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Summer fun in gay San Francisco

The gay mecca of the USA will host an overwhelming number of events for the entire LGBT community over the summer, ranging from small parades to major galas Over two months of events...

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Fort Lauderdale’s Gay Virtues

Known as one of the country’s foremost LGBT capitals, Fort Lauderdale definitely offers visitors a plethora of dining, entertainment and cultural options, not to mention miles of pristine beaches perfect for those looking...

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Gay Museum Wars: Victory? Or a Truce?

Way back in 1934, Paul Cadmus’s painting “The Fleet’s In!” displayed a shockingly honest panorama of oversexed sailors on leave. When the Corcoran Gallery, one of the most prominent museums in Washington, D.C.,...

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Hi Tops, San Francisco’s First Gay Sports Bar, Takes Shape in Former Lime Space

“You don’t have to be a jock to like being in a sports bar,” says Jesse Woodward, one of the co-owners of Hi Tops, which is the aforementioned gay sports bar that will...

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Stonewall National Museum & Archives Stores America's LGBT History

A museum in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has something the Smithsonian in Washington wants: a gavel. Sitting in a glass case at the Stonewall National Museum & Archives is the very gavel that House...

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LA's last gay piano bar

The Other Side, located on Hyperion Avenue in Silver Lake, is the last gay piano bar left standing in Los Angeles, according to John Rabe at KPCC. “There used to be many, but...

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The Abbey could open by end of year on Halsted

There’s a buzz on Boystown’s North Halsted Street and it’s emanating all the way from one of West Hollywood’s most iconic gay nightspots. Long an eyesore in the middle of Boystown, the former...

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'Best Gay Bar' Bans Bachelorette Parties

The “Best Gay Bar in the World” according to Time Magazine, has decided to ban bachelorette parties. Its owner and founder David Cooley, who is gay, was in pain from seeing young women...

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SF revamps LGBT travel pitch

Five years after launching its first targeted campaign at LGBT tourists, San Francisco is revamping its pitch and urging them to “come out to SF. Waaaaay out.” The new advertising slogan will appear...

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Providence Shines with a Rainbow of GLBT Activities for Gay Pride Month

A dynamic city known for its eclectic art, music and culinary offerings, Providence was founded on the visionary principles of tolerance, liberty and free will. This foundation can be seen in the city’s...

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