Lake Worth

  • Boots, live music and delicious chili are all expected to be seen this Sunday from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Penny's at the Duke in Lake Worth as hundreds of people attend the Fourth Annual Gay Chili Cook Off, a benefit for Compass’ LGBT youth group.

  • The Lake Worth City Commission brought conversion therapy to the table at their Dec. 13 meeting, a vote that was possible thanks to the efforts of the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council (PBCHRC) as well as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR).

  • On Sunday, Mar 23, between 150 and 200 people gathered at the front steps of Lake Worth City Hall to encourage state legislators to overturn anti-gay legislation and a constitutional amendment denying same sex couples the right to marry in Florida.

  • Late Monday evening, hundreds of members from the Lake Worth community gathered to mourn the lives that were lost this past weekend in Orlando.

  • Andy Amoroso, the first openly-gay City Commissioner in Palm Beach County (Lake Worth, District 4) announced that the city will take up the banner of marriage equality for LGBT Floridians with a demonstration on March 23 at 2 p.m. on the steps of Lake Worth City Hall at 7 N. Dixie Highway.

  • Rev. Fred Gray remembers the time before the AIDS Quilt and all the progress that has been made since it was first stitched 30 years ago. Now, he hopes that bringing the AIDS Quilt to his church, United Church of Christ Fort Lauderdale, will be one small stitch in preventing an unraveling of the progress woven so far.

  • Rev. Fred Gray remembers the time before the AIDS Quilt and all the progress that has been made since it was first stitched 30 years ago. Now, he hopes that bringing the AIDS Quilt to his church, United Church of Christ Fort Lauderdale, will be one small stitch in preventing an unraveling of the progress woven so far.

  • Penny Johnson is having a party and says you and your fabulous cowboys and cowgirls are invited. This Sunday, join her for a country good ole time at the second annual Gay Chili Cook-Off.  All the fun and madness will go down at her venue, Penny’s at the Duke, a bar occupying the former Duke Lounge off Dixie Highway.

  • An SFGN investigation has revealed that law enforcement officers in Palm Beach County are stopping men and questioning them in at least one public park with no legal basis to do so.