No more Bob’s Big Boy. Pass on the Perkins. Can the Cracker Barrel.
The day has finally come that the all-American road trip can be filled with healthy choices to eat instead of fast food and Cheet-os. Thanks to The Eat Well Guide®, a multimedia website co-founded by the GRACE Communications Foundation, the days of eating at a greasy spoon are over with a shift to wholesome and healthy fare. Besides, who likes driving with orange fingers anyway?
New Orleans’ biggest LGBT event of the year takes over August 31 through September 5. Now’s a good time to boost the state’s economy and spirits as Louisiana recovers from tremendous flooding and destruction.
Over Labor Day Weekend, the city, state and its loyal visitors will do what they do best: celebrate. #PrayForLouisiana #ILoveYouLouisiana
Here are 10 things to know and do for Southern Decadence 2016 in New Orleans.
Yes, guys, the unofficial end of Summer is just around the corner, but there is still time to fire up the grill or head out of town for one last warm-weather jaunt. With plenty of events happening around the country, you are sure to wrap up the season with a bang and all you’ll need to do is pack your bags and hit the road. Check out these four last minute LGBT getaways before summer is officially over.
South Beach, Miami courtesy of Greater Miami CVB
Plunge into a seriously great vacation on Florida’s favorite island strip: Miami Beach. You’re guaranteed to have an incredible time by trying out any of the following 10 must-do activities in this legendary slice of ocean side glamour:
In this year’s America’s Favorite Places survey, Travel + Leisure magazine readers voted Provincetown as America’s Top Beach Town. The article states “…a winning trifecta of gorgeous natural scenery, charming architecture, and an everyone-is-welcome cultural scene,” earned PTown top honors. As the results make clear, American beachgoers are looking for more than just expanses of sand on their summer vacations. Some travelers are looking for resorts with a longstanding tradition of leisure.
Previously, Travel + Leisure named Provincetown one of America’s Quirkiest Towns and one of America’s Most Romantic Destinations.
Just because we’re in the dog days of summer that doesn’t mean our calendars should slow down. There are plenty of events across the country where you can either pack up the car or score cheap airfare to explore a new city. From coast-to-coast, we’re still celebrating our community with Pride events to parties under a scorching sun to flashbacks to better decades of music.
Pack your sunblock and boogie on down with one of these four fabulous remaining summer events.
Thousands of women are expected to flock to Key West Wednesday through Sunday, September 7–11, for the annual Womenfest celebration in the island city known for its all-welcoming diversity.
The popular festival for lesbians and their friends features activities ranging from snorkeling and water-sports excursions to high-energy late-night parties.
We’re in the middle of summer and things are really heating up in the Midwest, so there might be no better reason to slide on a tank top and soak up some sun than Chicago’s premier warm-weather event, Northalsted Market Days. This annual August event is one for all types with a laundry list of entertainment, parties and, of course, cocktails and it’s not too late to plan a trip to the Windy City.
Sightings of velour tracksuits, giant earrings and shoulder pads can mean only one thing – Provincetown’s Carnival Week extravaganza. This year’s theme “Back to the 80’s” will have everyone adding “Thriller,” “Sweet Child of Mine,” and “Papa Don’t Preach” to their vacation playlists.
Carnival Week, August 14 – 19, 2016 in Provincetown — the first and longest running festival of its kind in New England. More than a few Madonna impersonators are likely to be seen this year as 80’s fashion, culture and music fuel the street scene. Here are a handful of events to hit up that are packed with variety, humor and the outrageous.
Key West is known for its year-round subtropical weather, but temperatures are predicted to increase dramatically Thursday through Sunday, August 11-14. The cause: the annual Tropical Heat celebration, an adventurous long weekend of all-male adult fun.
Tropical Heat offers four days of sizzling happenings in the island city whose openness and respect for diversity have made it a world-renowned gay vacation destination. The festival’s intriguing events range from pool parties to drag shows to late-night gatherings at island clubs.
Here are a handful of things to put on your list. Continue reading