Issue 24.15: Family Meal

By : Jake Stevens
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Four LGBTQ Central Florida and Tampa Bay chefs on finding their tribe in the restaurant life, rainbow crosswalk petitions in Orlando, Balance Tampa Bay’s Black and White Ball, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Watermark Issue 24.15 // July 27 – Aug. 9, 2017

On the Cover | Page 23
Cooking with Diversity: A pinch of openness, a dash of acceptance and voilà, you have LGBTQ chefs running some of the best kitchens in Central Florida and Tampa Bay. Photos by Jake Stevens

City Rainbows | Page 8
A petition is calling for city officials to create a rainbow crosswalk at the intersection of S. Orange Ave and Kaley St.

Paper Faces | Page 10
It’s all Black & White for Balance Tampa Bay’s third annual Masquerade Ball at The RITZ Ybor in Tampa.

Happens in Vegas | Page 14
The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce celebrates 15 years with a leadership conference in Las Vegas.

Wonderful World of Wanzie | Page 17
“This President is dangerous! This shameful man is woefully lacking integrity. This President cares not for the plight, future, security or the prosperity of anyone other than him and his family.” —Michael Wanzie

A Legacy of Love | Page 32
Filmmaker Sandi Hulon takes an intimate look at the life of Eddie Sotomayor, One of 49.

Required Reading | Page 35
Binghamton University professor Benita Roth explores the rise of the ACT UP/LA during the 80s and 90s in new book.

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