Thursday, July 20

Prepare to be moved by the highly anticipated short film, “I Remember,” written and directed by local entertainer, Peter Bisuito premiering at the Gateway Theater in Fort Lauderdale at 7pm. This is a heartfelt short film that delves into the profound depths of human emotions. This emotionally charged narrative follows the journey of Derek Dawson, (Robert Koutras) a man afflicted with repressed memory loss stemming from a traumatic experience he suffered. Despite his challenges, Derek embarks on a poignant journey to find his missing husband, Dominic Bardini (Peter Bisuito) defying the constraints of his own mind. “I Remember” showcases Bisuito’s directorial talent and his unique ability to captivate audiences worldwide. “I Remember” is highly anticipated to garner critical acclaim, awards and accolades for its poignant storytelling, powerful performances, and thought-provoking theme. For tickets go to:

Friday, July 21

Ninety-three years ago on July 21, 1930, the creation of the U.S. Department of Veterans Administration forever changed how Americans cared for our veterans after their active service was completed.  To celebrate that commitment, ArtServe is opening a new exhibit coinciding with the Veterans Administration’s 93rd anniversary called “Veterans: A Family Perspective.”  The exhibit concludes on Monday, September 11 in tribute to first responders and other veterans of America’s worst terrorist attack.  The exhibit officially opens with a free, public reception today at ArtServe (1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale) from 6 to 9pm.

Hamburger Mary’s Wilton Manors presents from RuPaul’s Drag Race Maddy Morphosis with two shows at 8 and 10pm. If you can’t make it tonight, don’t worry as Maddy will be back tomorrow with two shows also at 8 and 10pm. For reservations, go to:

Saturday, July 22

Riverwalk Tacos & Tequila Fest takes place from 2-6 pm at Esplanade Park. Indulge in mouthwatering tacos from the area’s best food trucks and restaurants while enjoying refreshing cocktails and lively music!

The Adrienne Arsht Center will host its inaugural Art + Mind Day presented by Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, a free event focused on the power that the arts have to inspire, heal and restore the mind and body from noon to 5pm. Art + Mind Day will include free interactive arts workshops, demonstrations and performances designed to enhance well-being using self-expression as a creative outlet to convey emotions and release stress.

Phantasmagoria: A Dream, an experimental performance art piece inspired by Dada and Jungian psychology takes place at the Center for Spiritual Living Ft. Lauderdale (4849 Dixie Highway Oakland Park) at 8pm. An exploration of the unconscious mind through dream-logic. Music, dance, visual imagery, and dialogue. 60 minutes, no intermission. Ages 18 and older. Free parking and wheelchair accessible. Tickets are $25 at

Join the Bears of South Florida at the movies at AMC Coral Ridge at 1pm where they reserved an entire theater. Tickets are $16 and must be purchased in advance at . Seating will be assigned at the door. There will be a meet-up at Rosie’s at 4pm following the movie.

The Manor Complex will, once again, be amazing tonight as they present music by Festival DJ GSP (Greece) in the ballroom along with performances by TP Lords and spectacular visuals and production. Noche Latina Saturdays celebrates Colombian Independence starring Colombian Sasha Lords along with other pop-up performances, sexy Go-Go papi’s and resident DJ Duniel. Doors open at 11pm with admission only $5 before midnight for FL Res.

Sunday, July 23

Get ready for some “Summertime Madness”! Join Compass at the Mad Hatter Lounge and help them raise money for their participation in The SMART Ride. Enjoy raffles, Jell-O Shots, the Patio Bar, and a Silent Auction.

Storks presents this month’s artist, Jose Silva, on the walls and for sale from today through August 20. Jose Silva grew up in Venezuela and always had an inclination for the visual artsy which he started developing from a very young age where his parents encouraged his artistic abilities for drawing, painting, and sculpting. After graduating high school, he moved to the United States looking to make a career and find better opportunities. He attended the Art institute of Fort Lauderdale and got his degree in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics. He’s been in the film industry ever since.

Monday, July 24

Its National Tequila Day, so go out and taste some different tequila’s or stick with the brand you love!

Wednesday, July 26

Compass’ July Pride Business Alliance social will be from 6-8 pm at Rohi’s Readery. This social justice children’s bookstore has been promoting and celebrating diversity and inclusion, and that is why Pranoo Kumar and Rohi’s Readery were recognized at the Stonewall Ball with the Guiding Light Award. This bookstore and learning center are located in The Square at 600 S Rosemary Ave #162, West Palm Beach. They will also have a fun Voter Photo Booth onsite coordinated by Rudolph Galindo to encourage folks to register to vote. Secure your space now at as ticket prices for the Pride Business social are $10 for members & donors and $25 for others.

Thursday, July 27

Plays Of Wilton announces a new division called WOW! Women Of Wilton and are announcing their first big show, Last Summer at Bluefish Cove, starring 8 super-talented actresses starting today. They have a great award-winning director, Nicole Stodard, and an incredible, landmark, ground-breaking script. Last Summer at Bluefish Cove, a true LGBTQ classic, was one of the first pieces of theatre to present lesbians as rounded, three-dimensional characters. Tickets are officially on sale at

Saturday, July 29

The Manor Complex will be on FIRE tonight as they present the 18th annual “FIREBALL” themed party starring Grammy nominated DJ Abel in the ballroom along with performances by TP Lords and spectacular visuals and production. Noche Latina Saturdays celebrates the birthday of Latina Icon Jennifer Lopez starring Miss Noche Latina 2023, Kimberly Venom and Miss Noche Latina 2022 Calypso Monroe, sexy Go-Go papi’s and resident DJ Duniel. Doors open at 11pm with admission only $5 before midnight for FL Res.

July 30

NSU Art Museum announced its latest exhibition Future Past Perfect debuting today (preview on the 29…free for members and $20 for nonmembers).  Future Past Perfect will unveil the captivating works of seven South Florida-based emerging artists in their first-ever museum show and explores the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on emerging artists careers and their artistic practices.  Experienced collectively, these solo exhibitions will demonstrate how these seven artists confronted their fears of the unknown, grappled with the tragic consequences of the pandemic, and explored themes such as politics, migration, global warming, and social justice. Their distinct artistic practices were honed and influenced by the isolation experienced during the pandemic, resulting in exponential growth, maturity, and mastery of their work showcasing the vibrant diversity of South Florida’s communities.  For more information, or to purchase tickets, go to:

Hot Stuff

The 2nd annual PrideFête, An LGBTQ+ Caribbean Festival takes place at Richardson Historic Park and Nature Preserve from 6pm to 11pm on Saturday, August 12. So, get ready to whine your waist to the Caribbean beats and fill your belly with the soul cooking from the different Caribbean islands. PrideFête will have a ton of entertainment, including performances and deejays that will all embody the Caribbean Carnival spirit. There will also be traditional Caribbean food and community vendors that celebrate and cater to both the Caribbean culture and the LGBTQ+ community. Come and experience what is sure to be a great event! Pre-sale tickets are available now for $7 General Admission and $80 VIP (which include festival entry for 1, access to the indoor VIP lounge, 5 free drink tickets with a private VIP bar and complimentary Caribbean Hors D’ oeuvres). Visit to learn more.

The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) announced today that it is rebranding to become MDGLCC, The Greater Miami LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce. The new name reflects the organization’s commitment to inclusivity and expanding its reach to serve the entire LGBTQ and allied community in the Greater Miami area.