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Aqua Girl 2013It seems the closer we get to Aqua Girl, the hotter the weather. Come May 15, Mother Nature will be experiencing heat flashes with the convergence of hundreds of women partying for a cause. The proceeds of the 14 spectacular events directly benefit the Aqua Foundation for Women, a non-profit organization that serves our community through scholarships, grants, mentorships, and initiatives.

Below is just a sampling of the can’t-miss events. For more info visit the Aqua Girl site:

Aqua Rock
Wednesday, May 15
9PM - 2 AM
Churchill’s Pub
Buy now: $8 members/$9 non-members
$12 at the door

Traffic Jam
Thursday, May 16
Dream Nightclub
Buy now: $8 members/$10 non-members
$15 at the door

Temptation
Friday, May 17
Grand Central
Buy now: $15 members/$20 non-members
$25 at the door

Fuego
Saturday, May 18
Nikki Beach
Buy now: $25 members/$30 non-members
$35 at the door

Beach House Pool Party & Tea Dance
Sunday, May 19
The National Hotel
Buy now: $10 members/$15 non-members
$25 at the door


Tuesday, 30 April 2013 18:31

Go down under with “Submerged”

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Catch the East Coast premier of “Submerged” this weekend with two showings. Director Sophie O’Connor takes you deep into the life of a Gen Y woman named Jordan and, in the end, leaves you inundated with questions. True to this generation, she isn’t into labels and uses sex to cope with her feelings of loss, love, and frustration. Leave your inhibitions at the concession stand and enjoy.

Showtimes:
Saturday, May 4, 4:30 p.m.
O Cinema-Miami Shores
9806 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, FL 33138
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Sunday, May 5, 1:30 p.m.
Coral Gables Art Cinema
260 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Buy Tickets

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Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (MGLFF)On April 26, the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (MGLFF) will open its curtain for the 15th year. The MGLFF is celebrated for its program of feature films, documentaries and short films by, about and of interest to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.

The highlight of the festival will be Ally Award presentation to actor-author-director James Franco, for his career accomplishments and his unwavering support of the LGBT community. The presentation will take place on Saturday, April 27, at the Olympia Theater at Gusman Center in downtown Miami immediately preceding the film Out In The Dark at 9:15 p.m.

Ladies, there are plenty of films for us. Visit our preview of the can’t miss films of the week and for more information about the MGLFF or purchase tickets, please visit www.mglff.com. Don’t miss out, the Festival ends May 5.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 17:07

Karina Iglesias is a knock out

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Karina Iglesias rocked a new look and a powerful rendition of Lenny Kravitz’s seminal hit “Are You Gonna Go My Way” this week on NBC’s The Voice. She battled a fellow Miami-native, Monique Abbadle who sang Celine Dion’s “Power of Love.

In the end, Shakira declared Karina Iglesias the winner of the Knock Out round and sent her to the live performance shows. Make sure you catch The Voice every Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. and support our local super star!

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Last week on The Voice, Karina Iglesias sang a battle-duet with Judith Hill, the early front-runner to win it all. Their coach, Adam Levine asked them to sing, “It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World,” and man did they sing it.

The performance garnered a standing ovation from all for judges, the audience, and television viewers nation-wide. This was, by far, the best duet of all of the seasons of The Voice and American Idol, for that matter.

Unfortunately, there could only be one winner and Adam Levine chose the former back-up singer to Michael Jackson, Judith Hill. However, because The Voice’s Steal rule, Shakira quickly jumped in and saved Karina from elimination.

We were as excited as Karina, who screamed, “Latina Power!” after hugging her new coach.

Catch Karina on The Voice on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC, read our original interview and update when she auditioned, and then watch the performance everyone is talking about.

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Last week on The Voice, Karina Iglesias sang a battle-duet with Judith Hill, the early front-runner to win it all. Their coach, Adam Levine asked them to sing, “It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World,” and man did they sing it.

The performance garnered a standing ovation from all for judges, the audience, and television viewers nation-wide. This was, by far, the best duet of all of the seasons of The Voice and American Idol, for that matter.

Unfortunately, there could only be one winner and Adam Levine chose the former back-up singer to Michael Jackson, Judith Hill. However, because The Voice’s Steal rule, Shakira quickly jumped in and saved Karina from elimination.

