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MIKEY AND LG OF BODYTEK SURROUND LAST YEAR’S “BLISS GUY” HARDY HILL, FROM MIAMI SOCIAL, SPORTING THE LATEST MEN’S FASHION

BLISS SPA EVENT @ THE W HOTEL, FORT LAUDERDALE

COLE BURKETT, THE NEWLYCROWNED “BLISS GUY” GOTTA LOVE THOSE BABY BLUES

A GROUP OF SOME OF THE MEN AT BLISS. guy THEY magazineKNOW THEY’RE HOT!

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TOM STRUTS HIS STUFF ON THE RUNWAY. CAN YOU SAY, “YUM”?


AT BILLS, SANDY, JAY, AND JOEL SPORTING THREE SHADES OF GRAY

MISTY LOVES THE HOT DANCERS AT BOARDWALK WITH A SIDE OF HOT SAUCE!

AT MATTY’S, OSCAR, LEVAR, STEPHEN, AND RAY LOVE TO FLIRT

BOARDWALK’S RICKY SHOWS US HIS MOVES

MATTY’S NEWEST BARTENDER, JULIO, SERVES DRINKS WITH CHARM AND A GREAT SMILE

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The ladies were out in droves at BOOM

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Matty’s on the Drive

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Cocktails for a Cause, a fundraiser benefiting the Broward Children’s Center

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bar guide ALIBI 2266 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oGayborhood tradition since 1997. Comfortable, inviting atmosphere with indoor video bars, outdoor drinking and dining. Drink specials all week, with mammoth 22-ounce Long Island Iced Teas for $3 on Thursdays. BILL’S FILLING STATION 2209 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oVideos, pool tables, dart boards, dance floor, happy hour, live shows, Tuesday and Thursday karaoke – and great burgers to boot. Fun and friendly truck-stop-themed bar, great staff. BOARDWALK 1721 N Andrews Ave Fort Lauderdale oOver 100 of the sexiest men from all over the world. Go-go dancers, cages, billiards, 2-4-1 Happy Hours. Drag em- cees and did we mention the boys? BOOM 2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oThe bar with two names features a dance club and Gayborhood bar. Drag Bingo on Mondays, karaoke Mondays and Tuesdays, dance music Fridays and Saturdays, and (indoor) Sunday T-Dance. CORNER PUB 1915 N Andrews Ave Wilton Manors oFriendly atmosphere, unpretentious clientele and staff. Next to Island City Pizza (so you can get your drink AND your slice on). CUBBY HOLE 823 N Federal Hwy Fort Lauderdale oButch bar and grill with a rockin’ daytime crowd (and a fun nighttime one, too). Fiftycent pool, 2-for-1 drinks all day every day, video games, hot movies on HDTV and DirecTV. Thursdays it’s Bare Bear Chest Night, and every Friday and Saturday, the fur flies with Hot Bears on Poles (where the Grizzlies Grind)! DEPOT CABANA BAR AND GRILL 2935 N Federal Hwy Fort Lauderdale oAdjacent to the America’s Best Inn and Suites. Pool open daily - No Cover or Day Pass. Great food, daily happy hour, Sunday afternoon T-Dance Poolside. Karaoke and live music. Open daily at 11:30 a.m. DUDES 3270 NE 33rd St Fort Lauderdale oMen dancing for men. Hot go-go boys in an

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upscale atmosphere, piano lounge for more quiet interludes. Steamy shower shows. JOHNNY’S 1116 W Broward Blvd Fort Lauderdale oClub, bar, lounge. Male dancers and the men who love (to ogle) them. Sunday amateur strip contest (and karaoke!). LIPS 1421 E Oakland Park Blvd Oakland Park oThe Ultimate in Drag Dining. Dinner and shows six nights a week. Sunday Gospel Brunch with the Sisters of Sequins. THE MANOR 2345 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oWeHo vibe (think: LA’s The Abbey) in the heart of the Gayborhood. Dine, drink, dance, play, mingle. Theme rooms (salsa and merengue every weekend in the Latin Quarter!). Live dancing and dining. MATTY’S ON THE DRIVE 2426 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oDrink specials, billiards, and a chill gayborhood vibe. 75 cent drinks on Wednesdays. No Drama, No Smoking. MONKEY BUSINESS 2740 N Andrews Ave Fort Lauderdale oCozy neighborhood bar. Karaoke, drags shows, Patio Bar and open at 9 a.m. daily. MONA’S 502 E Sunrise Blvd Fort Lauderdale oCocktail Lounge in the heart of Searstown. Fun customers, fun bartenders and fun proprietor (the Legendary Jerry). Outside patio. Wednesday karaoke, Thursday Speedball Tournament. NAKED GRAPE 2163 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oRelaxing, friendly, hip, unique. The alternative gathering place on Wilton Dr. Now serving tapas nightly. Social Hour features $5 house wine glasses, $1 Barcelona Bites, and In The Biz all the time. RAMROD 1508 NE 4th Ave Fort Lauderdale oVoted World’s Favorite Leather Bar. Pig Dance first Saturday of the month – South Florida’s Busiest, Craziest Monthly Party (with caged hunks at midnight on Saturdays – Is there a downside to this?).

ROSIE’S BAR & GRILL 2449 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oNexus of the A-Gay List. Be Seen in the Scene (without making one). Food, folks, libations, and a killer Sunday Funday. SCANDALS SALOON 3073 NE 6th Ave Wilton Manors oA line-dancin’, tight blue jeans-wearin’ good time. Country and western music, two-steppin’, three-steppin’, pool tables, and themed events year ‘round. Cowboys and Indians was never this much fun, Pilgrim. SIDELINES 2031 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors oWhere sports come first. Nationally known destination sports bar with TVs streaming NFL, MLB, NBA and college games. Pool tables, dart boards and large indoor (and now smoke-free) facility. Outdoor patio features area for smokers. Mixed crowd of gay men and women (who would have thought?). Featured in Bloomberg Businessweek and recommended by LOGO. SLAMMER 321 W Sunrise Blvd Fort Lauderdale oPrivate Men’s Club. Pay cover, then uncover. Monday In the Biz, Thursday Leather Nights. They bring the party (and the mattresses), you bring the booze. SMARTY PANTS 2400 E Oakland Park Blvd Fort Lauderdale oCozy neighborhood bar with daily happy hour, and regular patrons. Show night Thursdays at 9 p.m. Karaoke Friday and Saturday nights, with matinee on Sunday afternoon. THE STABLE 205 E Oakland Park Blvd Fort Lauderdale oLevis-and-leather neighborhood bar, where the bears line dance and the cowboys are VERY friendly. TORPEDO 2829 W Broward Blvd Fort Lauderdale oDance, shoot pool, drink til 4 a.m., 7 nights a week. Doors open at midnight; dance til dawn. WILTON’S BIER GARDEN 2245 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o German cuisine meets Der Gayborhood, in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Upstairs dining, downstairs outdoor patio and bar, DJ music, and a fun staff make one of Wilton Manors’ newest venues a good time to be had by all.


