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ISIS Reportedly Executes Another Gay Man by Throwing Him Off Roof

ISIS Reportedly Executes Another Gay Man by Throwing Him Off Roof

Mar 29
Members of ISIS have been known to execute gay men, or accuse men of being gay, by throwing them off a roof of a tall building. The British tabloid The Sun reports photos of a similar incident have recently surfaced.

 Thousands Walk to Raise Funds for HIV Services

Thousands Walk to Raise Funds for HIV Services

Mar 26
Thousands walked Fort Lauderdale Beach Sunday to raise money for HIV/AIDS services.

Pride Center Panel Discusses Substance Abuse

Pride Center Panel Discusses Substance Abuse

By John McDonald | Mar 19
The workshop was titled "Vodka, Meth, Sex...Lipitor?!: Over 40 (or 60) & Still Partying?" It was moderated by Bruce Williams, director of senior services at Pride Center.

Florida AIDS Walk: Have Your 'Cake by the Ocean' and Eat It Too

Florida AIDS Walk: Have Your 'Cake by the Ocean' and Eat It Too

By Ian Maloney | Mar 19
The excitement for this year's Florida AIDS Walk has been building since January when organizers of the event announced that this year DNCE, and front man Joe Jonas will perform after the annual fundraiser walk.

Pride Factory Turns 21

Pride Factory Turns 21

By Scott Holland | Mar 18
Starting its third decade, Pride Factory has been a staple of the gay South Florida scene.

 First 'LGBTQ Dynamics in the Workplace' Workshop A Huge Success

First 'LGBTQ Dynamics in the Workplace' Workshop A Huge Success

By Row Iliescu | Mar 2
The first annual LGBTQ Dynamics in the Workplace certification workshop was held Tuesday, Jan. 31, at JM Lexus in Coconut Creek.

N.C. Redistricting: What's the Latest?

N.C. Redistricting: What's the Latest?

By Maria Dominguez | Feb 5
The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) recently heard arguments regarding the fairness of legislative districts that a three-judge district court panel had held to be unconstitutionally gerrymandered.

Youth Organization Purchases Permanent Location

Youth Organization Purchases Permanent Location

By Lainey Millen | Jan 22
On Dec. 29, 2016, the Board of Directors of Time Out Youth Center (TOY) closed on the purchase of its first permanent location since the organization was established 25 years ago.

South Florida Queens are Ready for Fierce Competition

South Florida Queens are Ready for Fierce Competition

By Scott Holland | Jan 21
A New Year means it's the start of a new pageant season. Starting later this month and going through the end of March there are 4 pageants here in South Florida that we wanted to tell you about. Please support the arts!

Vizcaya's Centennial Sets Stage for Next 100 Years by Expanding Community Role

Vizcaya's Centennial Sets Stage for Next 100 Years by Expanding Community Role

Jan 20
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is proud to announce its centennial anniversary, the perfect opportunity to reflect on the rich past of this National Historic Landmark and its significant role in South Florida's history.

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