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April 3, 2013 #176

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HEALTH PG 53 Bobby Blair Publisher Kevin Hopper Associate Publisher Cliff Dunn Editor George Dauphin Creative Director Contributors Duncan St. Thibault, Tom Bonanti, Andy Kress, Adam Strong, Robert Elias Deaton, Richard David Chamberlain, Justin Jones, Grant James, Alex Vaughn Editorial Photographers Dennis Dean, Stephen Kuttner, Ginger Milligan, TJ Gillespie, Lissa Good Art Department Niki Lopez Graphic Designer Sales Display Advertising sales@guymag.net - 954-380-8563 x2101 Keith Chamlee 954-380-8563 x2111 Joyce Bluestein 954-380-8563 x2113 National Sales Rivendell Media National Ad Representatives 212-242-6863 Display Deadlines Ad Production Request: Wednesday, Noon Camera-Ready Ads: Friday, Noon Classifieds Deadlines Text Ad Placement: Thursday, Noon Classified Display Ad Production/Placement Request: Thursday, Noon Camera-Ready Classified Display Ad: Friday, Noon Media Board of Advisors Alan Beck, Keith Blackburn, Robert Boo, Reece Darham, Terry DeCarlo, Richard Hack, Kevin Hopper, Paul Hugo, Peter Jackson, Krishan Manners, Mark Negrete, Jackson Padgett, Gary Santis, Jason Tamanini, Brett Tannenbaum, Dean Trantalis, Victor Zepka Main Office 2435 N Dixie Hwy, Wilton Manors, FL 33305 Phone 954-380-8563 Fax 954-380-8567 editor@guymag.net

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COLE MORRIS There’s nothing condescending about saying that Cole exudes small town charm and sexy-sweetness. The native of Chipley, Florida (look it up) says that working on the Drive is “always a bustling blast. It’s just great fun, plain and simple.” Cole, who splits his time between Georgie’s Alibi and Bill’s Filling Station, points to the extraordinary variety of stores and businesses on the Drive. “We’ve got grilled cheese shops, yogurt and ice cream shops, vintage candy stores, and adult toy spots.” Given his choice, what would he add to the street’s complexion? “Some cheap gas on the Drive would be great.”

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Guys of the Drive

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10 Gayborhood Men You Should Know By Grant James

Guys of the Gayborhood come in all shapes and sizes, from o The five continents and all walks of life. Many of them can be found on Wilton Drive, working, playing, and even making a difference. Here are 10 Drive Guys, some of whom you may already know, but we think there all worth a second (or third) look.

LEOR BARAK The co-owner (with his dad) of the Drive’s newest comfort foodery, New York Grilled Cheese Co. (as well as Nuts About Yogurt), Leor was born in Israel, raised in Toronto, and brings an international sensibility that’s combined with a strong sense of pride in his adopted home, Wilton Manors. Among the things he most cherishes about his digs is the sense that there’s something always going on. “We love getting out and working with the people in this great community,” says Barack, who—in addition to participating in activities for the Smart Ride, Broward House and SunServe—teaches nutrition classes for the Brian Neal Fitness and Health Foundation. (Then, with a twinkle in his eye, he offers you a sample of Misty Eyez Peanut Butter yogurt and makes you a SoHo Sweet Cheeses sandwich. Heaven.)

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JASON KING The Legislative Affairs Manager for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), Jason splits his time between the Gayborhood and Tallahassee, where he spearheads lobbying initiatives for the powerful service organization. You might not realize that behind the winning smile (and great hair) is a compassionate, determined young man on a mission. “It’s really taught me humility,” the Los Angeles native acknowledges. “It’s fulfilling to know that I’m accomplishing something that’s bigger than me and our community. Being able to contribute to global public health: I couldn’t ask for anything else.”

DAVID KITCHEN The smiling face behind some many great times at Rosie’s Bar and Grill, David is an activist with strong calves and stronger ambition. “I love getting to interact with our community and being involved in volunteer work.” And about those calves” “Every year, anything related to the Smart Ride is the highlight of my days,” says the Phoenix, Arizona transplant.