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bar guide CLUB SUGAR 2301 SW 32nd Ave Miami oGay Latin scene, with Salsa, Merengue, Reggaeton, Hip Hop and House music always playing. DISCOTEKKA 950 NE 2nd Ave Miami oHot music, hot scene, hot bartenders, and hot patrons in the hot heart of Downtown Miami. JOHNNY’S MIAMI 63 NE 14th Street Downtown Miami oThe second location of the infamous Club, bar, lounge. Male dancers and the men who love (to ogle) them. Multiple weekly events including Latin Thursdays and Drag Queen Mondays and no cover. MOVA LOUNGE 1625 Michigan Ave Miami Beach oOn Miami Beach’s famed Lincoln Road, never

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a cover. Drink specials all week long, live DJs, high energy music and a fun crowd getting their dance on til late. PALACE BAR 1200 Ocean Drive Miami Beach oThis bar and restaurant in the heart of South Beach’s Art Deco District. Mouth- watering burgers, boys (and girls!). Weekend cabaret shows Thursday through Sunday. SCORE 727 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach oDance, drink, party all night on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road. Tons of events throughout the year, including fundraisers for Winter Party, White Party, and Miami Beach Gay Pride. SPACE 34 NE 11th St Miami oMingle and mix with gays and str8s in the heart of Downtown Miami. Indoor dance floors and outdoor rooftop bar, spectacular light show.

SWINGING RICHARDS 17450 Biscayne Blvd N Miami oThe only gay strip club in Southern Florida to offer FULLY NUDE dancers. Smokin’ hot dancers all week long. TWIST 1057 Washington Ave Miami Beach oGreat music, friendly staff, hot tourists and locals. Never a cover, always a groove. Bungalow Bar = Hot Men. In SoBe’s Art Deco District. VLADA LOUNGE 3215 NE 2nd Ave Miami oUrban, sophisticated and chic in Midtown Miami with a bar that ices over. New York pedigree meets Miami attitude. Nightly DJs, never a cover.


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happy hours BILL’S FILLING STATION 2209 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Happy Hour half-off drink prices from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, with an additional halfprice “Bear Necessities” Happy Hour on Friday nights from Midnight to close. BOARDWALK 1721 N Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale o Happy Hour from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily, with 2-4-1 mixed drinks and brew. BOOM 2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Half-priced drink Happy Hours Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., as well as $7 premium martinis all day long. CORNER PUB 1915 N Andrews Ave. Wilton Manors o Seven-day Happy Hour from 11 a.m. til 9:30 p.m., with $1.75 domestic drafts, $2.50 domestic bottles, $2.75 imports, $2.50 well drinks, $2.75 calls, $3 premiums, and $4.75 Jaeger shots. CUBBY HOLE 823 N Federal Hwy. Fort Lauderdale) o Happy Hour with 2-4-1 drinks all day every day. The Depot Cabana Bar and Grill (2935 N Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale): Happy Hour features halfprice drinks, Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. til 8 p.m. DUDES ON THE BEACH 3270 NE 33rd St. Fort Lauderdale o Happy Hour features a seven day a week 2-4-1 special from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. GEORGIE’S ALIBI 2266 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o 2-4-1 Happy Hour Monday through Friday.

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JOHNNY’S CLUB, BAR, AND LOUNGE 1116 W Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale o Happy Hour runs seven days, Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., with varying drink specials depending the day, and discounted drinks starting at $4. THE MANOR RESTAURANT AND NIGHTCLUB 2345 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Happy Hour Wednesday through Friday from open ‘til 9 p.m., 2-4-1 drinks and $5 tapas. MATTY’S ON THE DRIVE 2426 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o 2-4-1 Happy Hour Monday through Saturday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., and a drink chip that’s good through 10 p.m.! MONA’S COCKTAIL LOUNGE (next to Lisa’s Backyard) 502 E Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale o Happy Hour is celebrated seven days a week from noon till 9 p.m., with $2.50 domestic beers and well drinks, and $1.25 drafts. MONKEY BUSINESS 2740 N Andrews Ave. Wilton Manors o Happy Hour runs through 9 p.m., seven days, with drinks specials that average about $1-$1.50 off per mixed drink or brew. NAKED GRAPE WINE BAR 2163 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o “Social Hour” from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., with $5 glasses of house wine, and $1 Barcelona Bites. On Thursdays, buy one flat bread or panini, get one 1/2 price.


Olympic-Sized Special Games of the XXX Olympiad:

LONDON 2012 UNZIPPED By CLIFF DUNN

The 2012 Summer Olympics begins Friday, July 27, and ends Sunday, August 12.

DAVID BECKHAM LIGHTS THE OLYMPIC FLAME, MAY 18, IN CORNWALL, UK

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total cast of 15,000 will take part in the London 2012 Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Scheduled entertainers include Russell Brand, who is set to perform a comedy version of the Sex Pistols’ “Pretty Vacant,” as well The Beatles’ “I Am The Walrus.” Kookoo-ka-choo. Live musical performances are scheduled to include Queen—which will perform “We Will Rock You” with Jessie J. and its late lead singer, Freddie Mercury, who will appear as a digital projection—Take That, Annie Lennox, George Michael, The Kinks’ Ray Davies, The Pet Shop Boys, and 1980s British ska band Madness, which will perform their hit “Our House”–a song that rocked Buckingham Palace–and, we hope, Her Majesty—last month during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee extravaganza. A tribute to British fashion will feature supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Stella Tennant, Lily Cole, and Georgia Jagger. MILITARY DADDY ALERT: 160 of Her Majesty’s Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards—also known as the Coldstream Guards—will march in a military-rendition of “Park Life,” by the band Blur. The Coldstream Guards is the oldest regiment in the British Regular Army in continuous active service, originating in Scotland in 1650.

