Travel & Recreation

Hitting The Rainbow Slopes

  Elevation Gay Ski Week and Aspen Gay Ski Week draw GLBT skiers to Aspen, Colorado and Park City, Utah slopes. “Gay parties are the best parties,” Elevation Gay Ski Week producer Tom Whitman says […]

Why Atlanta?

All I knew about Atlanta was that scene in Gone with the Wind where Gen. Sherman burns the city to a crisp. Oh, and chasing a connecting flight through its airport—the busiest in the world. […]

Holiday Gift Guide: Travel

This Christmas, go gay. In a big way. Travel has always been a great gift, because unlike that cat calendar or set of Ginsu knives, it can’t be used against you later. And travel is […]

Following the Midnight Sun

Okay, I confess: I’m a hardcore Viking fan. No, not the kind that heads to the stadium in a purple jersey—rather, the kind who looks for Viking River Cruise announcements in her inbox and grabs […]

A Word In Edgewise: Sports and Activity—Goals Yet Unattained

I have friends that hike, that ski, scuba. They trek and cycle in foreign lands through wet and cold and sun and rain. I applaud them, I admire them, but I neither envy, nor seek to surpass […]

Show Me the ‘Show Me’ State

“Missouri: It’s Not That Bad” reads the message on the t-shirt. Take it as a snarky attempt at crowd control here in Columbia, a college town (make that: three colleges) boiling over with artists and […]

Naples: Gateway to Pompeii and Capri

By Eric Poole Who doesn’t love Italian men sightseeing? Naples, on the southern coast, is the gateway to some of Italy’s best, with the world-class historical site of Pompeii and the jet-set island of Capri […]

Windy City, Take My Breath Away

Explore Chicago’s rich GLBT history, majestic downtown area, and yes, the pizza. The first time I went to Chicago, I was 14 years old. Since my parents both originally hail from Illinois, my dad brought […]

From The Editor: Life Finds A Getaway

We all need a vacation. No matter who you are, the inherent and utter craziness of life necessitates a bit of a recreational reprieve every now and then, especially outside the confines of our homes […]

A Word In Edgewise: Getting Geared for Getting Away

Fall is my favorite travel season. There’s hope of cooler weather, brighter colors, and fewer tourists. But recently, my pleasure has been plagued by anxiety. [Before proceeding, for full disclosure, I acknowledge that travel anxiety is a […]

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