• 'It's My Party' Singer Lesley Gore Dead At 68

    NEW YORK (AP) — Singer-songwriter Lesley Gore, who topped the charts in 1963 at age 16 with her epic song of teenage angst, "It's My Party," and followed it up with the hits "Judy's Turn to Cry," and the feminist anthem "You Don't Own Me," died Monday. She was 68.

  • 'Star Trek's George Takei Honored For Gay Pride Month

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Former "Star Trek" actor George Takei is being recognized by the California Legislature as part of its celebration of LGBT Pride Month.

  • 2 Men in Same-Sex Wedding Lawsuit Attend State of the Union

    Two men who became the first gay men to marry in Florida will be attending President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.

  • 9 Intriguing People of South Florida’s Arts Scene

    An erotic art museum owner and an orchestra conductor both make the list

    Each year, Barbara Walters selects some of the most intriguing people to interview for her traditional holiday special. For this year’s SFGN Winter Arts and Entertainment Guide, we borrowed a page from the veteran reporter’s playbook and selected eight equally intriguing people—both gay and straight, performing on stage and behind the scenes—from our region’s vibrant and diverse arts community to introduce to our readers.

  • A Look at Apple CEO's Coming Out

    Apple CEO Tim Cook's declaration that he's "proud to be gay" wasn't exactly news in Silicon Valley, where his sexual orientation was no secret. But advocates say that given Apple's immense reach and visibility, his coming-out could help change attitudes in workplaces across America.

  • Alex Minsky: Disabled Model Becomes Gay Icon

    Alex Minsky

    Former Marine Alex Minsky has gone from losing his leg while stationed in Afghanistan, to becoming a successful, yet unlikely model.

  • All in the Family Kicked Open Doors For LGBTs on Television

    Has any television show pushed the envelope more than Norman Lear's "All in the Family?" Conceived in the immediate aftermath of the 1960s counter-cultural revolution, "All in the Family" was a sitcom about a blue-collar family in Queens, New York. Archie Bunker (Carroll O'Connor) was a less-than-educated gent who genuinely loved his family. He also loved God and Country, and didn't take kindly to those "commie pinkos" who wanted to "take over". Archie often sparred with his liberal son-in-law Mike (Rob Reiner), as wife Edith (Jean Stapleton) and daughter Gloria (Sally Struthers) struggled to keep the peace.

  • Andy Amoroso - Store Owner & Politician

    Openly gay Lake Worth City Commissioner, Andy Amoroso, says he has never come out.

  • Angela Merkel Named Time's Person of the Year

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been named Time's Person of the Year, praised by the magazine for her leadership on everything from Syrian refugees to the Greek debt crisis.

  • Annie Lennox: A Life Devoted to Music & Equality

    For her seventh solo album, Annie Lennox looks back reflectively and respectfully upon those who came before her. “Nostalgia,” now out on vinyl and coming to CD on October 21, is a gentle and soulful look back on legendary blues and jazz songs from two generations past.

  • Anthony Timiraos - Bringing Home the Bacon

    Anthony Timiraos, president, CEO and co-founder of Our Fund, a foundation that encourages and nurtures philanthropy and support for the LGBT community of South Florida, says he has an exit strategy that will keep it strong even when he leaves it.

  • Anti-Gay Discrimination Protection Dropped by Indiana City

    GOSHEN, Ind. - Officials in a second northern Indiana city have backed off expanding anti-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity following a push by opponents against the proposals.

  • Anti-Gay Episcopalian Bishop to Retire

    The head of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh - who during his 20 year-tenure led conservative Episcopal congregations to split from the church throughout North America - has announced he will retire.

  • AP Interview: Healey Eager To Step Into Mass. AG Role

    BOSTON (AP) - Maura Healey says she wants to be an attorney general who isn’t afraid to stick her neck out - a trait that could come in handy as she faces a slew of knotty issues, from monitoring casino gambling to grappling with the growing influence of money in politics.

  • AP interview: Openly Gay Judge On Top South African Court Talks of Sexuality, State of Nation

    JOHANNESBURG — An openly gay judge on South Africa's Constitutional Court recently hosted a launch for his new book in the foyer of the court, a symbol-laden structure partly built with exposed brick from the apartheid-era prison that once stood on the same hilltop. At the event, another judge praised Edwin Cameron, loftily describing their workplace as a shrine to democracy but also ribbing the colleague he sees often.

  • AP-GfK Poll: Clerks Must Issue Gay Marriage Licenses

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Linda Massey opposes gay marriage. But she was incensed last summer to see that Kim Davis, a Kentucky county clerk, was refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples."If the government says you have to give out those marriage licenses, and you get paid to do it, you do it," says the 64-year-old retiree from Lewiston, Michigan. "That woman," she said of Davis, "should be out of a job."

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Comes Out: 'I'm Proud To Be Gay'

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Apple CEO Tim Cook came out Thursday, acknowledging publicly for the first time that he is gay.

  • Are Slaves Peeling Your Shrimp?

    The president of one of the world's biggest seafood exporters expressed frustration and promised change Wednesday after saying an Associated Press investigation that linked slave-peeled shrimp to his company should be a "wake-up call" to the industry.

  • Best of 2016: Broward County - People

    Here are SFGN's "Best of 2015" winners in the people category in Broward County.

  • Best of 2017: Broward - People

    Here are SFGN's "Best of 2017" winners in the people category in Broward County.