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Bobby Blair Publisher Mark Haines Founder of Mark’s List Kevin Hopper Executive Editor Editorial Alex Vaughn Editor-in-Chief Stephen R. Lang Managing Editor Bob Young Proof Editor Contributors Troy Maillis, AJ Cross, Bob Kecskemety, Tom Bonanti, Tim Slivinski, Paul Rubio, Eric Christian, Brad Casey, Charlie Rocafort & Max Jiminez Production Mangia Media Group Creative Director Dennis Dean Editorial Photographer Stephen R. Lang Mad Paparazzi Chief Toby Blades Mad Paparazzi Assistant Administrative Jamie Forsythe General Manager Chris Hamel Administrator Sales & Marketing Cliff Dunn Director of Sales - 407-744-1456 Brad Casey Director of Sales - 954-554-4912 Keith Chamlee Classifieds Manager - 954-465-1563 - 954-903-4781 ext. 507 Internet Sales Keith Norris - 727-743-7581 Alex Monge - 954-232-7672 National Sales Rivendell Media National Ad Representatives 212-242-6863 Display Advertising 954-903-4771 Display Ads Placement Ad Deadline: Thursday, 5 p.m. Camera Ready Artwork Deadline: Fridays, Noon Classifieds Ads Text Ad Deadline: Thursday, 5 p.m. Placement Ad Deadline: Thursday, 5 p.m. Camera Ready Artwork Deadline: Fridays, Noon Main Office 2157 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors, FL 33305 Phone 954-903-4771 Fax 954-607-5712,,

contents 18 Q&A: Chase Coleman 20 Mad Paparazzi 30 Cross-eyed 32 Fashion & Style 34 Scoop 36 Mark’s List

39 Bar Guide 44 Dining 56 Travel 62 Fitness 70 Classifieds

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Chasing Dane Chase Coleman on Living In Between By Mark Gray

“Too many gay men look outside themselves for affirmation of worth,” says Jennifer Gelfer, director and executive producer of the newest gay drama series to heat up the web, In Between Men. “Gay men are not taught to love themselves. 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.” In Between Men follows the lives of four friends in New York City living “in between” the gay and straight worlds of New York. They are Dalton, Dane, Jacob and Ben. Through their wild adventures and – often-times – racy storylines, the show examines the relationships the guys share with one another, their colleagues, lovers, and the city of New York. Dane, played by blonde Adonis Chase Coleman, is the youngest of the group. Like many young gay guys new to the scene, he is naïve in love and his penchant for chasing bad boys gets him in trouble. Can you relate to Dane feeling like a man 18 |

living between two worlds? I grew up in the Deep South. New York, where I call home now, is a completely different world. I like to think I fit right in, but there is a part of me that longs to return to the pace and charm of the south. How are you and Dane alike? We both share a certain vulnerability. Also, like Dane, there are things in my past, mistakes I have made, that I regret and I’m learning from. How are you different? Dane is more susceptible to being taken advantage of. My years in New York have toughened my skin. Have you built a strong armor to protect yourself? I have a tendency to put up walls and now allow myself to get hurt. As an actor, isn’t it part of your job to strip down those walls? That’s probably why I enjoy playing Dane so much. It forces me to rip the walls down and explore my vulnerability. Is it true you were a troubled teen?

I had my fair share of being bullied and bullying others as a teen. Much of it was verbal rather than physical. I had a lot of insecurities. I still do. Insecurities and fear can manifest into bullying. It’s not the way anyone should handle things. What were you struggling with? Finding a purpose in life. I have always focused and struggled with discovering why I’m here and what it is I should do for the world. What have you discovered that you can share with fans? There is a quote that represents my philosophical view: “Cast aside all in this reality and become one within yourself.” Never let anyone or anything distract or alter you from what you want in life. Set your mind and do it. Is that what led you to New York? Yes, I came five years ago to test the waters. It was my junior year of college and I was planning on returning back to Louisiana to finish school. Things went so well with auditions, I decided to stay and finish my degree online. Dane comes to New York to pursue his medical career. What happens that makes things

