Say goodbye to 2016 and hello to the new year with three back-to-back parties taking place in the hottest Miami clubs.
Smorgasburg, the largest open-air food market in America with locations in New York and Los Angeles, is launching in Miami in the heart of Wynwood at 2612 NW 2nd Ave. in March.
In October, Our Fund Foundation presented $355,000 in Health and Wellness Fund grants to South Florida nonprofits serving the local queer community.
A week after announcing her run for California’s next governor, Caitlyn Jenner said that transgender girls shouldn’t be allowed to compete in girls’ sports.
(SS) Researchers at the University of Miami are studying whether COVID-19 can be sexually transmitted.
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.
The Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) is one of the coolest spots in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
The show will go on, but not as originally planned.
Last January, Compass announced a grant award that would be used to start a groundbreaking new program called The Transgender Economic Empowerment (TEE) Program.
Palace South Beach came under attack after a video from April posted by a right-wing influencer surfaced of children dancing with a drag queen and collecting money from the crowd.
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!
Just a month ago, the Paralympic Games in Tokyo celebrated the ability of athletes to overcome their disabilities and physical limitations in sports ranging from cycling and swimming to basketball and tennis.
South Florida audiences will be treated to a unique interpretation of traditional flamenco dance when Flamenco Festival Miami returns to the Arsht Center this month.
Development was a consistent storyline throughout 2021 as Wilton Manors grappled with changes to its land use and zoning codes.
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.
New York has the High Line, a 1.45-mile section of abandoned elevated train tracks that was transformed into a busy park and led to the redevelopment of a long-neglected stretch of the city’s west side.
The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU (JMOF) in Miami Beach will present, “Hello Gorgeous,” October 14, 2021 – February 20, 2022, dedicated to living legend Barbra Streisand.
More gay travelers may start spending their vacation time in the Sunshine State.
(WM) LGBT students, parents and activists spoke at the Flagler County School Board meeting Nov. 17 to once again call for the board to update School Board Policy Manual’s section 217, the district’s nondiscrimination policy, by adding gender identity to it.
Florida’s LGBT Democrats are cranking up the volume in Miami this weekend.
Florida’s LGBTQ Democratic Caucus convenes its summer conference this weekend, a first of its kind virtual endeavor.
Florida Senator Ileana Garcia apologized for comments she made during a highly charged debate over the “Don’t Say Gay Bill.”
From July 1 through July 4, all things geek will be taking over Miami for Florida Supercon 2016 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
This week read about Mohamed Aboutrika going on a homophobic rant in Africa, and people in India fighting for same-sex marriage rights.
This week read about Caroline Cruz coming out as bisexual, a lesbian pop star arrested in Hong Kong, and a trans climber completing five out of seven summits.
The 2014 Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is expected to be the strongest in years, promises organizers.
For most workers who are turning 40, retirement is still decades away.
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.
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