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Traveling Art Exhibit ‘AXIS MUNDO’ Highlights the Work of LA’s Queer, Chicanx Community

The year was 1976. Queer, Chicanx artist Joey Terrill hand-printed a series of T-shirts emblazoned with the words “Maricon,” a Spanish slur for gay men, and “Malflora,” the derogatory equivalent of lesbian, across...

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Philadelphia, Camden to celebrate Walt Whitman’s 200th birthday

This year, you will probably be hearing a lot about Walt Whitman. May 31 will be the 200th anniversary of his birth, and a year of events and exhibitions will celebrate that fact....

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Photos from 10 great events in 2018

Time flies when you’re having fun! This year has been filled with laughs, love and plenty of pride. From Pride Fest to Market Days, here is 2018 as it unfolded in gay Chicago as captured through...

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Key West’s High Heel Drop: A 22-Year Tradition

Tens of thousands of people flock to Key West each year to ring in the New Year as only the island can. The Key West ‘Red High Heel Drop’ has become an honored...

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The Grand Resort Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

At one time, there were a dozen gay guesthouses along Fort Lauderdale Beach. Over the last five years, gay resorts have taken their toll as new, larger properties spring up right across the...

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Andy Warhol Exhibit Includes Old Favorites, New Insights

The 25-foot long “Camouflage Last Supper,” one of Andy Warhol’s last and most personal works, floods a full wall of a room on the fifth floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art....

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Philadelphia, a lot more than the Liberty Bell

Mention Philadelphia, and most people seem to think of two things: Philly steaks and history. Regarding the latter, there are so many well-known places and items, including the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and...

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This Austin Party Made Space for Local Queer Voices

The LGBTQ community of Austin is “family-like,” says performer and makeup artist Belladonna, who’s become a local fixture in a small scene of queers making space for themselves outside the cis gay heteronormativity of Texas’ capital....

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Sin City Classic, gay news, Washington Blade

Sin City Classic LGBT sports tourney returns in mid-Jan.

The 12th annual Sin City Classic sports festival will return on Jan. 17-20 in Las Vegas with about 6,500 LGBT athletes expected to compete in 21 sports. Originally run as a softball tournament hosted by...

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Embark on a Delicious Foodie Journey in San Francisco

As a lifelong New Yorker, I scoff at the idea that any other city can compare to ours in many facets, one of which being the types of food my The Big Apple...

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