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Out With Scott, September 13, 2006

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Noche Latina Fridays at Elements Nightclub Fort Lauderdale, FL

Dolphin Mania at New Moon!

New Moon Lesbian Bar ButtonNew Moon is celebrating the Miami Dolphins opening this NFL Season on Thursday night! Dolphin Mania takes place with Kelly (who will undoubtedly be decked in the pre-requisite Teal and Orange) at the patio bar. Wear your Dolphin's colors on Thursday and get a FREE appetizer. If you wear Steelers colors, well, then, um, you are on your own. JUST KIDDING! They will give you a FREE appetizer too.  And what would a football game be without ice cold beer? $1 Miller Lites from Kickoff until the final whistle! On Sunday’s give them a pint of your blood and we'll give you a pint of beer. Yup, that is right, they want your blood. No, seriously. Attention all Softball Teams, as an added incentive, the team that donates the most blood will win FREE Uniforms. You don't have to play on a team - - but you can donate in support of your favorite Softball team.

White Party Florida Resident Passes are Nearly SOLD OUT!
White Party Florida Resident PassesCare Resource announced 3 days ago that the White Party Florida Resident Pass that has been on sale since September 1st has been selling so well that the last few will probably not make it to the September 15 drop off date. The Florida Resident Pass at only $125 gets the person access to two of the largest events during the weekend, The White Party "A Night of European Elegance" at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens on Saturday, November 25 and Muscle Beach "Journey to the Outback" on Sunday, November 26. "We are very happy with the sales of the Florida Resident Pass" said Terry DeCarlo, public relations and marketing manager for Care Resource, "our event staff has been working so hard to make this years White Party magnificent and it is truly going to be just that". The Florida Resident Pass is a 40% savings over the usual price of these two events, which are White Party at $150 and Muscle Beach at $40. Though the passes were scheduled to go off sale as of September 15 anyway, at this point it looks like they will sell out before. Care Resource only puts a limited number of these tickets in inventory each year. The White Party Miami, now in its 22nd year, is one of the worlds oldest, largest and most glamorous HIV/AIDS fundraisers in the world; it also has the honor of being the most media covered event of this type. For more info visit their website at
Queens opens at Sunrise Cinemas Gateway 4 

Queens opens at Sunrise Cinemas Gateway 4 on October 6 and brings together a stellar female cast not seen since ‘8 Femmes,’ featuring Verónica Forqué (Kika, Matador), Carmen Maura (Valentin, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown) and Marisa Paredes (Talk to Her, All About My Mother). This hilarious, touching and contemporary ensemble comedy finds five headstrong mothers coping with the personal family conflicts surrounding the impending marriages of their gay sons. As these five very different women deal with their own desires, prejudices and history they attempt to survive the weekend as sex, anger, bigotry and love hilariously clash in this ultimate wedding film about the strength of love and the importance of family. Free tickets to the Premiere on Thursday October 5th, will be given away at Noche Latina Fridays on Friday September 29th.

Religious Science Center for Spiritual Living

The Religious Science Center for Spiritual Living (1550 NE 26th Street; Wilton Manors) is joining hearts with churches and organizations across the world to celebrate 11 Days of Global Unity & a Season of Forgiveness with free events every day including an Interfaith Celebration, twice daily peace meditations, and culminating with a Peace Concert presenting various artists. September 11th opened the 11 Days of Global Unity & a Season of Forgiveness. Celebrants are from Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, Christian and New Thought traditions. Peace meditations will be held daily in the Religious Science Center at noon and 7:30 pm offering a place of reflection and restoration on individual, community and global levels.  Everyone is welcome regardless of religion, race, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Musicians and Singers will be joining together in a Peace Concert in the Religious Science Center Auditorium on September 21, declared by the United Nations to be the International Day of Peace.  All member countries of the United Nations have agreed to observe a Global Ceasefire on this day.  (UN General Resolution 55/282) “In a world that is torn by religious misunderstanding and strife, one objective during the Season of Forgiveness is to understand different religions and cultures, building meaningful relationships with other Faiths and people groups,” said Rev. Donna L. Conley, the organizer of the events.  “Respect for our differences in a community fosters compassion, not violence”

Brad Pitt Will March Down the Aisle When Gays Can

Brad Pitt Will March Down the Aisle When Gays Can Esquire magazine
"Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able," the actor reveals in Esquire magazine's October issue.

Look for the issue on newsstands next Tuesday September 19th.

