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Gay British pop singer Darren Ockert, who now lives in South Florida, will soon release a new album, Short Story Long. Featured on the album: Crumbs.
Click here to read a short profile I wrote about Ockert in 2012.
Posted by Steve Rothaus at 04:41 PM
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Trailer for 'The Day It Snowed in Miami,' an hour-long documentary about South Florida's role in the gay-rights movement.