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Picture Key West in 1960. A “dingy theatre along Duval Street” was showing The Fugitive Kind, starring Marlon Brando. Darwin Porter, then chief of the Key West bureau of the Miami Herald, invited Tallulah Bankhead to see the film with him. To their surprise, “they found Tennessee Williams and his…
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The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center is now open on 26th Street in Wilton Manors. The Board has  have taken the challenge presented by our difficulties with the HIV / AIDS epidemic and used it to create something that is inspiring and educational. We have accomplished a lot: raising…
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Acceptance of the gay lifestyle was the theme of the typically first-rate performance of the South Florida Gay Men’s Chorus on March 28. Testimony, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, ended the first act. It was introduced by chorus member Randy Washburn, who called it a “breathtaking and emotional…
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