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  • — Police say a New York City man has been arrested in connection with a bias attack in lower Manhattan against the first gay couple to be married at West Point.

  • The first meeting of Wilton Manors’ public art advisory committee yielded a lot of ideas and attendees expressing a desire to bring the city’s art scene into focus.

  • Alexander Guerra, co-owner of Hotel Gaythering, is all about art. An artist himself, whose photos of gorgeous male models in red rabbit masks adorn his hotel rooms, Guerra decided three years ago to do a group show for Art Basel called Art Gaysel, a play on everyone's mispronunciation of Art Basel. "They say Art Basil. Basil is a fresh market," Guerra laughs.

  • Art is returning to Wilton Drive this season. On the third Saturday of each month, artists and businesses will resume showcasing and selling their original work. It’s called the Wilton Manors Art Expo. The first one is Nov. 21 along Wilton Drive’s Art and Entertainment District.

  • When the Wilton Manors Arts & Entertainment Expo returns this Saturday, Jan. 21 from 6 to 9 p.m., it will be under new owners and a shortened season.

  • Here’s your opportunity to give art a chance. John Lennon’s artwork that is – his inspirational sketches, song lyrics and nearly 100 limited edition lithographs are going on display in South Florida.

  • Those who want to have an influence on the future of public art in Wilton Manors will have a chance with the city’s proposed public art advisory committee.

  • Four lesbian couples pressed a federal judge on Friday to overturn Mississippi's last-in-the-nation ban on allowing same-sex couples to adopt, but lawyers for the state argued the lawsuit should be tossed out.

  • It was the evening of Jan. 22 when artist Nara Rosa got a call that her mural had been defaced. A wall located at The Yard in Wilton Manors, what was once filled with paisley and floral prints was now covered over with silver bubble letters.

  • Religion and politics are generally not considered safe topics for polite conversation, but two new art exhibits opening this week will force viewers to confront prejudices about their faith and immigration.

  • Director Silvio Nacucchi talks about his strange gay parenting tale

  • A group of 49 artists from across the country have come together to pay their respects to the victims of Pulse by painting portraits and giving them as gifts to the victims’ family members. 

  • It’s been three years since the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

  • JACKSON, Miss. — The Mississippi Supreme Court voted to allow a lesbian couple to seek a divorce, even as two justices questioned the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage and suggested that landmark ruling has no constitutional basis.

  • Six months ago, Wilton Manors theater producer Ronnie Larsen was the first in the region to offer live shows following Centers for Disease Control and county guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Slowly, other South Florida arts organizations and performing art venues are reopening with socially-distanced concerts and productions.

  • There have been few opportunities to dress up since the COVID-19 pandemic curbed nightlife, galas and society events, but a welcome antidote to yoga pants and t-shirts is finally coming to South Florida.

  • Marc Jacobs, the famed fashion designer, evidently enjoys the company of men.

  • If you’ve ever walked along Wilton Drive on the third Saturday evening of the month, you may already know Rob Saunders.

  • Michael Sansevero wants Wilton Manors to take ownership of its art.

  • According to a 2012 Census report, 56.7 million Americans have a disability. This figure translates to roughly 19 percent of the population -- making people with disabilities the largest minority group in the country.

  • Arts, entertainment, and happenings around South Florida.

  • Thursday, 7/3


    Miami Beach promoter Edison Farrow, founder of the ever popular SoBe Social Club, launches a new Thursday night party tonight, Eye Candy Thursdays. Enjoy craft beers at music by DJ A.J. Reddy at ArtCADE, 235 12th St. in Miami Beach, part art gallery, part bar and most importantly, part arcade. We’ll be playing the vintage video games all night long. Remember Pac Man, Donkey Kong, Centipede, Frogger, Qbert and Galaga? You’ll find them all at Eye Candy Thursdays. Best part is there’s never a cover. For information, go to

    Friday, 7/4


    It’s Independence Day, so enjoy a traditional fireworks show. In Miami-Dade County, enjoy a concert by the Greater Miami Symphonic Band on the grounds of the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables or “Fire on the Fourth” at Lummus Park in Miami Beach. In Palm Beach County, Lake Worth celebrates the Great American Raft Race before fireworks over the Intracoastal Waterway while Zambelli Fireworks will light up the skies over Boca Raton at Sunset Cove Amphitheater. In Broward County, enjoy the fireworks shows on Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood Beaches and Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.

    Saturday, 7/5


    Our crystal ball is a bit foggy, but hey, who could have ever predicted the United States would make it out of the Group of Death in the first place? So, assuming out boys in red, white and blue knocked out Belgium on Tuesday, they’ll be playing either Argentina or Switzerland this afternoon. In any case, butch it up a bit and take in the game at one of the local bars: Sidelines Sports Bar, 2031 Wilton Dr.; The Alibi in the Shoppes of Wilton Manors; or Village Pub, 2283 Wilton Dr.

    Sunday, 7/6


    Lions, tigers and bears, oh my! Outside of a few scary gay bars, you’ll find furry beasts at Zoo Miami and, July 2 – 6, the zoo is offering $5 adult admission, a sweet summer deal. In addition to the exotic animal exhibits, guests will be treated to giveaways, refreshments and special activities. Don’t be a monkey and miss out on this special opportunity to see the animals. Zoo Miami is conveniently located near Exit 16 on the Florida Turnpike at 12400 SW 152nd St. For tickets and more information, go to

    Monday, 7/7


    Mondays are no longer dark in professional theaters across South Florida. Every Monday through Aug. 25,the South Florida Theatre League presents Summer Theatre Fest, free readings of new plays by local playwrights at member companies. Tonight, experience “Endless Song” by Andie Arthur at Lost Girls Theatre at the Deering Estate, 16701 SW 72nd Ave. in Miami, at 8 p.m. Arthur’s play is a comedic drama about chosen family, mental illness and Christmas Eve services that are all too “Jesus-y.” Fun! For more information and a complete list of Theatre Fest play readings, go to

    Tuesday, 7/8


    Halloween is still a few months away, but for fans of the macabre, Miami’s Frost Museum of Art, 10975 SW 17th St. on the campus of Florida International University, offers a chilling exhibition, “The School of Night,” from Cuban-American artist Arturo Rodriguez. The exhibit includes drawings and poetry from Rodriguez’s late night wanderings, including ghastly masks and shadows of the artist and his wife traveling through his vaguely discernable dreams. The exhibit is free and open to the public through Sunday. For more information, go to

  • Thursday, 7/31


    Miami Spice, Miami-Dade’s two-month-long dining festival, kicks off tonight with the Iron Fork gala from 7 – 10 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Miami, 400 SE 2nd Ave. in downtown Miami. Taste the specialties of more than 50 restaurants, sample cocktails at 18 bar stations and mingle throughout 75,000 sq. ft. of displays, entertainment and silent auctions. Proceeds benefit Share Our Strength. Tickets are $50 general admission and $85 VIP early admission at For information about Miami Spice dining specials in August and September, go to

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