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What’s Hot South Florida: Jan. 8 – 17

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Saturday, January 8

Hotspots! And Happening Out’s Art Gallery with Dennis Dean presents our opening reception tonight from 6-9pm featuring Art photography, acrylic, mixed-media & alcohol ink art, sculptures, fashion and live models. The artists featured will be Axel Martinez, Joseph Skarzynski, Dennis Dean, Enrique Cirino, Diane Lublinski, Ted Davis and Sam Alex clothing. For more information, go to: Hotspotsmagazine.com/art.

Pub on the Drive presents Lady Marisa’s Birthday Variety Show featuring drag and live singers including Lola Lavoy, Missy Meyakie LePaige, and LeNore Jaye at 10pm.

Sunday, January 9

The Smart Ride presents their Check Distribution Party at Hunters Nightclub at 1pm. The event is sponsored by Hunters and SideCar Kitchen and features Light hors d’ oeuvres and a Cash Bar. Join them to celebrate an amazing ride and the amazing work everyone did to make SMART Ride 18 a truly life changing event.

321/Slammer presents Ray Dalton’s Fornication Tour starring adult male performers Jake Mitchell, Nicholai Archer, Huck Dicosta and Luke Morrison from 4-8pm. Limited tickets are available, and they are $75 in advance at Fornicationparty.com or $90 at the door.

Wednesday, January 12

Join the Key West Business Guild for their first mixer of the year sponsored by “Conch Republic Seafood Company” (631 Green Street) from 5:30-7:30pm. The event will feature networking, fun, raffles, food, and libations. For more information or to prepay go to: Gaykeywestfl.com.

Thursday, January 13

Cohen’s Day Spa (3045 N. Federal Highway, Suite 42) will be celebrating their 3rd anniversary today and they invite the community to stop by and help them celebrate. They will be featuring great specials and you can enter to win their raffle package giveaway.

Friday, January 14

Twist presents the “Bon Voyage Cruise Party” starring cruise captain DJ D-Stu from 11pm to 5am, and as always, no cover!

The Pride Center at Equality Park presents a Celebration of Life for Fort Lauderdale Icon, Brad Casey at 7pm.

Hamburger Mary’s Wilton Manors presents RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Kennedy Davenport in their 8:30pm and 10:30pm shows. If you can’t make it tonight, Kennedy will also be performing at Mary’s for the same showtimes tomorrow, Saturday, Jan 15.

Saturday, Jan 15

LeBoy will be celebrating their 7th Anniversary tonight starring DJ Richie Rich and a free buffet from 8-10pm with Chef Victor Lords.

The monthly Art Walk Wilton Manors (3rd Sat of every month) takes place tonight from 6-9pm. For more info, or to register as a vendor, go to: AWWM.org.

The Eagle Wilton Manors presents “Full Moon Party Event” with special guest DJ Deanne where they invite you to celebrate the darkness in the light of the moon. Cover is $10.

Monday, January 17
Hunters Nightclub presents Sing Your Ass off Karaoke Contest benefiting Sunserve’s FL AIDS Walk team tonight and tomorrow (Tues, Jan 18) starting at 7:30pm with hosts “The Boys.”. Tonight s the prelim and tomorrow is the finals. To register as a singer or RSVP visit Sunserve.org/sing.

Hot Stuff

The Fab Five have recruited three-time Grammy winner, country superstar, and Texas native Miranda Lambert for “Y’all Means All,” a brand-new anthem written and recorded specially for the sixth season of Queer Eye, which takes place for the first time in the Lone Star State and premiered December 31, only on Netflix. “Y’all Means All” was written by Miranda Lambert, Shane McAnally, and Luke Dick. The track is available now on all streaming platforms and digital retailers. 

This is HOT

The largest Jewish film festival in the world celebrates the best of Jewish and Israeli cinema at its milestone 25th Annual Edition, The Miami Jewish Film Festival, taking place in-person/outdoors & virtually from January 13-27, 2022! Unless stated otherwise, films are only accessible to viewers in Florida. Watch more than 100 films from 25 countries for FREE in the Festival’s virtual program, running from January 14-26 at MJFF.eventive.org. The LGBTQ+ movies in the festival are: All Eyes Off Me, Prognosis: Notes On Living, The Conductor, The Swimmer and two shorts: Complicated, and My Parent, Neal.

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