The Opening Ceremony showcases the best that the Host Nation has to offer. It features a parade of the competing nations, and the highly-anticipated entrance of the Olympic Flame, which is passed through the athletes to the final Torchbearer, who ceremoniously lights the Cauldron, signaling the start of the Games. The Flame will continue to burn for the entirety of London 2012. The Parade of Athletes features a procession of 10,000 athletes, representing the 204 nations that are competing in the 2012 Games. (Teams enter in alphabetical order, according to the language of the Host Country—except for the Greek team, which enters first for the Olympics, and the team of the Host Nation, in this case, Team Great Britain, which marches in last.) Once the Games have been declared open, the Olympic Anthem will be played, and the Olympic Flag will be unfurled horizontally, carried into the Stadium, and flown from its place of prominence and honor. A member of Team Great Britain will intone the words of the Olympic Oath. The athlete—holding a corner of the Olympic Flag in his left hand, and raising his right hand—will say, “In the name of all the competitors, I promise that we shall take part in these Olympic Games, respecting and abiding by the rules which govern them, committing ourselves to a sport without doping and without drugs, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and the honor of our teams.” NBC plans to stream all 32 sports events live online, at nbcolympics.com. Continued on Page 29

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happy hours PINCHÉ TAQUERIA 2045 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o A NYC-by-way-of-Tijuana-transplant, offering great outdoor atmosphere and a daily 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Happy Hour with $4 well drinks, $5 Pinché margaritas, and $20 margarita pitchers, as well as half-priced appetizers from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. PJ’S CORNER POCKET 924 N Flagler Drive Fort Lauderdale o Monday through Friday Happy Hour with $1 off every drink, as well as an everyday five 7 oz. Bud Lights for $5 special. RAMROD 1508 NE 4th Ave. Fort Lauderdale o Fort Lauderdale’s oldest gay bar under the same ownership, a leather, Levis, and uniform bar with hot men and a 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily 2-4-1 Happy Hour (weekends included!). RODEO RESTAURANT AND BAR 2033 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Select Happy Hour specials menu: 50% off bottles of wine, Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; half-price martinis on Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Thursday Ladies Nights, with half-price well drinks, beer, and wine glasses. ROSIE’S BAR & GRILL 2249 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Happy Hour Mondays through Fridays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with half-priced premium well, beer, and house wines and $1 off all other cocktails (excluding premium wines). SCANDALS SALOON 3073 NE 6th Ave. Wilton Manors o Happy Hour at the main bar that runs Monday through Saturday from noon to 9 p.m., with $1-to-$2 drink special discounts, depending on what beverages you’re enjoying. All-day Happy Hour on Sundays.

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SIDELINES SPORTS BAR 2031-A Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Happy Hour runs daily—for the first time!—from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. with half-price drinks (the other popular Gayborhood-variation on the split-level-drink-price), followed by a back-half Happy Hour from Midnight-toclose, also with (according to their Web site) half-price libations. SMARTY PANTS 3038 N Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale o Happy Hour seven days a week, starting at 9 a.m. and continuing through 8 p.m., with daily specials and discounts off their low drink prices. THE STABLE COUNTRY WESTERN BAR 205 E Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale o Happy Hour Monday through Thursday 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday through Sunday, noon through 9 p.m., with at least $1 off their regular prices on libations.

TROPICS 2000 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Happy Hour starts at 4 p.m. and runs through 9 p.m., Monday through Friday. Drinks are two-for-theprice-of-one (hereinafter, 2-4-1). WILTON’S BIER GARDEN 2245 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors o Happy Hour including 2-4-1 domestic draft beer, 2-4-1 well drinks, and 2-4-1 Coastal Vines house wine selections.


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OLYMPIC-SIZED COMPETITORS BUY THE NUMBERS Continued from Page 27

Keep your eye on these athletes while they keep their eyes on the Gold:

Olympics Tickets Will Generate Over $1 Billion in Revenue. ATTENDEES 16 years old and younger PAY THEIR AGE in British Pounds for a Ticket. $457: $31: $232: $698: $3,119:

“Premium” Ticketholders Enjoy a Four-Course Lunch, Champagne Reception, and Open Bar at the $11.6 Million London 2012 Hospitality Pavillion. Opening Session Table Tennis Ticket. Equestrian Jumping Finals Ticket. Men’s Gymnastics Finals Ticket

LeBron James, 27 (Basketball) The Miami Heat guard/forward was the number one NBA draft Opening and Closing Ceremonies Ticket pick in 2003 at the age of 18. With his help, the U.S. 2/3 …of all unsold Tickets are for Soccer. took home the gold at the 2008 Beijing Games. $31,000 …fine for Criminal Scalping and Price Gouging. 7 MILLION …Number of Tickets sold as of last week. Missy Franklin, 17 (Swimming) The first-time Olympian broke the American record during the 2012 U.S. Swim Trials. Katie Hoff, 22 (Swimming) Known as the “female Michael Phelps,” she won gold at the 2011 World Aquatic Championships, and medals in 2004 in Athens and MISSY FRANKLIN in 2008 in Beijing. (SWIMMING) Ryan Lochte, 27 (Swimming) STEVEN Six-time Olympic medalist— LOPEZ (TAEKWONDO) specializing in the backstroke and individual medley—won MICHAEL PHELPS the World Swimmer of the Year (SWIMMING) KATIE HOFF Award, and American Swimmer (SWIMMING) of the Year twice. Michael Phelps, 26 (Swimming) 14-time TYSON Olympic gold medalist and one of the most GAY (TRACK & FIELD) successful athletes in the 2004 and 2008 Games. London 2012 is likely be his last Olympics. Rebecca Soni, 25 (Swimming) A three-time Serena Williams, 30 (Tennis) She dominated Olympic medalist, she holds the world record for the Wimbledon this year, and she and sister, Venus, 100m and the 200m breast stroke (short course). are likely to score big in Jolly Old England. Terrence Jones, 25 (Taekwondo) He defeated Tyson Gay, 30 (Track and Field) The former reigning Olympic silver-medalist Mark Lopez world record-holder in the men’s 100m sprint— during trials, earning a place on the U.S. team. before Usain Bolt broke it—he is a three-time Steven Lopez, 23 (Taekwondo) Two- winner at the World Outdoor Championships, time Olympic gold medalist, he is also the but has never won an Olympic event. first Taekwondo fighter to win five world Ryan Hall, 29 (Track and Field) The first championships, learning the sport in his garage American runner to break one-hour in the halfwhen he was 5 years old. Siblings Mark, Diana, marathon, he posted the fastest marathon and Jean are also Olympians, and were team- time—ever—by an American during the Boston mates at the 2008 Beijing Games. Marathon. Continued on Page 31

