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GayToday, Nearly 8 Years Old, Says Goodbye to Its Readers
Jack Nichols

Jack Nichols Reflects on the History of a Unique Publication

Financial Considerations Force Publisher to Cease Operation
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Cocoa Beach, Florida-In the wake of 4 recent hurricanes here in Florida where GayToday is published, I find myself, amid the wreckage, reflecting with pride and satisfaction on the joys of nearly eight years as this newsmagazine's editor. For me, today's sad news spells the end of an era. Financial considerations have caused GayToday's owner to cease publishing.
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