This year, Clearwater Beach topped TripAdvisor’s Top 10 U.S. beaches list for the 2018 Traveler’s Choice Award, reports Frances McMorris for the Tampa Bay Business
Audre Lorde described herself as a “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” according to her biography on the Poetry Foundation. Lorde was not only a talented poet
Following last winter’s sold out show in Gulfport, humorist and author Fay Jacobs will be back in town on Thursday, March 8 at 7:00 p.m.
Tampa Bay Lesbians Present: UndHERground Wednesdays – A Celebration Marking the Launch of the Newest Happy Hour Empowering Women in Tampa Bay! ST. PETERSBURG – February
The Newlen-Symons Award for Excellence in Serving the GLBT Community is awarded to a librarian, library staff member, library, library board, or library friends group
After two and a half years as the Executive Director of the Tampa Bay International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (TIGLFF), Scott Skyberg is stepping
Wanda Sykes may be best-known as an Emmy award-winning actress, writer, and comedian, but she’s also a passionate LGBTQ+ advocate, according to her Wikipedia page.
Adam Rippon made history by becoming the first openly gay American to qualify for the Winter Olympics, but that’s not the only thing that makes
Japanese figure skaters Miu Suzaki and Ryuichi Kihara surprised and delighted viewers by performing a routine set to the theme from “Yuri on Ice” at
Bayard Rustin was a pioneering civil rights leader, whose contributions are all too often forgotten because of his sexuality. Rustin was instrumental in building support
Press Release from Equality Florida: The Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) is one of the most powerful entities in Florida politics – and most people
The popular medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” will feature Candis Cayne in multiple episodes in Season 14, reports Lesley Goldberg for The Hollywood Reporter. Cayne, a
PRESS RELEASE FROM the Tampa Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival: For two years, the Tampa Bay International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival’s Board of
I was first introduced to Suede’s sultry sounds a decade ago. Every Sunday morning, I would pour a cup of coffee, sit down with the
Local artist, Melissa C Romanaux, knows how to add a sparkle to everything she does. Her work, which can be found in local restaurants and
His love of art and use of multiple mediums sets David Rule apart from other artists in the St Petersburg area. Rule’s work can be
On Wednesday, January 31st, the University of South Florida Saint Petersburg Student Government hosted a community panel discussion, moderated by ACT (Arts Conservatory for Teens)
Nearly six years ago, professor and Bold Strokes Books author Sheree Greer accepted a tenured position teaching writing at St. Petersburg College. While she was
When I moved to Florida last year, I had no idea how much the state had to offer in LGBT-friendly getaway destinations. Most people think
In Florida, as across the country, LGBTQ+ protections often do not fully protect individuals from harassment and discrimination, reports Equality Florida. Last November, the U.S.
Collier County hopes to attract more young and LGBTQ+ tourists with a new marketing campaign featuring same-sex couples, report Olivia Mancino and Erica Brown for
Over the Christmas holiday, I had the pleasure of visiting Key West for the very first time. Although Hurricane IRMA wreaked havoc on the surrounding
A new literary event featuring 15 lesbian authors will debut at the Gulfport Library in Gulfport, Florida on the weekend of February 16 through 18.
While the LGBTQ+ community has been making great strides in gaining equality, studies suggest that, as far as employment discrimination is concerned, we still have
(In the article, Trans will be used as an umbrella term encompassing Transgender identities) Transgender Awareness Week leads into Transgender Remembrance Day annually on November