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happy hours JOHNNY’S MIAMI 62 NE 14th St. Miami o $5 drinks all night, Wednesday through Sundays. PALACE BAR & GRILL 1200 Ocean Drive Miami Beach o Friday Happy Hour from 5-9 p.m. MAGNUM LOUNGE 709 NE 79th St. Miami Happy Hour 5 p.m.-8 p.m. with $4 margaritas and drink specials every night of the week. TWIST 1057 Washington Ave. Miami Beach o Happy Hour 2-for-1 drink specials Friday through Wednesday, 1 p.m.-9 p.m. and all day Thursday. Eat and be merry with a free barbeque on Fridays and Sundays, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

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MOVA LOUNGE 1625 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach o Thursdays $4 Miller Lites and $6 Finlandia Vodka. Friday Happy Hour runs 6 p.m.-9 p.m. with half-priced cocktails. DISCOTEKKA 950 NE 2nd Ave. Miami o Sunday nights with “Drag’s a Bitch” and $3 Bud Lights and $5 well drinks. VLADA LOUNGE 3215 NE 2nd Ave. Miami o Daily Happy Hour two-for-one specials, 4 p.m.-8 p.m.


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...and other international stars who are likely to shine: AUSTRALIA: Matthew Mitcham, 24 (Diving) The openly-gay—and openly-hot—Mitcham is a 2008 Olympic gold medalist, and the first Australian to win a gold medal in diving since 1924. Johnson & Johnson’s Athlete Family Support Program sponsored Mitcham’s boyfriend to attend the 2008 Beijing Games. (And did I mention that smile?) CHINA: Du Li, 30 (Shooting) She and sports-shooter husband, Pang Wei, have a house full of medals. True story: on opening day of the 2008 Beijing Games, Du Li gave birth to their son. FRANCE: Teddy Riner, 23 (Judo) Also known as “Teddy Bear,” the 6’8”, 306-pound Judo champ is the first judoka to have won five world titles. Although he brought home the bronze in the 2008 Beijing Games, he has yet to touch the Olympic gold. GERMANY: Peter Joppich, 29 (Fencing) Considered among the world’s best foil fencers, he won his first world championship when he was 21. GREAT BRITAIN: Tom Daley, 17 (Diving) Daley was 13 years old when he became the youngest competitor to participate in a final, representing Britain at the 2008 Beijing Games. He started diving at 7, and won the 2009 FINA World Championship at 15, followed by two gold medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. IRAN: Sara Khoshjamal Fekri, 24 (Taekwondo) The first Iranian woman to qualify and compete in the Olympics for taekwondo. JAMAICA: Usain Bolt, 25 (Track and Field) “Lightning” Bolt is—without question—the fastest man in the world. A five-time World and three-time Olympic gold medalist, he holds the current record for the 100 and 200 meter races. JAPAN: Kohei Uchimura, 23 (Gymnastics) The Olympic silver medalist made history in October 2011, becoming the first gymnast to win three consecutive all-around world titles. As they say in Japanese, 熱い! (“Hot!”) RUSSIA: Ekaterina Gamova, 31 (Volleyball) At 6’8,” Gamova is one of the world’s tallest female athletes. She is also the world’s highest-paid female volleyball player, playing the net for as much as 1.5 million Euros.

TEDDY RINER

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MATTHEW MITCHAM

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USAIN BOLT

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EKATERINA GAMOVA

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DU LI

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KOHEI UCHIMURA

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PETER JOPPICH

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SCOTLAND: Christopher Hoy, 35 (Track Cycling) Make that “Sir” Chris (the Scottish-born Hoy was knighted in 2009). A three-gold-medal-winner at the 2008 Beijing Games, he is the first Brit to win three gold medals in a single Olympic game since 1908, and the most successful Olympic male cyclist of all time. SOUTH KOREA: Im Dong-Hyun, 25 (Archery) His eyesight—20/200!—is so bad, that he’s considered legally blind, but he is widely held to be the world’s best archer. A two-time Olympic gold medalist (2004 Athens, 2008 Beijing) who does not wear corrective glasses or contacts during competition, and has refused offers of free eye surgery to improve his vision, he will attempt to earn his third Olympic gold medal in London. Continued on Page 33

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THE ROAD TO RIO Continued from Page 31

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he London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony on August 12 will include a Handover of the Olympic Flag by London Mayor Boris Johnson to Mayor Eduardo Paes of Rio de Janeiro, the host city of the 2016 Summer Olympics. At the Closing Ceremony, the 10,000 competing athletes march together, instead of by nationality, a tradition that began at the Melbourne 1956 Olympic Games as a way to bring the athletes of the world together as “one global nation.” Three national flags are hoisted, to the accompaniment of the respective national anthems: the flag of Greece to honor the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games, the flag of the Host Nation (Great Britain), and the flag of the country hosting the next Summer Olympic Games (Brazil). Following the parade of athletes, the Victory Ceremony will feature highlights footage of the previous two weeks’ events. Tickets to the closing ceremony are still available—with prices in the $2,282, $1,513, and $996 range, for an event its producer describes as “the biggest after-show party – the show being the sport.”

Citius, Altius, Fortius!

