Issue 24.23: Deck The Hallows

By : Jake Stevens
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Why is Halloween like gay Christmas? Eric Rollings announces his run for Orange County Commissioner, Annie Hiotis joins EQFL board, local news, celebrity interviews, and much, much more!

Watermark Issue 24.21 // Oct. 19 – Nov. 1, 2017

On the Cover | Page 29
This is Halloween: From costume contests and festive parties to family fun and creature films; we look at why Halloween has become like Gay Christmas.

Open Seat | Page 8
Eric Rollings looks to become the first openly gay Orange County Commissioner with a run at District 3.

New Beginnings | Page 15
Longtime LGBTQ community advocate in Tampa Bay joins Equality Florida’s board.

Ladyfingers | Page 23
The News Junkie’s Sabrina Ambra recalls the scary story of coming out just in time for Halloween.

From 9-11 to Pulse | Page 47
“We collected the stories of the individuals; that’s community members, that’s survivors, that’s family members. You can read about this in the news or in a thousand years in a textbook, but to hear it from the voice of the individual who actually lived it, to record their story, is so incredibly important.” — Pamela Schwartz, Orange County Regional History Center’s Chief Curator, speaking at The onePULSE Foundation’s town hall forum.

Work B**ch! | Page 41
Caleb Marshall, a.k.a. The Fitness Marshall, is bringing his infectious dance moves to Lakeland for a set of cardio concerts.

Amid the Storms | Page 47
Florida’s celebrated historian Gary Mormino prepares for his lecture “From 9/11 to Pulse” at Orlando’s History Center

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