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  • Paul Simon jukebox musical still crazy after all these years

    Paul Simon jukebox musical still crazy after all these years
    “The Sounds of Simon,” at Delray Square Performing Arts in Delray Beach, has all the components of a successful show. The score is by singer/songwriter Paul Simon. The cast sing with clarion-clear voices and dance with palpable power. The...
  • South Florida's new gay high season

    South Florida's new gay high season
    South Florida's gay social calendar is getting a lot busier. PrideFest. Parades. An art gallery opening. Circuit parties. Within South Florida’s tourism boom, the LGBT community has carved a new season. It’s all part of a giant rainbow...
  • Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to raw tostadas with cashew cheese

    Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to raw tostadas with cashew cheese
    Piattini Restaurant and Lounge 187 SE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton, 561-367-8851, PiattiniRestaurantLounge.com Chef and co-owner Lillo Teodosi has returned to the former Caruso Ristorante in Royal Palm Place, where he worked for two years before...
  • About Gary Resnick

    About Gary Resnick
    Mayor Gary Resnick was first elected to the Wilton Manors City Commission in 1998, and after several re-elections, was first elected Mayor in November 2008, and re-elected in subsequent elections. Mayor Resnick is very active representing municipal...
  • "Shorts Gone Wild" is a gay-rrific evening of one-acts at Empire Stage

    "Shorts Gone Wild" is a gay-rrific evening of one-acts at Empire Stage
    When the cast members of “Shorts Gone Wild” bound onstage, they are shooting off that bubbly “improvey” energy that promises a laugh-riot of an evening. And they fulfill, performing eight gay-themed (with a little bisexual thrown...
  • About Tim Ryan

    About Tim Ryan
     A lifelong resident of Broward County, Tim Ryan was elected to the Broward County Commission, representing District 7, in November 2012. District 7 includes the cities of Dania Beach, Lazy Lake and Wilton Manors, parts of Davie, Fort Lauderdale and...
  • 'Cool': The Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is back

    'Cool': The Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is back
    Mark Gilbert expects you'll meet a pair of gay best friends at the Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. The first is "G.B.F," the festival's curtain-raiser concerning the hottest fashion accessory among status-seeking teen queens at a high...
  • Former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Tim Smith may seek state House seat

    Former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Tim Smith may seek state House seat
    Tim Smith, a former Fort Lauderdale commissioner, may run for state House of Representatives. “I’m giving it some thought, actually. I’m not ready to tell you anything,” he said. “I don’t know if you could consider my...
  • South Florida tourism looks bright in 2014

    South Florida tourism looks bright in 2014
    South Florida tourism insiders are expecting the industry to see more growth in 2014 encouraged by its strong performance this past year, barring no major socio-economic calamities. As of October, Broward County had 47 consecutive months of growth in...
  • Gay activist says gay mayor isn't champion of LGBT community

    Gay activist says gay mayor isn't champion of LGBT community
    Michael Rajner, the outspoken gay rights activist, is going after Wilton Manors Mayor Gary Resnick, the longest-serving openly the longest-serving openly gay official in Florida. Rajner launched a broadside against Resnick – calling the mayor&...
  • Fort Lauderdale gallery presents art 'extravaganza'

    Fort Lauderdale gallery presents art 'extravaganza'
    Artist Yuri Andrei Rodriguez's first-ever show presents images of ruby-colored waterfalls, picturesque sunsets, a tribute to Buddha, and at least one sculpture that seems suited for a Black Sabbath concert. Rodriguez describes that last work, an...