(AP) At a Gotham Independent Film Awards overshadowed by the election of Donald Trump, Barry Jenkins' coming-of-age drama "Moonlight" shined brightest.
Tlo Ivy doesn’t consider herself a veteran in the South Florida drag scene. But for the last eight years, the transgender entertainer has been wowing audiences with her Britney Spears and Selena Quintanilla-inspired performances at Palace Bar, Azucar and Georgie’s Alibi, among other venues.
The ‘Homosexual Panic’ that started in the 1950s can be traced back to one event – the murder of Eastern Airlines Flight Attendant William T. Simpson in August of 1954.
As the Miami International Film Festival gets underway this Friday, there are several fantastic LGBT films for queer audiences to check out before the fest ends March 16.
The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) celebrated its 40th birthday in Miami last Saturday with its “Taste of Justice” event. NCLR isa national legal organization headquartered in San Francisco committed to advancing the civil and human rights of LGBT people and their families through litigation, legislation, policy, and public education.
On every third Thursday of the month, Mina’s Mediterraneo on Northeast 79th Street is giving Miami a new, and very welcomed, kind of ladies night. OK, very welcomed may be an understatement. From jump street, the Lesbian Takeover event at Mina’s has been an enormous success.
Adele will return to North America for her first tour in five years. The North American tour dates begin on July 5 in St. Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center and run through November 15 in Mexico City at Palacio de los Deportes.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Amazon has expanded its one-hour delivery service to Baltimore and Miami, after a four-month test run in parts of New York City.
Hot on the heels of its Drag Wars season finals, Azucar Nightclub launched a new weekly competition last week on Thursday night called "Azucar's Got Talent," a talent show on the scale of "America's Got Talent," only with drag queens and more.
Here are the winners of SFGN's "Best of 2016" in Miami Dade County.
If there is one thing that has been consistently obvious since the Presidential election, it’s that people, of all shapes, sizes, colors, and sexual orientations, don’t want to be heard, they demand to be heard.
A banner in support of Black Lives Matter is back at Hôtel Gaythering.
Tim Buckley doesn’t want you to fly Qatar Airways.
Say goodbye to 2016 and hello to the new year with three back-to-back parties taking place in the hottest Miami clubs.
The LGBT Visitor Center will present the second annual “Pink Flamingo Awards” honoring people, places and organizations that have demonstrated a level of excellence in our community throughout the year. This year’s awards show promises to be an entertainment extravaganza!
MIAMI (AP) — Miami Dolphins safety Don Jones was fined an undisclosed amount Sunday and will undergo educational training after sending a negative tweet about Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be selected in the NFL draft.
The only proper place to enjoy opera is in a stuffy concert hall, surrounded by blue-haired grand dames and old men in stiff collared penguin suits. Not anymore.
More gay travelers may start spending their vacation time in the Sunshine State.
Florida’s LGBTQ Democratic Caucus convenes its summer conference this weekend, a first of its kind virtual endeavor.
From July 1 through July 4, all things geek will be taking over Miami for Florida Supercon 2016 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The 2014 Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is expected to be the strongest in years, promises organizers.
It’s lonely being a gay comic geek.
A gay cruise returned to Miami after two people required medical emergency attention. The RSVP Vacations Cruise had been out to sea for one day before reversing course and returning to port in Miami to offload two as yet unidentified men.
Sam Park says he embodies his District.
There was no mention of LGBT people during night three of the 2020 Republican National Convention Wednesday night, not even by implication. Though an openly gay speaker was given time in the spotlight, he did not discuss equal rights for LGBT people or even mention his role as the newly appointed leader in the Trump campaign’s outreach to LGBT voters.
Miami LGBT businesses, like Score, Molto and afterhours destination La Puta Nota at Heart Nightclub, stepped up for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico in a big way this past weekend – each holding hurricane relief events benefiting displaced residents of the island.
More than 250 participants are expected to take part in this weekend’s Miami Art Deco Open. A signature event for the Miami Mavericks Tennis Club, the Miami Art Deco Open is a tennis tournament sanctioned by the Gay & Lesbian Tennis Association (GLTA) and this weekend marks the tournament’s 20th anniversary.
If there was one standout moment for Miami-based filmmaker, writer and Gay8 festival co-organizer Joe Cardona, it was "looking into a sea of people as far as the eye could see. It was a beautiful snapshot of Miami. People of all races, ages, ethnicities and orientations. It punctuated the event."
The Gay8 Festival is back for another year! Gay8 is a free Latin LGBT art, music and food street festival in Miami. The second annual one-day festival will take place on Jan. 15 where “Calle Ocho” (8th Street) in Miami’s “Little Havana” district is transformed into a grand street party where people from all backgrounds are welcome to participate with opportunities for connection.
In a time where people continuously express the need to try and come together, they often do not know how to do it. The Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA Miami) in its new Design District space is working on a solution through its commitment to offer open access public art to members from every community to enjoy year round. In this way art becomes the catalyst to bring people together from every walk of life.
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