Issue 21.13: St. Pete Pride

By : Jake Stevens
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Night Moves: St. Pete Pride’s grand marshals share the message of global equality at its first-ever night parade June 27, Your St. Pete Pride checklist, June 28 Festival entertainment line-up
Mary Lambert and the 27/92 concert, St. Pete City Hall will fly pride flag, Our extensive Gay Days coverage, local news, celebrity interviews, events, photos, and much more!

Watermark Issue 21.13 // June 19-July 2 2014

On the Cover | Page 37
(L-R) St. Pete Pride’s 2014 grand marshals Jay Aller, Nancy and John Desmond of PFLAG Tampa and Darden Rice hope to bring a message of “Global Equality” to 130,000 people during the organization’s first night parade and separate street festival. Photo by Nick Cardello

Page 8 | Orlando News
There were fewer red shirts at Gay Day at the Magic Kingdom, but the parties surrounding Gay Days were packed to capacity; a panel at UCF says a fraternity did not dismiss a member because he is gay; more

Page 14 | Kriseman
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman took unprecedented steps in recognizing Pride month, including unveiling plans to fly a rainbow flag over city hall; the man accused of murdering his partner says he was just using the Dunedin man.

Page 28 | All About Steve
This year’s Prelude to Pride spooftacular is a rip off of All About Eve. Matthew McGee and Scott Daniel tell us about the hilarity surrounding All About Steve and the Suncoast AIDS Theater Project’s mission to remind its audience that the HIV battle is still ongoing.

Page 69 | Looking Back
In 2003, two men who disappeared in Tampa were declared dead, and Steve Lorenzo was charged with their murders. And 2004 was a wet one for Florida, with a string of hurricanes wreaking havoc over Central Florida. Publisher Tom Dyer continues is look back at Watermark’s first 20 years.

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