go so wrong for him? Dane tends to be gullible and a bit too caring at times. His strong sense of compassion often leads to guys taking advantage of him. Like Paul… Exactly. Dane has an emptiness that he has never figured out how to fill. Paul takes advantage of Dane’s compassion and generosity and mentally abuses him. Paul’s a drug addict and Dane thinks he can save him. Yes. He wants everyone to be okay. I can relate to that. Have you had experience with drugs in the city? I have never been a fan of drugs. I don’t mind alcohol every now and then. After a long day, a drink is definitely a great way to relax and unwind. But hard drugs have never been an interest of mine. Why do you think Dane would risk his medical career for this guy? Paul represents what Dane isn’t: the crazy, loose, “in crowd” boy. The kind of popular guy that Dane wishes he could have been a part of in high school. It’s interesting what we will do for acceptance. It is one of the main challenges of twentysomethings today. Most people long for love and the acceptance of someone that they care for. The problem is that we all have completely different ideas of what love is, so we can never truly get on the same wavelength. Maybe that’s why we have such a difficulty in getting along and having peace? It sounds like you’ve given this topic a lot of thought. I’m executive producing a film that I wrote, and will direct and star in called Into the Rose Garden. It deals specifically on this issue. Have you figured out when life gets easier? I’m not sure things ever get easier. I imagine as you get older, you begin to discover more about yourself; the good and the bad. Are you in a good place today? I am happy now, but I remember many times in my past when I was quite unhappy – mostly from stupid mistakes I made. That’s ok, though. You live and learn. True. I wouldn’t trade in those days because they made me the strong, driven, determined guy I am today. If you could play any of the guys on the show besides Dane, who would you want to be? Benjamin Reed, because he’s the rebellious leader. He’s the one who seems to say “f” the rules. and looks for the fun in life. Those Marlon Brando/James Dean types appeal to me. Visit

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cross-eyed By AJ Cross

She Looks Back at Me A very attractive 19-year old young man from Puerto Rico looks at me with his hazel green eyes and begins to tell me about an important woman in his life. She is a woman who is brave and bold and empowers him whenever she is around. He tells me that it is only when she is present that he feels all of his inhibitions fade away. He tells me that when he looks into the mirror “she looks back at me”. Carlos is a 19-year old transsexual with hopes of one day being able to afford the operation and hormones that will allow him to become a woman.” I wondered why a person born to be such a beautiful boy was not happy with that. In my ignorance, I thought perhaps it would be more understandable if he were esthetically unattractive and because of that he decided to put knife to skin in order to achieve a higher level of appeal. As our conversation continued, I began to realize that his interest in changing his sex had absolutely nothing to do with whether or not he was attractive – or even if he perceived himself that way. He said it best when he stated that “God made a mistake and I was supposed to be a woman”. He began to describe some of the reasons why he believed himself to be a woman trapped in a man’s body. He told me that he had dreams of giving birth and that when he would wake up a with a sense of calm and happiness came over him, and that as a child he would hold his teddy bear like a mother holding its baby and would walk it around his house in his younger sister’s baby stroller. He said that he had a total disinterest in men’s clothing and would secretly envy his mother because she would wear beautiful dresses and shoes every Sunday for church while he was forced to wear pants, a button down shirt, vest and a bow tie. He continued explaining to me that he is disgusted by his penis. Even when men have told him that he was large and it was beautiful, he would simply turn over and let the men “have their way with him”. He said that he never let a guy perform oral on him and that he would only sleep with men who treated him like he was a woman and since woman didn’t have a penis that no one should have an interest in his. I really wanted to understand all of this and, as I have encountered so many drag queens, transvestites and transsexuals in my life never having had the opportunity to explore the


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topic with them, I could not lose this chance to delve into the psyche of a young man who was headed in that direction. I asked him the following questions and here were his responses: Me: Have you ever referred to your butt as a vagina during sex? Carlos: Yes! That is what it is. Me: Have you had sex with another man dressed as a woman? Carlos: No! I’m not a fake. I do not want to trick someone or shock them. I will have sex with a man as my true self soon enough. Me: As I sit here speaking to you, I find that you have a normal guys voice and you come across rather masculine. How come you do not alter your voice or the way you carry yourself to appear more feminine? Carlos: Again, I’m not trying to pretend I am a woman. I am a woman trapped in this body. My voice is my voice for now. But one day it will change. This whole thing I am going to do is about being real and showing the world who I really am, and if I start faking that now, there is no point. As the conversation continued, I asked him to show me some pictures of him as a woman and he smiled as if he was so happy I asked. He pulled out his cell phone and began to slide through photos of him in drag and I have to admit he was just as beautiful dressed as woman as he was as a boy. He began to tell me that the world is just learning to understand – or at least accept – homosexuals, and even homosexuals have not really tried to understand transvestites and transsexuals. He told me that he thinks it has always been and will always be a harder struggle for people like him, because he is in the minority of minorities. I think he is right. I think that we, as a united gay community, need to do a better job of understanding one another before we demand that heterosexuals try to understand us. I tell this story to celebrate the courage of Carlos and all of my fellow gay brothers who think they should be my sisters. If you are a boy who looks in the mirror and sees a woman looking back at you, then this story is to inspire and encourage you and give you some love. Be true to yourself and it will work out. I end this week’s columns with a quote from Carlos; “sitting down to pee is more comfortable”.

