(WB) The Israeli Knesset in late July approved a preliminary bill that would criminalize so-called conversion therapy practices.
I grew up and went to school in the shadow of the World Trade Center. The morning of September 11, 2001 is etched into my soul, now and forever. They blew up the place I called home.
Life is a blank tablet. We complete the slate each day with the decisions we make. We color it in with pastels of pleasure or portals of pain. It’s our call, our pencil, our paintbrush.
In all of history, Broadway has never been shut down for more than a few days. Last week, it was announced that Broadway will officially be shut down for at least 400+ days — 14 months — if not longer.
You may not be able to do anything about the U.S. Senate ratifying a justice that is going to set back civil rights by a century, but you can cast a ballot against some of the judges Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis have appointed to the bench in Florida.
Recent events involving two local businesses, Trump supporters, and harsh backlash spread across social media left me pondering, “How did we get to such a point of incivility?”
Last week, the National Coming Out Day came and went — too quietly.
Wilton Manors is the epicenter of South Florida’s LGBT centric community. It has been for nearly 20 years.
The primary elections in Broward County demonstrated two things rather convincingly, each worthy of note.
The cartoon Pogo said it best: “We have met the enemy, and he is us.”
Last April, I wrote a column entitled “Fox News is Fixed News.” I am updating the column with this issue.
It was bumper to bumper driving down East Las Olas Boulevard on Sunday afternoon. Heading north after I reached A1A, the beaches were crowded as well. People were everywhere. Masks were nowhere.
As the news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death hit the media outlets, I wondered how long it would take the Republican wolves to start reacting to the scent of blood.
An artist was recently chosen for The Murals at Equality Park. It’s an exciting venture. And I am confident it’s going to look spectacular.
But there’s one glaring issue with it — an ArtServe-coordinated jury chose a straight male artist.