Happenings at Stonewall Library

The Stonewall Library and Archives is happy to announce that its monthly GLBT book discussion group will return from its summer hiatus on Thursday, September 14, at 7:30 p.m.  Jesse Monteagudo, author of "The Book Nook" and an award-winning authority on GLBT literature, will lead the discussions on the second Thursday of every month.  The first book to be discussed, appropriately enough, is "Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution," David Carter's history of the pivotal event in GLBT history (that incidentally gave SLA its name). In addition to discussing "Stonewall," participants will have the opportunity
to discuss other topics of interest and to choose October's title.  Admission to the book discussion group is free and the event is open to the public.

On Friday, September 15, at 7.30 PM they invite you to "That Old Black Magic", an evening with Albert Batista-Morris who is the grand nephew of Cuba's ex-President Fulgeneio Batista. Albert will share his poetry and short stories as a child shuttling back and forth between glamorous Cuba and Miami in the 1950's to his maturity as a gay member of the exile community of South Florida. The evening will include a multi-media presentation of his life; the son of a socialite mother and a father who was a back-up singer for Marilyn Monroe. Albert's poetry speaks of the tensions between the Anglo and Hispanic world’s as well as his own journey as a gay man. Against the backdrop of his mementos and personal experiences this will be an evening you will long remember.  Please join them for this exciting event at the Library. The presentation is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served.

On Friday, September 22, at
7.00 PM they feature Girls Out Movie Night, with the movie "Julie Johnson.” If you missed the stage production at the Sol Theatre or even if you saw it, come see the film version of this provocative film.  A New Jersey housewife is dissatisfied with her everyday life because she is smarter than she or anyone else knows. While taking a
computer class, Julie discovers her abilities and finds the courage to make dramatic life changes. This is a story of realizing one's potential and being willing to turn one's life upside down to take a chance on finding happiness. Claire, Julie's best friend, goes along with Julie's secret quest and
eventually moves in with her. Both women are on a search to realize their dreams and come to terms with their love for each other. Suggested Donation $2 Discussion follows if time permits.

The MGLFF Monthly Screening Series presents Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds  on Thursday, September 28th at 7:30PM at the  Bill Cosford Cinema at the University of Miami Memorial Building, 2nd Floor. In the 2005 smash hit by Q. Allan Brocka (director of this years Boy Culture) Eating Out, Kyle (American Idol finalist Jim Verraros) convinces his very sexy and very straight roommate to pretend to be gay in order to get the girl he has the hot’s for and who only seems to dig guys of the homo persuasion. In the Florida premiere of the first ever American gay sequel Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds, the tables have turned and it is now Kyle who delves into the world of pretend to land the new hunk on campus. With the help of his friends Gwen and Tiffani, Kyle finds himself having to butch it up in order to get his hands on the sexy nude art model Troy. Kyle's plan gets a kink in it when his adorable ex-boyfriend Marc throws his hat into the race of whose first to bed the beefcake. Kyle's scheme pulls him in deeper and deeper when he has to pretend to have a girlfriend and infiltrate the campus group of reformed gay's. You won't want to miss John Waters muse, Mink Stole, as Kyle's neurotic mom. This laugh out loud film features promises to tickle your funny bone with laughter and provide plenty of eye candy in the form of scantily clad hotties on screen. In the boy eat boy, boy eat girl world of Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds, stakes get raised, sexual boundaries are obliterated, and the answer is never what you might expect. Join them for the After-Party at O'Zone nightclub and receive a Complimentary Cocktail with your Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds Ticket Stub. O'Zone is located on 6620 SW 57th Avenue, 1 Block North of US1 on 57th Avenue in the Plaza beside the Mobil Gas Station.  Ticket Prices Current MGLFF Members $9.00 Current University of Miami Students or MGLFF Student Members (must be purchase in person or by phone) $5.00 General Admission $12.00.


