The sunshine state is jam-packed with unique cities, wildlife, arts, culture, entertainment, and miles upon miles of white-sandy beaches. It’s safe to say that the
A handful of Florida cities received top marks on the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index. The Municipal Equality Index (MEI), released last week, measures how
This summer, Queen and Adam Lambert are teaming up and performing in a new Rhapsody Tour. According to Queen’s official site, the musicians will be
Tampa was recently ranked as one of the best cities in which to live, eat, and have fun, according to various articles on WalletHub.com. In July,
Over a century ago, Ybor City was a smuggler’s paradise. Until recently, there were only far-reaching theories that smugglers used underground tunnels to get around
Business.org has rated Tampa Bay the best city in the U.S. for women looking to start a business in an article written by Joshua Adamson-Pickett.
The historic house located at 823 S. Orleans Ave. in Hyde Park has just been sold, reports Ashley GurbalKritzer for the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Legoland Florida appears to be gearing up for additions to its newest attraction, reports Veronica Brezina-Smith for the Tampa Bay Business Journal. The theme park,
The Progressive® Insurance Tampa Boat Show was held at the Tampa Convention Center on September 7-9, 2018. OUTCOAST was commissioned to take photos of the
This week, the Gay Softball World Series is coming to Tampa Bay, reports the website for GSWS Tampa, an organization formed solely to coordinate hosting
Yesterday, former Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor announced that she would be running for mayor in Tampa, reports Charlie Frago in the Tampa Bay Times.
The alt weekly newspaper Creative Loafing Tampa has been sold to Euclid Media Group, which is based in Cleveland, reports Ashely Gurbal Kritzer for the Tampa
Press Release from Project No Labels: Project No Labels is humbled by the success of the 2018 Pride Legacy Awards and thankful to everyone who
Now in their fourth year, Tampa Pride returns this weekend bigger and better than ever before. The theme of this year’s Pride celebration is “Diversity
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
The 501(c)3 LGBTQ nonprofit, Project No Labels, has officially opened its first office in St Petersburg, FL. The new office is located at 425 22nd Ave
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
The Tampa Bay area is a combination of gorgeous beaches, amazing entertainment, fabulous homes, and countless vacation spots. As we approach 2018, consider these top
Seventy-six businesses and organizations have banded together to urge the Supreme Court to take a gay rights case, and to rule that federal employment discrimination
The Human Rights Campaign and Equality Federation Institute recently released their annual Municipal Equality Index (MEI), reports Allison Turner on the Human Rights Campaign’s website.
When American Idol contestant Keith London decided to begin a kickball league of his own, he had no idea how quickly it would grow. Now
The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) will hold its 2019 annual convention in Tampa, reports Frances McMorris in the Tampa Bay Business
Due to Hurricane Irma, the 2017 Tampa Bay International Gay and Lesbian Film Fest (TIGLFF) Launch Party has been moved to September 30th, 2017. If
Two years ago, at the height of the gay marriage debate, St Petersburg based photographer, Clinton Brentwood Lee, of Brentwood Photography, made national headlines after
Season 13 American Idol contestant Keith London is passionate about two things – music and kickball. The former Hazelton, PA resident moved to California years