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Fort Lauderdale Named a 'Best City' for LGBT Seniors

CULTURE | By Brittany Ferrendi | Oct 8
Ever wanted to know the best place to retire as a member of the LGBT community? One senior housing referral service just did all the work for you.

Florida Log Cabin Republican Ad: Hillary 'Will Throw LGBTs Under the Bus'

POLITICS | By John McDonald | Sep 4
A new ad by the Broward County Log Cabin Republicans attacks Hillary Clinton claiming she will do nothing for LGBT Americans and trying to tie her to anti-gay Sharia law.

Discover Gay Florida: The Palm Beaches

By Mike Halterman | Aug 21
For the LGBT traveler, the Palm Beaches offers the best of everything. Let me tell you what you should see when you visit.

Florida Condom Controversy Prompts Removal of Zika-Prevention Billboards

By Brittany Ferrendi | Aug 21
Apparently promoting safe-sex is offensive: Two billboards in Broward County were taken down following controversy over the depiction of an unrolled condom.

Rubio Looking to Hold On to Senate Seat

POLITICS | By John McDonald | Aug 6
Rubio is attempting to salvage his political career after falling short during the Republican Presidential primaries.

A Selection of Florida's Most Beautiful Beaches, Revisited

By Mike Halterman | May 8
I'm back to tell you why we love Florida's beaches, and more importantly, why local tourism bureaus think you'll love them too.

A Look at Fatal Attacks in Anti-Abortion Violence in the U.S.

At least 11 people have been killed in violence against abortion providers in the U.S. since 1993, according to the National Abortion Federation.

In Wilton Manors, Florida, Gay Hookup Ads Grace Trash Bins, Prompt Debate

By Michael d'Oliveira | Apr 9
One resident's complaint about a gay hookup app advertised on eco bins associated with the city of Winton Manors, Florida, has raised a debate on how to balance First Amendment rights with concerns over community standards.

Angry Bears Expose 'Beach Bear Weekend' Fraud

PARTIES | By Norm Kent | Mar 26
No one is more frustrated with the turn of events for Beach Bear Weekend, than Bob Young, who ran it for the past few years until he sold it to Jungwirth for $100. Young has even sent out Facebook posts apologizing for selling the event.

Rubio and the Florida Primary: A Political Reckoning Arrives

POLITICS | By Steve Peoples | Mar 14
Those closest to Rubio, suggest that should his bid end in disappointment, the senator's career in public service is far from over.

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