A top-notch scene-stealer since she was a child while appearing in TV commercials and as Opal on “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse,” Natasha Lyonne reached the pinnacle when she hosted “SNL” in May 2022.
“When opportunity presents itself, you run toward it.”
Hours after leaving Island City Stage in Wilton Manors, I’m still trying to unpack all the issues that playwright Andrew Kramer tackles in his world premiere thriller “Armature.”
“Don’t Say Gay” is now one signature away from being the law of the land from Pensacola to Key West.
After a rather serious and thought-provoking start to their 10th anniversary season, Island City Stage in Wilton Manors reversed course in the penultimate production with a campy satirical romp that left audiences in stitches on opening night.
With the “Parade of Orchids” set to take place in July, Rich Ackerman walked through Oakland Park’s Stunson Park. He was impressed with the park’s bevy of native plants, and all it needed next was native orchids climbing from the trees.
Ronnie Larsen Presents and Plays of Wilton (POW!) take a dive into the cutthroat world of Olympic swimming with “Red Speedo,” Lucas Hnath’s 2016 Obie-winning drama playing at the Foundry through Dec. 30.
What could happen when the two most powerful gay men in 1930s Hollywood bump into each other at a cocktail reception…and are joined by an outrageous and outspoken actress?
SFGN Publisher Norm Kent celebrated the first anniversary of his radio show this week, but not with the party of guests he hoped for and wanted.
“It’s a small world,” the old adage goes, and well, the theater world is even smaller.
Projects that have long been waiting in the wings may soon spring into action in Wilton Manors.
Del Shores, creator of the gay cult favorite, “Sordid Lives,” will return to Wilton Manors this weekend to kick off the Village Pub’s week-long second anniversary celebration.
We’ve taken a look at the most-read stories of the year on sfgn.com and we’re giving our readers recaps and, where needed, updates on some of The Gazette’s most tantalizing articles.
Many people in the local recovery community celebrated when the Pride Center at Equality Park finally reopened its doors after being closed for most in person services for 15 months due to the pandemic.
July has seen a dramatic rise in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oakland Park compared to the previous two months with 587 new cases so far this month, compared to 159 in total for May and June.
The total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 now stands at 694 in Oakland Park with 173 new cases this past week.
Those looking to lose a little weight should probably stay away from this year’s Taste of the Island, especially Nick Berry’s table.
According to the Florida Department of Health at least 34 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Wilton Manors as of Sunday.
When it comes to promotion of equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents, four Florida cities get a perfect score.
Got a late night appetite? Or maybe you’re starving after a night at The Manor? Don’t fret, there are plenty of places open late in Wilton Manors. Here are five bars and restaurants where you can grab a meal way after the sun sets.
A supermarket in Wilton Manors sold a Florida Lottery ticket worth $5 million.
(SS) At least six college students apparently overdosed on Thursday evening, Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue officials said.
Six men from Tunisia were sentenced to three years in jail on Dec. 10 for engaging gay sex acts, local LGBT rights group Shams reports, according to Gay Star News.
The Most Rev. Bishop Joseph Edward Gallant, D.D., 76, of Fort Lauderdale, passed away on June 30.
Wilton Manors considers raising it all year long
Three seats on the Wilton Manors City Commission are up for grabs in the Nov. 3, 2020 election and the campaigning has begun to heat up.
Wicked Manors’ theme this year was Turn Back Time. And there were multiple sightings of Cher with sailor minions in tow.
Former Wilton Manors Mayor Justin Flippen died of a brain aneurysm while en route to his City Commission meeting on February 25, 2020. He was 41. SFGN asked Julie Carson, his friend and fellow commissioner to write a tribute.
Why stop and smell just the roses when you can take in the aromas of hundreds of tropical plants?
An attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union is asking a Tallahassee school district to ensure it will permit students to “wear clothing regardless whether it is consistent with gender stereotypes,” in a letter released Oct. 16 to the superintendent of Leon County Schools.
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