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JOSHUA SEATON You may have seen his face (or his tattoos) at any of a number of danceable South Florida venues. The tattooed stud—who serves drinks at the Drive’s Village Pub—has bartended in Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Limoncello and the Green Room (formerly China White), as well as at Boom in Wilton Manors, and could be seen behind the turntables at many a Sunday T-Dance at the late Voodoo Lounge. Seaton, whose hometown is “Miami, bitch!” says that working on Wilton Drive is “just like working with your family. It’s very special to me.” Ask him—nicely—to show you his ink.

JOHNNY HOFF Look up the definition of “contagious smile” in Webster’s and you’ll see a picture of Johnny’s face (ok, not really). The Kansas Cityborn-and-raised 20-something has lived in the Gayborhood for over three years, and has been a familiar face to Drive-goers— whether serving at Tropics or singing the best karaoke numbers at Boom and Bill’s. Hoff says he loves going to piano bars. “On any given night you’re going to hear a Frank Sinatra song,” he explains. “I LOVE Frank Sinatra.” Although he has hundreds of friends among the servers and bartenders of the Gayborhood, Johnny says there’s a special place in his heart for one in particular: boyfriend Jason Basilico, bartender at Rumors’ Bar and Grill. GUYS ON THE DRIVE continues on page 18 guymag.net

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JASON TAMANINI For all that he resembles a dressy (and dreamy) first-year college student, the capable and energetic Jason Tamanini is an “old pro” in South Florida’s entertainment scene. A familiar face as GM of the old China White, the Philadelphia native also opened South Beach’s popular MOVA before bringing his unique and dynamic management style to The Manor Restaurant and Entertainment Complex, which combines a WeHo vibe with a local sensibility. Jason says he values his relationship with Manor owners Paul Hugo and Bret Tannenbaum, who he says “give me freedom to create.” The stylish and easy-on-the-eyes Tamanini says that a fashion trend he would like to see disappear—on the Drive and everywhere else—is “oversized pants hanging off of your butt; it’s disgusting.” Who would argue?

BRYAN NOSAL The General Manager of Steel Gym (formerly Island City Health and Fitness) is a friendly and familiar site to both members of the popular fitness club and the other establishments on the Drive. A fitness enthusiast who admits to disliking “anything abs-related,” Brian says that, of all the things he appreciates about working on the Drive, he most enjoys the people. “The community is here to support each other,” Nosal explains. “We may be in these different groups and be completely different individuals, but we all stick together.” On occasion, you can find Bryan “sticking” to Tanner’s outside bar at The Manor. “She makes a drink called the “F***ing Lovely,” says Bryan. “And it is.”

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JOHN TAVALIERI The Detroitborn hunk keeps stands post inside and outside The Outlet, where fashion and sensible pricing come together in a perfect fit. Friendly and studly John makes it easy to shop, offering low-pressure service and a smile that could light a small city. Tavalieri says that for him the best part about working on Wilton Drive is “Being paid for essentially socializing with the city. The eye candy doesn’t hurt either,” he adds. Like the guy from the men’s shaver commercials, John isn’t just a sales associate at The Outlet, he’s a regular customer, too. He says his favorite thing that he’s purchased there is a Bodhisattva necklace. “It’s said to protect against negative or dark energy,” he explains. “I still have it. It’s beautiful.” It takes one to know one.

BRENDAN CORMAN He’s young, cute, successful, and he is part owner of one of the Drive’s most successful new watering holes and eateries. Is there a downside to this? Brendan, a West Palm Beach native, is GM at the newly opened Rumors Bar and Grill, although he cut his professional teeth working for years at the Alibi. Cutie Corman appreciates the diversity of our vibrant Gayborhood community, both at Rumors and elsewhere. “Customers are all ages there’s no target demo. The bartenders each bring in their own unique crowds.” He notes that working on the Drive is “always exciting. You never know what it’s going to be.”

