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May 29, 2013 #184

COVER STORY PG 16

THE WEEK PG 27

TRAVEL PG 47 Bobby Blair Publisher Kevin Hopper Associate Publisher Grant James Editor George Dauphin Creative Director Contributors Tom Bonanti, Andy Kress, Adam Strong, Robert Elias Deaton, Richard David Chamberlain, Justin Jones, Alex Vaughn Editorial Photographers Dennis Dean, Big Dewitte, Stephen Kuttner, TJ Gillespie, Lissa Good Sales Display Advertising sales@guymag.net - 954-380-8563 x2101 Keith Chamlee 954-380-8563 x2111 Joyce Bluestein 954-380-8563 x2113 James Verrichia Classifieds Manager Cell: 954-303-5355 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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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Were you funny kid? Pam Ann: Not at all. I was incredibly shy. I wanted to be an Olympic figure skater. When did you begin to think you might be a good comedian? The first time I realized I was funny was in grade school when I played a mute revolving door in an amateur play. The play was so boring, most parents walked out. To give it some “oomph,” I decided to imitate all the cast members as they walked through my revolving door. You could say I upstaged them. I got great reviews! One said, “The play was awful but the revolving door was hysterical”. Were your parents supportive of your desire to make people laugh for a living? They were supportive of anything, really. As long as I was earning money, paying the rent and I was ok, that’s all they cared about. Do you remember the first time you got on a stage in front of an audience? Hell yeah, it was petrifying. I wanted someone to push me down stairs so I would break a leg. Were you an instant smash? It was an instant smash of sorts. The shows sold out and people loved it, although the act needed a lot of work. My first review read “style over substance”. I was thrilled with that and it was true.

Why is Pam Ann so fascinated with sex and drugs? Flying is very lonely. Sex plays a big role in the life of an international airhostess. What is a girl to do on a layover in Rio de Janeiro? Drugs have got Pam Ann through many back to backs from JFK to Singapore. Would Pam Ann get along with Patsy and Edina from “Absolutely Fabulous?” They would get on famously! Imagine the three of them together? It would be like a gay man’s fantasy. You know they’re working on “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.” Wow, that’s awesome! I would love to see it! Is it true you’re working on “Pam Ann: The Movie?” Yes, it is true. Think the “Hangover” meets “Austin Powers” with a splash of “Serial Mom,” set on a 1970’s airplane disaster movie. Oh, and throw in the pilot Whip from the movie “Flight.” Fashion is a big part of Pam Ann. In the new show, she sports costumes by designer Garo Sparo? I heard about Garo Sparo through the very glamorous Amanda Lepore. She always looks flawless, so I knew he would understand Pam Ann. Did he have his own vision for Pam Ann? Yes, it’s a new sexy, fabulous, skinny Pam Ann with lots of color and tits.

How did you develop the character of Pam Ann? Pam Ann has developed over the years as I’ve traveled from country to country. My main source of material is from my own life experiences and observations traveling the world. It’s almost art imitating life now.

How has Pam Ann changed through the years? She never used to swear or be filthy. I know that’s hard to believe! My language has gotten more aggressive and dirty over the years. It’s from working in gay clubs all over London. I’ve developed a lot of bad habits.

Is the sixties influence intentional? Growing up, my mum always groomed herself to an inch of her life, decked out in all the latest fashions. Her look really inspired me, and still does. I have also always loved the women from the golden age of flying. They had a class you can’t emulate today. Boarding a Boeing back then meant style, class and glamour.

What are you most looking forward to in your USA tour? I love American audiences. They are my favorite in the entire world. I just love how positive, confident, optimistic and vocal they are here in America. They come with massive smiles and are ready to have a good time.

Did you expect Pam Ann to be such a hit? No, I actually expected another character I was working on to be a bigger hit. ‘Tragina’ was her name. She lived in the club world. Pam Ann was a back up character.

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Will you be bringing along your trolley to Miami? “Touch trolley, run to galley”…yes my trolley will be on board! Pam Ann performs Colony Theatre June 6th and 7th. Great seats still available at Reactionshows.com.

