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Disney Lay Offs Begin — 7,000 Employees Will Be Cut

The cuts are part of a multibillion-dollar cost-reducing efforts.

Despite 2 Fatal Shootings Miami Beach Rejects Spring Break Curfew

This weekend's Ultra Music Festival will go on as planned.

5,000-Mile-Wide Seaweed Threatens Caribbean & Florida Beaches

The 6-million tons of seaweed heading for Florida could stink up beaches across the region.

South Beach Parties On After Booze Ban Halted

A judge halted enforcement of the new ordinance setting last call at 2 a.m. – at least temporarily.

Last Call for South Beach Extended Drinking Hours

Judge clears path to roll back 5 a.m. last call in MXE following resident complaints.

VIDEO: Progress Pride Street Mural Vandalized in Florida

Police say it’s not the first time someone has tried to vandalize the recently installed street mural.

4 Dead After 2 Planes Collide Midair Over Florida

There were no survivors after both planes crashed into a lake.

Florida’s New ‘Don’t Say Dogs in Car Windows’ Bill Raises Hackles

Dog owners are barking mad over a new bill that would ban dogs from sticking their heads out car windows and more.

Tampa to Host Florida’s 1st LGBTQ+ Tourism Conference

Registration for the inaugural Florida OutCoast Convention opens February 14th.

A Cultural Winter Getaway in St. Pete

This quaint beach town offers more than hot bodies and warm weather this winter.

Disney Splash Mountain Fans Fuel Souvenirs Frenzy

The starting bid for one vial of “Splash Mountain Water” listed on eBay was $5,000.

Plumbing Disaster Brings Beautiful Friendship to Gay Airbnb Hosts

When the pipes broke, these two couples became friends and family.

The 10 Best Places in the U.S. to Visit in 2023

These nine states and one territory are the hottest LGBTQ+ destinations in America.

VIDEO: Cruise Passengers Treated to Six-Story Waterfall at Sea

The unplanned Caribbean cascade was the result of an unexpected hard turn to avoid a raft.

Museum of Sex Comes to Miami

The top-rated New York City attraction will open a new outpost in southern Florida.

A (Budget) LGBTQ+ Guide To Jacksonville

Why this Florida beach city is perfect for the thrifty queer traveler.

Florida Keys National Park Closed by Surge of Cuban Migrants

The closure is expected to last several days as hundreds of migrants landed in recent days.

New LGBTQ+ Art Fair Features Tea Dances, Pool Parties

The Iridescent LGBTQ+ Art Fair runs this weekend at the famed Axel Beach Hotel in Miami Beach.

Hurricane Season Started Slow, Finished with Destruction

Florida is still dealing with the cost and damage of the 2022 season.