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Pop Psychology Neon Trees Singer Tyler Glenn Tells All Neon Trees frontman Tyler Glenn has been a hot topic as of late, following his public coming out – in an interview with Rolling Stones nonetheless. It was a big move for the Mormon singer, who has been struggling to balance his faith and sexuality for a number of years. With the release of the band’s new album, Pop Psychology, Glenn and bandmates are currently on tour in support of the LP. The band will be making a stop here in Fort Lauderdale on May 30, at Revolution Live. Glenn took time out of his schedule to talk with us about Pop Psychology, coming out publicly, and his ideal guy! “Teenage Sounds” houses a particularly jarring line that sticks out: “I’m sick of being called a fag because I’m queer.” Ironically, that song was penned before you came out. Do you still hear a lot of f-bombs now that you’re out? Yeah, I still hear it [when] I’m walking down the street in my small town (Provo, Utah) from someone driving by. The line originally referred to being called a “fag” for the way you look, the way you look, the way you dance. Obviously I was also referring to my sexuality...No one really latched on to [the lyric] really. It was interesting. What was it like coming out to Rolling Stones? Also, how did that come about? I asked my publicist [how I could] come out in a way that wasn’t tweeting. I wanted to do it where I could talk about what I thought, and talk about my point of view. So the magazine did this story, and gave me a lot of space to talk about it. In regards to your sexuality, you’ve said that writing the new album, Pop Psychology, was a cathartic experience for you. Did you attend any therapy sessions prior to writing the album as well? How was writing Pop Psychology different than previous albums? I did. I actually got a therapist. I went to her for six months before I started writing. I would say that the record was really inspired by a lot of the sessions. It’s not everyday you see a band made up of mostly Mormons. I’m curious...Do you guys have a good amount of Mormon fans? I think we do. On twitter I’ve heard from fans that are LDS (Latter Day Saint), especially since we’re from Utah. I don’t know if we’re a “Mormon band” though.

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You were recently on Chelsea Lately. What was that like? I’ve been watching her show since it came out, so for me it was just a trip. I love her sense of humor, so it was just really fun to fire off with one another. It was cool. You might get this a lot but I have to ask: What does your ideal guy look like? I like bears [laughs]. I just like dudes that are guys, I guess? Like guy-guys? I’m not afraid of dudes whose faces maybe aren’t as handsome... Celebrity crush of the moment? It changes all the time. I mean, I liked Josh Brolin for a long time. He’s actually very handsome. I guess that would be the most current! Are you excited to be back in sunny South Florida? Florida has great fans. I like that you can stay in the same state but play like three or four different shows. It’s cool. We’re sure Tyler will have a blast down here. After all, we do have bears for days. Neon Trees will be playing at Revolution Live on May 30 at 8:30 p.m. For tickets and additional information, visit Revolution Live at jointherevolution.net.

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

oHonduran-born comedian Carlos Mencia tackles topics as diverse as everyday hypocrisies, absurdities, ethnic stereotypes, race relations, immigration, war, patriotism, capitalism, pop culture, current events and family. Carlos is best known for his wellreceived Comedy Central show, Mind of Mencia. Despite some rather unfortunate public relations moments (including backlash after his inappropriate joke: “I’m glad Hurricane Katrina happened. It taught us black people can’t swim”), Mencia has maintained a successful career as a comedian. Tonight he performs popular material at the Palm Beach Improv. 8 p.m. Palm Beach Improv. 550 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach, 33401.

oThe classic novel and Academy award winning film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is given the stage treatment by local Andrew Living Arts Studio. Dale Wasserman’s adaptation of Ken Kesey’s breakthrough novel concerns the action of the residents at a “loony bin” in the 1960’s. The stern and vindictive Nurse Ratched is a camp-friendly nightmare, at odds with new patient “misfit” Randal McMurphy, who awakens both the staff and the other residents. Written in 1962 between the Korean and Vietnam War, the play reflects a time when poets, singers and artists united in opposition against social injustices. The play is also noteworthy for heralding Native American rights, symbolized by the mute Native American resident who finally speaks. 7:30 p.m. Andrews Living Arts Studio. 23 NW Fifth St, Fort Lauderdale, 33301.

