Monday, January 24, 2022

Tag: LGBTQ

Newsbreak January 18, 2022

The cleanup of Southwestern Florida begins in the wake of two devastating tornados. Intense winter weather blankets the East Coast in heavy snow and...

Newsbreak November 16, 2021

Supporters of the Cuban people take to the streets in South Florida and around the world. Closing arguments in the Kyle Rittenhouse case and...

Does Val Demings have a chance in the race against Marco...

Florida Representative Val Demings, a Democrat from Orlando, formally announced on Wednesday that she will run for the U.S. Senate against Republican Senator Marco...

Newsbreak, May 28, 2021

Miami Beach prepares for Memorial Day weekend, a vigil held to honor the nine victims of the San Jose mass shooting, the vote for...

Marytrini shines again after lockdown (includes video story)

For years, Cuban immigrant Alexis Fernández was part of a renowned drag show at Azúcar nightclub in Coral Gables. His character was part of the...

The future of Miami nightlife (includes video story)

Daniela Molina, founder of Out of Service, an event agency in Miami that hosts well-known reggaeton party El Perreo, had just held the second...

Miami’s film festivals adapt to new media amid COVID-19

It’s 10 p.m. and you’re in Fort Lauderdale attending the sold-out premiere of a zombie movie in which plot is secondary to carnage. The...

After nearly dying, North Miami councilman of 20 years wins re-election

Despite nearly losing his life, Scott Galvin ran for re-election and won his sixth term as North Miami councilman for District 1. In December, Galvin...

GenderChill: First all-inclusive fashion show

The inaugural GenderChill all-inclusive fashion show was held late last month at the University of Miami, bringing together different types of people to celebrate...