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Humpy’s Urban Dictionary Entry, Kat’s Back, and a Java Proclamation, Boii! By Rick Karlin

Kwanza Jones AIDS Walk Benefit at Alibi

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During the World AIDS Museum opening reception and exhibit at the Stonewall Museum and Archives, event co-chairs David Friedland and Steven Stagon and Museum Chairman John Ramos welcomed guests including Rob Delehanty, Lee Rubin, Irwin Drucker, Jim Walker, Cecil Isaacs, Bruce Gelly, Glenn Goldberg, Don Button, Jeff Helyer, Ari Margo, Dave Starr, Bob Ewart, and Robert Lee (no relation to the Civil War general, we think). Imagine my surprise when I stopped in at Alibi and spotted Larry Wolfe, formerly of Chicago. Oh, Gurlene! The stories I could tell you about this handsome man would pop your pin-curls. Congrats to Kat Riggins for her win at the Stoli Cocktail Challenge. The scrumptious bartender, formerly of Downtown’s Coyote Ugly and the late Sea Monster, is back in town, slinging drinks at Kat’s Candy Bar at Boom. Seniors at the Pride Center were on the TV station Local 10 5:30 p.m. newscast. Some of the couples, who have been together for a half-century, shared their thoughts on marriage equality during a discussion about the oral arguments before the Supreme Court. Melissa Morgan and her fellow insane asylum escapees—um, excuse me, “performers”—kick off a new show concept, “Don’t Try It,” Thursdays at Rumors Bar and Grill, beginning this month. (By the way, is the wine glass in Rumors’ logo half-full or half-empty? I guess that depends if Melissa’s been sitting in front of it.) If The Manor’s rockin’, don’t bother knockin’ when DJ Karin Ward kicks off TGIS (Thank God It’s Sunday) T dances—I’m talking to you, Anais Reny Reani and Dennis Sea. At Village Pub, you can now get harpooned before taking in a Key West Sunset. John Hitchcock, Vincent Corrales, Luis Ruiz, Joseph Foti, Michael Antol, Charity Case, Ken Farley, and David were all ready to “Sing out, Louise.” (If you know that reference, you probably enjoy show tunes night at the Pub, too.) On Wednesday nights, Rodeo offers half-priced martinis all evening. One was enough for Dorene Stanfield Lovelace; she barely was able to finish her meal. Jessy Burgos rocks that karaoke mic at New Moon. Will someone please go water the plants at the

Bier Garden? Okay, so that was Jennifer McClain on Saturday night enjoying The Capitol Steps concert before heading to the Alibi with Larry Wilson, where they cheered on Kwanza Jones, before moving over to Village Pub for Justin’s Birthday with Michael Smith, David Denton Garwood, Jeff Kiltie, James Foster, and Anthony Aj Solmon. She stumbled over to Bill’s, and then snuck over to New York Grilled Cheese Co. Jennifer Freedman’s cocktail submission for Infinity Lounge’s cocktail contest is a Dirty Possum. I wonder if Florida’s Dame Edna drinks it. Nelson Benzing was spied enjoying a spinach and feta omelet for an al fresco breakfast at Courtyard Café. Congrats to Steve and Dennis at Humpy’s Pizza: they’ve gotten an entry in Urban Dictionary.com. To quote, “Humpalicious: delicious food prepared and served by very attractive people; originated in a South Florida pizzeria called ‘Humpy’s’.” Love your pizza, guys, but I’ve never been waited on by the dude pictured in your ad. (Of course, I’ve never had a waiter at Beefcakes who looks like the twink in their ad either.) Congratulations also to Nikki and Steve Rose at Java Boys, who a received a proclamation from presented by Mayor Gary Resnick, for their support of charity programs that support the City of Wilton Manors.

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Shontelle Sparkles and Anthony of Tön Vangard Salon at GuyMag Monthly Mix

THIS BOOT WAS MADE FOR COLLECTIN’ Alibi hunk Eric shows off his AIDS Walk boot creation

TO INFINITY AND BEYOND

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Humpys smiling staff serves “Humpalicious” eats late into the night

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STAR POWER

Gay Polo Leaguers Phil and Bradley at Tön Vangard GuyMag Monthly Mix

Lead singer Andy Bell of 80s group Erasure at Florida AIDS Walk

PRIDE OF THE PALM BEACHES These three hunks bared their pride at Palm Beach Pride in Lake Worth

DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE Alan Shaffer and his posse at Village Pub

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THE WEEK

The Week 4/4 to 4/10/2013

Gay Men’s Chorus, ‘Mack’ing It, and ‘DWTSFS: Season 3’ at The Manor!

