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Cheryll Grogan Artist Opening Reception Friday December 20

Cheryll Grogan Artist Opening Reception Friday December 20

| December 17, 2014

Saturday, Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm Domain Home Accessories & Gallery Gulfport, Florida – The work of Gulfport painter/photographer Cheryll Grogan will be showcased Saturday night, Dec 20, at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery. Cheryll offers works that are ideal for gift-giving. Cheryll Grogan has been a Gulfport resident for 20 years. Before, during and […]

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Grand Opening of Area’s First LGBT Welcome Center

Grand Opening of Area’s First LGBT Welcome Center

| December 11, 2014

Tampa Bay’s LGBT Welcome Center will celebrate its Grand Opening Reception on Friday, December 12, 2014. After being moved a block down Central Avenue and undergoing a year’s worth of renovations, the historic Grand Central District bungalow is ready to serve the LGBT community living in and visiting Tampa Bay. The Welcome Center is located […]

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Holiday Cheer Spreads North and South of the Skyway with Festive Concerts

Holiday Cheer Spreads North and South of the Skyway with Festive Concerts

| December 6, 2014

Una Voce offers two fabulous festive performances of Broadway Lights, Holiday Nights in St Petersburg on Friday, Dec. 12 and in Ybor City on Sunday Dec. 14.  Coming next on Monday, Dec 15 and again Sunday, Dec 21, the Pops Orchestra of Bradenton and Sarasota offers its Holiday Spirit of Broadway concert featuring Diversity: The […]

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Features

Cheeseburgers In Paradise: Cate Culpepper 1957 – 2014

Cheeseburgers In Paradise: Cate Culpepper 1957 – 2014

| November 5, 2014

The Amazon Trail by Lee Lynch Author Cate Culpepper was friends with just about everyone in her life. Our friendship began in 2006, when we met in Olympia, Washington for a signing. In 2007 my sweetheart-to-be and I visited Cate’s hotel room at the Golden Crown Literary Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Cate was wearing over-sized, […]

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Astroflash Monthly Horoscope for November 2014

Astroflash Monthly Horoscope for November 2014

| November 5, 2014

by Flash Silvermoon Happy New Year all and I must say that I am so glad to give October a fond farewell. Whew did we all have a good time? Mercury retrograde was in rare form and Mother Nature found so many different ways to impress upon us that Global Weather imbalance is a force […]

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Cheetos and Chipmunks

Cheetos and Chipmunks

| October 8, 2014

Married life is all it’s cracked up to be. For which I am very grateful since my sweetheart became my wife four years ago on 10/10/10. Next year, for our fifth anniversary, we’ll have a huge party: the two of us, our cat, our dog and maybe a bag of Cheetos. Better make that two […]

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Growth and Change

Growth and Change

| November 23, 2014

I’m so glad the weather has been as warm as it has here in Virginia this week of October 22-29. When it dipped into the 40’s in P-Town that one day last week I wanted to get back to Florida asap. Glad I didn’t go. I’m still loving the changing colors of the leaves. And […]

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P-Town at the end of Women’s Week

P-Town at the end of Women’s Week

| November 14, 2014

I crossed the Bourne Bridge Thursday, October 16, 2014 for Women’s Week final days. The Bourne Bridge in Bourne, Massachusetts carries Route 28 across the Cape Cod Canal, connecting Cape Cod with the rest of Massachusetts.  I crossed this bridge on the rainy travel day Thursday. (The photo I got on my way back across […]

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“Smelling the Roses” This Week

“Smelling the Roses” This Week

| October 31, 2014

I’m sure you have heard many times this phrase. It’s not the destination, but the journey you take to that destination. This past week was proof again of the TRUTH of this statement. After getting off the Amtrak in VA last Tuesday, I drove to Amherst, MA. What a trip. I took a wrong turn […]

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‘Tis the Season for Holiday Music and Fun

‘Tis the Season for Holiday Music and Fun

| December 1, 2014

From Ybor City to Sarasota, special holiday events are planned this weekend. Keep reading to get all the details here. The fun starts Friday night, December 5, with Diversity’s Scrumptious Holiday Concert. A second performance is planned Sunday, December 7. Head to Ybor City Saturday night, December 6, for Crescendo’s concert with Cris Williamson at […]

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Staged Play Reading & Interactive Public Art Installation Mark World AIDS Day 2014

Staged Play Reading & Interactive Public Art Installation Mark World AIDS Day 2014

| November 30, 2014

Every year, the Suncoast AIDS Theatre Project presents a staged reading of an AIDS-themed play to raise awareness and funds for a local HIV/AIDS program. Just before the performance, there will be a candle light ceremony of remembrance and hope at 6:30 pm at the new LGBT Welcome Center downtown St Pete. Starting on Sunday, […]

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3 Chicks & a Ghost Paranormal Investigators

3 Chicks & a Ghost Paranormal Investigators

| November 10, 2014

    3chicksandaghost.com is a group of local women with over 25 years experience in the Paranormal field. They are based out of Sarasota, Florida, and travel all over the world helping with paranormal activity. They are non profit and never charge a fee for their services.Very discreet professional women who will help you solve […]

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Tampa Pride is Back ! ISO Your Support

Tampa Pride is Back ! ISO Your Support

| November 2, 2014

2015 will see a Tampa tradition return once again. Shelved for a decade due to political concerns, Tampa Pride returns on March 28, 2015 with a parade and festival in Ybor City. Tampa Pride expects tens of thousands of LGBTA residents, visitors and friends to participate in various activities leading up to and including the […]

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Thursday … Gay Landslide Panel Discussion

Thursday … Gay Landslide Panel Discussion

| October 28, 2014

USF Tampa Alumni Center, Traditions Hall @  5:30 pm Join us for a lively discussion of the legal status of LGBT rights in the United States at this signature event for the USF Libraries’ rapidly growing LGBT initiative. Based in Houston, attorney Mitchell Katine was local counsel for the groundbreaking Supreme Court case Lawrence v. […]

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Take Time to Smell the Roses

Take Time to Smell the Roses

| October 26, 2014

I got to smell the Roses, for real, a couple weeks ago at the Ringling Museum’s Rose Garden when Nancy and I had a busy day in Sarasota. Thinking about this phrase takes my thoughts to the cluster of Orchids in my front garden. Each time I leave the house I catch the beauty of […]

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