In Issue 13
Today is day 4 of Alibiís 12 days of celebrating their 12th anniversary, featuring Hotspots Magazine and Latino Boys Magazine giveaways.
Nervous Anthems presents Future Anthems 2009 at Score featuring Kim English, Daniella, Anane and DJís Pride, Joe Bermudez, Trevor Simpson and Manny Lehman.
Today is day 5 of Alibiís 12 days of celebrating their 12th anniversary featuring the talents of Mark Alan Smith on the main stage at 9:45 pm.
Mark your calendars for Bravissimo 2009! The highly anticipated performance showcases new and seasoned talent from the Lyric Orchestra of Fort Lauderdale and local Broadway voices in the spectacular, newly renovated Walt Lawrence & Stephen Lewis Center for Worship and the Arts (1480 SW 9th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale). The performance begins at 8:00 pm. Described as ìCelebrating the Artistry of Music, Broadway to the Classics II,î the event will feature the following artists: tenors – Philip Alongi, Kurt Litzenberger, James Perkowski, Steven Berget-Clark and Jeffrey Hoos, sopranos – Lisa Layman, Theresa Sparbel and Jessica Valdez, singer/songwriter Amanda Lee, lyric baritone Charles Schneider, director/pianist Todd Wiley, organist Arthur J. Noble, Jr., pianist Georgi Danchev, percussionist Michael Diaz and Ilian Iliev, an exceptional clarinetist from New York. Tickets are VIP Reserved Seating $100 and $30 General Admission. A VIP package for $200 includes the VIP performance seating plus a VIP reception/dinner from 6:00-7:30 with open bar and valet parking included. BRAVISSIMO! benefits the Sunshine Community Foundation, Inc., which owns the campus in Southwest Fort Lauderdale that is home to more than 25 organizations and groups that support a broad spectrum of needs and activities in the GLBT community. Tickets for the concert are on sale now at Bravissimo2009.0rg
Sea Monsterís infamous Sunday T Dance presents a benefit for the Broward Police Officers with over $8,000 in cash and prizes including a Bad Boy chopper, a NCL 3 night Bahamas cruise for 2 aboard the Norwegian Sky, $500 in cash and a Panthers autographed hockey stick. Raffles are $5 each
Today is day 8 of Alibiís 12 days of celebrating their 12th anniversary and features Jennifer McClain performing live in the Manchester room at 9, 10 and 11 pm.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its popular new member orientation on at the Chamber facility at 512 NE 3rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. If you have never attended a new member orientation or, even if you have and simply want a refresher, please mark the date and join us for some good networking. The time is 8 am.
Today is day 9 of Alibiís 12 days of celebrating their 12th anniversary and features Martini Madness with Dale Madison and Nicolette hosting beginning at 7 pm with prize give-a-ways and auction items to benefit Poverello.
Wednesday, April 1
Today is day 10 of Alibiís 12 days of celebrating their 12th anniversary and features the Alibi Tee-Shirt give-a-way all day and at 11 pm the CD release of Stevie Nicks’s new album “Live in Chicago Stevie Nicks.”
Stonewall Pride, Inc announces the appointment of Lance G. Horton as the Executive Director of the Stonewall Street Festival. Mr. Horton will have overall responsibility for the planning, management and execution of all Stonewall Pride activities, events and parade this year. In the past, the festival has been organized solely by the efforts of the Board of Directors and volunteers. ìThe Board has determined in order to plan and execute a Pride festival of this size, it needs someone who can devote their time, talents and energies to the event,î said Cynthia Davis, Board of Directors member. Mr. Horton will be the first person to fill the Executive Director position for the festival. Mr. Horton comes from Birmingham, AL where he served as an event manager for Childrenís Health System. This yearís Stonewall Street Festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary while honoring the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. The Stonewall Riots, which took place in New York City in 1969 are internationally recognized as the beginning of the modern gay rights movement. This yearís festival theme is ìWhat A Riot! Celebrating 40 Years Since Stonewall.
Over forty (40) members of Team Sidelines crossed the finish line on Sunday, March 15, 2009 demonstrating their commitment to help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS by completing the 10 kilometer (6.2 miles) walk through the heart of downtown, Fort Lauderdale for the Florida AIDS Walk. The picture-perfect day began at Huizenga Plaza, where thousands of walkers and volunteers gathered to hear the sweet, melodic music of the Gay Menís Chorus, words of gratitude from community leaders and the much awaited special guest appearance of actor Blair Underwood making his second appearance at the Florida AIDS Walk. Along the walkís route one could hear enthusiastic chants from the various teams of walkers and wild applause from spectators cheering them on. Nothing, however, was more moving and heartfelt than looking over the Las Olas Bridge and seeing the wave of humanity as thousands moved through the streets of Fort Lauderdale. ìIt was a great day for those struggling with HIV/AIDS,î commented Team Sidelines leader and co-owner of Sidelines Sports Bar, Laurie Whittaker. She continued, ìThe solidarity we felt as one community standing together for one cause was both uplifting and fulfilling. Congratulations to all who participated!
Gary Santis; Terry Tarquinio; Joseph Dang; Jose Candero; Brian Reilly; Rubio (RKM); Brendon Ratner; TNT; DJ Marc Scott; James; John Lombardo; and Gabe. Our very best wishes to all of you, and to those we may have missed…
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The world renowned Winter Music Conference is taking place across South Florida. On its 24th year now, the WMC is regarded as the singular networking event in the dance music industry, attracting professionals from over 70 different countries. Every aspect of the industry is represented including the top technological innovators, artists, DJs, producers, radio and video programmers, retailers, distributors, audio manufacturers and many more. To top the conference off there will be events running 24 hours a day for the next week showcasing most of the top known talent as well as the newcomers. So what does that mean for all of us? IT’S PARTY TIME!!!