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____________________ ____________________ 5/24 Friday 5/23 Saturday oDespite Conrad Murray’s best efforts, Michael Jackson has remained “immortal”—at least metaphorically speaking. Cirque du Soleil’s tribute to the king of pop reinforces our culture’s renewed interest in Mr. Jackson (recently, he released a “new” single). This unique show combines Michael Jackson’s legendary music with the world-famous choreography of Cirque du Soleil. It features 49 international dancers, musicians, and acrobats— presented in rock concert format. Michael Jackson’s unparalleled music and Cirque du Soleil’s masterful performances make for an explosive and creative spectacular. 8 p.m. BB&T Center. 2555 NW 136th Ave, Sunrise, 33323.

oThinking Cap Theatre is a non-profit, Fort Lauderdale-based theatre company devoted to presenting experimental, provocative, and sociallyconscious plays. Their newest play, “hot dog” (the lower caps on purpose), follows their dogma of presenting works that depict a range of identities more reflective of today’s society. Hot dog concerns the giving and receiving of care. Dog lives next door to her daughter Maryanne and son-in-law Michael. When Maryann tires of caring for the feisty and stubborn Dog, she fetches her sister Carol for help. The play is experimental, and absurdist, in the style of Edward Albee and Samuel Beckett. 8 p.m. NSU Gallery 217, Performing and Visual Arts Wing. 3301 College Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 33314. THE WEEK continues on page 47

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THE WEEK ____________________ ____________________ Sunday

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oThe May Fort Lauderdale Tea Cruise takes place on Memorial Day Weekend. In remembrance of all the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces, dancers from Boardwalk and Johnny’s will entertain cruise-goers with booty shaking, possible twerking, and seductive dancing. Kitty Meow hosts and DJ Greyson Jubilee keeps the party spinning. An after party at Johnny’s (with no cover and $1.00 drinks) means that this event can last until the wee hours of the night. Of course, red, white and blue speedo attire is highly recommended. Boarding from 5-5:30 p.m. for the cruise, which concludes at 9 p.m. 540 SE 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 33301.

oSome of the best aspects of Memorial Day weekend include rousing patriotic hymns. A Souza anyone? What about different variations of The Star Spangled Banner? Mizner Park will be hosting a Memorial Day concert in honor of the fallen soldiers throughout America’s history. The Indian River Pops, Robert Sharon Chorale, and New Gardens Band play different orchestral music conducted by Owen Seward. 7 p.m. Mizner Park Amphitheater. 590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 33432.

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Everybody Drinks the Same Water o13th century Spain is hardly the focus of many plays, but with “Everybody Drinks the Same Water,” Miami Theater Center grapples with this intriguing setting. An all-local cast of veteran actors and newcomers perform in this murder mystery. The plot follows three teenagers of different faiths who decide to work together to figure out who poisoned the public water supply. Add to the mix inter-religious flirtations with potentially fatal consequences, and you get an engaging look at the past that also teaches a number of powerful lessons relating to the present. 10 a.m. Miami Theater Center. 9806 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Shores, 33138.

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Evita

White Fort Lauderdale Deborah Cox will perform at The Manor on Sunday, May 25, 2014. If you’re a fan, be sure to get there as early as possible as this annual event will definitely sell out! See and be seen at this Memorial Day weekend White Party in Wilton Manors, and don’t forget to dress to impress. Red carpet starts at 10 p.m. The host is Elaine Lancaster, with performance by Kitty Meow. At The Manor: 2345 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors. 954-626-0082. For more information, go to themanorcomplex.com

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oBest known in the gay community for being the only watchable Madonna movie, Evita also started the career of another gay icon: Patti Lupone. The musical centers around the rags-to-riches story of Eva Peron—a once radio host turned First Lady. Famous in Argentina for her philanthropy, Evita died at an early age, solidifying her legacy as a saint to the Argentinian people. The Andrew Lloyd Weber penned music has become a cultural staple (Don’t Cry for me Argentina, High-Flying Adored). The musical has been performed often, with a recent popular revival on Broadway. Bring tissues for the melodramatic second act. 8 p.m. Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. 1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, 33132.