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OH NIKKI, YOU’RE SO FINE!

WHO SWALLOWED THE XYLOPHONE?

Nikki Adams celebrates a joyful birthday with friends at The Boardwalk

New Meat Wednesday contestants at The Boardwalk show off their packs

BEAR NECESSITY

THE THREE GRACES (WITH TONGUE)

Chris relaxes with a drink at the Cruise Party

Jamie and friends get wild with tongue at The Village Pub

LONG LIVE THE QUEENS

Time to crown the winners of the Mr. and Miss Village Pub with hosts Melissa, Alexandra, Velvet, Selena and Charlize

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YOUNG BUCK SPOTTED AT THE BEACH Buck arrives at the BeachBear Cruise Party at the Marriott

CRUISING WITH DICK

Survivor winner Richard Hatch (center top) joins the fun of the BeachBear Weekend Cruise

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Terry, Nikki and Bill set the tone during the One Magical Weekend Pre-Party at Bill’s Filling Station

THE DOUBLE-SIDED TAPE LADY This beauty knows how to pose at the Mr. & Miss Village Pub Pageant

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One Magical Weekend Pre-Party Special Guest Star Adam Barta entertains at Bill’s

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Fall Out Boy, Peter Frampton & Ross Matthews: ____________________ Friday

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Burgers Battle It Out oRiverwalk’s 4th Annual Burger Battle pits restaurants and burger joints against one another in the ultimate competition for local burger fame. Alibi won “best burger” two years in a row, and just last year Rosie’s won “best bar & grill burger.” If you’re a burger connoisseur, this event is a must. From 7-10 p.m., guests will be able to sample the 16 battling burgers. Wash down your gourmet grub with drinks from Barefoot Winery and Jack Daniel’s or choose from a wide selection of beers, including specialty and craft. Come support local restaurants and cheer on your favorite burger joint. 7 p.m. Huizenga Plaza. 1 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 33301.

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Latrice Royale: Diversity Is Fierce oLatrice (expletive) Royale is equal parts fierce and entertaining. The Ru Paul Season 4 drag queen says her motto is, “diversity is the key to captivating an audience.” Thankfully, it works for the performer who is now somewhat rooted in the south Florida scene. Her pit-stop at Boom is between a slew of summer performances, which stretch across the country from New York to Portland. Catch her in this intimate setting before she’s booked solid! 10 p.m. Boom. 2232 Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors, 33305.

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oEnglish rocker Peter Frampton has been performing for over 50 years now. His use of a vocalbox (see “Do You Feel Like We Do”) has seemingly inspired artists such as Daft Punk to recreate the robotic, futuristic sound. “Frampton Comes Alive!” was Frampton’s breakthrough success, which landed him on the cover of Rolling Stones in April of 1976. His 2007 album, “Fingerprints,” earned a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album. The “Baby, I Love Your Way” singer’s tour – called “Guitar Circus” – will be making a pit stop here in sunny south Florida, along with support from Grammy-winning artist Robert Cray. 8 p.m. Hard Rock Live. 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, 33314.

Grand Opening Of Trixie II oTrixie II’s grand opening will be filled with all sorts of tranny goodness. After the original Trixie’s closed down, ideas for Trixie II began to form, and now, two and a half years later, that afterthought has become a reality. The original club was one of south Florida’s biggest transgender clubs, not to mention it was the only one in Hollywood. Trixie’s II hopes to revive the heart and soul that made its predecessor so popular among the LGBT community. 7 p.m. Trixie II 1322 N Dixie Hwy, Hollywood, 33020. THE WEEK continues on page 29 theguymag

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THE WEEK ____________________ Saturday

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Pig Dance oRamrod’s monthly dance party, Pig Dance, returns this month with a set from special guest DJ Chris Racine. Pig Dance is a the ideal destination for anyone who’s looking for the perfect dungeon-esque dance club. While Ramrod is mainly a leather/Levi’s bar, Pig Dance draws in a crowd from all walks of life. It encourages guests from all over to unleash their inner “pig” for a night of unforgettable fun. Between DJ Chris Racine spinning the best in house music and Ramrod’s notoriously strong drinks, you’ll be shirtless on the dance floor in no time. 10 p.m. Ramrod. 1508 NE 4th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, 33304.

