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COVER

The Cost of Love

Porn Star Christopher Daniels Tells All in New Memoir By Gregg Shapiro

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Subtitled “Escorting, Porn and Promiscuity in Las Vegas,” gay porn star/escort, and now writer, Christopher Daniels tells his tale of tail in the memoir Money’s on the Dresser. The book traces his roots from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, where he was raised in a religiously conservative household, punctuated by homophobic church sermons, where Focus On the Family reading material was part of his family’s library. Daniels knew that he wasn’t meant to stay on the “prairie” and followed his (dancing) feet to ballet school in Connecticut and from there to Oklahoma City, Mississippi and the cruise ships of Royal Caribbean as an entertainer. Before you can say Showgirls, Daniels landed in Las Vegas where he joined the corps of dancers at Bally’s Hotel’s Jubilee. If you want to know how he got from there to porn and escorting, well, you’re just going to have to read his book. In the 1970s, a pair of bestselling books The Happy Hooker by Xaviera Hollander and The Happy Hustler by Grant Tracy Saxon (aka Michael Kearns) titillated readers with details about the world of prostitution, a subject generally considered to be taboo at the tame. Did you read either or both of these books before writing Money’s On the Dresser? I had actually read a couple of Xaviera’s books in high school. I was part of a group of kids and one of the girls in the group lived next door to this couple that were swingers. She would steal porn and dirty magazines from them. She ended up stealing a couple of Xaviera’s books and I remember we would spend Friday nights reading the books in one of my other friend’s rooms [laughs] when I was about 15 years old, I think. You wrote in the introduction about friends encouraging you to write a book. Did you always intend for it to be a memoir, and therefore nonfiction, as opposed to be a fictionalized telling of your experience? I did. When I first came to write a book, I had no idea what I would write about. I never felt qualified to write anything. Then the escorting stuff started happening and the experiences were a little odd, some of them, and they would really stand out. I thought I would try writing about these experiences because I can’t keep going through life and meeting these people and forget

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about them, because I will. I started writing them down and what I came up with was this memoir, this collection of stories. With that in mind, how did you go about deciding which experiences to write about, which ones would make for interesting reading material to potential readers? Some of the stories just came pouring out. Some of the stories stood out more in my mind. I have a lot more crazy, weird experiences that have happened. I didn’t include some of them because I felt like they weren’t really going along with the flow of my story, they didn’t quite fit. I could have written a lot more but I chose to stick with what I had. The idea of doing fiction did cross my mind, but I thought, “I just want to write about my experiences, I want it to be true and I want to tell my story.” I really like to be honest about my experiences and how they affected me. For some time you lived and worked in Las Vegas. Would you say that, as a gay man, you felt welcome and safe there? Yes. I recently moved from Vegas. I’m based in L.A. right now, but I go back and forth to Vegas. I still have work there. I’ve always felt safe there. Vegas doesn’t have a huge gay community. It’s not incredibly liberal and progressive in terms of sexuality. But nobody seems to care either. I feel like it’s a working class town and everybody is just doing their own thing. It’s not a gay town at all, but I’ve never felt threatened or that my safety was in jeopardy. You write about your experiences with differentlyabled clients which made me think about writer Mark O’Brien whose story was the basis for the movie The Sessions starring Helen Hunt and John Hawkes. If there was a movie version of Money’s On the Dresser, who would you want to portray you? Oh, God, I have no idea. Who’s the guy who’s in everything gay but says he’s not gay? James Franco? Yeah, I would say him because he’s in everything and he seems to want to do every gay role. I have no interest in him playing my role, but it seems like he’d probably be cast.

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As a professional dancer, you know that there tends to be a time limit on how long you can work and put your body through such a rigorous routine. Does the same hold true for being a sex worker? Yes, it does. I have transitioned out of working as a dancer because I was getting to that place where I was having a lot of injuries. Dancers are even more exploited than sex workers. It wasn’t going anywhere and I felt like the amount of work I was putting into it and the sacrifices I was making with my body, it just wasn’t worth it. So I transitioned into this industry. But being a sex worker is the exact same thing. It does have an expiration date. It depends on when you go into it and how you market yourself. I went into it when I was in my late 20s when I still looked twinkish. I worked that and it went pretty well. Then I put on some weight, grew a beard and transitioned into a daddy look. There’s always been a concern in my mind about my body and my health. There’s always that issue. guymag.net

So, have you thought about what you want to do when it comes time for you to retire? Yes, every day [laughs]. I always have a lot of clients in my life who are very concerned, asking “What are you going to do after this?” The truth is that I’ve always had a plan and been very sure of that plan, but I really don’t at this point. I wrote the book so I could maybe add something different to my career. I’m trying different things to make myself employable. I have no idea how long I’ll stay in this industry. I’m still working consistently and I really enjoy what I do. I enjoy the escorting, the dancing, the traveling, the porn; all of it. It’s still going well so I’m going to work it as long as I can. At the same time, I’m going to bow out gracefully. I don’t want to be the last person at the party. To purchase Money’s on the Dresser visit christopher-daniels.com.