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How to Eat Like a Local When Traveling by

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When it comes to dining on vacation, travelers tend to fall into two categories; those that play it safe and familiar and those more adventurous folks who want to sample all the local delicacies. If you’re one of those people that likes safe and familiar, stop reading and go download the list of KFC stores worldwide. If you want a bit of adventure in your dining, read on. Spring rolls can be found in most Asian cuisines, but in Vietnam it is almost the official national dish. Try nem nuong cuon, grilled pork sausage wrapped in rice paper with lettuce, cucumber, carrot, daikon and mint, the most popular version (be sure to try the accompanying sauce, usually a house specialty). Chao tom cuon, switches out cold shrimp for the pork sausage. Both can usually be had at food carts as well as practically every restaurant in the country. They’re a favorite late night treat among locals. In the Balkans they may not agree on much, but cevapcici is a favorite that crosses all borders. Depending on where you are, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia or Montenegro, it may be made with pork, lamb, beef or a combination of the three. Ground meat is combined with onions and garlic, formed into sausages and then grilled, boiled or fried and served with bread, often home-baked, to make sandwiches. The condiment of choice is ajvar, a roasted red pepper and olive oil spread. Most Americans think of Italy when they order gnocchi. However, in Uruguay, the dish is so popular that the 29th of each month is known as “Dia de Noquis,” or Gnocchi Day. The custom derives

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from the fact that at the end of the month money has often run out, and the combination of potatoes, flour and an egg makes for a budget-friendly dish. Many Uruguayan restaurants offer a variety of gnocchi dishes with the classic, noqui de papa, or potato gnocchi, being the favorite. Fancier versions are flavored with cheese, tomatoes, spinach or even seafood. By now, everyone has heard of tapas, the Spanish “small plates” menu. Meze (also spelled mezze), is the Middle East/Mediterranean take on the same idea. Depending on where you are, a meze platter could include labne (strained yogurt cheese), baba ghanoush (seasoned diced eggplant), muhammara (a hot pepper dip with breadcrumbs, garlic, salt, lemon juice and olive oil) or tabbouleh (bulgur, finely chopped parsley, mint, tomato, scallions, lemon juice and olive oil). Stuffed grape leaves, filled with rice or a combination of rice and lamb, are usually included in the platter. Eat it all with warm pita bread. The traditional Quebecois dish poutine is made with French fries, brown gravy and cheese curds. There have been bastardized versions popularized around the world; such as “disco fries” or even KFC’s mashed potato-version. Poutine is currently the trending dish in the restaurant industry and you’ll find versions including meat, caramelized onions and assorted vegetables. However, nothing beats the original and the key is fresh cheese curds (you know they’re fresh when they “squeak” when bitten) and homemade gravy. Chile is one of the world’s top avocado producguymagtube


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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*** 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

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

PEST CONTROL GOT ANTS? ALOHA BUGS INC. FULL SERVICE PEST CONTROL Ant Specialist, White Fly, Lawn Spraying. Serving your Community for over 20 Years. (954) 920-BUGS (2847)

PET SITTING/WALKING

CLEANING SERVICES

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

EMPLOYMENT

RENTING FURNISHED ROOM IN BEAUTIFUL NEW MASSAGE STUDIO located in the heart of Wilton Manors business district. Sink in room. Brand new massage table. Shower available. Creative ways to make it possible and affordable. Contact Tom at 954-295-7041 or tom@5pointsmassage.com

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

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 assignments available now for those seeking extra hours or a transition. Fax documents to 954-728-9522 or email ernest@EmeraldEliteHomeHealth.com to request an appointment for any weekday between 2p and 4p. NEW YORK GRILLED CHEESE seeking kitchen staff, cashiers and food runners. Apply in person at 2207 Wilton Drive.

