Fire Island

Joel Kim Booster and fellow actor Matt Rogers shared memories of a "200+ person orgy" and more on an episode of the "Finding Fire Island" podcast.
Many felt Hanna Rosin's critique of Hulu's LGBTQ-inclusive comedy — which features many queer actors of color — was misdirected at best.
"Fire Island" will reimagine Jane Austen's 1813 classic as a splashy romantic comedy set amid the sand and surf of New York's premier gay resort town.
On Fire Island, the Black and Brown Equity Coalition showed how to promote racial equity and amplify the most marginalized voices.
The New York performer puts a topical spin on the song "Belle" from "Beauty and the Beast" during a summer visit to Fire Island.
One 27-year-old vacationer, Corey Hannon, proclaimed on social media that he was recovering from COVID-19 while hitting the surf.
"In the end, it’s always a race, with our younger selves, with time, with those a generation younger than we are."
"This time of the year evokes the ghosts of many a lost talent who seem to rise up from forgotten bars, crumbling piers and unrecognizable landscapes, envisioning glass houses of the future with nothing to hide."
Ben Yahr said his music video is "about loving yourself from head to toe."