Boca Raton

  • 'Madam Secretary’ Co-Star Makes Florida Concert Debut in Boca

    “My musical tastes run all over the place,” said Erich Bergen, who will be performing in concert at Lynn University next week. “I listen to everything from Frank Sinatra to Helen Reddy to Jay-Z.”

  • Boca Allies Run City Hall: Conversion therapy for minors banned

    Five years ago this month the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council launched the Boca Bigots Run City Hall campaign to bring attention to what they perceived to be 20 years of slights against the LGBT community.

  • Fatherhood Changes Gay Man’s Life in New Play

    What do you give a gay man for his 40th birthday when he seems to already have everything? This guy has a loving partner, successful career and supportive parents, but when the 15-year-old son he never knew comes knocking on the door, he’s forced to reevaluate his life.

  • Faulk Center in Boca Launches Second LGBT Support Group

    In 2017, homosexuality seems to be a trending topic whether it is politics, fashion, sports, or entertainment. According to statista.com, millennials are the generation with the highest amount of “out” LGBT members.

  • Gay Whistleblower’s Lawsuit Continues

    In November SFGN wrote about Scott Melton, who was fired from Saint Andrew’s private school in Boca Raton. In the story, Melton, who is an openly gay, black, Jewish man, didn’t know if he was pushed out because of his sexuality, or because he was a whistleblower – or a combination of both.

  • New Play Tells Story of Local Glamour Girl

    Fort Lauderdale playwright Tony Finstrom’s eyes light up when he talks about Jan McArt.

  • Play Reading Series Features Gay Authors; Opens with “The Vivian Vance Story” on Monday

    South Florida audiences get to experience the creative process in action thank to Jan McArt’s New Play Reading Series at Lynn University in Boca Raton.

  • Relax In Style At iPic


    How would you like to watch a movie in a relaxing atmosphere?

  • Review: Slow Burn Plays ‘Chess’ to a Draw

    Amy Miller Brennan and the cast of Slow Burn Theatre’s production of “Chess” Credit: Gemma Bramham

    Who could have predicted that old Cold War tensions would flare up in Ukraine when Slow Burn Theatre Co. announced a spring production of “Chess,” the ‘80s rock opera from Benny Anderrson and Bjorn Ulvaes of ABBA and lyricist Tim Rice?

  • Steel Magnolias at The Wick

    The Wick Theatre (formerly the Caldwell) in Boca Raton launched its new production of “Steel Magnolias” on Friday, April 3. It will run through April 20 with matinees and evening performances. Times and tickets are available online at www.thewick.org.

  • Top Travel Destinations 2018

    New year, new travel memories. From rooftop drinks in a Southern legend to Central American jungle adventures, there’s fun to be had for every budget (and every time constraint!). Florida is close to some of the top destinations for 2018. If you haven’t made your travel itinerary for 2018 yet, pack your bags; here are five places where you can make the most of your new year.

  • Trans Student at FAU to bring LBT Sorority to Boca Raton Campus

    Breanne Taylor is sitting on the Breezeway on Florida Atlantic University’s campus in Boca Raton.