The current performing arts season may be winding down, but excitement is already building as local companies and presenters announce their 2014-15 line-ups:
With the risks to queer people elevated by a polarized society, one group is providing a family-oriented safe harbor.
If you are interested in associating with gay swimmers, there’s a club for that.
On the field, the Miami Dolphins have cooled off since their hot start. But their support for South Florida’s LGBT community is still red hot.
There are probably only a handful of people still alive today that remember Danny and Doc’s Club Jewel Box. One of South Florida’s earliest known gay bar/club, it was only around from the late 1940s until around the mid-1950s when it was demolished to make way for the Jordan Marsh department store at NE 15th street and Biscayne Blvd in Miami.
Curtain speeches are a quaint tradition at many South Florida theaters.
Despite fading from the headlines, the latest outbreak of Monkeypox in the U.S. continues.
Cases of monkeypox continued to rise this past week in the state, with 75% of the infections coming from South Florida.
Cases of monkeypox continued to rise this past week in the state, with 72% of the infections in South Florida.
Last year SFGN became the first publication to write in-depth on the famous architect’s sexuality and make the case that he was gay. Now new information has come to light revealing even more evidence of his homosexuality.
The best show in town this week was not ‘The Book of Mormon.’
The 8/28 - 11AM update now has Tropical Storm Erika remaining a tropical storm, and the eye of the storm scraping the west coast of Florida, before turning north into Central and North Florida. You should continue to watch http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ for updates of the storm over the weekend.
From the National Hurricane Center: Tropical Storm Erika has changed little in strength this morning. Maximum sustained winds remain near 45 mph. Some slow strengthening during the next 48 hours is possible.
Here's the Latest map from the National Hurricane Center. Currently, there are no watches or warnings for South Florida.
A decade after the Stonewall riots and a generation before marriage equality began to take hold in Massachusetts, the epicenter of the gay civil rights movement was right here in South Florida.
It’s a controversy that’s blown across America, from Boston to Boise to the Bay Area itself — San Francisco, home of Gilbert Baker’s iconic 1978 Rainbow flag: whether to replace his original with a new progressive banner supporters say better represents the diversity of today’s LGBT communities.
South Florida continues to be an epicenter for new HIV/AIDS infections.
Members of the transgender community experience higher rates of homelessness, food insecurity, healthcare issues, and violence than cisgender people, according to a study published in the Harvard Public Health Review.
The local chapter of NLGJA – The Association of LGBTQ journalists awarded their first scholarship this year.
The SFGN 2022 Best Of nominations are closed.
OnlyFans built its brand on the backs of independent creators of adult content.
OnlyFans, a website popular with sex workers, announced Thursday it will ban “sexually explicit content” Oct. 1.
Al Gibson was a friendly fixture in the South Florida Hospitality Industry for decades, managing Johnny’s Bar on West Broward Boulevard and then LeBoy, when it was owned by his close friend, Sean David.
“Willkommen,” sings the master of ceremonies at the opening of “Cabaret,” the classic Broadway musical, going on to say, “Happy to see you again.”
There is a reason South Florida, greater Fort Lauderdale, and Wilton Manors has become the epicenter of gay life in the U.S., particularly in the winter months. While the nation begins to freeze, things heat up here daily.
Florida Grand Opera (FGO) recently announced a 2021-22 season featuring a mix of classical favorites and 21st-century works performed at the Arsht and Broward Centers, as well as new venues in both counties.
Holding back from tossing myself into the fray caused by the proclamation coming out of Fort Lauderdale City Hall last week, I will turn my attention to springtime and all its wonder.
Our Fund Foundation has named Ted Vasquez as its new Finance Director.
South Florida’s only LGBT community foundation has pledged money to the Humanity Project’s newly formed Diversity Unity Coalition, which helps combat COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy within underrepresented communities.
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