Reality Show Casting Call!
Fierté Cosmetics will be casting main story lines and extras for a new reality-based TV show dealing with beauty and image on Sept. 24. The casting call will occur noon at the company’s flagship studio, the first of 20 planned nationwide, at 658 N. Federal Highway in Victoria Park Shoppes in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. We are looking for personal and compelling stories having to do with appearance, beauty, and image,” Brad Koogler, director of marketing and public relations. “We want stories that showcase how enhancing your outer appearance can change the way you feel inside.” The casting is open to men and women 18 years old and over. Those interested should e-mail with a story synopsis, head shot and body shot or for further information. Only the first 75 approved applicants will be seen. Fierté specializes in personalized cosmetic and skincare services and client education in a boutique setting. The company offers individual beauty consultations and applications; customized bridal packages; storyboards, design concepts and applications for the fashion, photography, and film industries; make-up artist training; beauty pageant contestant training; and “celebrity treatment” packages for companies and special events. The Fort Lauderdale-based company carries its own product lines. Fierté’s all-natural cosmetic line has a beeswax base that retains moisture in the skin and holds color longer. Formulated for maintenance and hydration, Fierté’s pH-balanced skincare system has a peptide delivery system for immediate results. Fierté was created by Master Artisan Gregory Yap Sam, a 20-year veteran of the beauty industry, to meet consumer demand. The product lines were formulated by Yap Sam in consultation with a leading South Florida dermatologist. For information about Fierté, call them at 954-525-2150 or visit or


Flamingo Freedom Band

The Flamingo Freedom Band, Florida’s only Gay and Lesbian concert band, will be presenting a fall concert entitled Strike Up the Band on Sunday, November 5, at 7:30pm at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.  This concert will celebrate the band’s 20th Anniversary and will feature special guests the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus, the Rough Riders of South Florida, and the South Florida Lambda Chorale.  The musical selections will be from Broadway and Beyond, including West Side Story, Candide, and Les Miserables. Come enjoy popular music from composers like Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and George Gershwin. Tickets are $25 and $40 and are available at  This One Night Only event has been made possible by generous funding through the Community Foundation of Broward County, the Broward County Cultural Division, Pride South Florida, and the Broward Center Arts Access Program. If you would like more information about this event please contact Adam DeRosa at (954) 292-7785 or at

The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen through the Eyes of Cole Porter

The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen through the Eyes of Cole PorterBen Bagley’s musical revue, The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen through the Eyes of Cole Porter, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, opened August 23 at Caldwell Theatre Company to impressive reviews.  With Porter songs spanning several decades, this glimpse into the repertoire of one of our most important songwriters (both lyrics and music) offered a magical evening of well known and lesser known musical gems. Directed by Michael Hall and featuring Elizabeth Dimon, Terrell Hardcastle, Suzy Jackson, Bruce Linser and Connie SaLoutos, with musical direction by Eric Alsford, this musical revue was every bit as sophisticated as the great Porter himself.  Steinway Piano Gallery of Boca Raton graciously partnered with Caldwell by providing a magnificent baby grand piano, which, at center stage, was musical perfection and visually compelling as well. Caldwell’s video projection system integrated graphic elements that enhanced the theatrical elements of the revue.  Tim Bennett’s show-stopper set in red, black and silver, along with visually stunning lighting effects by Aaron Torgerson, sound and video projection by Sean Lawson and costumes by Erin Amico rounded out the overall perfection of Caldwell’s presentation. If you wish to be entertained by top-notch singers performing the songs of the one-and-only Cole Porter, come to Caldwell and feel your heart sing again by this Sunday September 17. Box Office:  877-245-7432 or 561-241-7432.  Group rates are available. TICKETS:  $32.50 and $41.50

All of this Friday Night!

Paulina AnandaNoche Latina Fridays at Elements, in association with Granda Entertainment and Universal Music Latino, presents a CD single release party for Paulina’s “Ananda” featuring the single Ni Una Sola Palabra.” They will be giving away FREE CD Singles remixes not available in stores, Posters and Stickers. With FREE DRINKS (well &dom) form 9-11pm, DJ George Valdez spinning the hottest mix of Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cumbia, Raggeton, and top 40, Hot Latin Go-Go Papi’s, and their all star show at 1:30am starring House Divas Champagne Bordeaux, Alyssa Kartiar and guests. For more info visit 

Edison Farrow's Euphoria Fridays at Madiba on Miami BeachEdison Farrow announces that the Upstairs Lounge at Jade will re-open Friday night. This was the room that added a completely different vibe to Fridays at Jade and he has received numerous comments from people that it was greatly missed. This will be the first week with all three rooms open again as the Madiba Miami restaurant moves downstairs into the main room. So, they will be working out the details and kinks over the next few weeks. Once again, they will have three rooms and three DJs spinning different types of music. Upstairs will be the return of the Hip-Hop lounge, bottle service (maybe even that dreadful line!) Tables can be reserved by calling me at 305.495.0925  

Score Gay Nightclub Miami Beach FloridaBoom presents a CD give-away for Nelly Furtado

Score Presents DJ Eddie X with décor by RKM, and performances all night. They are offering reduced admission for those in leather.

