Danny Tritto has been part of the Front Runners & Walkers Fort Lauderdale Club for six years, but before that, he never ran.
An attempt to revive South Florida’s fractured bear community is underway.
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Gay Israeli filmmaker Eytan Fox’s 2002 movie “Yossi & Jagger,” as well as its 2012 sequel “Yossi,” was a groundbreaking look at gays and the military.
Just about everyone is connected to someone who’s been affected by breast cancer. Here’s a chance to learn some of their stories.
Check out these 10 hot tickets for fall.
Now that the joyful flurry of midnight courthouse weddings that immediately followed the legalization of same-sex marriage in Florida is over, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is throwing a massive group wedding celebration on the beach in front of the W Hotel on Thursday, February 5th, at sunrise, to welcome the world to what may be the best wedding location imaginable for LGBT couples and their guests.
Graham Kolbeins' new documentary “Queer Japan” is a colorful, if sometimes dizzying portrait of LGBT life in several major Japanese cities, starting with Tokyo.
Do you know what Glutathione is?
When Geoff O’Neill wants to get a taste of his homeland, crumpets in particular, he goes to Pond Hoppers.
Ask just about any gay man which “Golden Girls” character he identifies closest and the overwhelming answer is likely going to be Blanche, but not Jason B. Schmidt.
D. James Kennedy Ministries, created by the same pastor who founded Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, addressed the fervor surrounding Fort Lauderdale giving the church a proclamation during its weekly Facebook Live.
D. James Kennedy Ministries responded to the outcry from the LGBT community after Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church was celebrated by the city of Fort Lauderdale, saying it was “deeply disappointed.”
It’s been more than a year since Fort Lauderdale-based Symphony of the Americas tapped Spanish conductor Pablo Mielgo as only its second artistic director.
Beginning on Saturday, April 17, the Symphony of the Americas will once again take the stage at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale, their first live concerts since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered performance venues more than a year ago.
If you’re like most gay men, you can quote nearly every one-liner from the seven-season run of “The Golden Girls.”
Nearly two decades ago, then-Fort Lauderdale resident Robby Kendall dreamed up a fun gay-themed soap opera that found its way to the ArtServe building stage for multiple performances over two years.
Audiences are raving about Epiphany Theatre production of “Nunsense A-men!” playing through May 22 at Eliot Hall on the Fort Lauderdale United Church of Christ campus, 2501 NE 30th St.
Tormented Trails, a 20-minute walk through woods filled with scary twists and turns, returns to Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100th Ave in Davie, Oct. 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 and 31.
You’re the detective in the new, outdoor interactive theater experience, “Art Heist Experience,” March 16 – April 4 at the Arsht Center in Miami and the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale.
The Classic Gateway Theatre, closed for more than a year due to COVID, is expected to reopen soon under the management of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF). The festival signed the lease agreement late last month and immediately set out cleaning the historic 70-year-old movie house.
The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center will present “Through the White Door,” a documentary photo project by photojournalist Smiley Pool from April 8 – 30 at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, 2414 E. Sunrise Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale.
“Mis-Information – True and Not-So-True Early Information About AIDS,” the latest exhibit at Stonewall National Museum & Archives (SNMA), 1300 E. Sunrise Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, opens on Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. with a reception and curatorial talk by Executive Director Hunter O’Hanian.
ArtServe, Broward County’s largest non-profit arts service organization, regularly hosts traditional exhibitions inside its Fort Lauderdale gallery, but on July 19 from 6 to 10 p.m., the art and artists will spill into the neighboring parking lot and onto Sunrise Boulevard for the largest live multimedia art event of the year.
Bonnet House Museum & Gardens will be in full bloom this weekend as the historic landmark hosts its 9th Annual Orchid, Garden and Gourmet Food Festival.
The beaches and nightclubs of Fort Lauderdale will be filled with bears and cubs as part of the 3rd annual BeachBear Weekend. This year’s event will be no exception.
A Black woman was swimming. The police were called. She was kicked out.
Business at the Boardwalk, a gay strip club in Fort Lauderdale, was interrupted last Thursday, June 5, as undercover police officers raided the bar.
City and business leaders gathered on a construction site in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday to celebrate the building of a train station intended to revolutionize travel in South Florida.
To attract more gay parents with children, hotels might consider installing baby-changing stations in their men's restrooms.
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