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By Steve Weinstein | Friday Jun 14, 2013
From pool parties and outdoor concerts to an 80,000-square-foot gay mecca known as Krave Massive, Las Vegas has outdone itself yet again with a summer line-up of entertainment, parties and music that beckons the ultimate gay vacation.
By Mark Thompson | Thursday Jun 13, 2013
One of the top ten most-visited cities in the US, New Orleans was recently ranked second in the nation for gay friendliness. As our guide, Miss Jeanie, told us upon our return to the Crescent City, "You love New Orleans - and she’ll love you right back."
By Becky Bohrer, Mark Thiessen | Thursday Jun 13, 2013
More than 1 million cruise passengers will travel to Alaska between now and September, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t deals to be had - we’ve got the EDGE on the best economical ways to visit our 49th state.
Tuesday Jun 11, 2013
One of the top ten most-visited cities in the US, New Orleans was recently ranked second in the nation for gay friendliness. The city that gave birth to the first cocktail, as well as to jazz, is a haven of good things that LGBT people love.
By Jonathan Fahey, Scott Mayerowitz | Wednesday Jun 5, 2013
Planning your summer vacation. Here are tips, trends and forecasts for what’s ahead and how to get the most bang for your buck.
By Troy Petenbrink | Saturday Jun 1, 2013
When Luc Provost transforms into Mado Lamotte, one of Montreal’s most famous drag queens, it’s a magical moment. His over-the-top makeup and costumes make Mado edgy, unique, beautiful and welcoming - much like his native city.
By Tony Phillips | Thursday May 23, 2013
Part 2 in a series, EDGE writer Tony Phillips explores the ins, outs, ups and downs of the multi-billion dollar amusement park industry that is still trying to find its niche in the LGBT community.
By Tony Phillips | Wednesday May 22, 2013
From castle crashing to bible thumping, EDGE writer Tony Phillips explores the ins, outs, ups and downs of the multi-billion dollar amusement park industry that is still trying to find its niche in the LGBT community. Part 1 of a 2-part series.
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.
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