PARADE OF ATHLETES ATHENS, GREECE 2004

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t’s been 10 years since “Waiting for My Rocket to Come,” the debut album for Jason Mraz, was released. If his latest release, “Love Is A Four Letter Word” (Atlantic) is any indication, Mraz has matured considerably in the time that has passed. Combining his trademark acoustic technique and lyrics skills, with a smooth soul vibe on such tracks as “5/6,” “Frank D. Fixer,” and “The World As I Know It,” Mraz makes it easy to fall in love with the disc’s dozen songs. And the Mraz of old can still be found on tracks like “Living in the Moment” and “Everything Is Sound.” JASON Singer John Mayer MRAZ doesn’t just share the same initials as Jason Mraz—they share a similar musical sensibility, having arrived on our radar around the same time, about a decade ago. Like Mraz, Mayer has matured over time, making the title of his new album, “Born and Raised” (Columbia), particularly applicable. Mayer is almost unrecognizable on the opening track, “Queen of California,” on which he could pass for an Allman Brother (think: Cher’s second hubby). In fact, much of the album has a “rootsy” feel, even “Speak For Me,” on which he sasses, “Now the cover of a Rolling Stone/Ain’t the cover of a Rolling Stone,” while reassuring us he isn’t “mad about it”—a JOHN reference to his infamous MAYER interview for the mag

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MATT KEARNEY that got him into some hot water. Mayer also explores a similar soul-course as Mraz on “Something Like Olivia,” and “Love Is a Verb.” Mat Kearney, whose voice is reminiscent of Coldplay front man Chris Martin, is firmly in Mayer and Mraz’s camp on “Young Love” (Aware/Universal Republic). This is especially true when it comes to matters of the heart, a subject Kearney covers throughout the disc, beginning with “Hey Mama,” and continuing on “Ships In the Night,” the funky “Count on Me” and “She Got the Honey,” and the personal “Rochester,” which he describes as his “father’s story.” Someone who should consider abandoning his hushed vocal style is Joshua Radin: It’s—an affectation, perhaps?—something he’s been working with since his 2006 major-label debut. This voice quality undermines Continued on Page 36


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his songs, something he probably doesn’t want to happen, if he’s even aware of it. Take “Anywhere Your Love Goes,” from his new album, “Underwater” (Mom + Pop). It’s an admirable piece of songwriting which would benefit from a more effusive performance. That’s pretty much the way the rest of the disc goes, which is unfortunate, because Radin is backed by a Who’s Who of musicians (including Benmont Tench, Jim Keltner, Matt Chamberlin and Roger Manning, Jr.), who make the songs sing. Now, if only Radin did the same. Produced by John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants, “Artificial Heart” (Jocoserious) by Jonathan Coulton is proof-positive that bros have a sense of humor. Not quite as funny as Ben Folds at his wittiest, the 18 songs on the disc—including “Sticking It to Myself,” the deceptively-romantic “Today with Your Wife,” “Je Suis Rick Springfield” (sung in French!), the TV theme-song-glossy “Good Morning Tucson,” and the acoustic heartbreak of “Now I Am an Arsonist” (featuring vocals by Suzanne Vega)—may not have you laughing out loud, but they have the power to make you smile.

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hile you’re at it, check out: “Sunset Over Hope Street” (Mercer Street), the latest from Ari Hest, featuring The Wallflowers-esque “How Would I Know;” Seth Walker’s acoustic blues on “Time Can Change” ( s e t h w a l k e r. c o m ) , and Canadian singer/ songwriter Justin Hines’ domestic debut, “Days to Recall” (Decca).

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ormer 1970s sitcom second-fiddle Jimmie Walker (“Good Times”) shocked (?) his dozen-or-so fans last week, when he told CNN that he is against same-sex marriage “on moral grounds.” Admitting that “I’m as much a heathen as anybody,” the 65-year-old “star”— whose most recent work was a cameo role in the 2010 movie “Big Money Rustlas,” and a walk-on in the 2011 Syfy channel movie “Super Shark”—took a parting shot: “The gay lobby is very loud.” Girl, he need to watch one of his big-ass-mouth reruns on TV Land. Know-what-I’m-saying?

. . . D R O W “I’m just a guy in Gainesville, Florida… not some international BONE-SMUGGLER.” Paleontologist Eric Prokopi, after his 70-million-year-old T-Rex skeleton was seized last week by federal agents, who suspect the fossil was illegally collected in Mongolia. He said, “Bone-Smuggler.”

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Adam & Ease By ADAM STRONG

Pass the Sunday Gravy Traditional Italian Sauce to Make You Shout

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have to thank my friend, Carl Marzola—“Don Carlo,” as we like to call him—for reminding me (on Facebook, no less) how much I enjoy making the traditional Sunday “gravy” (as the old school paisans refer to the traditional tomato-and-meat-based sauce that accompanies Italian fare up north). People should recognize that there is a profound difference in the cooking of northern and southern Italy. The cuisine prepared in the north of the “Boot” reflects its geographic origins, just like the heavy, tomato, garlic, and olive oil-based sauces possess the stamp of the hilly badlands of the Mezzogiorno (or “midday” in Italian, and pronounced meddso-jorno), or Southern Italy. It is estimated that between 1880 and 1920, about 4 million Italian immigrants arrived in the U.S. Many sought housing in the older sections of the large northeastern cities in which they settled—places such as Boston, Newark, N.J., Cleveland, and the biggest “Little Italy” of them all, on Manhattan’s Mulberry Street, in New York City. To these often overcrowded, substandard tenements, they brought their old world recipes (and other customs; See: the “Black Hand,” the “Five Families” of Il Cosa Nostra, and similar “cultural oddities”), and a delicious addition it has proved. Most Italian immigrants were employed as laborers, and so their work weeks (all six days) were occupied by back-breaking, physical work. Because of this, Sundays were especially important to Italian-Americans. It was literally a day of rest. Although not all were churchgoing, most Italian families gathered at home on Sunday for a celebration of the abundance they had found in America. For a newly-arrived Italian, the ability to earn ten dollars a week as a brick-layer, a tunnel-rat, or a dockworker meant opportunity beyond anything in

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Naples or Sicily. Not only could he earn a living wage and house his family, he could also feed them— well. This meant that he could afford to feed them MEAT. Long after those first-generation ItalianAmericans had moved off on their own, they continued to gather at “Mom’s house” for Sunday afternoon meals. After World War II, returning Italian-American veterans joined the growing migration to the suburbs, taking with them their “old family recipes,” and assuring that “Mom’s Sunday Gravy” became as much of a staple in North Jersey and on Long Island as it had been around the cramped kitchen table on Mulberry Street. Like an Italian grandmother—or Nonna—stirring her pot of basil on a Brooklyn fire-escape, I love to make cooking Sunday Gravy into an all-day affair, as well as a salute to the many flavorful meats that Mamma loved to simmer in her homemade sauce. Roll up your sleeves, throw on some Frank, Dean, and a little Rosemary Clooney—George’s aunt!—for good measure, pour yourself a nice glass of vino—and let’s make Sunday Gravy. Continued on Page 42

