Jeffrey James Keyes Author

Jeffrey James Keyes is a New York-based writer and photographer who grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has been interviewing notable members of the LGBTQ community and writing about wellness and same-sex marriage for Metrosource for many years. He recently teamed up with James Patterson to co-author the book Killer Chef for Hachette Books and Little, Brown and Company. His play "Uniforms," which was presented by the Samuel French OOB Festival in New York City, was adapted into a short film that has appeared at a variety of notable festivals.

Safety and Self Care for Skiers: Get Ready for the Slopes

Since the advent of Modern downhill skiing in the 1850s, the sport has gone on to enjoy tremendous popularity. The Kotte National End of Season Survey estimates that in the U.S....

Happy Feet? Get the Best Podiatry Available from Gay Chelsea Foot and Ankle

We ask our feet to support us through thick and thin; so we sought out an expert to ask how we can take the best care of them in return. Dr. Ethan J. Ciment (pictured, above,...

Wed in the World: A Summary of Recent Marriage Equality News

For the latest recap of marriage equality news, we cover Malaysia, New York, Romania and more. Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister of Malaysia declared to Reuters, “In...

Master Your New Year’s Resolutions with Life Coach Roger DeWitt

How do you achieve your resolutions? Change what you resolve. The tradition of making new Year’s resolutions can be traced back at least 4,000 years to the  ancient...

Feeling Lucky in Love? Plan to Have Your Wedding in Las Vegas

With the ever-increasing number of high end hotels rising into the Las Vegas skyline, it’s no wonder the city has stepped up the luxe factor in their wedding landscape. Vegas...

Wed in the World: Change Is Gonna Come. . . or Is on the Way

The latest on marriage equality around the world. Equality approaches for three iconic islands. Costa Rica Their supreme court recently lifted the ban on same-sex marriage, and...

Curaçao: A Gay-Friendly Vacation Where LGBT Fantasy Meets Luxe Reality

Curaçao, an island nation north of Venezuela, is known for its blazing azure waters, pristine beaches and stunning resorts. Its capital Willemstad is bustling, and be sure to...

What Should Grooms Wear on the Big Day? Picking the Tux That’s Right for You

How do you go about deciding what to wear on your big day? Budget Renting can be kind if you plan to match with your wedding party and usually makes sure everything down to the...

Do Cold Workouts Get Results? The Benefits of Cool Fitness Programs

After years of Hot Yoga, I realized there was a different kind of burn to be felt working out in the cold. Workouts have been about heat for a long time. I’ve lost count of how...

What’s the Mystery Behind the Martial Art Known as Tai Chi Chuan?

Ever passed a small group of people practicing what appear to be very slow martial arts moves in a park? Chances are they’re moving through Tai chi chuan poses. And if you’ve...

Looking for a Destination Wedding? Consider Riviera Maya and Tulum

Banyan Tree Mayakoba, along the pristine coast of the Riviera Maya, is an optimal home base for a wedding weekend in Maya Riviera. Just 75 miles South of Cancun, a team of...

How Do You Create the Ideal Floral Design for Your Wedding?

For thoughts on wedding blooms we consulted Barbara Mele of Gatherings Floral Design and the FlowerSchool of New York: METROSOURCE: What do you wish people knew before coming to...