fashion&style By Alex Vaughn

Time is of the Essence The Watch Maketh the Man

There are many theories about what certain items of clothing say about a man, but none more true than the wristwatch. Undoubtedly the male equivalent to an ‘It Bag’ for women. This is the one area of fashion that still belongs to men. You can tell someone whatever you want about your lifestyle, personal taste, income bracket and many other little hints of your social standing with just your watch. Are you flashy? Demure? Sporty? Whichever watch you invest your time and money in chose wisely. Don’t try and be someone you are not, that said the right watch can speak volumes about you even if you are just wearing boardshorts. When you say watch, brands come flying at your mind left right and centre, Rolex, Omega, Timex, Casio, Jaeger, Cartier to name just those that hit me straight up! Like so many things in life, the watch you choose should reflect you, are you a fashionista with cash in the bank? A Diamond Rolex, or a Chanel J12, maybe you have a little less cash in the bank, how about a Guess or Rado? You might be


Men’s Fluted Bezel Day Date President From: $9,225.00

Cartier Tank Francaise 18kt Yellow Gold and Steel $7400

Emporio Armani Classic $225

Piaget Gold Polo Club $32,000

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sporty and not flashy at all, a G-shock Sports Watch, a Tag Huerer. The offering today on high quality watches is phenomenal, any design house worth their salt offers a time piece that suitable incorporates the heritage of the brand, from Oakley to Hermes. So how do you pick the right watch? Once you have picked your price point and the vein in which you want to go? Then the only way forward is to try them all. See what looks right, what skin tone you have your current lifestyle all of these will influence your watch choice. Do you want a watch for all day everyday or just an evening watch? I have chosen my top picks for watches across all income brackets, and remember a watch is a good investment, that will retain its value and capability for a long time (I am currently wearing my late Grandfathers Omega Seamaster from 1969). One word of warning; a high quality timepiece, like a good car needs maintenance and that is not cheap. However it is worth it, trust me!

Movado Safiro $1695

Gucci G-Watch 101G Steel Round Midsize $1175

TW Steel CEO Canteen 50 Swatch Originals Chrono Legendary Eagle MM Black Dial Chronograph $750 $120

the scoop

By Brad ‘Scoop’ Casey

Big Plans for Fort Lauderdale Beach

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The new Royal Palms Resort celebrated its grand opening last Saturday, and what a party bash it was. Congrats to Lord Richard Gray and his staff for putting together a fabulous get-together. The property, located on Breakers Avenue, was shining with spectacular floral designs by Bobby Kyser of Pedals Panache. The showstoppers of the day were the fully nude male models that positioned themselves on floats in the two pools. At first I thought they were mannequins, but after studying them for 30 minutes saw movements and realized they were very real, live people. One of the highlights of the day was seeing and conversing with longtime friend Jay Lynch, known to most of you as columnist Mrs. Beasley. It had been several years since we had seen each other. Jay looked great and was in good spirits. Hotelier Richard Gray, who is spearheading the purchase of many beach properties, gave partygoers a tip that the beach is being developed into a quaint area that will be called North Beach Village that will be pedestrian friendly and made up of small café’s, boutique motels and hotels. The investment group that Gray is working with has already purchased a dozen properties in the area.

