with the sounds of DJ Duniel and Omar on the Bongos, sexy Latin Go-Go papi’s and Latin Drag Divas performing. As a pride present to the entire community there is no cover all day or night!

Black Excellence Stage will be located on 21st court right in front of JC Park and feature music by DJ Tpromix & DJ Terry as well as live vocal performances by lgbt recording artists Tae Henry & Brent Love.

Sunday, June 16

The Pub presents Lady Fancy’s Variety show at 6pm as she will be in character as Judy Garland along with guests Nancy Ross, Verandah Lanai and Mitzi Ross.

Monday, June 17

Last Monday, Barita (1401 S. Andrews Avenue), which features a modern Mexican flair, handcrafted drinks, and a rooftop bar started Man Meet Mondays from 4pm to midnight with $5 off Fajitas and lots of drink specials.

Wednesday, June 19

Twists 26th anniversary will be celebrated tonight from 9pm until closing with resident DJ Sushiman providing the music for the evening. This year, like always Twist is giving away 200 anniversary DVD’s mixed and produced by everyone’s favorite Twist VJ, Nathan P. Smith. These highly anticipated collectors’ items go fast, so get there early! There will be shows by the legendary TP lords and the infamous Athena Dion in the main room with Josefina Los Globos and cast providing a lot of laughs downstairs in the Latin room with “La Fiesta de la Croqueta Comedy Show.” Come on out and with Joel, Richard, and their staff a very Happy 26th!

Hot Stuff

Florida Hot Tub and Sauna (3007 Greene Street, Hollywood) is offering everyone to save up to $1,000 with the ad in this week’s magazine…grab the ad!

In honor of Stonewall Pride, Your Patio Store (3050 N. Federal Highway),  is offering 10% off if you bring in the ad in this week’s magazine.

Bangkok Bistro (1527 N. Federal Highway)  is celebrating their grand opening with great coupons in their ad in this week’s mag. $5 off any order of $25 or more and $10 off any order over $50 or more.

This is HOT

Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, ABBA’s Voulez-Vous will receive a multi-format reissue on June 14.
The album that saw the band say goodbye to the decade they dominated with style, Voulez-Vous was their fifth consecutive No.1 in Sweden, a chart-topper around Europe and U.S.  powered by classic singles, including the title track, and “Chiquitita,” Voulez-Vous was at the heart of one of the group’s most successful years to date. 
Marking one of the longest gaps between new albums, Voulez-Vous was recorded across an entire year, with Benny and Björn refining their precision song writing, and Agnetha and Anni-Frid providing some of their finest vocals across a diverse set of songs that ranged from contemporary disco classics to ballads that explored Sweden’s rich musical past.
To celebrate the album’s original April 23, 1979 release, Polar Music (via UMe) will be releasing a number of anniversary reissues:  

  • A 2LP half-speed master on 180g vinyl, mastered at Abbey Road and cut at 45rpm. 
  • A colored-vinyl 7” singles box set, collecting the singles “Voulez-Vous,” “Summer Night City,” “I Have A Dream,” “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight),” “Does Your Mother Know,” “Chiquitita” and the extended dance mix of “Voulez-Vous.” 
  • Each single released as a limited-edition standalone picture disc. 

To purchase or to find out more info, go to: