Imagine the sound and vibration of an old-fashioned electric heater going through your whole body. Imagine gasping for air with every step you take. Imagine rubbing Icy Hot all over your head to soothe a painful headache. Imagine your eyes in a bowl of water while you’re still seeing through them. Imagine collapsing and waking up in the ER only to find out COVID-19 attacked your central nervous system, and the doctor had just saved you from a stroke.
An ex-gay support group is crying foul as the city of Cincinnati, Ohio sends its conversion therapy cash cow to the slaughterhouse.
With the recent cold front, you might not have noticed Wilton Manors is once again hot.
The astute can predict the future — with more than a modicum of confidence — by examining history.
Dear Mayor Trantalis and Pastor Pacienza: I welcome the spirit of your recent joint statement regarding the controversy arising from the proclamation honoring Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church and Westminster Academy on the occasion of the church’s 60th anniversary.
I am outraged that the Fort Lauderdale City Commission is honoring this church on its 60th anniversary.
Mr. Kent, I read your op-ed (“The Republican Party Supports a Racist Cult,” Jan. 28) and found it disturbing that anyone would, not only "think" this way, but actually publish such off-putting, insulting, and false statements.
This past Tuesday, Kareem Awadalla walked into the City Commission Chambers. As a journalist, he was there to look his elected officials in the eye and listen to their views on the many critical issues our commission planned to address that evening.
In the midst of a polarizing disagreement around the colors of the Pride flag, several members of Miami-Dade’s LGBTQ Advisory Board may be showing their true colors.
This past week, we remembered the late Mayor Justin Flippen. He was affectionately referred to as “the Peoples’ Mayor,” a title he undoubtedly deserved.
I'm writing to ask you to run a public service blurb, once again, to alert tourists and snowbirds, heading for the warm fun and frolics of Wilton Manors, about the speed trap on NE 26th Street, perpetrating as a school zone.
In Neil Burmeister’s recent letter (We Forgave President Obama. Isn’t It Time to Forgive Coral Ridge?) to SFGN, he attempts to gaslight the readers of SFGN and it begs a response.
Is the pro-pandemic, genocidal GOP still the party of the defeated, deranged racist traitor Donald Trump?
I must admit, when City Manager Leigh Ann Henderson told me the city wanted to become a COVID-19 vaccination site, I was immediately filled with fear.
As a long-time member of the LGBT community, I was dismayed by the reaction to the mayor's action.
Unfortunately, the appearance of Wilton Manors hasn’t always lived up to the personality of Wilton Manors.
Less than a month ago, SFGN’s coverage of the Wilton Manors City Commission’s desire for its city boards to be more inclusive, explicitly including the trans community in its board diversity policy.
Many residents in Wilton Manors received a legislative action alert request directly from the city, encouraging them to email their State Representatives with the statement that “short-term vacation rentals are bringing down property values, and in many cases, forcing residents to put their home on the market.”
At a city commission meeting, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) provided an update about various traffic and traffic safety concerns to the city commission.
Reader responds to publisher’s editorial “AHF - Stirring the National Conscience on HIV/AIDS”
Dear Mayor Resnick and Commissioner Scott Newton,
Next week on Get Out South Florida LGBT radio we are planning a discussion on how the LGBT community treats each other. It’s going to be called “Eating Our Own.” When I saw your recent issue with former U.S. Congressman Mark Foley and former Ambassador Nancy Brinker, who is also the founder of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Organization, I thought that our topic could not be more timely.
Reader responds to last week’s letter calling for gays to arm themselves
I cannot speak in any way for Multimedia Platforms (MMP) or its amazing team of employees who are regrettably affected by your story, but in the interest of accuracy, kindly allow me to correct just one critical point as it applies to me personally.
Thanks for printing the article about the Prayer Breakfast and for bringing it to the community's attention in such a big way!
I found James Oaksun, article “Real Estate: The New World Versus The Old” very interesting and thought I would share some thought on my experience with Airbinb.
The Electoral College was designed to prevent a demagogue from becoming POTUS. The ‘Electors’ are not supposed to ‘rubber-stamp’ the popular vote…rather, to take their responsibility gravely by analyzing and deliberating on behalf of the best interests of our country’s health and future as well as for ALL citizens. The Republican Electoral College will be voting December 19th. It is imperative that every citizen demand that these ‘Electors’ fully consider…with eyes and ears wide open and intellect intact… the danger that this president-elect poses to our country. Your state has 29 Electoral votes. Please call, write and voice your support that the Republican Electoral College not ratify this presidential election.
Yesterday morning, I received a call from a local Senior we’ll call “Ed.” He’s taken part in a few Pride Center programs. He frequently visits Poverello next door. He has a witty sense of humor and bad neuropathy in his feet. He’s also about to be priced out of his long-term local housing. He wanted me to sign him up for the “wait list” for Senior affordable housing on our campus. He was quite disappointed when I told him we’re still a couple years away from a wait list.
Prides are some of the most vibrant and fun places on Earth
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