As you stepped into the main room of the Hagen Park Community Center, you were overtaken by the mouthwatering smell of Italian food and the loud buzz of people talking. The party on Sept. 18 was the brainchild of local activist and realtor Jimmy Cunningham.
And just like that, the future of The SMART Ride (SR) vanished. OutSFL broke the news on social media that the ride is coming to an end. As the news quickly spread, people close to the organization and those who barely know about it were all asking: “Why?”
A gut punch. That’s what it felt like for thousands of riders, crew, volunteers, and more when they learned that the SMART Ride is ending after this year’s ride. OutSFL broke the news Saturday on social media.
A record budget of $52 million is poised to be passed by the Wilton Manors city commission. At their special meeting on Sept. 13, commissioners took input from the public and took preliminary votes for funding the city’s new fiscal year, which starts Oct. 1.
On Friday the Stonewall National Museum & Archives is hosting author Mark S. King, who is promoting his new book, “My Fabulous Disease: Chronicles of a Gay Survivor.”
This is the second part of a two-part series on the upcoming proposed hotel in Wilton Manors, speaking directly with the developer of the project.
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