From 7pm to 9pm join Naked Grape (2039 Wilton Drive) as they host their first 'Brown Bag' wine tasting. Four reds, four whites but they are not telling you what they are. Using a scorecard, try to identify the grape varietal, the region and the producer. At the end of the tasting, the identity of the wines will be Naked Graperevealed and prizes will be awarded at three levels based on the best scores. It's a great way to expand your wine knowledge and your tasting palate while playing a sophisticated drinking game with your friends. Tickets: $10 in advance by calling 954-563-5631 or in person at the store. Parties of 5 or more reserved in advance receive 1 free admission. Advance tickets are non-refundable. Admission night of event will be $15 at the door, if available. Special event prices on all featured wines.

Upcoming Events

This Saturday Sept 16th the Coliseum introduces to Fort Lauderdale DJ Escape, and then on Saturday, September 23, they present DJ David Knapp on his across the USA Global Groove Tour. Both nights feature performances by TP Lords & Erika Norell and admission is free before midnight.

Cherry Pie Fridays for Women

Steel CIrcuit Saturdays

Lambda Chorale's concert at the Broward Center's Amaturo Theater on Saturday September 16th will be an exciting, fast-moving production featuring great music from such well known shows as the Sound of Music, Rent, Phantom of the Opera, Chicago, and Avenue Q.  Other familiar highlights will include "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "Let the River Run," "Put a Little Love in Your Heart," "Imagine,"  "Gracias a la Vida," and a Cole Porter medley.  There will also be some pieces that may be new to you but they are sure you will love.  The entire production will be an energetic, highly enjoyable mixture of great music and choreography. For chorale members - singers, production people, and everyone involved - the night is a labor of love. A love they want to share with you. As of press time there are less than 50 tickets left so be sure to get your ticket now as they are sure to be sold out in the next couple days or so. Most tickets are $30; however, there are also a limited number of premium seats (forward rows) available for $40 and rear-of-theater seats for $25. You can get your tickets by logging onto, by calling the Broward Center's AutoNation Box Office at 954-462-0222, or by contacting South Florida Lambda Chorale at 866-937-4644.  

This Saturday, September 16 Prideline Youth Services is producing the inaugural GLBT fist annual Adult Prom at the JW Marriot (1109 Brickell Avenue) in Miami. The event starts at 7pm and feature the sounds of DJ Enrique Araujo of MTV Latin America. For more information call 305- 571-9601.

Twilo Presents DJ Abel this Saturday September 16th.

This Sunday, September 17th, Woofest presents a wet woof pool party at the Windamar Beach Resort (543 Breakers Avenue) from 1 to 5pm. The party will be featuring the talents of DJ Marc Scott (of Jackhammer T) and DJ Sol (celebrating his birthday). Admission is $10.

This Sunday Sept 17, Babylon T and Noche Latina T and the entire Staff of Voodoo Lounge presents the grand opening of NBA superstar, Dennis Rodman’s new glamorous patio lounge “Rodman’s Rehab.” The T-Dance will feature guest DJ Lydia Prim  in the main room, DJ Miik on the Patio and Latin DJ Jarel (who is getting rave reviews) spinning in the Envy Room (the room is rocking and packed) spinning the Hottest Latin tunes as well as shows by Erika Norell and Vegas Dion. Don’t forget they feature FREE DRINKS from 5-7pm and the Boardwalk dancers for your viewing pleasure.

Bill's Filling Station 2-4-1 Happy Hour

China White Hump Wednesday Fetish Night

2 Guys on a Mic at Elements Nightclub in Fort Lauderdale Florida

Richard Cortez, local folk singer, will be hosting a benefit concert at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center (GLCC) at 8pm on Friday, September 22nd.  This concert will coincide with his CD release party for Richard Cortez:  Live at the Red Room which, with the $10 admission, you will receive a copy of his album from which he will be playing the songs.  These songs are pre-wollenberg songs that are from his seedy back room bar days playing for prostitutes, stoners, and college students.  You will also get a sneak peak at some of the tracks from his upcoming album He Loves Me Not which contains even more of his pre-recording days.  For more information, go to or at  The GLCC is located at 1717 North Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale and all proceeds go to benefit the Youth Group of the GLCC.   

On Monday September 25th, Steel Nightclub presents the 11th annual Miss South Florida Illusion and the 2nd annual Miss South Florida Illusion Classic pageants…More info to come soon!!

