Once again Gaydays was a huge success. It was filled with fun times, making new friends, and lots of parties. I look forward to this weekend all year long, and it never disappoints. I will let the pics…
Once again Gaydays was a huge success. It was filled with fun times, making new friends, and lots of parties. I look forward to this weekend all year long, and it never disappoints. I will let the pics do the talking and just think only 360 until Gaydays 2014…YAY!
Thursday, June 6
The NBA finals start tonight and of course Sidelines Sports Bar will be featuring different specials every night of the playoffs, so check them out!
Also starting tonight, the South Florida Mustangs, the nation’s largest LBGT square dance club, present beginner classes at Island City Park Preserve (823 NE 28th Street) in Wilton manors. They will continue the classes every Thursday at 8 pm. For more information go to SouthFloridaMustangs.com
From today until June 12, the Pride Factory presents 20% off all underwear, swimwear and clothing. In addition, they feature another 10% off already marked down items!
Friday, June 7
Come be a part of history as The Original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus presents its 27th season finale’ concert “A GALA Old Time” tonight and tomorrow at 8pm at the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale. Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of GALA Choruses (The Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses) this musical walk through history will be directed by Dr. Gary Keating, the founder of the chorus 26 years ago. Highlights include some of the most popular pieces sung by America’s GALA choruses … music that has stood the test of time! To purchase tickets, call 954-832-0060 and tell them you saw it in Hotspots Magazine!
Filthy Gorgeous Fridays at Score resents Daft Punk with an album party for Random Access Memories on Colombia Records.
Downtown Miami “First Friday” Art Walk takes place from 6-10 pm. Join them for an exciting evening of gallery openings, artist open studios, and panel discussions and discover the Downtown Arts & Culture District, if you haven’t already. This new cultural initiative shines a light on the growing art community and collector market in Downtown Miami, bringing together non-profit arts organizations and local galleries for special exhibitions, artists open studios, exclusive openings, and artist panel discussions. The Art Walk is planned to be held the first Friday of every month January to June and October to December. The September Art Walk will be held in conjunction with DWNTWN Art Days, Sept. 20-22. Downtown Miami “First Friday” Art Walk a refreshing cultural initiative will serve as a cultural destination and economic engine in Miami’s Downtown active and vibrant urban community.
Saturday, June 8
Coliseum in Doral, in conjunction with Alex Infiniti and XXXtreme Saturdays, present direct from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 Alyssa Edwards live. The night will also star house divas Marytrini, Estephania St Lords, and special guests with DJs Otto and Delma in the gardens.
The Manor presents the much anticipated Coliseum Reunion Party starring DJ Monty Q with performances by Coliseum Divas Erika Norell and TP Lords and a special performance by Recording Artist Adela. In the Latin Lounge and patio, Noche Latina Saturdays features the music of Maestro Larry Larr along with hostess Viva Mirage and special guests. 10:30pm to 4 am with No Cover!
Bigger Saturdays at Score presents Kunty Beats 2.0 featuring the beats of Miami’s own Hansell Leyva with door by Asia.
Bill’s presents their monthly D.I.L.F party, a Levi/Leather cruise night starting at 9 pm and starring DJ Herbie James. The cover is $5 and enters you into the raffle to win $500.
Scandals, in association with The South Florida Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, present Sports Night with the Sisters, a fundraiser for Kids In Distress from 7 to 9 pm. The event will feature games, jello shots, and raffles.
Discotekka presents, Clean House, the event with DJ Dio Zambrano, Tony and Carlos G spinning. The night will also feature performances by house divas Poizon Ivy, Gina D’Angelo, Sashe Lords, TP Lords, Vinna Rouge and Cherry Selene.
Boys Night Out presents a pool party at the Depot Cabana Bar and Grill benefitting the Smart Ride Pride Pack Team from 12 to 5 pm. The event will star DJ Scott Mann and guest bartender Felix Tirado.
Sunday, June 9
The Depot Cabana Bar and Grill presents their monthly Fuzz T-dance hosted by Chad Bush from 2-6pm with special guest DJ Jeffrey Jacobs with no cover!
Flip Flops Dockside Eatery presents their monthly T-dance (the only Fort Lauderdale T on the water) from 4-7pm starring DJ Silvio and hosted by the very charming Amanda Austin.
Wednesday, June 12
Starting tonight and every Wednesday thereafter, da Campo Osteria at Il Lugano Hotel presents Boys Night Out with 25% off total dinner check.
This is HOT
Here TV (heretv.com), America’s only gay TV network, will premiere three new pieces of programming this Friday, June 7. As part of its summer 2013 Pride Season slate, the network is pleased to debut of the 30-minute comedy Half-Share, the television premiere of the feature-length film Varla Jean and the Mushroomheads, and the network premiere of the new series The Gayest Show Ever.
Half-Share, from directors Sean Hanley and Jesse Archer, stars Alec Mapa, Jack Plotnick, Kyle Spidle, and Sam Pancake. Fresh out of a long-term relationship, Mac (Spidle) leaves Oregon for a summer on Fire Island and must decide if he can handle his eccentric new housemates on the mythical Island of Misfit Boys.
Varla Jean and the Mushroomheads was directed by Michael Shiralli and stars Jeffery Roberson as Varla Jean Merman. After years of performing in dive bars and bathhouses around New Orleans, semi-celebrity and loose chanteuse Varla Jean Merman is watching her audience get older by the minute. In a last-ditch effort to prop up her sagging career, Varla decides to go after a younger crowd—kids.
The Gayest Show Ever takes a smart, sexy, and hilarious bite out of global gay culture. Designed for straights and gays alike, the half-hour show is led by a lively host and features field interviews with guest reporters. The show blends a documentary sensibility with cheeky humor. With political controversies, one-of-a-kind personalities, and bizarre community rituals, the show paints a portrait of gay life like you’ve never seen before.
Here TV titles can also be viewed through numerous online channels including YouTube paid channels (http://www.youtube.com/user/HereTVPremium),Hulu Plus, Netflix, and Amazon.