What's HOT South Florida :: May 26 - 30
Thursday, May 26
D&B Tile Distributors of Pompano Beach invites everyone to come by between 5:30-7:30 pm, and they will show you how bigger is better and how technology will blow your mind in the tile industry. The event will feature guest speakers Luca Zaggati from Atlas Concorde and Jamie Blomquist, President of Expressive Designs Inc. In addition, they will have vendors and professionals in the tile industry for you to casually discuss your new construction and remodel projects. They will also feature complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres.
The Pride Factory is featuring a Memorial Day Sale until May 30 with 20-70%off swimwear, just in time for Gaydays. They are also featuring savings on underwear, fashion and accessories.
Village Pub presents Michael Scott live in "Electric Blue, Classic Songs from the 80's" at 9:30 pm. The night will also feature this year's brand new winner of Village Voice. This will be a unique chance to see the 2015 and 2016 winners of Village Voice performing together.
Adams Interiors is featuring a Memorial Day event that features 20% off the Elite Modern Brand, which is one of the leaders in Modern Design, until May 30.
The Mix Designer Men's Clothing is featuring a 4 day sale from today until May 30th with 20-50% off all merchandise.
Friday, May 27
Sage and Mickey Havens, due to popular demand, are moving their successful "Boys Night Out" to Fridays starting tonight. Doors open at 6pm and there is plenty of free parking. In addition, by mentioning the ad in Hotspots, you get 2 for 1 Entrees all night long.
The inaugural Hydro Caribbean Puerto Rico takes place from today through Sunday and features an incredible line-up of international DJ's. For more information or to purchase last minute tickets go to: HydroCaribbean.com.
Starting tonight, Rumors celebrates Memorial Day Weekend with bringing the beach to the drive. The event starts today with the parking lot filled with sand. On Saturday they feature Fire Dancers, and live music and on Sunday they feature sexy singer Evan Grushka live from 2-4 pm and a 2 story outdoor water slide until 7 pm.
Saturday, May 28
The Manor Saturdays presents Cirque Sin starring Celebrity DJ Manny Lehman along with Cirque Acts and beautiful dancers in the Ballroom. In the Ivy Lounge and Patio, Noche Latina Saturday's presents "Men In Uniform," a Memorial Day Weekend themed event starring Champagne Bordeaux and also featuring our monthly El Jimadar Sasla Dance Contest hosted by Sasha Lords with music by resident DJ Larry Larr, and hot Latin Go-Go Papi's provided by Marco Perez. Saturdays at the Manor is from 11pm to 4 am and feature No Cover until midnight and only $5 after midnight for member and $7 for non-members.
Sunday, May 29
Gary Santis presents the annual White Fort Lauderdale event at the Manor. The once a year event will star celebrity DJ Tony Moran along with from "RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 8 Acid Betty. Tickets are available in advance at showclix.com/event/white2016 and start at only $20. This is an 18 and over event. For premium VIP room bottle service or for more info go to 954-557-4279.
Drink N Drag Sundays at Wolf Bar presents the resurrection of Nikkay Waters. Nikkay will be performing along with hostess Nicole Halliwell, Twat LaRouge, Sasha Lords, Calypso Monroe and Deja Devomier. Showtime is 11 pm.
Scandals Saloon presents their monthly Lady fancy's Gospel Jubilee at 6 pm, which is a joyful celebration of Southern Gospel Music.
Monday, May 30
Club Ft. Lauderdale is having an additional complimentary Poolside Luncheon on Memorial Day at 1PM.
Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale hosted the 7th Annual Burger Battle where restaurants from all over the city competed to earn the title of the Best Burger in Fort Lauderdale. Sixteen of the city's best gathered at Huizenga Plaza to present their beef-based burger to a panel of expert judges as well as a 500+ crowd of burger aficionados who purchased event tickets. Among the awards presented were Best Overall Burger, Burger Nirvana and Fan Favorite. Shula Burger's "The Heater" won the Best Overall Burger and Burger Nirvana. Nirvana status was awarded as all judges agreed "The Heater" was perfection in a bite. Shula Burger also took home the title of Best Burger Joint. This victory comes just in time for Shula Burger as they are preparing to celebrate National Hamburger Week by giving away free and discounted burgers to guests for interacting with their social channels.
The Windamar Beach resort is having a mid-week special through the end of June. On Wednesdays and Thursdays day passes are only $10 (normally $15.
J. Miles is featuring a Pop-Up sale with incredible savings thru August at his temporary location at 2217 Wilton Drive. He opens daily at 11 am. For more info call 954-579-3655.
This is HOT
Ariztical Entertainment announced the cable and digital release of "Beautiful Something." After an acclaimed year on the LGBT festival circuit and a theatrical run in New York and LA, the film will be available to rent or own nationwide. "Beautiful Something" follows four men on their interlocking searches for sex, art, love, and identity within the City of Brotherly Love.
From writer-director Joseph Graham ("Strapped"), "Beautiful Something" stars Brian Sheppard, Colman Domingo ("Selma," AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead"), Zack Ryan and John Lescault. Directing his smoldering cast with conviction in a moody, nighttime palette, Graham presents a film with a lot of male skin, but also a lot of heart, as it explores centuries-old questions about mixing up love with art. "Beautiful Something" is now available on DirecTV, iTunes, Cable VOD, Dish, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu and more. A physical release is planned for late summer.
In one desperate night, four disparate gay men cruise Philadelphia in pursuit of ever-elusive human connection. Brian (Sheppard), a poet with an already-spent advance and a looming deadline, seeks distraction at dusk -- whether that means a hook-up (or two) or confessing his love to his straight best friend. Drew (Domingo), a renowned sculptor in love with his boyish muse, is eager to finish his latest creation. His model Jim (Ryan) is an unpredictable aspiring actor prone to dramatic outbursts. Simultaneously aroused and intimidated by Drew's talent and devotion, Jim yearns for a modicum of freedom from the sculptor's attentions. Rounding out the quartet is Bob (Lescault), a wealthy, alcoholic talent agent, cruising the Philadelphia backstreets for a "beautiful something." Despite his aimlessness, he usually finds his target.