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Why are employees of a restaurant on the Drive complaining about not being paid? It will be announced soon that the owner of a popular Wilton Manors establishment will be taking a BIG position with a Fortune 500 company… Is a new sports bar coming to the Drive in the Fall? Where is Joe Angelo? Why are Broward County Sheriff’s deputies hanging around Wilton Manors? Alibi has new flooring! Congrats to Java Boy owners Steve and Nicki Rose, who are proud grandparents? Congrats to Kevin Hopper, who is now publisher of a slick monthly publication in Denver called JUMP! My good friend John Manzi sent me this picture that he took at New York City’s Gay Pride. John was one of over 500,000 people who attended the historic event right after the New York State legislative body OK’d gay marriage. New York State governor Andrew Cuomo was the hero of the day for his heroic efforts in getting the legislation passed. Parade participants and thousands of spectators carried signs thanking the governor, who marched in the parade along with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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Popeye, an American Bulldog, visits To The Moon owner Antonio Dumas (right) and William who, along with others, saved the animal from certain death. On a scorching afternoon, Popeye – on a leash -- was being dragged down Wilton Drive by a man on a bicycle. The dog suffered heat stroke and passed out in front of the gift/candy shop. An alert Antonio Dumas brought the dog into the store, cooled it down and called the Ft. Lauderdale Fire and Rescue, who arrived and administered first aid and rushed the dog to an animal hospital where it fully recovered. Popeye dropped by To The Moon to say THANKYOU! By the way, Antonio raised over $500 from customers to help pay medical bills. Thanks for picking us up and remember: To have a friend, you must first be a friend. The SCOOP can be reached via e-mail at

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Brit Tour Comes to Miami EqualiTEA TEA DANCE & POOL PARTY

Sunday, July 24 from 2 to 7 p.m. at 641 NW 36th Street in Oakland Park. Featurinig D.J. Julian Marsh with complimentary full bar and food. Free Hopper Shuttle (gratuity not included) and parking at Auto Zone at 35th and Andrews. Tickets are $25/ door ($20/in advance at www.PrideCenterFlorida. org) 100% of the proceeds to benefit The Pride Center at Equality Park. Door prize: one week stay at Eagle Creek Log Cabin in Maggie Valley, NC, near Asheville. Transportation not included. (www. Sponsorships available: Supporting ($100), VIP ($250) & Angel ($500) - Contact Jason Burns or Thomas Cross for more information. Want to volunteer? Contact Thomas Cross or Jeff Black.


See Britney Spears live on the Femme Fatale Tour with special guest Nicki Minaj and opening performances by Jessie and the Toy Boys and Nervo. Tickets now on sale at Get your tickets now if you’ll be a part of this epic Britney

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Spears Femme Fatale Tour. The concert will be held on Friday July 22, 2011 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami.


At Ramrod, 1508 N.E. 4th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, a benefit for The Pet Project on Sunday, July 10 starting at 8 p.m. Bring your “best friend” in his finest leather and perhaps he will win a spot in the 2012 Collar and Cuffs calendar.


July 9th and 10th at the Carnival Studio Theater in the Ziff Ballet Opera House at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami. A musical tragicomedy that speaks of love, lovelessness, social exclusion and the feeling of belonging to a devastated homeland. It takes place in a bar at no particular time or place, home to characters who linger about, drawn together by their sorrows ... and the wine. For more information and ticketing, visit For additional events visit:

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bar guide Fort Lauderdale / Wilton Manors ALIBI

2266 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors Gayborhood 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


2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors The 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.


2209 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors Videos, pool tables, dart boards, dance floor, happy hour, live shows, Tuesday and Thursday karaoke – and great burgers, to boot. Fun and friendly truck-stopthemed bar, great staff.


1721 North Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale Over 100 of the sexiest men from all over the world. Go-go dancers, cages, billiards, 2-4-1 Happy Hours. Drag emcees and did we mention the Boys?


1915 N. Andrews Ave. Wilton Manors Friendly atmosphere, unpretentious clientele and staff. Next to Island City Pizza (so you can get your drink AND your slice on).


823 N. Federal Hwy. Fort Lauderdale Butch bar and grill with a rockin’ daytime crowd (and a fun nighttime one, too). Fifty cent 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 their Grizzlies Grind)!


2935 N. Federal Hwy. Fort Lauderdale Adjacent 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.


3270 N.E. 33rd St. Fort Lauderdale Men dancing for men. Hot go-go boys in an upscale atmosphere, piano lounge for more quiet interludes. Steamy shower shows.


1116 W. Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Club, bar, lounge. Male dancers and the men who love (to ogle) them. Sunday amateur strip contest (and karaoke!).


1421 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Oakland Park The Ultimate in Drag Dining. Dinner and shows six nights a week. Sunday Gospel Brunch with the Sisters of Sequins.