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Absolutely Normal oIn celebration of their fourteen years together, the Miami Gay Men’s Chorus presents “Absolutely Normal.” With original music and lyrics by Michael Shaieb, book by Shaieb and Brent Lord, MGMC will present in its south Florida premier a performance titled “Alexander’s House.” The one-act choral musical centers on a man who dies and leaves his summer home behind for his estranged son to inherit, rather than his partner. MGMC describes “Alexander’s House” as “a story about bringing people together from separate worlds and about the family of friends that we create.” 3 p.m. Colony Theatre. 1040 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, 33139.

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Dance Is For Everyone o In their 30th Anniversary, Dance Dimensions presents a new showcase titled “Come Dance

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With Me.” The year end show features dancers of all ages that want to share their love for dance with the community. Dance Dimensions believe that “dance is for everyone,” which is a fantastic philosophy to promote, especially to little ones. “Come Dance With Me” features performers ages three to adult, of varying skill levels. 5 p.m. Broward Center for the Performing Arts. 201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 33312.

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Ross Matthews oComedian Ross Matthews has become a household name of sorts. He has been on Chelsea Lately’s roundtable, guest hosted on various shows and is now touring in support of his new book, “Man Up! Tales of My Delusional Self Confidence.” The openly gay comedian first gained recognition on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” where he was known as “Ross the Intern” before he made the move to correspondent/comedian. Later this year, Matthews is slated to star in his own “interactive talk show,” titled “Hello Ross.” 8 p.m. Colony Theatre. 1040 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, 33139.

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Fall Out Boy oIllinois rock band Fall Out Boy has reunited for a new album and tour, and fans couldn’t be happier. Their new single “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up),” peaked on Billboard’s top 15, while their album, “Save Rock and Roll,” reached number one on the Billboard 200. Singer Pete Wentz (who had a love child with Ashley Simpson back in 2008) has returned to the lineup as well, taking a break from other projects to reunite with the band for the tour and album. 8 p.m. Fillmore Miami Beach. 1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, 33139.

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13 Even Great Juju on the Drive BY RICHARD DAVID CHAMBERLAIN

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There’s a lot to love about 13 Even, the new craft beer and tapas joint that recently opened on Wilton Drive near NE 20th Street. In what was last a performance space called Bailey’s and before that a blink-of-an-eye called Gelato Martini Lounge, 13 Even is the newest offering from New Moon’s Carol Moran and life-partner Nancy Goldwin. Plus, number one: it is a product of love, and you sense that from the moment you walk inside the space. No need for a “Welcome Mat” here. There air itself seems to be saying “hello.” On the other hand, it probably has a lot to do with the craft beers on tap, which we highly recommend you sample and contrast. The Left Hand Milk Stout from Left Hand Brewery in Colorado ($5) is a nearly black brew with a thick head that flavors the room with the aroma of that has a citrus after-taste that refreshes the palate chocolate and coffee and sweet bread biscuits. It’s and soothes the taste buds. A definite must order. dessert in a glass. But we’re just getting started. Do So too, the Teriyaki Marinated Skirt Steak ($6), not miss the Hennepin Farmhouse Saison from New grilled and sliced thin for melt-in-your-mouth flavor. York’s Brewery Ommegang ($5) with its straw color For presentation alone, order the 13 Cheesey and lemon and apple esters. It’s as refreshing and ($7), a rigatoni dish served up in a black iron skillet, light as Left Hand Milk Stout is heavy. Both excepblended with a melted Brie and Gruyere sauce and tional, as are the other eight brews on tap. topped with Panko crumbs. Come on. How can There are pages of wines available by glass or you not fall in love with this dish? We were very bottle, including a remarkable assortment of reds surprised to thoroughly enjoy the Patatas Bravas running from $7 to $15 per large-bowled glass. ($5), which is essentially a roasted red potato plate Celebrate with sparkling Prosecco Zonin ($6 a drizzled with a housemade spicy tomato sauce and flute), a great inexpensive Italian bubbly with clean topped with a sunny side up quail egg. It’s the most fruit flavors. If the occasion calls for something reasonable extravagance on the menu and a tradimore exotic, there’s never a wrong moment for tional dish in all Spanish tapa restaurants. Piper Sonoma Brut ($27). The Bacon, Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese Of course there are dozens of bottled craft Flatbread ($7) earns a blue ribbon with flavor combeers, each with its own story, and each offered in binations that remain distinct while demanding a bottles that are in themselves moments of converrepeat order to make certain it was THAT good. It’s sation. Don’t leave without asking to at least see a just one of several flatbread/bruschetta combos at bottle of Maryland’s Flying Dog Brewery’s Doggie work here--all equally as tempting. Style Pale Ale ($5). It’s okay to stare. But any review of 13 Even would be incomWhat makes 13 Even a catch above the plete without mentioning the super friendnormal craft brew bar are its menus of ly customers that have already discovcold and hot tapa plates. Super priced ered this special space on the Drive. As under $10 for the most part, these a sign by the bar says (and means)— perfectly sized portions of taste treats all shapes, sizes, colors, sexes, and 2037WILTON DR will have you visiting for the food WILTON MANORS, FL 33305 cultures are welcomed here. And tell alone. Case in point: a delicious Zesty ‘em, Guy Magazine said it’s true. 954-565-8550 Lime Shrimp and Avocado Salad ($7)

