• 2016 Staff Holiday Shopping Guide

    It’s already that time of year again, which means it’s time to go shopping for our friends and family. Each year the staff of South Florida Gay News likes to help make your life easier by providing you with fun and exciting gifts that anyone in your life would enjoy. No matter if you have a techie in your life or someone who likes health and beauty, we have something just for you to save you time on your shopping list this year. So, without further ado, we present you with our holiday shopping list.

  • Albright Joins SFGN Sales Team

    Jim Albright, an experienced advertising sales associate, has joined the staff at the SFGN. Albright, a native of Ohio, brings many years of expertise to the position.

  • Drama On The High Seas Tops The List of SFGN Stories From 2015

    A gay cruise in reverse, a Miami nightclub skipping out on paying its workers and a publisher’s blistering open letter to the owners of a piano bar. These stories top the list of heavy hitters, in terms of website traffic, in 2015 on SFGN.com

  • Forecast for a Fifth: SFGN Celebrates Four-Year Anniversary

    Our newspaper enters its fifth year, an impressive achievement in an emerging digital age.

  • Happy Anniversary SFGN

    Even though The Agenda was our direct competitor I am sad to see them gone. Whenever a newspaper goes out of business it’s a loss for everybody. I am very proud of being able to celebrate SFGN’s 7th anniversary.

  • Letter to the Editor: Why Does SFGN Hate America

    Your [Norm Kent’s] latest editorial “The Tabula Rasa of a New Year” suggest that we clean slate for the New Year and ends with listing many of the old ills of America.  Which is it? 

  • Meet the SFGN Sales Team

    Introducing you to the SFGN sales team, here to serve your company’s business and promotional needs.

  • OpEd: A 2018 Open Letter to Our SFGN Readers

    South Florida has become the heartbeat and soul of a proud queer community.

  • Peter Thiel: SFGN’s Person of the Year for 2016

    Each year, since its inception, SFGN has chosen one national figure as its ‘Person of the Year.’ Whether it was the Pope, or Tim Cook, the choices have not been easy.

  • SFGN Endorses Hillary Clinton

    It was the intention of this newspaper to publish its editorial endorsement for the presidency after the second debate, but we accelerate that process today.

  • SFGN Hosting First Mixer on April 20th

    “A new way to network” is the slogan for South Florida Gay News’ first ever networking mixer, being held at the award-winning Bull Market Bar in Fort Lauderdale. 

  • SFGN Wins 5 Florida Press Club Awards

    The Florida Press Club recently announced the winners to its annual Florida Press Club Excellence in Journalism Contest. SFGN took home five prizes including a first place win for best Illustration.

  • SFGN Wins Big in Sunshine State Awards

    This past weekend the Society of Professional Journalists Florida Pro Chapter announced the winners of their annual awards contest, the Sunshine State Awards, Florida’s premier journalism awards contest.

  • SFGN Wins Several Awards From The Society of Professional Journalists Florida Pro Chapter

    This weekend SouthFloridaGayNews.com took home several awards at SPJ Florida's annual Sunshine State Awards, Florida's premier journalism awards contest.

  • SFGN's Design Special Issue

    Here are stories from SFGN's special issue featuring home and design!

  • SFGN's Gaymer Special Issue

    Here are stories from SFGN's special issue featuring gaymer communities, LGBT-inclusive video games and more!

  • SFGN's Marijuana Special Issue

  • SFGN's OUT50 2017

    Welcome to SFGN’s fourth OUT50 list. When we decided four years ago to come up with this list we thought it would be difficult putting together enough names. It turned out the difficult part was narrowing it down to only 50 individuals.

  • SFGN's OUT50 2018

    Welcome to SFGN’s fifth OUT50 list.

  • SFGN's Pulse Special Issue

    They were mostly gay kids dancing in a nightclub, and their dreams, their futures, and their lives were snuffed out in an instant.