Chicago (4/4)

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Chicago Rocks Hard at Hard Rock oThe self-described 70s “Rock and Roll band with horns” (referring to their brass section, and not any cartilaginous forehead protrusions—we think), Chicago is one of the top selling groups of the decade. Churning out such classics as “25 or 6 to 4,” “Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?,” and “You’re the Inspiration,” the pop/rock/jazz legends have sold over 35 million albums in the U.S. alone, with 22 gold and eight multi-platinum albums (as well as 21 singles in the top 10). At 8 p.m., at Hard Rock Live (1 Seminole Way, Hollywood).

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They’re Gay and They Sing? oJoin the Original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus for “Guilty Pleasures,” a concert featuring selections from Judy Garland, TV’s “Golden Girls,” the musicals “Chicago,” “Les Misérables, “Phantom of the Opera,” “Cabaret” and many others. Under the direction of Chorus founder Dr. Gary Keating, the Men’s Chorus will be joined by the Fort Lauderdale Women’s Chorus, directed by David Morse. Tickets $25 General Admission, $40 Premium Seating (1st five rows). Cash bar available. Through April 6. At 8 p.m., at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale Auditorium (1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale). THE WEEK continues on page 34

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THE WEEK Cirque Ziva at the Kravis Center (4/8)

A Perfect Pair oThe 18th Annual Wine and Culinary Celebration features a sequence of wine/spirits and food pairings, each different from the last. There will be tastings from 50 of South Florida’s best restaurants, in addition to a diverse range of wines and spirits from around the world. For the more-than-twobeer-queer set, this year will feature craft beer, too. At the Museum of Discovery and Science (401 SW 2nd St., Fort Lauderdale).

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I Drink, Therefore I Am oThe annual tradition of Beerfest has become quite the occasion. The festival, which has been going strong since 1997, boasts local talent, and features suds and grub from local restaurants and bars, in addition to both domestic and imported brewskis. The event boasts a selection of over 100 beers from around the world, so come thirsty. At 6 p.m., at Esplanade Park (next to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 400 SW 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale).

Oink (It Rhymes with “Boink”) oAnother edition of Ramrod’s sweaty, raunchy, and wildly fun monthly party, Pig Dance. The event draws crowds from all over the Tri-County area who share a love of leather, Levi’s, chest hair, and muy caliente house music. This month will feature sounds from Provincetown DJ Chris Racine. At 10 p.m. (1508 NE 4th Ave., Fort Lauderdale).

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Smart Comedy oComedian Robert Dubac’s newest show, “FreeRange Thinking,” is just exactly that. His one man act features a man on a journey to find a greater truth through the muck and grime of politics, religion, and the media. Dubac combines theatre and stand-up while portraying different characters up against a variety of issues. At 7:30 p.m., at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach.

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These ’Bats Know How to Fly oAs the ancient texts teach us, 25 centuries ago, Chinese Acrobatic Performances were created (the texts are unclear as to why they were created). Who doesn’t enjoy watching little nuggets flipping and flying around stage? The Golden Dragon Acrobats are renowned both nationally and abroad as leading acrobatic touring performers. Their newest production, Cirque Ziva, combines acrobatics, traditional dance, eye-popping costumes, ancient and contemporary music, and dazzling stage theatrics to present an unforgettable, authentic experience. At 2 p.m., at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach). guymagyoutube


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Tripping the Light Fantastic with the A-Gays oThe wait is over: Season 3 of “Dancing with the South Florida Stars” has arrived. Contestants include a dozen business and community leaders competing for the title in a highly-charged, wellproduced event featuring powerful performances, excellent production values. And a panel of celebrity judges including Gary Santis, Reece Darham, and Misty Eyez. Arrive early for the silent auction. For tickets, visit guymag.net. Proceeds benefit the Brian Neal Fitness and Health Foundation, assisting those living with HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening conditions. At 8:30 p.m., at The Manor (2345 Wilton Dr., Wilton Manors).

Taylor Swift at the American Airlines Arena (4/10)

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Mix and Mack oThe Mack Mixer—South Florida’s most popular gay/straight friendly professional cocktail social— hosts its monthly mixer at Vibe (inside YOLO). The event brings like-minded professionals to mingle and network in a chic but friendly environment. A $10 cover gets you a Ketel One cocktail, so entry is essentially free. (333 E. Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale).

