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March 1, 2016
Meet Some of the Best South Florida Drag Queens
Wigwood 2017 at Gramps in Wynwood
Photographer Josh Aronson's Tropicana Shows Miami Youth in a Colorful Light
Scenes from Miami Beach Pride Parade 2021
Michele Eve Sandberg
Score Celebrates 18-Year Anniversary With a "Lumber Sexual" Blowout Bash
By David Rolland
1437 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
After taking 2020 off and being pushed back to September this year, Miami Beach Pride finally returned to celebrate everyone in the…
By Michele Eve Sandberg
Photographer Josh Aronson spent a year capturing young artists and activists against South Florida's colorful backdrop for his self-published photobook Tropicana. "I…
While driving around the city delivering orders for Uber Eats, photographer Gilbert Gonzalez has used his drone to document the vast emptiness…
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the country, Miami residents began to practice social distancing seriously over the weekend. Most…
By Karli Evans
The first-ever Wigwood queer festival invaded Gramps on Saturday, February 4, with an eccentric lineup of local queens, visiting acts from New…
Drag history in South Florida dates back to at least the 1940s, when female impersonators tantalized tourists in shows at underground clubs.…
By Stian Roenning
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