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300 S.W. 1st Ave. Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale Arts & Entertainment District meets South Beach. Friday nights they’re here, they’re queer, and they drink free from 10:30(ish) to Midnight. Only House Music club in town with its own Classical (and classicallychiseled) violinist.

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2345 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors WeHo vibe (think: LA’s The Abbey) in the heart of the Gayborhood. Dine, drink, dance, play, mingle. Theme rooms (salsa and meringue every weekend in the Latin Quarter!). Live dancing and dining.

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bar guide o Fort Lauderdale / Wilton Manors MATTY’S ON THE DRIVE

2426 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors Drink specials, billiards, and a chill gay- borhood vibe. 75 Cent drinks on Wednesdays. No Drama, No Smoking.


2740 N. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale Cozy neighborhood bar. Karaoke, drags shows, Patio Bar – and open at 9 a.m. daily.


502 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Cocktail Lounge in the heart of Searstown. Fun customers, fun bar- tenders and fun proprietor (the Leg- endary Jerry). Outside patio. Wednesday karaoke, Thursday Speed- ball Tournament.


2039 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors Relaxing, friendly, hip, unique- the alternative gathering place on Wilton Drive. Wine tastings and events. Tuesday and Wednesday Late Night In the Biz.


924 N. Flagler Drive Fort Lauderdale Interracial Private Social Club. Bottle club memberships. Get your groove back on Wednesday nights with $2 drinks.


1508 N.E. 4th Ave. Fort Lauderdale Voted 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?).


2829 W. Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Nexus of the A-Gay List. Be Seen in the Scene (without making one). Food, folks, libations, and a killer Sunday Funday.


3073 NE 6th Avenue Wilton Manors A line-dancin’, tight blue jeans-wearin’ good time. Country and western music,

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two-steppin’, three-steppin’, pool tables, and themed events year ‘round. Cowboys and Indians was never this much fun, Pilgrim.


2031 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors Where 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.


321 W. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Private 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.


2400 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Cozy neighborhood bar with daily happy hour, and regular patrons. Show night Thursdays at 9 p.m. Karaoke Friday and Saturday nights, and with matinee on Sunday afternoon.


205 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale Levis-and-leather neighborhood bar, where the Bears line dance and the cowboys are VERY friendly.


2829 W Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Dance, shoot pool, drink til 4 a.m., 7 nights a week. Doors open at Midnight; dance til Dawn.


401 N. Fort Laud. Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale In the W Hotel on Fort Lauderdale Beach, downstairs it’s the elegant Whiskey Blue, up- stairs the luxe Living Room: hot dance and social settings in a distinctive atmosphere with signature cocktails and upscale patrons. Indoor and outdoor lounges.

bar guide o Miami / Miami Beach BAR 721

721 N. Lincoln Lane Miami Beach Plush, lush and flush, a luxe, sexy décor that includes soft carpeting, comfy couches and a Grown Up Playroom equipped with a flat screen TV for video games, pool table, ceiling-mounted speakers. Enjoy 5 to 10 p.m. happy hours including $6 premium drinks.


777 NE 79 St. Miami With an urban vibe on the weekends, a diverse crowd and a diverse musical format, including Hip Hop, R&B, House, Reggae, Soca, Latin and Old School. Gogo bois and drink specials.


2301 S.W. 32nd Ave. Miami Gay Latin scene, with Salsa, Merengue, Reggaeton, Hip Hop and House music always playing.

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950 NE 2nd Ave. Miami Hot music, hot scene, hot bartenders, and hot patrons in the hot heart of Downtown Miami.


1625 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach On Miami Beach’s famed Lincoln Road, never a cover. Drink specials all week long, live DJs, high energy music and a fun crowd getting their dance on til late.


1200 Ocean Drive Miami Beach This bar and restaurant in the heart of South Beach’s Art Deco District. Mouthwatering burgers, boys (and girls!). Weekend cabaret shows Thursday through Sunday.


727 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach Dance, 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.


34 NE 11th St. Miami Mingle and mix with gays and str8s in the heart of Downtown Miami. Indoor dance floors and outdoor rooftop bar, spectacular light show.


1057 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Great music, friendly staff, hot tourists and locals. Never a cover, always a groove. Bungalow Bar = Hot Men. In SoBe’s Art Deco District.


