SFGN

  • Out50: Scott Greenberg

    Scott Greenberg came to South Florida to launch the Freedom Fund — an organization working to counter the disproportionate harm of LGBT mass incarceration.

  • Out50: Shawn Palacious

    Shawn Palacious is everywhere! On any given weekend, he can be seen appearing as his glamorous and equally outrageous drag alter ego, Kitty Meow, at Georgie’s Alibi / Monkey Bar in Wilton Manors.

  • Out50: Sobourney Barnes

    Sobourney Barnes has been involved in serving the LGBT community since college — and doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon. 

  • Out50: Sue Martino

    Sue Martino, 64, was born and raised in New York City. In the mid-70s, she DJed at La Femme (later De Ja Vu), one of the first women’s bars in NYC. Coming out was not difficult for Martino and her family had no problem with having a lesbian in the family.

  • Out50: Teri Johnston

    Key West Mayor Teri Johnston celebrated alongside Dar, her partner and wife of 35 years and mother of their two daughters at this year’s Pride festivities. 

  • Out50: Todd Thompkins

    Some teachers inspire students in such a way you can tell it’s their calling, not just a job. Todd Thompkins is one of them. He teaches AP Physics and Honors Physics at Michael Krop Senior High.  He won the school’s Teacher of the Year in 2017.

  • Out50: Toni Barone

    Toni Barone retired from Sears and went to work. After 23 years of retail, including executive management, she found a new challenge in owning and operating bars and night clubs and raising funds for nonprofit agencies.

  • Out50: Victor Warren

    Victor Warren is the current chair person of SunServe, a nonprofit social services agency serving the LGBT community in South Florida. Before being elected chair, Warren served for two terms as vice chair. 

  • Out50: Virginia "Ginny" Apuzzo

    All of them describe Virginia “Ginny” Apuzzo.  The New York native played a pivotal role in LGBT civil rights and the fight against AIDS. A former nun, Apruzzo came out after Stonewall and never looked back.

  • Out50: Yvonne Rohrbacher

    Yvonne Rohrbacher is a 60-year-old wunderkind who moved to Florida from Stow, Ohio in her mid-20s and almost immediately set about working to support the LGBT movement in its fight for recognition and equality.

  • 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.

  • Pompano Bill:Update

    Dozens of readers have contacted us concerning the whereabouts of a memorial for Pompano Bill.

  • Results of Last Weeks E-Blast Poll

    Every week we ask our readers ananonymous random question in our E-Blast. Last weeks question was "If you voted today... Who would you vote for?"

  • Results of Last Weeks E-Blast Poll Nov.18, Do you eat Chick-Fil-A?

    Every week we ask our readers ananonymous random question in our E-Blast. Last weeks question was 'What is your favorite bar activity?'

  • Results of Last Weeks E-Blast Poll Nov.5

    Every week we ask our readers ananonymous random question in our E-Blast. Last weeks question was "Would You Rather Be Able To Breathe Underwater Or Have The Agility Of A Cat?

  • Results of Last Weeks E-Blast Poll Oct.14

    Every week we ask our readers ananonymous random question in our E-Blast. Last weeks question was "If You Could Be A Member Of Any TV-Sitcom Family, Which Would It Be?"

  • Results of Last Weeks E-Blast Poll Oct.21

    Every week we ask our readers ananonymous random question in our E-Blast. Last weeks question was "If You Could Close One Fast Food Chain, Due To Disgusting Food, What Would You Pick?"

  • Results of Last Weeks E-Blast Poll Oct.28

    Every week we ask our readers ananonymous random question in our E-Blast. Last weeks question was " You're In The Circus, Would You Rather Be The Person With Their Head Inside The Lion's Mouths Or Get Shot Out Of The Cannon?"

  • 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.