The world was stunned when mother/daughter movie stars Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher died unexpectedly in late December. Fisher suffered a massive heart attack on December 23 and succumbed four days later. Reynolds passed the following day after a stroke. Some have speculated that Reynolds died of "broken heart syndrome."
8/18 UPDATE:BSO has arrested Kimberly Mathis, who was identified as the driver who hit a 2-year-old boy in Oakland Park and drove away. The department says that it recieved numerous tips after the media shared surveillance video of Mathis, which helped identify her. She was arrested at her North Lauderdale home and has been charged with failing to stop/remain at an accident involving injury.
After years of delays it appears the case of four men accused of attacking a gay couple in 2018 on Miami Beach is inching towards a resolution.
Comcast Business Presents the GFLGLCC Quarterly Networking Luncheon
Russia's controversial anti-gay "homosexuality propaganda" laws won't stop the 2014 breakout film "Pride" from being released in the conservative country.
“The Lawyer,” a film that has taken the film festival circuit by storm, is coming to South Florida for a special screening.
A 20-year-old young man from the Jersey Shore, Constanti Moraitis, who appeared as Dmitri Kane in gay porn films, apparently took his own life on Sunday evening. The young man had appeared in films for Next Door Casting and Collegedudes.com.
Life in the world of “Don’t Say Gay” is a dark place.
Former journalist and documentary filmmaker John Scagliotti has devoted his 40-year career to sharing the history of the LGBTQ community.
BBC America will celebrate National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11 with the U.S. premiere of “Queers,” a day-long festival of eight dramatic monologues exploring the lives of British LGBT people, both past and present.
Director Silvio Nacucchi talks about his strange gay parenting tale
Years before “Hamilton” became a global phenomenon, Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote a little show about his childhood neighborhood and its colorful residents, “In the Heights.”
Once again, the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF), opening Nov. 4, will feature more than 100 screenings, including world, regional and Florida premieres of the best in indie, short and documentary films.
Without a non-discrimination law, LGBT Floridians are vulnerable to being denied healthcare, credit and more.
This week read about Kumi Yokoyama accusing Japan of "lagging behind" on LGBT rights, and Sounds of Australia inducting a gay and lesbian radio station.
This week check out why Uganda is urged to decriminalize same-sex relationships, and how the Human Rights Campaign rates Mexico on its LGBT inclusion in the workplace.
Gertrude Stein may have famously said, “A rose is a rose is a rose.” Perhaps what she really meant is, “A rosé is a rosé is a rosé.”
An LGBT senior housing project was vandalized in Massachusetts, and a school in Wisconsin will celebrate June as Pride Month from now on.
This week read about Queen Latifah telling the public she is part of the LGBT community as well as Tyler Posey and Jack Dylan Grazer coming out.
(WB) D.C. gay Libertarian Party activist Bruce Majors appears to have won his party’s nomination for the city’s congressional delegate seat and for the position of chair of the Libertarian Party as a write-in candidate in the city’s June 21 primary.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Catholic University student group postponed a screening of a movie about gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk after school officials raised questions about a flier linking the event to LGBT awareness month.
(WB) Jamaican Health and Wellness Minister Christopher Tufton last week said people who access his country’s mental health care system should not experience discrimination based on their sexual orientation and gender identity.
Emanuel Xavier (born 1970) is a Latinx poet, spoken word artist, author, editor and LBGT activist.
When Russian forces invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, it unleashed a wave of worldwide sympathy not seen since the World Wars of the previous century.
When Joseph R. Biden became president of the United States, he was 78 years old.
(EDGE) In a new interview with People magazine, actor Josh Gad is speaking out about the so-called "gay moment" in the upcoming live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast."
A local filmmaker’s documentary of adoption in LGBT families is now available to the public.
New Mormon church rules targeting gay members and their children have triggered a firestorm of backlash from church members of all political backgrounds.
If I could kiss the personification of the film “My Beautiful Laundrette,” I would. This was a 1985 film centering on a Pakistani-English gay man and his attempts in opening up a laundry business, while resisting the racial tensions of Margaret Thatcher's London.
South Florida continues to be an epicenter for new HIV/AIDS infections.
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