We were as excited as Karina, who screamed, “Latina Power!” after hugging her new coach.

Catch Karina on The Voice on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC, read our original interview and update when she auditioned, and then watch the performance everyone is talking about.

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Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (MGLFF)On April 26, the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (MGLFF) will open its curtain for the 15th year. The MGLFF is celebrated for its program of feature films, documentaries and short films by, about and of interest to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.

The highlight of the festival will be Ally Award presentation to actor-author-director James Franco, for his career accomplishments and his unwavering support of the LGBT community. The presentation will take place on Saturday, April 27, at the Olympia Theater at Gusman Center in downtown Miami immediately preceding the film Out In The Dark at 9:15 p.m.

Ladies, there are plenty of films for us. Visit our preview of the can’t miss films of the week and for more information about the MGLFF or purchase tickets, please visit www.mglff.com. Don’t miss out, the Festival ends May 5.

Thursday, 18 April 2013 13:49

Miami Beach Pride 2013

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Miami Beach Pride 2013Miami Beach Pride 2013 was an amazing sight. Imagine 80,000 people in your backyard celebrating their love. The event was a success thanks to the support and dedication of so many sponsors and volunteers that made the 5th annual event a success – and Boundmag.com didn’t miss a single beat, from block parties to pool parties, we were there (and the reason why we are all still sunburned and exhausted). Adam Lambert as the headliner for Sunday night was close to amazing. We loved him on Idol, and when we found out he was family it made us love him even more. Thank you Danny Hilton for being the appetizer – he bought it, cute, sexy, British and very talented. Danny Hilton you did us good. Thank you. Other incredible performers over the weekend included the stupid good DJ Theresa and Lady Bunny, as well as Crystal Waters and Lady M. Azucar Nightclub held its first ever high-heel race from 9th Street to 12th Street before the start of the parade - which, by the way, brought a record 173 floats down Ocean Drive all under the blessing of this year’s Grand Marshall Mayor Matti Bower.

If you can’t remember all the fun you had, check out the Miami Beach Gay Pride album under Event Pix.

Wednesday, 17 April 2013 15:00

Miami Beach Pride 2013

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Miami Beach Pride 2013Miami Beach Pride 2013 was an amazing sight. Imagine 80,000 people in your backyard celebrating their love. The event was a success thanks to the support and dedication of so many sponsors and volunteers that made the 5th annual event a success – and Boundmag.com didn’t miss a single beat, from block parties to pool parties, we were there (and the reason why we are all still sunburned and exhausted). Adam Lambert as the headliner for Sunday night was close to amazing. We loved him on Idol, and when we found out he was family it made us love him even more. Thank you Danny Hilton for being the appetizer – he bought it, cute, sexy, British and very talented. Danny Hilton you did us good. Thank you. Other incredible performers over the weekend included the stupid good DJ Theresa and Lady Bunny, as well as Crystal Waters and Lady M. Azucar Nightclub held its first ever high-heel race from 9th Street to 12th Street before the start of the parade - which, by the way, brought a record 173 floats down Ocean Drive all under the blessing of this year’s Grand Marshall Mayor Matti Bower.

If you can’t remember all the fun you had, check out the Miami Beach Gay Pride album under Event Pix.

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Mentoring, Direct Service, Prevention Education

NVEEE is a community-based 501(c)(3) made up of a diverse team of professional educators, business leaders, parents and students who took their concerns about student safety and well-being and put their passion into action–moving from bystanders to community leaders.

NVEEE has reached nearly 10,000 teachers, students, parents, and community leaders through their Mentoring Program, Peace Ambassador Program, After School Program, and their signature Not On My Watch School-wide Bullying Prevention Programs.

Headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, with offices in Miami, NVEEE directly impacts the South Florida community, and now their work is expanding to communities in California, Georgia, New York, North, Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, DC and Puerto Rico.

Get involved:
Click to donate to NVEEE and/or to volunteer.

Contact:
www.nveee.org
954-561-2626
855-2-Be-A-Voice
PO Box 23837
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33307

Mission:
To prevent bullying, violence, and suicide among youth, families and communities through direct service, mentoring and prevention education.

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