Read about Black LGBT men and women who made a name of themselves in history to honor during Black History Month.

Is it any surprise that after almost four years of hatemonger Trump’s dangerous and divisive presidency, the most powerful films being released at the end of his reign of terror are about outsiders struggling to find a place to fit in the tattered fabric of this country?

After having a home for five years, my owners got divorced and no one wanted me in the end.

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Remembering Magno Morales

Case of Accused Miami Gay Bashers Moving Forward

Miami-Dade Police Ask For Help in Solving Murder of Black Trans Woman

Man Recovering After Hit-and-Run Incident in Fort Lauderdale

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Biden Signs EO to Undo Trump’s Trans Military Ban

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Remembering Bill Eld

Island City World Premiere Strikes a Nerve

A Colorful Mosaic of Queer Japan

Firth, Tucci Shine in ‘Supernova’

Pandemic Pleasures: What the Celebs Indulge In

Comings and Goings: Some Local Restaurant News

Rick's Reviews | Tulio’s Tacos and Tequila

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