Pride on Edge: A pop-up gay bar and nightclub experience

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Love is magic and we’ll be celebrating both as I Love the Burg St. Pete, Uniqorn, and OpenHouse ST. PETE welcome revelers to Pride on Edge, St. Pete’s first pop-up gay club experience for TWO NIGHTS ONLY.

This is not your typical pride party. The magical Uniqorn touch means an experience that’s never over the top, but hardly comfortable playing it safe.

We’ll be popping up on the fringes of downtown in one of its coolest up and coming neighborhoods, the Edge District. OPENHOUSE’s new and unique event space provides the perfect blank canvas for a weekend full of music, lights, dancing, drinks, DJs, and other colorful entertainment.

A portion of proceeds go to benefit Metro Wellness & Community Centers in support of their essential LGBTQ, transgender, and youth programs.

06.14.18 Central Florida Bureau Chief’s Desk

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As you are reading this it has been a few days since the two-year mark of the Pulse tragedy, but because of how deadlines and press days fall, I am writing this the day before the June 12 date.

June 12 carries a weird energy with me now. For those who don’t know, I share my birthday with the same day that a disturbed individual decided to take 49 lives at Pulse. Last year at the one-year mark, while attending memorials and vigils, I was receiving notifications of Happy Birthday and messages wishing me a fun and happy day all while grieving with my community and consoling friends.

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Kylie Minogue reveals drag queens have been more Kylie than her

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Kylie Minogue might be the original but she admits that drag queens have been more Kylie than she could be.

In an interview on “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” the Australian pop star recalls one time when she found herself at a drag show in a gay club. She says that night she was “the least Kylie of all the Kylies.”

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YouTube star pleads guilty to vandalism in false report case

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LOS ANGELES (AP) – A gay YouTube personality has pleaded guilty to felony vandalism in an incident in which he claimed he was the victim of a hate crime.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office says London-native Calum McSwiggan pleaded guilty Nov. 7 and was sentenced to three years of supervised probation and 52 anger management sessions.

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Straight man barred from South Beach gay club

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South Beach – A South Florida straight man is no longer welcome at a South Beach gay club.

Omar Raipute told WSVN, a Miami TV news station, that he was banned from Twist for being straight, and questioned if it was legal because he claimed he didn’t do anything wrong to be banned from the club. Twist has been open since 1993 and has welcomed men and women — straight or gay. Rajpute, a former contestant on the TV show X-Factor, is a dancer. He said he frequents gay clubs, including Twist, because they play good dance music.

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LGBT-friendly downtown bar gets a new name, new owners and new look

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Orlando – Revolution Nightclub is no more. The Orlando gay club closed its doors April 1 and will reopen under new management as RBARR Discotek & Cocktail Boutique later this month.

The club’s new owners, Timothy Barr and Rick Kowalczyk dismissed rumors that the club is permanently closing or going straight.

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