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BILL’S BARTENDER FOR DILF

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It took none other than our own Dame Edna to host real estate mogul Vince Clancy’s 55th birthday bash!

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Pompano Bill and other cool VIPs will be there, as they were for this Latinos Salud Fundraiser

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DJ WITH IMPULSE

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UWE AND I AT DILF

Uwe of WolfCuff (right) greets fans and friends at Bill’s

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Mark and Jackson are “embraced” at the DILF Party in Bill’s Filling Station

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It was a lovely turnout for Impulse Group’s premiere of ‘Open’ — the next video in ‘Knowing’

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THE WEEK

Island City Artwalk, Art Garfunkel and Mozart

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2/20 Saturday

Smash! oBroadway singer and television star, Megan Hilty has a voice made for the stage. She’s performed in musicals ranging from Wicked to 9 to 5 to Two by Two. Her most important breakout role, though, came alongside the indomitable Anjelica Huston in NBC’s short-lived Broadway fantasy Smash. Since that role, she’s appeared in a wide-range of television shows including Louie, Sean Saves the World, and an Encores! program of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Her ginormous voice is on stage tonight at the Parker Playhouse. 8 p.m. Parker Playhouse. 707 NE 8th St, Fort Lauderdale, 33304.

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Journey to the Depths of Acevedo oThe third Friday of every month, Wilton Drive opens its streets up to the artists and their work. Galleries, eclectic stores, cafes, boutiques and upscale restaurants host over 40 local artists, hoping to bring culture and business together for the public to enjoy. This month’s featured artist, Tom Acevedo, paints figurative art expressing the male form: a quiet vulnerability and masculinity all at the same time. If only masculinity and vulnerability could exist in the same person! 7 p.m. Island City Art Walk. Various locations on Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors, 33305.

Art Garfunkel oMany in Wilton Manors have been on different bridges over troubled waters, but nobody knows this sentiment better than Art Garfunkel (except, maybe, Mr. Simon). Tonight Art takes the stage at the Broward Center for a night of acoustic melodies, including his hit Graduate tracks like “Sound of Silence” and “Mrs. Robinson.” Although it’s been 40 years since those times, his voice has remained clear and resonant. His impressive solo career has earned him six Grammy Awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award. Unlike Woody Allen and his Golden Globes Lifetime Achievement award, though, Mr. Garfunkel has less skeletons in his closet. 8 p.m. Broward Center for the Performing Arts. 201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 33312.

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Julio, Not Enrique oEnrique may get all the press nowadays, but his stellar genes started somewhere, namely with Mr, Julio Iglesias who performs tonight at the American Airlines Arena. The romantic crooner was the ‘80s most popular performer of Latin love songs. As one of the world’s best-selling male vocalists, Iglesias has won the hearts of fans of all different languages. His most famous songs include “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before,” “All of You,” and “My Love.” 8 p.m. American Airlines Arena. 601 Biscayne Blvd Miami, 33132.

Regis Philbin oA long time ago Regis Philbin’s enthusiasm made Who Wants to Be a Millionaire a cultural phenomenon for at least a good half minute. An even longer time ago Regis Philbin’s chaotic energy meshed perfectly with Kathie Lee Gifford’s also somewhat chaotic energy (looking back, Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee was rather chaotic). But who knew that Regis Philbin, consummate host and television icon, is also an accomplished singer? Tonight, after a 6:30 dinner, Regis Philbin performs selections from The Regis Philbin Christmas Album and When You’re Smiling. He may even through in some jokes for old times sake. 8:30 p.m. The Colony Hotel. 155 Hammon Ave, Palm Beach, 33480.