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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

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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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TRAVEL

Key West’s Island House Resort—Part I A Sinful Climax at the End of the Road BY ROBERT ELIAS DEATON

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The overseas highway, built in late 1930s, as the southernmost leg of the US 1, is the most colorful way to get to Key West, that last remnant of civilization before hitting a string of uninhabited barrier keys that lay like a necklace dotting the Atlantic and parts of the Gulf of Mexico. For much of its 113 miles of roadway linked by 42 bridges, it’s a one-lane affair where 55 mph is the recommended speed. Not that much goes by the book here. Built on coral bedrock, often atop remains of the Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railroad, the highway itself is an engineering marvel. And the sights along the way to Key West give even the most jaded traveller a sense of freedom. From tiny Key Deer the size of small dogs to incredible Giant Heron with four-feet wingspans, this is a an remarkably fertile seascape of color, form, vegetation and wildlife so active that there isn’t a second that you won’t find something shadowed against a sky so blue that not even the cotton candy clouds can compete. It is somehow appropriate that after the 3 hour and 45-minute journey from Fort Lauderdale, leaving all this bounty of sea and nature behind for the rough-aroundthe-edges Bohemian rhapsody that is Key West would be a let down. And so it would be if it weren’t for the oasis known as the Island House Resort (1129 Fleming St, Key West, FL 33040, 800-890-6284). Drive down the small alleyway streets of Key West, past the tourist vendors and T-shirt shops, the bars with alongside the Conch Train with its tourists, cameras poised and oversized hats shielded from the sun, and arrive at this all-male, private compound of lush tropical gardens surrounding a large clothing-optional pool heated by the sun to the perfect walk in temperature that soothes as much as it invigorates. You reach the front desk of this resort by a short brick path up an alleyway off of Fleming Street just west of White Street. The front desk is contained within a small comfortable lobby and populated with smiling faces that immediately guymag.net

nurture the road weary traveler in you. Just off the lobby is a completely, if petite fitness center with all the essentials to keep you tight and toned, plus the additional features of a sauna, steam, and Jacuzzi where magic has been known to happen. The rooms are all decorated in a chocolate brown, gold and beige theme that says masculine, sophisticated and luxurious in the same breath. The 300-count ironed linens, the thick towels, the flat screen TVs, the powerful showers, and the L’Occitane bath lotions and shampoos are standard whether you select the smallest accommodations, with shared bath priced at a low-end $99 during the summer months, to a standard room with queen bed and private bath at $259, to the grander double queen rooms with writing desk, sitting area, refrigerator, wet bar and deluxe walkin closet priced at $359 during the off season. We stayed in a one-bedroom apartment, with its own leather sectional sofa and large flatscreen,

full kitchen, king size bed and full bath area, that tallies a sweet $359, or bring the whole family and occupy the two-bedroom apartment with its king and queen beds at $379. Either unit comes with private parking, always at a premium on the tight streets of the Key. Next week, we’ll fill you in on the various free events staged weekly at the “House,” including a Sunday raffle orchestrated by the always friend Richard. Until then…