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• 4 lbs of ground beef • 4 lbs of ground veal • 4 lbs of ground pork • 4 pork chops (bone in) • 2 lbs. of Penne Rigate pasta • 1 gigantic yellow onion • 1 head of garlic • 1 fresh batch of basil • 1 batch Fresh parsley • 1 egg • 1 long ring of hot Italian sausage • 4 slices of bread (white or wheat) • 1 cup of milk • 2 cups of grated Pecorino Romano cheese • 1 cup of dry white wine or cooking wine • 3 large (29 oz.) cans of tomato sauce • Extra virgin olive oil • Oregano • Salt • Pepper • Sugar • 4 bottles of wine • 1 loaf of fresh Italian bread

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IT’S A MESSY BUSINESS, PAISAN Mix for 5 minutes, kneading it together into one glorious mass that is evenly blended. Add two tablespoons of olive oil to a large spaghetti pot, and sauté the rest of your onions, garlic, and basil—once more, SLOWLY and medium low, taking care not to burn the garlic. When the onions are translucent, add three cans of tomato sauce. Add half a can of water (for each can—so 1 ½ cans), and use it to rinse the remaining sauce still in the cans. Pour this water into the pot; it will cook off over the next three hours. Sprinkle some oregano into the sauce, and stir in a tablespoon of sugar. Simmer on medium low heat. Pour an inch of oil in the bottom of the sauté pan, and turn oven to medium high. Scorch the oil until it is hot. Shape the meatballs in your hand (whatever size you like, although I like large meatballs). Add them to the scorching hot pan, keeping a little space between each one. If the oil is hot, they will brown quickly on each side. Don’t worry if they’re still undercooked in the middle—they will be cooking for three hours in the sauce. When each side is browned, place the meatballs on paper towels, and add the next batch to the pan (this should happen about three to four times, with four to five meatballs in each batch). When finished, add browned meatballs to the sauce. I always add (bone in) pork chops to my Sunday sauce; they completely


fall apart while cooking in the tomato sauce, and they add a ton of flavor. With the same oil you used for the meatballs, brown the pork chops, remove them from the pan (patting some of the oil with a paper towel), and add them to the sauce. Cook the sausage, and add it to the sauce. Take the pan—which should have little pieces of meatball, pork chop, sausage, onions, etc., dotting the bottom—and put it back onto the stovetop on medium high heat. Add enough white wine to cover the bottom of the pan, and then add a little more. Simmer for a couple of minutes until the alcohol cooks off, and pour the brownish wine gravy into the sauce, stirring it in. Allow the gravy to simmer on low heat for three hours. During the next three hours, the sauce will relinquish a large amount of fat and oil. While it simmers, skim off about 50 to 60 percent of the oil, stirring the rest in for flavor (your own personal taste may require taking out more of the oil, or leaving more of it in). Cook the pasta al dente, which means “to the tooth” in Italian, or cooked so as to be still firm when

it’s bitten—about 10 to 12 minutes. Drain it and transfer it to a big serving plate (we don’t use a bowl for Sunday dinner). Take a fistful of Pecorino Romano cheese, and cover the pasta with it, then toss it a little, to help the gravy adhere to the pasta. Spoon the gravy over the pasta, stirring it in, and covering—but never drenching—the pasta. Sprinkle the dish with parsley and a little more cheese. Place some meat around the outer ring of the serving plate, and take the whole pot of sauce and meat and place that on the dining table. Let your guests decide how much gravy they like, and let them hand-pick their meatballs, sausage, and pork. If you want to go for the whole traditional serving set up, use a red and white checkered tablecloth, or something simple—and set the table with wine, Grappa, and whatever else your guests enjoy. Place several bowls of fruit and berries, along with olives and cheese, and a bowl of olive oil (for dipping the Italian bread). Now everybody—MANGIA!

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Guy Dining By RICHARD DAVID CHAMBERLAIN

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e admit it. We’re an absolute sucker for pupu should actually be spelled “Reuben,” but who’s keeping platters—the kind of nibbles that come sized track—in this case, with dark Bavarian bread. It involves for two or four, and we end up eating all by a deliciously thin-sliced corned beef with aged Swiss ourselves. In some places, these are called “tapas,” but cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing. at the Wilton Bier Garden, that just-on-the-bend dive of Ask for extra dressing, double toasted, and hold your squeals of delight until out of shouting range, lest you merriment and sex appeal, these are called “bites.” The Deutsche Sausage Platter is square in size and embarrass yourself. That, of course, is hard to do at Wilton’s Bier Garden, filling in content, with two German Bratvurst, two Bavarian Weisswurst, and a giant soft pretzel that’s which opened a few months back, and has been an baked to perfection and is pull-apart delicious. The instant hit on the Drive. Special events pack the place on entire temptation comes with sauerkraut (ask for it a regular basis—our favorites being Sunday night’s “Divas heated) and spicy brown mustard for dipping with any on the Drive” starring Amanda Austin, and “Super Mug Thursdays” on the Alfresco Patio. and all of the above. For the It is at times like those that you uninitiated, German Bratvurst Jumbo Hot Dog want to order the Jumbo Hot Dog with is the four-inch long dark w/ Sauerkraut sauerkraut and brown mustard ($7.00). sausage that is made of pork, This masterpiece is a showstopper veal, or beef, depending on the to eat, since it is a tasty foot-long allcity of origin. beef frankfurter with a six-inch sourAs for Weisswurst, it’s the dough roll—giving sausage that’s lighter in color, you six-inches of a result of the spices more than the meal, overhang, and endless and is still typically made of veal or pork. In material for puns and Germany, there’s a saying that Weisswurst comments. should never be allowed to hear the church Fisherman Tuna The Bier Garden bell’s noon chime. Translation: they are made Melt on Artisan Bread also makes a wonderful in the morning and eaten in the morning. tuna melt called the In the Wilton Bier Garden version, they are served all night, church bells not withstanding. And at Fisherman ($8.00), which is layered with light tuna $12 for the platter (that’s supposed to serve two), it’s salad, sliced tomatoes, and Swiss and Provolone cheese, melted to a brown fresco over artisan bread. worth every penny. The real glory of the Wilton Bier Garden is its The bar & grill suggests downing your platter with a bottle of König Ludwig Weissbier Dunkel, a Bavarian selection of 100 bottled beers and 16 draft favorites, Dunkelweizen beer by Schloßbrauerei Kaltenberg with a selection of unique wines from Europe, North brewery, which is always a safe bet where beer is and South America, and Africa, of all places. There are concerned. Ordering it may take some rehearsal, but four rooms in the joint: The aforementioned Alfresco Garden Patio, the WBG Bar, the Sky Terrace Lounge the results are superb. The sandwich selection is quite large, and we and the VIP Video Lounge. Check them all out, and can safely recommend any of the Garden’s specialty remember to tell them Guy Magazine sent you. versions, made on an incredible rye bread. When Wiltons Bier Garden toasted, it has a crunch and texture that delights the 2245 Wilton Drive palette, regardless of what’s stuffed inside. In our Wilton Manors, FL 33305 case, we opted for the Bavarian Ruben ($8.00), which

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By JEFF DORTA

“In Between Men” Hits iTunes “In Between Men,” the popular gay drama series that helped pioneer the ten-minute format when it began broadcasting over the Web last fall, released to iTunes this week. Created by executive producer Quincy Morris, directed by Jennifer Gelfer, and starring Nick Mathews, Ben Pamies, and Chase Coleman, the show follows the lives of friends in New York City living “in between” a gay world whose clichés they don’t relate to, and a straight world they don’t belong.