3215 NE 2nd Ave. Miami Urban, sophisticated and chic in Midtown Miami with a bar that ices over. New York pedigree meets Miami attitude. Nightly DJs, never a cover.

dining By Tim Slivinski The Forgotten Gem

Zuckerellos maintains their reputation as a consistent delight Amid the openings and closings of new restaurants in the world of food, it is sometimes way too easy to forget those restaurants which have been serving delicious food to our South Florida community for several years. Zuckerello’s is one of those places that sort of ‘flies under the radar’. Mention it to someone and they frequently will comment something like, “oh yeah, I haven’t been there in a while.” I must admit that I am guilty of the very same thing. A recent Saturday night saw my partner and I driving down Commercial Blvd. feeling hungry and ready not put off any longer ordering our main courses. for dinner. We saw Zuckerello’s and decided to pull The problem was narrowing the selection from so in. A fairly full parking lot was a good omen in the many options that sounded appealing. Every time slow summer season. we shared an idea about what to order, something We walked in to a dining room full of else on the menu seemed to grab our attention. I conversation, clinking forks and delicious aromas. finally decided to go traditionally Italian and ordered We were shown to a booth and realized that this veal parmesan. The other half is most definitely place is much larger than you may realize. The a lamb aficionado, so he decided to go with the dining room is extensive with different seating areas braised lamb shank that was being served over a of tables and booths and a full service bar at the rear risotto. of the restaurant. We placed a cocktail order with Upon ordering a second cocktail, our steaming our friendly server, and he reappeared quickly with a dinner plates arrived. Even after the fish cakes and basket of warm dinner rolls and a delicious garlicky salad, we were still feeling a tad ravenous. The veal sauce for dipping. parmesan was a traditional lightly breaded veal We decided to begin our gastronomic adventure cutlet served with marinara and a side of angel with an appetizer from the features menu; an order hair pasta. It was tender with a marinara that was of fish cakes sounded like a good beginning. They neither too tangy nor too sweet. It was what I had arrived perfectly crisp on the exterior and brimming envisioned when I placed my order: a traditional with moist fish on the interior. They were plated Italian favorite that did not disappoint. My partner atop a zingy, zesty, crispy red cabbage slaw that loved the combination of the saucy, braised lamb played a delicious flavor shank served over risotto. He declared it Zuckerello’s contrast to the fish cakes. perfectly cooked and delightfully flavorful. Drizzled over the cakes 3017 East Commercial Blvd. As we made our way through our dinners, Fort Lauderdale, FL was a cilantro aioli. It we found our hunger gradually satiated and 954-776-4282 was nice play on the knew we would each have an ample lunch the traditional crab cakes and following day. a feature I would happily order again. The appetizer Service at Zuckerello’s is friendly and efficient, plate was clean and ready to put away — quickly! and the menu offers a wide array of choices We both opted for a salad before our entrees. depending upon your appetite on any particular I love a Caesar salad before dinner, and a large evening. It clearly has a regular following in the bowl of crisp romaine with chunky, buttery, garlicky area, which explains why it has remained while so croutons and creamy Caesar dressing did not many other restaurants have come and gone. We disappoint. I was pleased to see bright green, fresh need to remember the places that have consistently romaine throughout the salad. My partner opted kept us fed over the years. Like Zuckerello’s, they are for a house salad, which was a refreshing mix of still with us because of a consistency in service, food greens, red onion, tomato, and Kalamata olives in quality and menu offerings. If you have not been to a creamy Italian style dressing. (The addition of the Zuckerello’s in a while, stop in and give them a try olives to a traditional green salad is a nice touch.) … soon! The time had come: We soon realized we could View more food reviews: 44 |


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By Paul Rubio

The Canine and Feline Globetrotter At some point in every jetsetter’s life comes an ephemeral yet difficult farewell to the canines and felines who love us unconditionally. Pet lovers rejoiced when upscale hotels began rolling out the red carpet for our beloved friends. The intricacies of pet-friendly travel, however, are far more complex than supervised doggie socials. Airlines have yet to match the pet-friendly paradigm, severely limiting choices for comfortable transportation. From domestic getaways to international immigration, it’s a tangled web of terms and conditions, restrictions, and hidden charges. According to Chris Nichol of www., advance planning and due diligence is the key to overcoming the diverse requirements for canine and feline globetrotters.


