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All That and a Tub of Fruit

The greatest design challenge I ever faced was a work- intensive, logistical nightmare, and it was utterly my fault....

Shop Around the World

Sick of snow globes and coffee mugs? We travel to extraordinary shops in five countries to discover goods that you definitely will not be able to pick up in duty-free....

Companies That Care 2015

This year, our annual exploration of the relationship between the LGBT community and corporate America focuses on the organizations who turn their financial support into tangible...

Scents of Individuality

Looking for a fragrance that is as unique as you are?...

A Different Drummer

It’s easy to think of Gay Pride as a destination, but Steven recalls discovering that — like a fine piece of luggage — you can take Pride almost anywhere. Whoever said “I...

Announcing Our Announcements Section

We’re proud to announce an exciting new addition to Metrosource: You!...

Proud World

THESE EVENTS HAVE PASSED Looking for things to do? Check out This Week’s Best LGBT Events in New York City or check out our Events Page As Pride season begins all over the U.S.,...

Pride Town

Wade remembers his first visit to Provincetown, where a chance invitation allowed him to glimpse a future he hadn’t begun to imagine. My first-ever morning in Provincetown, I...

Wed in the World: June/July

Marriage equality news from the United States and abroad from our June/July issue, now on stands....

Let’s Get Soaking Wet

It’s time to show off all your hard work at the gym, and whether your goal is to soak up some sun or cool off in the pool, you’re going to need some snazzy apparel to do it...

Is It Inspired or Stolen? Copyright and fair use expert, Ryan E. Long

There’s a fine line between inspiration and infringement. Ryan E. Long of Long & Associates, a copyright and fair use expert, offers a primer for professionals in the...

Other Kinds of Gay

Gay can be a tricky word — and not just because the ignorant still use it like a schoolyard taunt. Though I suppose anything enjoyed by gay people could “be gay,” I...