As I ended last week’s editorial, so do I begin today’s.
It's the summer.
I had an interesting conversation with a local businessman while we were discussing his advertising contract. He complimented SFGN, saying that he had been foolish for not advertising in it for years.
There are few things more rewarding in life than watching a plant blossom.
You thought we had it won, and the cat was in the bag. Not quite.
The other day at the Grille Restaurant, a very nice gentleman came up to me, and paid a compliment about SFGN. He said, “You should be very proud. Your newspaper is the voice for our community.”
Publisher’s Note: This unsigned SFGN editorial ran in our May 5 newspaper. I’ve decided to rerun it since Wilton Manors installed their permanent Pride flag last week. But this editorial is a reminder that pride is more than just a flag.
As the publisher of the South Florida Gay News, I have to say thank you this week to a number of people and groups. Bear with me. Thank you speeches can be boring. Today’s should not be.
For decades, the LGBT community of South Florida has had a contentious relationship with the Broward County Sheriff.
‘To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, that thou cannot be false to any man.”
This week, as the Republicans carved out their presidential platform, they ‘softened’ their stand on gay marriage. They decided to leave it up to the states. How dumb can they be?
Beginning next Monday, Sept. 16, my talk radio show returns to the local airwaves, 2- 4 p.m. daily on WNN 1470 AM and 95.3 FM.
For months I have been meaning to write a column just featuring some of the stories and successes in our community.
The last-minute collapse of the OutGames in Miami is a disgrace that its Board and directors will never live down.
Welcome to the Mirror's Food and Wine Issue, the last one before the menu changes for every fine restaurant in Florida.
Florida is fortunate to have two political leaders on opposite extremes of the political spectrum team together as advocates for the rescheduling of marijuana.
I felt like a character from a Robert Heinlein novel. I was a stranger in a strange land.
The pavement is hot on the streets of New York in July.
'There's no there like being there.'
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, I thought I would share some personal thoughts.