Creepy, Cooky, and Musical oIt was only a matter of time before “The Addams Family” was turned into a musical. People love dark musicals, and this one features music and lyrics that wowed Broadway in original performances by Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth. If your date has hands like Thing, you go boy. At 8 p.m., at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts (201 SW 5th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale).

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Taylor Swift: The Teen Break-Up Song Queen oWhenever you see Swifty photographed with a guy, you just know she’s thinking about writing a break-up song about it. She hops from boyfriend to boyfriend, and no one seems to really care. Taylor Swift is America’s Sweetheart, and every new single is catchier than the last. Catch her perform tracks including “Trouble,” “We Are Never Getting Back Together,” and others from her recent LP, “Red.” At 7 p.m., at the American Airlines Arena (601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami).

This King Loves Him Some Queens oComedian Kevin James is the everyman of the comedy world. From his UPS driver in “The King of Queens” sitcom, to a clumsy security guard (riding a Segway. No less) in “Mall Cop,” and a fireman trying to scam benefits by same-sex marrying his best friend Adam Sandler, he appeals to a bigger crowd. Literally a bigger crowd. 8 p.m., at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts/ Dreyfoos Concert Hall (701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach).

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The 5 Hottest Viral Videos of the Week By Grant James

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KIDS TALKING DATING PROBLEMS This is a video that features a cast of young, cute people gossiping about typical relationship problems. Wait, did I mention that they’re between the ages of 4-6? Because they are. Tasteless? Maybe. But as acting as a promotional video for the release of an upcoming relationship “how-to” book is the best use of guerrilla marketing that I’ve ever seen. The line that nailed it? When a sassy little nugget says “sometimes, I think it would be easier if we were all lesbians”. To which an even sassier token black girl chimes, “amen, sista”.

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ACTIVIST DENOUNCES GAY MARRIAGE AT NOM RALLY An openly gay member of the National Capital Tea Party Patriot, Doug Mainwaring, attacks gay marriage at the recent NOM (National Organization of Marriage) rally. The activist said while he is openly gay, he believes marriage should be between a male and a woman. He said it is “not progressive legislation, it is regressive”, and that it would “undefine children”. Fortunately for the self-conflicted man, should gay marriage materialize, I doubt he will have to worry about being whisked off of his feet and carried over the threshold anytime soon. .

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BED TIME BANDIT Another adorable - and most likely staged - video has gone viral. A 2 year old boy creeps out of his room in the middle of the night (the video is done in a Paranormal Activity influenced night vision mode), sneaks a pair of nail clippers, picks the lock on his sister’s bedroom door, snatches her Pillow Pet and heads back to bed. We’re hoping he somehow puts those skills to good use?

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4 OSTRICH TAMING A young man taming an ostrich with a tin whistle is obviously our featured animal video of the week. The lullaby picked to lull the ostrich to a low-to-the-ground rocking fetal position? The Lord of the Rings theme song of course! Some days I love the world we live in, and so should you.

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THE POPE: ROUND 2 Bill Maher isn’t one to stray very far from controversy. His newest squabble finds him toe to toe with the newly elected pope (figuratively speaking), but mostly focuses on the evolution of Catholicism over time. He speaks his mind but salt and peppers in some humor to keep his jabs soft. He does draw one mind blowing point. The pope is just like us; whenever he rides around in his whip, he always keeps the top down. guymagyoutube


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13) MONA’S 502 E Sunrise Blvd Fort Lauderdale 14) MONKEY BUSINESS 2740 N Andrews Ave Fort Lauderdale 15) NAKED GRAPE 2163 Wilton Drive Wilton manors 16) NEW MOON 2440 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

9) INFINITY LOUNGE 2184 WIlton Drive Wilton Manors

10) JOHNNY’S 1116 W Broward Blvd Fort Lauderdale

11) LIPS 1421 E Oakland Park Blvd Oakland Park

12)THE MANOR COMPLEX 2345 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

5) CORNER PUB 1915 N Andrews Ave Wilton Manors

6) CUBBY HOLE 823 N Federal Hwy Fort Lauderdale

7) DEPOT CABANA BAR AND GRILL 2935 N Federal Hwy Fort Lauderdale

8) DUDES 3270 NE 33rd St Fort Lauderdale

2) BILL’S FILLING STATION 2209 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