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hrough wild adventures, racy storylines, joys, and pains, “In Between Men” examines the relationships they share with one another, their colleagues, lovers, and their city. According to Morris, the show offers a more accurate reflection of how the majority of gay men live today. “‘In Between Men’ is not a show about men trying to be straight or denying their sexuality,” he explains. “The characters are proud to love themselves and other men.” Morris contends that while network and cable television have begun introducing more gay characters to popular sitcoms, they continue to represent a narrow view of the community, often painting gay men as the ‘feminine sidekick.’ “Most shows on TV play off the stereotype of gay men being sissies,” he argues. “They don’t represent the fullness of a gay Diaspora that is rich with many types of personalities. Gay men are still men. For many, being gay only means being attracted to other men.” The men of “In Between Men” value their manhood, and project traditional standards of masculinity. They are average guys who choose to not trade their testosterone for estrogen simply because they sleep with other men. Dalton, the lead character, played by Nick Mathews, is a young man at the top of his game. He finds little in common with the superficiality of most guys, and struggles with a lonely love life, wondering if he should settle for Mr. Almost-Right, or hold out for someone better. Jacob, played by Max Rhyser, is the artistic, bisexual character. “Though I don’t personally believe bisexuality is as common as people claim it is, it was important to me to have a bisexual character,” explains Morris. In TV and film, bisexual men are often depicted as villainous

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liars and cheaters: Endangering lives, betraying women and men by engaging in sexual behavior behind their partner’s backs. Morris says he wanted to show that not all bisexual men live like this. Many live very open, free lives, and are committed, loyal partners.  Benjamin Reed, played by Ben Pamies, is the iconic male figure: WHAT gay men want to be—and with WHOM. He is oversexed and promiscuous, but also intelligent and successful. He is a loving friend and family man, whose career ambition outshines even his looks. The character of Dane, played by Chase Coleman, is the mirror opposite of Reed. He is naïve in love, and his penchant for chasing after bad boys gets him in trouble. “Gay men are not taught to love themselves,” says director Gelfer. “They’re often told they should be something else, namely ‘straight’. Dane is a product of that. He is the American dream – blonde, handsome, and a doctor – but he doesn’t allow himself to realize what a catch he really is.” “These are themes everyone, gay and straight, can relate to in life,” notes series creator Morris. “No matter whom we are, what we are, or where we are in life, we’re always someone, somehow and somewhere in between.” iTunes is selling all six episodes of the first season as a 60-minute package, for $4.99. For more information, visit inbetweenmen.com.


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Guy Bytes By DUNCAN ST. THIBAULT

Not Another Business Personal Finance? Stop Laughing, and Card! Start Managing (with A Mint.com)

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f your personal financial management skills are anything like Wall Street’s, we have good news and bad news for you. The bad news is that—unlike, say, Merrill Lynch—you aren’t “Too Big To Fail.” The good news is you probably don’t have 300 million people who hate you, unlike the board members of the aforementioned Wall Street giants. And online management tools can help you get your arms around things—before Congress goes all Subcommittee on your booty. Mint.com from Intuit lets you track, budget, and manage your money all in one place, giving you a chance to see where and what you’re spending, and how you can save. Mint will automatically pull in and categorize your transactions on your bank, credit, loan, and retirement accounts. As the designer says, it’s a safe, secure, and easy to organize your personal finances. The iPhone app gives you a real-time breakdown of your total cash and debt, along with a color-coded budget bar, stats for your cash flow for the month, alerts based on budget thresholds and your total investments. You can synch the app with Web and mobile to enable access to your account from your iPad, iPhone, and the Web. MONEY FOR NOTHIN’: Free for iPhone and iPad.

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lthough today’s Guppy (Gay Urban Professional) has all the cool tools—iPhone, iPad, blah blah blah—to make it in the modern urban environment, one place where tech hasn’t caught up with couture is that Stone Age (meaning, pre-2006) relic—paper business cards. CardMunch (by LinkedIn) digitizes them using the iPhone’s camera, and saves the contact information to your hardware’s address book. Because it is a LinkedIn product, it is closely integrated with that social/business networking site, permitting you to add LinkedIn contacts, and to browse a person’s work history only minutes after you scan his card. HERE, TAKE MY CARD: Free for iPhone and iPad.

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on’t laugh, but I remember when having a pager made me cool, since it meant my Peeps could always get a hold of me (I SAID, don’t laugh). This was, of course, long before social media made it easy for friends—or strangers who think they’re your “friends,” because it says so on Facebook—to know where you are, at any given moment, “checked-in.” Okay, I will try to sound less, I don’t know—cynical? Creeped-out? Scared? Find My Friends lets you easily locate friends and family from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. When a person accepts your friend request, you can “see” their location on a list or map, and they can know yours (privacy controls enable you to set the app to broadcast your location for a limited period of time, or to a select group). Parents will find their own friend in this app, which allows them to set a password on their child’s app to keep them from turning off their location. FIND THIS: Free for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

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Get Your Phone to Stop Treating You Like a Boy (as in, “Here, boy—here, boy”)

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he notification system on your smartphone is a lot like a dog trainer. For the purposes of this metaphor, you are, unfortunately, the dog. Being notified all the time by your Android or iPhone means that you are at the beckand-call of your tech, constantly pulling it out—your phone, I mean—to find out what just happened. If you’ve ever checked your smartphone because you thought it vibrated— and it turned out to be nothing at all—you’ve likely enabled way too many notifications. Set your phone to silent, and check it periodically to determine if there’s anything new you need to know about. If you require notifications as they happen for work reasons, or if you simply prefer to be more in-the-know, cherry-pick your notifications to receive things you consider important, and ignore what you can look at later. This generally means editing each app’s notification settings. It will minimize your distractions through the day, and help you avoid being at the mercy of your hardware. Good boy. Sit.