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Mozart Live! oBeing a child prodigy is a difficult task—always trying to live up to everyone’s hype for you. Still, Mozart did it quite well, despite the jealous Salieri’s of the world. The Pink Church Chancel Choir, Florida’s Singing Sons Boychoir, and The Second Generation Singers perform Mozart’s Requiem in honor of the late Richard Kull. Included in this event are soprano Susana Diaz, mezzo Maria Fenty Denison, tenor Martin Nusspaumer, and baritone Neil Nelson. Contributions to support this performance in Mr. Kull’s memory are invited and encouraged. 4 p.m. The First Presbyterian Church (also known as “The Pink Church”). 2331 NE 26th Ave, Pompano Beach, 33062. THE WEEK continues on page 44

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THE WEEK ____________________ Monday

2/24

Tween Boy Alert o “Mahomies” (the term for rabid Austin Mahone fans) swarm the South Floridian terrain finding any Austin Mahone bashers to attack. They spend their time worshipping at the feet of this viral video neo-Justin Bieber. Lately, Mahone’s career has taken off as his ultimate rival (Bieber) falls swiftly to the ground. He’s opened for Taylor Swift, presented at the Billboard Music Awards and even won a Radio Disney Music Award. If you’re a mahomie, chances are you’ve already booked your ticket to hear such singles as “What About Love,” “Say You’re Just a Friend,” and “Say Somethin’.” 7:30 p.m. The Filmore Miami Beach. 1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, 33139.

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Networking Made Easy oGay people with money, hitting it off, and making some deals. That’s something South Florida’s own Suze Orman could be happy about. This afternoon the Greater Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosts their

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quarterly networking event where professionals of all types of businesses can team up with other LGBTQ identifying neighbors. This quarter’s event takes place at one of the greatest Mexican restaurants off of A1A, Dos Caminos. Just be weary of too much beans and rice—after all, you’re trying to make an impression! 11:30 a.m. Dos Caminos. 1140 Seabreeze Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 33136.

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Memphis on Stage oDavid Bryan’s critically acclaimed musical comes to Fort Lauderdale. Memphis won four 2010 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Loosely based on the life of Memphis disc jockey Dewey Philips (one of the first white DJs to play black music in the 1950s), Memphis tells the tale of the underground dance clubs of 1950s Memphis, a white rebellious DJ and a black R&B singer (Felicia Farrell) who begin a dangerous affair. Their relationship faces the challenges of both their personal ambitions and the pressures of the outside world unable to accept their love. Sound familiar? 8 p.m. Broward Center for the Performing Arts. 201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 33132.

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TRAVEL

The Top Ten Travel Blunders by

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I often hear people complaining that travel just isn’t much fun anymore. Even if you weren’t around during the heyday of airline travel in the ’60 and ‘70s, you’re still aware that flying has gone from being a luxurious experience to just a step or two above riding on a bus full of chickens in some third world country. And, while I’ll concede that travel isn’t as glamorous as it once was, I often observe people making it harder on themselves (and consequently, their fellow passengers). The following are the top ten mistakes I often see people make, as well as tips on how to avoid them.

Not allowing enough time

I used to hate getting to the airport early and having to hang around the airport. I would usually saunter up to the counter just before the final call for boarding. I learned my lesson when I arrived 25 minutes before take-off and was told that my seat was given away. There were no other flights out that night and I had to spend eight hours waiting

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for the next one. Now with long lines at TSA and consistently over-booked flights, it’s even more important to leave yourself enough time. Come to the airport prepared with things to do, and use this as uninterrupted time to enjoy a favorite book or on-line game, or as a time to get some work done.

Over-packing

People seldom complain about under packing. Over-packing means you need to sort through things you don’t need to find the one thing you do, not to mention having to haul that stuff around. Also, you will have less room in your bags to bring back things purchased on your trip. Take a page from Coco Chanel who advised that when you are finished dressing, look in the mirror and remove one thing. When you are packing, place everything on a table and try to reduce the amount by one-third. You’d be surprised what you can do without.

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Failing to alert your credit card companies that you are traveling

Credit card companies often suspend a card if they see unusual action on it (such as purchases made away from your home town). As much as you appreciate the vigilance against fraud, it can be difficult and time consuming to straighten out the problem. Relying too heavily on hotel websites when picking vacation destinations. The right camera angles and lighting can make hotel rooms look better and larger than they really are and stunning views from the balconies can be added. Check web-sites such as Trip Advisor for unbiased reviews, but be forewarned, some places spend more money on paying people to post positive comments than they do upgrading their facilities. Ask for suggestions on Facebook, talk to a travel planner or call the local tourism bureau.