On Wednesday October 4th, from 8-9pm, Better Bodies Gym (1164 East Oakland Park Blvd) presents a lecture by nutrition and lifestyle coach physical therapist Dan Hellman. Admission for Better Bodies Members are $5, non-members are $10.

Rod Stephens and Dog Tag Friday at Jackhammer Gay Bar Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Boardwalk Fort Lauderdale

We’ve all fall’n in love, We’ve Fall’n out of Love, But nothing will prepare you for the love you’ll feel…when you reach Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center For Performing Arts for Interludes of Love on Saturday, October 7 at 8:00 p.m. Produced & Directed by Joel Caceres, dancers & performers accompany an all-local star cast including Lennis Sabatino (JazzyPhat) & Nelson Polanco (NelsonFitness) in a cleverly arranged collection of songs that lead you into the whirlwind of emotions that many call Love. A young couple has parted ways. Both heartbroken, they venture out and meet new love ones and begin happy lives until a single phone call changes everything. For the better, for the worst…you decide. Interludes of Love is a unique show developed to raise funds for Little River Historical, Cultural & Economic Development Corporation, a Non-Profit Organization, and their continuing efforts to improve the local community with education through employability preparation, training, child sporting programs and The Arts. Currently, Little River HC & EDC is in desperate need of a physical location to continue their invaluable work in our community, in addition to providing a mode of transportation for children during its many outdoor recreational programs such as the Professional Golf Association’s My First Tee. Visit their website for more information at  

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Mark's List VIP Special

Windamar Beach Resort

Alex AndrosThe Windamar Beach Resort has just hired former Titan Star Alex Andros to join their staff.  He’ll be working the front desk and guest relations, and they will also have personally autographed copies of his videos available for sale! They think Alex will bring new reasons for you to come and join them for day passes at The Windamar during the week, and not just on the weekends.  The Windamar will be welcoming Alex with discounted day passes on September 13, 14, and 15.  The normal $15 day pass will be $10 to welcome Alex aboard. 

Ask for your special Mark's List VIP discount throughout the month of September on day passes by telling them you heard about the Windamar on


Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) announces their final call for entries for their 2006 High School Film Competition.  The event, will take place at Cinema Paradiso, on October 21, from 9:30 a.m – 11:00 a.m., during the festival’s 21st Annual Event. As part of the morning event, student filmmakers can participate in an open discussion with Robin Cowie, the producer of The Blair Witch Project.  In addition, Kodak will offer a seminar to help students shoot their own 35mm film.  Kodak will develop the film and send them a DVD.  FLIFF will showcase the top High School entries. Of these films, a panel of judges will select the top three in each category and present awards to the top films. Films must be 5 minutes or less in length.  The four categories are Narrative, Documentary, Music Video, and Experimental.  Entries must be submitted in VHS, DVD, or Mini DV formats.  The Fee to enter a film is $10.   Deadline for Entries is September 30. Entry forms for submissions are accepted via or by downloading and completing the film submission form which is available on-line at For additional information, entrants may email with subject line: FLIFF High School Competition or call 954-760-9898 ext. 101. The 21st Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival reels out over 125 independent films, from the U.S. and around the globe, October 20 – November 12, 2006. Whether intense or light and funny, the festival’s film selections are provocative, artistic, stimulating and entertaining.  Filmmaker and celebrity sightings create an aura of excitement around the month-long cinematic event, while exclusive and premiere screenings as well as trendy receptions offer opportunities to meet both moviemakers and actors alike. The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival is a 501(3c) not-for profit organization dedicated to enriching the cultural landscape of our community through the cinematic arts. In addition to producing the Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, FLIFF offers exceptional year-round programming at their theater, Cinema Paradiso, and at venues throughout South Florida.

Strike Up the Band

The Flamingo Freedom Band, Florida’s only Gay and Lesbian concert band, will be presenting a fall concert entitled Strike Up the Band on Sunday, November 5, at 7:30pm at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.  This concert will celebrate the band’s 20th Anniversary and will feature special guests the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus, the Rough Riders of South Florida, and the South Florida Lambda Chorale.  The musical selections will be from Broadway and Beyond, including West Side Story, Candide, and Les Miserables. Come enjoy popular music from composers like Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and George Gershwin. Tickets are $25 and $40 and are available at  This One Night Only event has been made possible by generous funding through the Community Foundation of Broward County, the Broward County Cultural Division, Pride South Florida, and the Broward Center Arts Access Program. If you would like more information about this event please contact Adam DeRosa at (954) 292-7785 or at

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