• Meet the SFGN Sales Team

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

  • Mirror: Explore The Unexpected Unconventional Museums

    Head to Wikipedia and you’ll find this definition for “museum:” A museum is an institution that cares for a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical or scientific importance.

  • Never Miss A Gay Headline — Sign Up to Our E-blast

    SFGN is asking its readers to re-sign up for its thrice weekly e-blasts.

  • Op-Ed; Are Trump Supporters Trashing SFGN ?

    Free speech is a bitch. It gives you the right to say whatever you want, but it gives the prick you hate that same right.

  • OpEd: A 2018 Open Letter to Our SFGN Readers

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

  • OpEd: Hope is Forever

    On June 5, 1981, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, published a report describing cases of a rare lung infection in five young, previously healthy, gay men in Los Angeles.

    Within days, doctors from across the U.S. shared stories of seemingly similar reports within their own communities. 

  • OpEd: SFGN endorses Mayor Pete for President 

    The newspaper you hold in your hand has spent the past ten years and 500 issues illuminating LGBT lives, advocating for the causes we find in common, standing up for the rights we hold so dear.

  • OpEd: SFGN’s Car Issues Should Have You Roaring to Go

    There was a time when you picked up a weekend newspaper and every other page was an advertisement for new car dealerships. cars are america’s favorite toy.

  • Out50: Astrid Rodriguez

    Astrid Rodriguez Carranza is a Managing Director - Investments at Wells Fargo Advisors, which she joined in 1997. Astrid earned her bachelors degree in finance at Barry University. Notably, she is on the board of the Aqua Foundation for Women. This organization supports the LBT community in the South Florida area, and she plays an integral role in the Foundations ability to support its grants, scholarships, and initiatives. 

  • Out50: Barbara Singer & Fran Epstein

    Barbara Signer (not Singer) and her wife Fran Epstein, retired from careers in New York and moved to Florida in 2011. Almost immediately they engaged in a variety of visible causes, political and educational, including Democratic Party programs, the Point Foundation, Planned Parenthood, Our Fund and Equality Florida, to name a few of the 26 programs listed on their combined resumes. 

  • Out50: Carson Graham

    Carson Graham was born April 11, 1993 in Pembroke Pines. By age 2, he knew there was something different about him.  When he was 19, he came out to his mother who threw him out of his home. His father was Jamaican and had died a few years earlier; he was surprised that his Jamaican family members were more supportive than his mother.

  • Out50: Clarence Brooks

    Clarence Brooks said that he started dancing by accident.

  • Out50: Daisy Deadpetals

    Daisy Deadpetals is in full bloom this spring. The veteran drag queen puts on a show at Rumors, Lips, Boardwalk, and Camelot. Making people laugh keeps her inspired. 

  • Out50: Damian Pardo

    Damian Pardo’s professional resume is impressive to say the least. He is vice president at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, but also serves as chair of 4Ward Miami —the non-profit organization which hosts the Gay8 Festival. True leadership is exemplified in the roles Pardo plays beyond his own professional duties. As co-founder of the Gay8 festival, Damian is proud of what it has accomplished in a few short years. 

  • Out50: Daniel Tilley

    Daniel Tilley has certainly taken action in his career.

  • Out50: David Thall

    Treating others with care is in David Thall’s pedigree.

  • Out50: Doug Pew

    Doug Pew got involved in South Florida’s gay choral movement thanks to his partner, Don Croxton. Croxton was a member of the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus for several years and was among a dozen men who organized The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida in the summer of 2010. 

  • Out50: Dr. Ana Puga & Requel Lopes

    Years ago, treating people with HIV brought Drs. Ana Puga and Requel Lopes together.  At the time, Dr. Puga referred her patients to Lopes for acupuncture. But that was then. 

  • Out50: Dr. David Warner

    As the owner of Island City Smiles, David Warner said “attention to detail” is what separates his practice from others.

  • Out50: Dr. Russell Sassani

    Dr. Russell Sassani, board-certified plastic surgeon, was born in Pennsylvania and raised in New Jersey. After completing his general surgery and plastic surgery training at Penn in Philadelphia he came to Florida in 1994 to do further fellowship training in Craniofacial surgery at the University of Miami as well as an Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship. He fell in love with Florida and joined a practice here.