Relying too much on recommendations from friends and family Sort of The flip side of the tip above. Do they have the same expectations about a vacation experience you do? Are their values the same as yours? They may think a restaurant is great because the portions are large, whereas you are more interested in the quality of the food. Are you open to experiences they would pass on? This is your vacation, not theirs. Supplement recommendations with your own research.

gage, meals) for free that can more than make up for a difference in ticket prices. Also, don’t assume an airline with a reputation for luxury is beyond your means, often you can get deals that even out the playing field.

Forgetting to pack chargers and adapters

This is definitely the most common thing people forget to pack, and it can be one of the most impossible to replace or find when away. If you can’t charge your camera or other necessary device, this can simply add to vacation stress. Consider buying extra chargers for the things you use most and leave them in your luggage.

Checking in too often

Roaming and international charges can be expensive, as can Internet access. If possible, tell your co-workers that you will have limited or no phone or Internet access. None of us are as indispensible as we think we are. If you’re going to be checking in throughout the day, why even leave? Remember though, that if you’ve said you won’t have access to social media, don’t check in on Facebook. Provide the contact information for where you will be staying to loved ones and business associates with instruction that you should only be contacted in cases of emergencies.

Packing everything in checked baggage

If you pack essential items, such as medications, toiletries, etc. in checked luggage, and it doesn’t make the flight or goes missing, the results could range from annoying to dangerous. Always pack medication, basic toiletries and a change of clothes in your carry-on.

Traveling with the wrong people

Just because you are friends, doesn’t mean you are good travel buddies. Make certain that your priorities are similar. You may prefer to explore the city on foot, while your friend wants a bus tour. When you travel with someone you spend a lot of uninterrupted time together in unfamiliar and sometimes stressful situations. Before taking a long vacation together, start with a weekend trip to see how you get along.

Being too loyal to an airline

Some folks travel the same airline to accumulate mile for the reward program and sometimes forget to check if airfares are lower with other companies. Some airlines offer amenities (checked lug-

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Eat Your Way to a Perfect Body by Tom

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If you want a harder, more muscular body, you’ve got to train with weights consistently. Long hours of pumping iron will begin an awesome series of changes that will stimulate your muscles to grow denser and stronger in response to the challenges you impose on them. Yet besides counting sets, reps and pyramiding your weights until you work those muscles to fatigue, there’s more to building that dream physique. Eating for muscle is just as important as the time you spend in the gym. The breakfast that you eat or skip in the morning has an impact upon the amount of energy you have for your workout. The healthy meals you pack for lunch and your mid-afternoon snacks are essential toward keeping you lean and curbing your appetite away from deadly fast food quick fixes. In a perfect world it would be wonderful to have the time to read labels, count grams of fat, and eliminate junk food. In reality all you can do is your best each day to make sensible choices and realize that the healthier you try to eat, the more all that time in the gym will pay off. Here are a few rules that will help your body building endeavors and keep you healthy and energetic as well. Rule #1: Calories are important, but they’re not everything. Chris Asceto, author of Championship Bodybuilding states that rebuilding muscle broken down by training requires energy – in other words, calories. But many people, including some nutritionists, overestimate the energy needs for gaining mass, encouraging extremely high caloric intakes.

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In general, to gain muscle and stay lean, aim for 250 – 320 more calories everyday than your body burns through exercise and normal functioning. Focus upon consuming 1-2 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight daily. Instead of 2-3 monster meals, eat smaller meals more frequently and steadily throughout the day. Rule #2: Eat after training. It’s especially important to eat a protein and carbohydrate rich meal after a butt busting workout. Post training carbs are quickly used by the body for recovery and are less likely to be stored as fat. When these carbs are combined with protein, you’ve got a strong muscle-building combination because carbs help the body to assimilate protein. Rule #3: Drink plenty of water throughout the day, especially in the hours leading up to your workout. This helps you feel full and reduces hunger pangs. During training, drink at least 8 ounces every 15-20. Rule #4: Mass gains vary by individual. Gains will differ from one individual to another depending upon body size, build and level of experience in the gym. Don’t just rely upon the scale. Measure your hips and waist twice a month. Increases here will indicate that you may be putting on excess fat. For more tips on eating to stay lean and build muscle, contact TrainerTomB@aol.com. Visit the gym at www.pumpnincgym.com or call Tom (954) 557-1119 to set up a free intake today!

