Bad Advice, Good Vibrations and Cosplay

Courtesy of Miss Richfield.

Miss Richfield 1981 brings her new show, “Bad Advice” to Sunshine Cathedral on Feb. 17. “Good advice is always annoying,” says Richfield. “But bad advice never is!”

The entertainer has historically sold-out the venue. Join Richfield as she unpacks a healthy heap of advice that promises to leave you entertained and maybe just a little annoyed! Just what we need in this state! As if our governor and he who shall not be named at Mar-a-Lago didn’t do that enough! Buy tickets at


Rock the Block will take over a stretch of Wilton Drive on Feb. 17, headlined by Miami-born “American Idol” season 7 runner-up, David Archuleta. Archuleta who made Out Magazine’s Out100 list in 2023, is returning to South Florida after many years. Archuleta has never performed live in Wilton Manors before.

“This will be my first time! I’m really looking forward to it,” said Archuleta, 33.

Joining Archuleta on the stage, and making his U.S. debut, is British singer/songwriter Benedict Cork. While many readers may not have heard of Cork, they may be familiar with his work. He wrote the arrangement of Cher’s “Believe” that singer Adam Lambert performed during The Kennedy Center Honors in 2019. Dance diva Reina Gee will also perform, as well as a few surprise guests.

General admission is $5, VIP tickets are $250 and include complimentary cocktails and a selection of hors d'oeuvres and appetizers from Apt 9f, a prime viewing area, and a meet and greet with the entertainers. Harmony Waves with the City of Wilton Manors are producing the event. Buy tickets at


The 10th annual Flame Con expo will take place on Aug. 17-18 at the Sheraton Times Square Hotel in New York City. Featuring a comics, arts, and entertainment expo and showcasing creators and special guests from all corners of the LGBTQ community, the two-day venture will include discussions, exclusive performances, and cosplay. Molly Knox Ostertag will be among the special guests for this year’s expo. Ostertag is the author of the graphic novel “The Deep Dark”, “The Girl from the Sea”, and the “Witch Boy trilogy: The Witch Boy”, “The Hidden Witch”, and “The Midwinter Witch”. An animated musical adaptation of “The Witch Boy” has been announced by Netflix. To celebrate the expo and its special anniversary, “Fireball: The Official Flame Con After Party” will be held on Aug. 17 at Hell’s Kitchen’s Industry bar. The event will be hosted by Megami, a cast member in the current season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”


Juggerknot Theatre Company, a Miami-based theatrical producer known for immersive and site-specific works, uses hotels, motels, and virtual worlds as its stages. Its latest venture is “Conjuring The King,” an immersive theatrical experience celebrating the King of Rock & Roll. The evening will be limited to 15 participants who will not just be watching but will be living the Elvis fan experience. There will be games, sing-alongs, and snacks. The event takes place in Miami’s Little River neighborhood, the location will be disclosed only to the 15 Elvis Fan Club members (aka ticket holders), per show. Tickets are $77, or $107 for the VIP level, which includes one complimentary drink and “Conjuring the King” swag. Buy tickets at


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2520 N. Dixie Highway,
Wilton Manors, FL 33305



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