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Celebrate LGBTQ History Month with this interactive map of historic N.Y.C. sites

This month is LGBTQ History Month and to honor it The Municipal Art Society (MAS) of New York featured a panel about historic sites associated with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights movement at this week’s...
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Philadelphia unveils “Edie Windsor Way” sign to honor gay rights campaigner

Philadelphia has unveiled a street sign honoring gay rights campaigner Edie Windsor, who died last year aged 88. Windsor, who was born in Philadelphia, was the lead plaintiff in the landmark 2013 Supreme Court decision United...
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11 new Broadway shows to see this fall if you’re in New York City — as recommended by a theater professional

A chill in the air, pumpkin spice lattes, back to school, football season — there are a million reasons to love fall. But what makes fall most exciting for me is the start...
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Halloween in New Orleans, the Most Haunted City in America

After Mardi Gras, Halloween is arguably the next best time of year to experience New Orleans. What’s more, 2018 promises to be better than ever as the Big Easy is in the midst of...
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Miami Beach Is Still a Gay Paradise

“It’s not like it once was,” Robert, owner of the Icebox Cafe said to me, while I inhaled the best key lime pie I’ve ever tasted at his restaurant. (His pastries were featured on Oprah so you...
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Keith Haring Sculpture Coming To Chicago AIDS Garden

A sculpture from iconic artist and LGBT activist Keith Haring will be added to the city’s tribute garden to AIDS victims. Haring’s “Self-Portrait” sculpture will be placed in the new AIDS Garden set...
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Why Philly is Fabulous in the Fall for Our Community

Philadelphia happens to be one of those places that is great to visit all year round. There’s always something super exciting going on in the City of Brotherly Love, especially when it comes to...
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Feeling the Love for Philadelphia

In 1681, William Penn came to the Americas and founded what we now know as Pennsylvania. As a Quaker he had experienced plenty of religious persecution back home in England. Which is why,...
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Celine Dion to end Las Vegas concert residency next year

Las Vegas will soon have to find a way to go on without Celine Dion, who announced Monday that her concert residency will end next year. The Canadian music star took to social...
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Lady Gaga is ‘very excited’ for her Las Vegas residency

Lady Gaga has a few words for those who are aspiring to reach that next level in life: “There can be 100 people in the room and 99 who don’t believe in you....
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