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EMERALD IS BACK! We speak English. Hand scrub your floors-cleaning products included! Guarantee all service! Serving the community for 30 yrs! $55.00 3 hrs. $20.00 additional hrs. You’ll do the Irish jig! 954-5243161 CLEAN IT RITE-THE BEST CLEANING SERVICE FOR YOUR BUCK! 1BR, $55, 2BR, $65, 3BR, $75. Excellent rates and references. 10 years in the business. Serving BROWARD, North Miami, and South Palm Beach.Call Manny, (954) 560-4443

EMPLOYMENT

5 POINTS MASSAGE Your Relaxation Oasis in Wilton Manors is looking for 2-3 exceptionally talented Licensed Massage Therapists to work as contract workers, part time on an appointment by appointment basis. Thai massage, Reflexology, and other specialty techniques especially considered. Men and women considered. Must be licensed in the State of Florida and carry state-required personal liability insurance. Studio opens in early June. Call Tom Marten at 954-295-7041, or e-mail at tom@5pointsmassage.com for further info. Be part of Wilton Manors premiere massage studio.

HOME IMPROVEMENT DEREK’S 24-HR HANDYMAN SERVICE Introducing our new cabinet shop! For all your cabinetry countertops laminates. All electrical to code, ANY & ALL plumbing work, Drywall finish work / repair. Crown/ baseboard pro-install, interior/ exterior painting, demo work, Pressure washing, Decor tile install, Complete home up-dates. For large jobs, 4-man crew available. No job is ever too small. Excellent references. (954) 825-5598

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)

SPIRITUALITY SPIRITUAL ADVISER WITH JONATHAN Tells you your past, present, and your destiny to come. Will reunite you with your loved-ones, friends, and family. Will put you in a path of happiness. For further information and appointment, (954) 549-8243. 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

TREE SERVICES TREES WITH LEAVES, INC.-YOUR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE, SPRING TREE MAINTENANCE-PRUNING, PLANTING, ETC.Tree pruning-Palm Trimming-tree removal, and Fertilization StumpGrinding-Storm Preparation & Clean-up Serving East Broward, Ft. Lauderdale to Boca Raton FREE ESTIMATES! Call George at 954-444-7710 Insured. Lic. CCB-206

HOUSE-SITTER HOUSE-SITTER AVAILABLE Former New York City butler and private Palm Beach chef available now to house-sit long/short term. For extra security I am teamed with a retired State Police K-9. Prior and local references available. Please call Kevin at 954-804-0862 or e-mail kphyman@msn.com for an interview. Thank you.

LAWN MAINTENANCE

McCRATER LAWN SERVICE, INC. YOUR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL LAWN CARE COMPANY Lawn and Bed Maintenance-Hedge TrimmingWeed Control-Seasonal Planting-Party Preparation and much more! Serving East Broward, Ft. Lauderdale to Lighthouse Point. Call Tom at 954-567-2121

LICENSED MASSAGE

RECESSION RELIEF $40 per 90 Mins-Out Calls Higher. Swedish & DeepTissue. Speciality is Back, Lower Body, and Feet. Couples Discount. Seniors Welcome. 16 Years Experience. Delray Beach. MA 18563 Dennis (561) 502-2628

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

PAINTING

LEENYX PROFESSIONAL HOME IMPROVEMENT We offer Baseboard & Crown Molding, Interior & Exterior Painting, Popcorn & Wallpaper Removal, Pressure Washing, Electrical & Plumbing, Kitchen & Bath Remodeling, Wood Flooring. Please contact Tizpo, 954-696-6840 or AJ, 954-588-2532

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Health Insurance Will Be Mandatory In 2014 low as 3-4 dollars a day for full health coverage, with  As prescription, vision and 0 dollar co-pay dental.