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t a time when most non-profits are struggling to make ends meet, along comes Matt LaMarianna and a new venture on Wilton Drive—one that is, by all indications, thriving. Boomerangs thrift store, which opened on November 11, 2011—or, 11/11/11, as LaMarianna notes— supports the efforts of pet rescue organizations. “I started in the non-profit work in Boston,” LaMarianna explains. “I had just lost someone to HIV/AIDS, and it was someone very important and special in my life. After his passing, I started helping at the AIDS Action Committee. I got my start at merchandising in the thrift store that was run by the committee.” He had found his calling, but the geography wasn’t a perfect fit. “I really enjoyed the work,” he recalls. “Then, one wintery, blustery Boston day, I decided ‘enough’” with the cold weather. After moving to the warmer climes around Tampa/St. Pete, LaMarianna continues, “I’d heard that Wilton Manors was the place to be if you’re in the LGBT community. I kept passing this one place, and the windows were blacked out, but the place intrigued me. I actually thought that it was part of the Mexican restaurant [Acapulco Lindo] next door, so I kept asking around. My mom left me some money, so I put all that into opening my own 501 (c) (3) [non-profit organization], the Animal Rescue Fund. As you know, all gay men love their pets,” he adds with a smile. “I am sort of like ‘Aunt Bea’ from ‘The Andy Griffith Show.’ Once she left television, she adopted cats galore. I am that way with dogs, so I am sort of the crazy cat lady—except with dogs,” LaMarianna impishly explains. He takes seriously, though, the work he has chosen for himself and for Boomerangs. “‘Boomerang Buddies’ is our inaugural big-adoption event. It’s going to be on Sunday, August 5, from

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10 to 4. The event will raise funds for Lady Luck Pet Rescue, Good Karma Pet Rescue, Stray Aid and Rescue, and, of course Animal Rescue Fund, which is our own organization. I am so excited about having this event. We will have the mobile van for spay and neutering on site that day, and it will be a great way for us to showcase the new store,” LaMarianna adds, with fatherly pride. “This has been a labor of love for me. It’s been my dream-come-true. Facebook has been such an amazing resource for us to spread our message, because you know what it’s like to struggle to find advertising dollars, and with social media, you have an unlimited audience, worldwide.” LaMarianna acknowledges the realworld challenges he and other not-forprofit groups face. “It’s still tough out there, but we are paying the bills, and in this economy, that’s saying something. I would love to find a larger space, but I want to stay on the Drive if I can. It’s so important to have the visual, and to be ‘in the face,’” he notes. His work has paid off, with an eclectic assortment of clothing and merchandise that graces the home of more than one GUY Mag staffer. Boomerangs is located at 2365 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors. For more information, visit theanimalrescuefund.org.


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Overlooking the picturesque town of Provincetown

n 1620, the Mayflower, carrying 100 separatists from England and Holland, landed on the tip of Cape Cod and not--though that poses no problem, since the hotel was anchored just off the shore of what is now Provincetown. positioned on a crest overlooking the harbor and receives It was a brutal November day, as Novembers can be in cooling bay breezes year-round. Rates start under $100 P-Town. Within the week, the Pilgrims decided that the a night. The CastAways restaurant is open for breakfast place was a little too rough and exposed for their needs, and lunch, with the Lobby Piano Bar open nightly at 10 and they continued on to Plymouth Rock, directly across p.m. The Purgatory Leather Dance Bar is in the cellar and appropriately dark and nasty, particularly on Sunday Cape Cod Bay on the mainland. Before they left the tiny tip of Cape Cod, however, nights when there’s always a line for admission. For the ultimate in luxury and she-she-indulgence, they signed the Mayflower Compact, which established the laws that governed this group of religious extremists just across the street is the Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa (82 Bradford St., 877-276-9631) where the who formed the backbone of innkeepers provide working fireplaces, pillowAmerica’s original colonies. topped beds, homecooked breakfasts, and a The village of Provincetown heated pool complete with towel boys and drink was eventually taken over by service. The Bistro at Crowne Point is a highlyPortuguese fisherman who recommended gourmet restaurant, where the found the harbor a perfect views are nearly as splendid as the cuisine. Dress launch point for their daily The CastAways restaurant, up and act the part. fishing runs. And so it remained cute to the last detail For longer stays, contact the legendary girls until the mid-30s, when artists and writers discovered this remote spot, and began its rise at Pied Piper Real Estate (199 Commercial St. # 8, 508487-1528). Our favorites Betty Newman and Phoebe Otis into one of the gayest spots in America. You arrive in Provincetown through Boston are privy to all the choice rentals for a week, month, or throughout the whole season. International Airport, connecting to P-Town The façade of the Crowne Pointe Personalized treatment is the on Cape Air (866-CAPE-AIR), or via high-speed Historic Inn & Spa hallmark here, and you will ferries (carrying people, pets and bicycles, but end up recommending these no cars). Book a seat on Bay State Cruises gals to your friends. They will (877-PT-FERRY), or the slightly slower and be the first to tell you that a cheaper Boston Harbor Cruises (877-SEEbike is the most you’ll ever WHALE) with transportation provided at the need to get around, while airport in Boston to either ferry via water taxi. much of the town’s action From P-Town airport, taxis or shuttles make the quick five-minute haul into the center of the can be reached on foot, walking down the packed main village, where you will find a choice of luxurious guest throughfare—Commercial Street. Next week, we’ll fill you in on all the restaurants, houses, family motels, or the famous Gifford House Inn (9 Carver St., 800-434-0130)—the original hotel which clothing stores, clubs, galleries, cruise spots, and gyms— was the final stop of the stagecoach in 1858, and is still plus the oh-so-special public library, which is a mustin business today. Run by Jim Fosse, The Gifford House visit on anyone’s vacation schedule. Like many things provides straightforward rooms on three floors reached Provincetown, it’s old, it’s colorful, and oh-so-gay. via the original stairs. While all the rooms have private Robert Elias Deaton is a world-traveling epicure baths, ask about AC—some rooms have it, some do who enjoys the finer things in life.

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