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8 famous streets in America you need to visit in your lifetime

There are renowned streets across the globe, like Abbey Road in London, England, and Champs-Elysees in Paris, France, but you don’t have to go that far. Many of the world’s most iconic streets are…

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On Bourbon: The street that locals love to hate

There are countless Bourbon Streets. There’s residential Bourbon. There is gay Bourbon — whatever of its remains can be glimpsed beneath the screeching flocks of bachelorette vultures. There are subjective Bourbons: beggar’s Bourbon,…

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View of a wooden hut painted in rainbow colors standing on a beach.

The Top 50 Trending Destinations for Celebrating Pride 2018

Every year, people from all over the world come together to celebrate LGBT Pride. Since the first Pride parade, that took place in New York City in 1970, a variety of destinations around the globe…

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A rainbow-painted intersection in Philadelphia's Gayborhood.

LGBTQ-friendly destinations to visit during Pride Month and beyond

It’s Pride Month and time to wave your rainbow flag high. Although New York City’s Pride March is legendary and partying on Fire Island is always lit, beyond the Pines here are five…

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What’s it take to be a New Orleans drag queen?

New Orleans wasn’t weird enough for Vinsantos. The artist, whose real name is Vincent DeFonte, is also a drag queen. He began performing in San Francisco years ago, finally succumbing to the draw…

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New Orleans' French Quarter hosts three parades on Easter Sunday.

Best places in the world to spend Easter

New Orleans knows how to party, so it’s perhaps no surprise that it hosts not just one but three parades on Easter Sunday. The Historic French Quarter Parade kicks off at 9:45am outside…

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Saints & Sinners: LGBT writing fest is a mainstay of the New Orleans literary scene

The Saints and Sinners Literary Festival began, like many good things in New Orleans, as a conversation among friends. Partners Paul Willis and Greg Herren were musing over the possibility of combining ways…

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How ‘Gay’ Should a Gay Bar Be?

The website for the Abbey touts its role as a two-time winner of Logo’s “Best Gay Bar in the World” award. But how gay is it? Some of the regulars believe the increasing number of…

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2017 Summer Travel: LGBT travelers rave about riding the rails

There was a time when travel was romantic; those about to embark on a trip often donned their best clothing while service providers pulled out all the stops with freshly prepared meals, cocktails…

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24 Hours in New Orleans

My wife, Melissa, and I are graduate students in a small town in Southern Illinois. We don’t get a lot of time off during the school year, but when we do, we love…

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