“Queer (Dis)pleasure” Workshop

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Reading Queer a rather unique Miami based organization that was formed to preserve & promote queer literary culture in South Florida, has a new Event in their calendar that caught queerguru’s eye. “Queer (Dis)Pleasure” is a writing workshop with with E. Parker Phillips, a teacher, writer and performer and  will be using equipment from the BDSM … Continue reading



Ballet Boyz are heading back to London

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  By the time you read this the incomparable all-male Ballet Boyz troupe will literally be jetting back to their London base after their amazing critically-acclaimed sold-out Tour of Florida.  The queerguru team counts themselves very lucky as we saw their performance last Friday night at the South Miami Dade Cultural Center.  It was sheer bliss. … Continue reading



Club Jewel Box for one raunchy night of queer poetry, performance and film

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  CLUB JEWEL BOX is a one-night installation presented by Flaming Classics and celebrating queer poetry, performance and avant-garde cinema on Friday 13th April. Named after one of Miami’s first queer clubs, this ephemeral space celebrates Miami’s queer past, present, and future. Guests are invited to cruise the space, taking in six films that are paired … Continue reading



David LaChapelle comes to Town

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The fine-art  photographer David LaChapelle is making a stop on his World Tour in Miami to promote a two-volume project to complete his five-book, career-spanning anthology. In Lost + Found, Part I, LaChapelle unveils a visual record of the times we live in.     Together with Good News, Part II, it represents a sublime concluding chapter to … Continue reading



HERVÉ KOUBI What The Day Owes To The Night

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The fact that the  French-born choreographer Hervé Koubi only learned of his Algerian heritage as an adult is quite remarkable when you see what this discovery led too. The revelation prompted his first trip to Algiers at age of 25, where he held auditions, received 250 (mostly self-taught) dancers and selected twelve, whom he calls his … Continue reading



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