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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 PAUL A. LAFLAMME, MDIV, MA, LPC-SPIRITUAL LIFE COACH. Are you looking for a friendly, supportive, non-judgmental place to discuss your personal issues? Call Paul at (954)-591-1112

EXPERIENCED RETAIL SALES HELP WANTED: Mixed men’s wear is looking for experienced sales associates. Call for more information: 954566-9166

LICENSED MASSAGE

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MOVING / STORAGE

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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DOMINANT DADDY SEEKS SUBMISSIVE MATE Tired of living a hit & miss lifestyle, and want a would want a special & fulfilling lifestyle? Keep reading. I’m 60-plus, sexy, fun-loving, outdoorsman. Divorced dominate daddy. You must be able to relocate to a very nice & private home in a gated community near disney & legoland. Here’s what i’m seeking. Beefy, well-built, very macho looking/acting maco = very hairy chest/legs. Exhibitionist for sure, w/6-8” cut. Likes the beach, woods, cooking, bbq, and being domestic in your new home. Gay resorts & casinos too. Must be dd free, a great sense of humor, affectionate, massage, & kinky. Most important, obedient, honesty, integrity, and want and need a sexy, funloving daddy/master. Serious/upbeat only need apply. Pictures required. Call daddy @ 239-850-7667

ACCOMODATIONS

PERFECT RELOCATION RENTALS 4 WEEK+ SPECIAL FROM $395/ WEEK Award Winning Gay Apartment Hotel. All the comforts of home. Beautifully Furnished & Full Equipped Studio, 1 & 2 BR Apartments with Full Kitchen. All Men, Clothing optional heated pool, laundry, private parking. Dania Beach location Central to Haulover Nude Beach & Wilton Manors. Incl. Wi-Fi, utilities, cable, tel. Gay Owned & Operated. Longerterm Monthly rates available for 3 months+ Stays. Pets Always Welcome. Celebrating Our 17th Year! Call Joe or Jack at (954) 927-0090 or visit www.LibertySuites.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

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WILTON MANORS/FT. LAUDERDALE 1BR apt, tile throughout, washer/ dryer on site, Small 4-unit gay complex, gated. $740, Available now! Drive by and see.1129 NE 5th Terrace. call for showing 954-805-1195 Nick WILTON MANORS-1BR/1BA, 9-Unit gay complex with tropical pool. Tile floors, CA/C & heat. Includes water. $785/mo. 1-Year lease, credit check required. No pets. 954-326-9096 ROYAL PARK NEAR WILTON MANORS. 1BR/1.5 BA, $825-$900/mo. 2BR/2BA, $950-$1150/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. N.E. FT. LAUDERDALE-WILTON MANOR AREA Lovely, IMMACULATE, 1BR/1BA, tile floors, new a/c’s, washer/dryer available, cable ready, water, garbage pest control included, Private patio, gay friendly, NO PETS, please $750. By appointment. (954) 592-3772 OAKLAND PARK, 2BR/2BA Condo. Gated community, first floor location, completely redone w/ a top of the line renovation which includes open wood granite kitchen, & stainless steel applic, new tiled floor throughout, new baths. Great views of a tropical courtyard from your newly tiled screened patio, W/D, newly renovated clubhouse, heated pool, & tennis are right outside your door! F/L/S $1375.00 Robert Geary MacKilligan “Get The Right Rental With Robert “Cell 954-234-8759 rgmsell@aol.com LAS OLAS. 2BD/1BA apartment in the desirable Las Olas area of Fort Lauderdale. Newly remodeled with: hardwood floors, stove, new refrigerator, new windows and AC. Unit is entire upstairs of two-story building. Convenient to downtown, ocean, and Wilton Manors. Lease is $1495 per month. First month, security, and approved credit/background check

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