Topics :: gay travel
By Sandy MacDonald | Friday May 10, 2013
Pack some oxygen and head to The Mile High City for a quick cultural tour that highlights great finds for those interested in art and shopping as well as some of the best bites west of the Mississippi.
By David Perry | Thursday May 9, 2013
Since New York State enacted the Marriage Equality Act in 2011, Niagara Falls has seen an upswing in tourism for LGBT’ers looking for a special setting for their vows. Plan ahead, though, or things might get more than a little misty.
By David Toussaint | Thursday May 9, 2013
Miami’s latest makeover reveals the city as even more sexy, lush and bursting with activities than ever before. Whether you hit the beach or revel in the exploding art scene, you’ll be sure to discover something new in one of our most enticing gay cities.
By EDGE | Tuesday May 7, 2013
Norwegian Cruise Lines’ newest ship,
Norwegian Breakaway, arrives in its New York city home port in preparation of a luxurious inaugural season on the high seas.
By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Apr 23, 2013
Discover San Juan’s colorful past, one fried bite at a time.
By Matthew Wexler | Monday Apr 22, 2013
Las Vegas prepares to fire up the grills for the seventh annual Vegas Uncork’d presented by Bon Appétit, featuring some of the world’s most renowned chefs, sommeliers, and culinary experts. Bring your appetite.
By Bruce Smith | Thursday Apr 18, 2013
Dating back to 1670, Charleston is filled with historical charm and major cultural events, but there are plenty of activities to explore that won’t cost a dime.
By Heather Cassell | Monday Apr 15, 2013
EDGE writer Heather Cassell hops aboard the Big Gay Wine Train for a rollicking good time as the wine flows and LGBT winemakers show off their best vintages from some of California’s most notable vineyards.
By Winnie McCroy | Friday Apr 12, 2013
Sin City rolls out the red carpet for the lesbian community Apr. 25-29 for Dinah Vegas, an annual bacchanalia of pool parties, clubbing, tea dances, brunches and lots of lovely ladies!
By Beth J. Harpaz | Tuesday Apr 9, 2013
A hotel boom is luring tourists out of Manhattan and across the East River to the Queens neighborhood of Long Island City, where 15 hotels have opened since 2006, from boutiques to chains.