3) BOARDWALK 1721 N Andrews Ave Fort Lauderdale

4) BOOM 2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

ferent Items Over 12,000WDilifton Drive 2205 4-2987 954-56

1) ALIBI 2266 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

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20) RUMORS BAR & GRILL 2426 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

19) ROSIE’S BAR & GRILL 2449 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

18) RAMROD 1508 NE 4th Ave Fort Lauderdale

17) PJ’S CORNER POCKET 924 North Flagler Drive Wilton Manors

26) TROPICS 2000 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors 27) VILLAGE PUB 2283 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors

22) SIDELINES 2031 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors 23) SMARTY PANTS 2400 E Oakland Park Blvd Fort Lauderdale 24) THE STABLE 205 E Oakland Park Blvd Fort Lauderdale

25) TORPEDO 2829 W Broward Blvd Fort Lauderdale 21) SCANDALS SALOON 3073 NE 6th Ave Wilton Manors


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Joe’s Seafood Shack Where the Shrimps Are Colossal and the Crabs Are King By Richard David Chamberlain

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The neon “vacancy” sign is flashing on the outside of the newly opened Joe’s Seafood Shack, on North Federal Highway. The only problem is that there was no vacancy on the night we visited—every seat in the place was taken, as well as every parking place in the lot outside. This newest branch of the franchise fish hut (there are over 150 outlets in 30 states plus the District of Columbia) is a fun, noisy, and predictable place where big eats are the order of the day. We finally settled in on stools at the bar, where Diane held forth in a “nothing flusters me” style that was amazing to see in action. The featured menu item at Joe’s is the Steampot, which takes its lead from the classic New England Clam Boil in which also get an A+ for perfect presentation. various seafood and corn on the cob co-mingles The large menu includes more than just stein a large pot. In the version served at Joe’s, while ampots of course, and you’ll want to explore the the pot is large, black, about a foot across, and other seafood as well. Since Joe’s began life in a good six inches deep, the contents vary, but Houston, Texas, as a Crab Shack, Crab is well repnot all that much. We sampled the Arctic Bay resented, too—all served in zinc buckets with corn Steampot ($30.99) which features an entire loband red-skinned potatoes. Choose any of the crabs ster (split for easy eating), shrimp, Queen crab, listed above, pick a flavor (from BBQ to Cajun to and Andouille sausage with a cob of corn, all fire-grilled or steamed), and get set to crack and steamed in a garlic bath and topped with Old Bay enjoy. Prices range from $25-$33 for what ends up seasoning. Other pots include Antarctic King crab, weighing in at a pound-and-a-half of crab. Dungeness crab, Snow crab, Queen crab, clams, Shrimp is another sure-to-please favorite with crawfish, scallops, and New Zealand Green Lipped the Crab Stuffed Shrimp ($15.99) the all-time winmussels. “Let’s Get Cracking” bibs are provided ner, served with dirty rice and seasonal vegetables. for the messy. There’s the normal variety of popcorn shrimp, coThe serving placed before us is nothing short conut shrimp, and grilled and glazed shrimp here, of a piece of art, as shiny and colorful as the as well—each with its own special flavor and style. glossy picture on the menu. There is a moment Prices range from $11-$15, and well worth the where you don’t want to disturb the perfection. sticker price. Then, the restaurant erupts into impromptu There’s grouper, redfish, mahi mahi, snapper dancing as the sound system blares one of three and salmon, as well—nice sized portions that signature tunes that sends the servers into are led by Grilled Sunset Salmon, glazed a unchoreographed dancing frenzy in and topped with pineapple pico de JOE’S the aisles. With a nod toward Disney, there’s showbiz afoot at Joe’s, and SEAFOOD SHACK gallo salsa, and priced at a very reasonable $15. You’ll also find a smatlike Disney, illusion is a large part 1451 N FEDERAL HWY. tering of Steak and Chicken dishes (if of the product. From the first bite, FORT LAUDERDALE you must), but meat is really not the however, you’ll know this meal is specialty here. Joe’s is all about the FL 33304 no fantasy. The steampot is a tasty seafood and fun. And it delivers both bucket of flavor and textures that 954-537-2051 in buckets! impresses not only the taste buds, but guymag.net

