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Weird, Wonderful Austin (With a Dash of Texas Bravado for Good Measure)

A handsome, dreadlocked young man sitting behind a table of organic tomatoes appears to be to sculpting one of the ruby-red fruits with his paring knife as if performing origami.  He is shielded...

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Stay Gay and Play in Greater Fort Lauderdale

The secret is out of the closet: the Gay-borhood is getting a facelift and a shot of BOTOX too. Major renovations are taking place at gay-owned and gay-friendly guesthouses in Greater Fort Lauderdale,...

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Miami Beach: Where Vice and Virtue, the Tawdry and Tame, Co-Exist

In Miami Beach, vice and virtue, the tawdry and the tame, the high-and-mighty and everyday people, coexist as in few other places. We are home to all-night clubs, over-exposed celebrities and centimillionaire entrepreneurs....

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Rehoboth growing as same-sex couple community

Each year, Steve Elkins looks at a room full of Rehoboth Beach summer police officers and asks if anyone knows someone who’s gay. No one used to raise a hand, said Elkins, founder...

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Queer Girl City Guide: Boston, MA

Did you know Lizz and Rachel are both from Boston!? We are! Well kind of. You should know when anyone says they live in Boston, they almost always mean they live in the...

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Vibrator Museum Organizers Hope To Create A Buzz

San Francisco’s newest museum is sure to cause a buzz when it opens April 12 — because it’s devoted to vibrators of the past. The Antique Vibrator Museum is designed to showcase kinky...

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In Austin the Pink Palace Is a Legend

In Austin, Texas, the Pink Palace is a Legend. Among the current and former residents of the Pink Palace, there is a consensus that the house attained legendary status 10 years ago, after...

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Still Reinventing After All These Years

We all think we know Fort Lauderdale, a sunny winter escape as familiar to many of us as the Upper West Side. Fort Lauderdale is the airport we fly into (Miami is strictly...

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When the Drag Queens Go, the Neighborhood Follows

I never thought I would miss the sleazebags. Yet after 13 years of living on South Beach, the burg is feeling uncomfortably sedate — even respectable. First arriving in January 1999 to an...

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Watch out Boystown, Rogers Park becoming the new gayborhood

The fresh, new enclave of gay bars isn’t tucked away in Boystown or even Andersonville—it’s on the Glenwood Arts District strip in Rogers Park, or as bar owner Colm Treacy calls it “Gay...

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