 Government giving subsidies for health insurance now!  Zero co-pay for physical, lab, EKG, colon/prostate screening  If you are turning 65 within the next 3 months or on disability you may be eligible for a zero premium medicare advantage plan.

 Life insurance that accumulates tax differed interest / Annuities, 401k, IRA and Retirement Plans

 Homeowner insurance quotes available upon request  Hormone and testosterone therapy covered on some health plans with a $15 co-pay for prescriptions

 Dog/Cat insurance plans also available

Alexander H. Vorgias Zander One Insurance Corp. www.southflhealthexchange.com Direct 954-529-5564 wilton.health.exchange@gmail.com

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Come in for a test save. Total average savings of $480* I’d love to show you some new ways to make your car insurance dollars work harder. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7.

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*Average annual household savings based on national 2010 survey of new policyholders who reported savings by switching to State Farm. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Indemnity Company, Bloomington, IL P090115.1

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RENT/LEASE HOLLYWOOD HILLS-EXCLUSIVE AREA 1BR/1BA, with private entrance. Living room, kitchenette, fully furnished, new carpet. Rent is $775, reduced from $1200 is willing to do some work around house. (954) 549-8243 1 BEDROOM APT IN DUPLEX-Large private fenced yard, very nice apartment, washer dryer in great neighborhood. 825 NE 16th Place, $850/mo. Available May 15. call Nick, 954805-1195 NE WILTON MANORS HUGE TOWNHOUSE- 3BR/2.5BA, with/2 car over-sized garage, around 2,000 sq ft, newer construction, 12 ft ceilings & balcony in all bedrooms. Granite throughout, stainless appliances, W/D, jacuzzi in master, hurricane proof, low electric bill, 1 mi. to Wilton Dr., 2 mi. to beach. close to shops & parks. Small pets welcome. $2,095/mo. Call, (754) 204-7400

RENT/LEASE FURNISHED PERFECT RELOCATION RENTALS FROM $325/WEEK & $1200/ MONTH Gay Owned & Operated Apartment Hotel. Beautiful Studio,1 & 2 BR Apts. With Full Kitchens. Turn-key, fully furnished & equipped, clothing optional pool, laundry, parking. Central to Wilton Manors & Haulover Beach. Incl. Wi-Fi, utilities, cable, tel. Pets Welcome. Call Joe or Jack at: (954) 9270090 or visit www.LibertySuites.com

NE FT LAUDERDALE/WILTON MANORS AREA- Lovely, IMMACULATE, 1BR/1BA, includes tile floors, A/C, washer/dryer available, cable ready, water, garbage, pest control, gay friendly, NO PETS please. $725/mo. By appt. (954) 592-3772

HOMES FOR SALE BUY YOUR WILTON MANORS LIFESTYLE 3 bedrooms 2 baths nearly 1,400 square feet pool home with renovations galore. Cedar closets, new roof, lush tropical landscaping, a true tropical paradise all for you. Flexible terms! Call 954-854-3048 NOW!!

ROOMMATES FT.LAUDERDALE-CLOSE TO WILTON MANORS Medium-sized, unfurnished room with closet, available immediately! Seeking roommate to share 3BR/2BA, in private home with 2 gay males. Prefer clean, neat and quiet individual. MUST be employed and have references. Use of house, including W/D and internet. Lite cooking. Please call Jim for more details. (954) 303-5355 $550/Mo. Plus a small deposit. NO Pets. All Firm. Smoking only outside.

RENT/LEASE OAKLAND PARK- Newly renovated apartment for rent. Newly renovated, 1BD/1BA for $695.00. Our largest unit. Walk in closet, renovated kitchen and bath, new appl., new tile floors, off-street parking. Smoke free. No pets. Call 754366-7563.

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South Florida's Premier Gentlemen's Entertainment Magazine