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Commercial Airlines – Airlines differ when it comes to rules for pet types, breed restrictions and whether pets can fly as carry-on baggage, checked baggage or cargo. Checking a pet as luggage or cargo carries risk, especially with seasonal variations, extreme temperatures, delays and airport mishaps. All pets require a certificate of good health from a veterinarian. Pocket Pets – To bring a small pet on a domestic flight as a carry-on, he or she must fit into a small IATA approved carrier with a waterproof bottom that fits under the seat in front. He or she cannot weigh more than 18 lbs and must be less than 12 inches tall. Note that most airlines will not allow more than two pets per cabin total. Size matters – A number of high-end hotels, like the RitzCarlton, the Four Seasons and the Mandarin Oriental, permit only small pets (usually under 30 lbs) and may charge a onetime cleaning fee for the duration of the stay. Pet Passport – Outside the continental U.S., each country and territory

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imposes its own restrictions and immigration rules. Chris recommends that all pet owners create a Pet Passport, a collection of all identifying and required documents for entering a given country, six months in advance. This will facilitate travel and avoid unwanted quarantine.

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Personal Jet or Charter – This is the superlative method for bypassing commercial restrictions on quantity, size and breeds. Pooch Palaces – Brands like Kimpton, Loews and Fairmont are committed to welcoming all pets at no extra charge. Most properties even boast in-house mascots, hamming it up in the lobby for Scooby snacks. View more travel tips:

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fitness By Tom Bonanti

Over 40 Fitness Guide So you’re over 40? Even though some in our youth-oriented, megalomaniac society may consider you to be over the hill, there’s no need to retire to your rocking chair – not yet! Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that, more and more, men are staying healthy and looking hotter and sexier way beyond 40, 50 and even 60. What are their secrets? No secrets at all, they’ve simply learned the importance of living wisely and taking care of themselves step by step, day by day. Here are some tips and preventative measures you can take right now to get your body ready for 50 more years of health and happiness. Consider your prostate. At 40, the prostate gland begins a growth spurt, a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia. If you’re peeing a lot at night, this may be happening to you. Don’t worry. Benign prostatic hyperplasia is rarely life-threatening. To treat this condition, see your doctor and get a prescription for alpha blockers which relax the prostate smooth muscle. In conjunction with this, a regular prostate exam is a must for all guys over 40. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, according to the American Cancer Society. Weight training is a must! Once you hit 50, you begin to lose muscle mass by as much as 15% per decade. In fact, one recent study states that at about the age of 25, guys begin to lose a half a pound of lean muscle per year! To stave off decreasing muscle mass, prevent back, hip and knee injuries, and protect against heart disease and high cholesterol, incorporate strength training into your exercise program. If you’re already lifting, keep up the good work. If you think it’s too late to start pumping iron, remember that you can still build lean muscle by lifting weights into your 80’s.


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Watch your gut. As guys age, their bellies tend to expand, resulting in dangerous amounts of visceral abdominal fat that can increase the risk of colorectal cancer and heart related problems, including heart attacks and strokes. If your waist exceeds 40 inches, you are asking for trouble! To prevent this dangerous girth, stay active, use the stairs at work. Take a walk before or after supper. Try implementing a half-hour of cardio into your workout plan at least 3 times a week. Do your crunches at night while watching TV. Watch what you eat. To reduce your risk of obesity, Type II Diabetes, hypertension, cancer and heart disease, be aware of good nutritional principles. Eat more high fiber, complex, low glycemic index carbohydrates such as whole grains, nuts, fresh fruits and vegetables to fuel your body. Get your protein from lean chicken and fresh cold water fish, which are high in Omega 3 fatty acids, the good fats that keep cholesterol levels in check. Deep six all processed fast foods and trans fats from your diet. Drink less. According to several studies, drinking beer and wine in moderation can deliver protection against heart attacks, strokes and hypertension. But, before you race off to Happy Hour, get the whole truth. Drinking more than one drink per day, defined as a 5 ounce glass of wine, one 12 ounce beer or 1.5 ounces of 80 proof liquor can increase your risk of liver disease and stroke, according to the Mayo Clinic. Fit, fabulous and over 40? Show them your stuff, you hot, smokin’ Daddy!

Tom Bonanti is a certified personal trainer and owner of Punp’n Inc Gym at 1271 NE 9th Ave, Fort Lauderdale. For more fitness tips for silver daddies, contact

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