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PRO SERVICES ANNOUNCEMENTS BEST TRAVEL & TOURS of Wilton Manors invite you to be part of our group celebrating the 50th birthday of Samuel Caceras on board the Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas for a 5 day Western Caribbean voyage from April 26th-May 1, 2014 round trip from Ft. Lauderdale. For details, contact Paul Esposito @954-290-7045 or paul_besttravel@bellsouth.net or Napoleon Zambrano @954-564-1996 or besttravel@bellsouth.net

COUNSELING A MIND AT PEACE PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICES. Ron, “Doc” Chambers 954-627-0103 1975 East Sunrise Blvd., Suite 629 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33304. Serving Adults, Children, Couples and Families HIV Related Issues - Depression – Schizophrenia Relationship Problems Anger Management. Same-Sex Domestic Violence - Many Other Mental Health Issue. ***Affordable Counseling Fees*** SEEKING PLEASURE? You can’t think right when you’re stressed out. I CAN HELP with a unique service. *HOLISTIC RELAXATION* Sessions are spiritually oriented, confidential and private in my intimate studio. *Professionally Trained *References *Here to serve. Rates as low as $45. Call today and schedule your consultation. Paul Bunting - Life Coach 754444-7348 www.alignmentscience.com CHALLENGES TREATMENT CENTER Are drugs or alcohol controlling your life? Get help before you lose the job, health, relationship etc. Residential and Outpatient programs available. Insurance accepted, Call for a no cost consultation and to check insurance coverage call Craig Benoit 954-683-1564

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CLEAN IT RITE—THE BEST CLEANING SERVICE FOR YOUR BUCK! 1BR, $60, 2BR, $70, 3BR $80. Excellent references. 10 years in the business. Serving BROWARD, North Miami, and South Palm Beach. Contact Manny, (954) 560-4443

EMPLOYMENT 5 POINTS MASSAGE Renting one room in beautiful new massage studio located in the heart of Wilton Manors business district. Creative ways to make it possible and affordable. Contact Tom at 954-295-7041 or tom@5pointsmassage.com CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANTS (CNAs) and Home Health Assistants (HHAs) needed for growing Nurse Registry in Wilton Manors serving LGBT Seniors throughout Broward County. Recruiting now for future assignments, both part-time and full-time, hourly and live-in, temporary assignments and spot coverage assignment available now for those seeking extra hours or a transition. Fax documents to 954-728-9522 or email ernest@emeralelitehomehealth.com to request an appointment for any weekday between 2p and 4p.

EMPLOYMENT NEW YORK GRILLED CHEESE seeking kitchen staff, cashiers and food runners. Apply in person at 2207 Wilton Drive. COURTYARD CAFE Now seeking full time Breakfast cooks and Dishwashers for the season. Apply in person at 2211 Wilton drive or fax application to 954-779-1396. WILTON MANORS-Renting one room in beautiful new massage studio located in the heart of Wilton Manors business district. Creative ways to make it possible and affordable. Contact Tom at 954-295-7041 or tom@5pointsmassage.com

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MOVING / STORAGE RED BOX MOVING -- OWNER IN TRUCK ON EVERY MOVE. CALL NORBERT DIRECTLY. Affordable, Reliable, Careful. MV#567/INSURED. (954)305-9176 or (561)506-5540-www.redboxmoving.com ELITE RELOCATION MOVING & STORAGE We’ve provided quality moves for over 30 years. It’s always a smooth move when you choose Elite Relocation. Contact us today: 954.975.8660 www.elitemoving.com

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PET SITTING/WALKING PAWPAL DOG WALKING/PET SITTING Serving Wilton Manors, Ft. Lauderdale, & Oakland Park. Please call Rob. (469) 260-6969 or visit my website www.pawpal.co petwalker11@hotmail.com

SPIRITUALITY THE PARISH OF STS. FRANCIS & CLAIRE-STAFFED BY FRANCISCAN FRIARS 101 NE 3RD STREET, Just North of Broward Blvd, East of Andrews Avenue. Mass times, Sat. @ 5pm, Sun 2 10:30 am, Wed. @ 7pm. We we welcome and appreciate diversity-A progressive community in the Catholic tradition. (954) 731-8173 stsfrancisandclare.org

WILTON MANORS FIRM LOOKING FOR AN EXPERIENCED TAX PREPARER. The right person would have several years of business and personal tax preparation experience. Part Time Temporary that may become full time permanent for the right person. $12-$15 an hour based on experience. Send resume with cover letter to info@sterlingaccounting.com PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL ASSISTANT. RELOCATION COORDINATION, HOME ORGANIZATION. Daily Assistance— Transportation, Financial and Bill Administration. Weekly/Monthly Property Watch, Guidance and Coordination with Government and Institutional Agencies. Insured/Bonded (client specific) Mature Responsible—Excellent References. Contact Tim at 617-462-3789 or Tim@SRConsultingLC.com