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Barcelona, Spain Lose Your Heart and Your Way By Robert Elias Deaton

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It’s not often you arrive in a city hoping to get lost. But such is the charm of Barcelona that the twisting streets, the amazing architecture, and the overtly friendly people beckon you to wander and discover unexpected treasures around nearly every corner. Since often the locals will be just as lost as you are, it’s little wonder that Barcelona is a city that doesn’t run on a strict timetable. Everything skews late here, including dinner, which is typically eaten around 10 p.m.—most likely because it will take you that long to find your restaurant of choice. But we’re getting a little ahead of ourselves here. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain. It stretches along the Mediterranean Coast between the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, and is best known for its architecture, much of which was designed by Antonio Gaudí, whose most famous design, the Sagrada Família (Calle Mallorca 401), dominates the city as its most visited tourist destination. Begun in 1882, the project was placed in Gaudi’s hands a year later, and construction on the Catholic Church continues to this day. Estimates are that it is a little over half finished, with a new completion date estimated to be 2026—the hundredth anniversary of Gaudí’s death. Gaudí’s trademark colorfully tiled, curved and vaulted designs inspired by nature are found everywhere in Barcelona—from the lampposts in the touristy Plaça Reial (Barri Gòtic) to the outstanding Park Güell ( Gràcia district), a massive garden that overlooks the city and is home to the Gaudí Museum. These designs are as fascinating as the Catalonian people who occupy the city, beautiful and bronzed with a laid-back attitude that charms with its vulnerability. Fly to Barcelona in non-stop ease on American Airlines, which offers daily non-stop service from Miami International Airport for $1,150. Travel from Fort Lauderdale is a bit less expensive on U.S. Air ($1,086), but requires a stop in Philadelphia with an hour-and-a-half layover. The main throughfare through town is called Las Ramblas. The highway runs from the port dissecting Barcelona and ending right before L’Eixample, the gay area of town. Las Ramblas is guymag.net

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Get Pumped and Stay Pumped This Spring By Tom Bonanti

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It’s spring: time to freshen up the yard, your wardrobe, and your routine at the gym. Doing the same old thing the same way every time is not only the definition of insanity. It’s monotonous and counterproductive. That’s why it’s important to learn about new routines and the latest findings about fitness and muscle growth, so that your workouts remain rewarding—and fun! This week, I’d like to go over a few dynamite techniques that will bring excitement and freshness to your workouts.

Supersets are a great way to pick up the mo-

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The Super Villain By Justin Jones

On the HBO Show “True Blood,” vampire Eric (played by Alexander Skarsgard) is sometimes Sookie’s Super Villain, sometimes her savior. Who is the vampire in your life?

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Each of us shares our life with four groups of people: your enemies, your tricks, your friends, and your family. Each one holds a different part of who you are. Your enemies know your stamina and they know your strategy. Your tricks know your darkest sexual desires—fantasies you’d reveal to no one else. Your friends know your flaws and share your networks. Your family knows your past. Everyone owns a different piece of your puzzle. But what happens when the pieces cross their borders? What happens when a single individual fits into all four categories? And what happens if you piss him off? He starts as a hookup. He shares your fetishes and relishes your pleasures. Things work so well that he becomes an unexpected friend, one who still quenches that darker side of you. And then things get deeper. You find yourself falling for the guy. And why not? You’re good as friends, things are great in bed, and you actually miss him when he’s not around. You become a family, partners. Until suddenly things begin to change. You find that you’re not as into him as you once were. You’re bored with his sexual advances. You want out. So you talk it over. “F*** YOU, asshole,” he screams. He throws a glass of wine at you. You expected some resistance to the breakup, some tears maybe, but nothing like this. “I’m so sorry, I just—” He interrupts you, “No! I HATE you! I f***ing hate you! I hope you burn in Hell, you son of a bitch!” His eyes are bloodshot with rage. You’re now afraid. Of what? That he’ll hurt you? You decide to leave. You’ll talk after things calm down. On your way out, his screaming stops and a strange expression comes over his face. You’ve seen this look before, on the crazed bad guy in a comic book. He smiles.

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