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ROYAL PARK NEAR WILTON MANORS. 1BR/1.5 BA, $825-$925/mo. 2BR/2BA, $950-$1100/mo. Gated community, security. Clubhouse, pools, gym, spa, sauna & steam room. Pets ok. Cable/water/trash included. Call Naim Naqi, Realtor, RWSF (954) 565-2025 FORT LAUDERDALE/WILTON MANORS - ONE BEDROOM APT FOR RENT Very beautiful, washer/dryer in unit! Available now. $840/month. Drive by and see location at 15 N.E. 16th St. Call Nick @ 954-805-1195 FORT LAUDERDALE, 2 bedrooms, one bath, nicely furnished, blocks from the beach, behind W hotel, gated community, plush landscape with pool and laundry on site fully applianced, cable, utilities included, up to 6 months avail. Beginning, 4/1/2014, $1,400.00/mo. (401) 935-8186

*PERFECT VACATION RENTALS* WINTER RATES FROM $99/NIGHT WEEKLY** Award Winning Gay Resort Hotel. All the comforts of home. Beautiful Studio, 1 & 2 BR Self Catering Apts. with Full Kitchens. Clothing Optional heated pool, laundry, private parking. Closest Gay Hotel to Haulover Nude Beach & 15 minutes to Wilton Manors. Incl. Parking, Wi-Fi, Telephone. Gay Owned & Operated. Pets Always Welcome. Celebrating Our 17th Year Call Joe or Jack at (954) 927-0090 or visit www.LibertySuites.com

REAL ESTATE / SALE KEY WEST BUNGALOW - SOUTH MIDDLE RIVER Charming 3BR/1BA, sits on lushly landscaped lot just steps from Wilton Drive. Huge screened lanai overlooks garden and 150-foot Royal Palm. Peter Cowan Realtor, BH&G FL 1st (954) 234-8365. Virtual Tour available at Realtor.com – MLS 1266462

WILTON MANORS/FT.LAUDERDALE 1BR/1BA Duplex. Terrazzo Floors, Walk In Closet, Updated Kitchen, Large Fenced Yard. Washer/Dryer, Small Pets Ok, Close to Wilton Manor Drive. First and Security, $875.00 Call Robert Geary MacKilligan ONE/Sotheby’s International Realty Cell 954234-8759 rgmsell@aol.com WILTON MANORS/FT. LAUDERDALE 2BR/1BA Duplex, Terrazzo Floors, Oversized Bedroom with its own entrance. Good Closet space, Fenced Backyard, Washer Dryer, Small Pets Ok, Close to Wilton Drive. First and Security, $1150.00. Call Robert Geary MacKilligan ONE/Sotheby’s International Realty Cell 954-234-8769 rgmsell@aol.com

ROOMMATES OAKLAND PARK unfurnished room available August 1st. Professional GWM seeks same. Share bathroom. W/D in unit. Lite kitchen privileges. Non smoker. Must be employed. No pets. Please call (954) 303-5355

RIO VISTA One of a kind! Quiet Key-West like complex in private oasislike setting, rarely available. Beautiful Brazilian cherry wood floors, newer kitchen with granite counter tops, living room overlooks beautiful gardens and common pool. Great Rio Vista location East of U.S. Close to shopping, beach, downtown airport & marina. 2 parking spaces. This hidden gem is a must see! $219,000. Call Joann Marcus 954-940-1244 WATERFRONT HOME!! WILTON MANORS/FT LAUDERDALE !! JUST LIKE A NEW HOME, “Mid Century Marvel” 3BR/2BA, Garage, New Salt Water Pool, Impact Windows /Doors, Completely Open Floor Plan! Chef’s Kitchen!, Master Suite Overlooks the Waterways and your Pool! Only The Best Has Been Incorporated Into This “Zen Home”! Amazing Landscaping with a feeling of Seclusion! 57 Feet Of Waterfront Dockage For Your Watercraft! Offered at $559,990. Call Today for your Private Tour. Virtual Tour Upon Request. Robert Geary MacKilligan ONE/Sotheby’s International Realty Cell 954-234-8759 rgmsell@aol.com

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