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Start Your Yuletide Gay: This is How to Rock Out Your Friendsgiving

Want to start the Yuletide gay with a Friendsgiving feast? Whether you’re hosting, visiting or agreeing to eat out with your LGBT chosen family, there are a few sure tips...

This is the Hidden Cost of Thanksgiving — in Calories

Wondering how high you can heap that Thanksgiving plate? That might depend on how much time you have to exercise afterward. How many calories are in your favorite Thanksgiving...

LA’s Pizzana Restaurant: This is Pizza Done Right

Celebrity-owned restaurants are nothing new for Los Angeles, but even jaded diners had to concede there was something special about Pizzana. The original location opened in...

Kombucha: These Are the Facts, Not the Myths

Let’s talk kombucha. What is it? Where’d it come from? Is it as good for you as the companies who make it want you to believe? Sure, it’s on-trend. But what are...

Get the Most Out of La Jolla with a Stay at the Grande Colonial Hotel

Grande Colonial 910 Prospect St. La Jolla, CA 92037 858-454-2181 thegrandecolonial.com La Jolla translates as “the jewel,” and it is, indeed a gem of a town. It makes an ideal...

Want to Improve Your Health? Have a Glass of Wine

When Cameron Hughes wine released a “wine-bow” featuring six of their most popular wines in a rainbow-splashed six pack for Pride, they certainly attracted our attention. We...

12 Popular Chelsea Restaurants You Need to Try

NYC Gay Neighborhood Restaurant Guide: Chelsea There’s nothing better than making a food itinerary when you visit a new city (or is that just us?). We recommend planning a meal...

10 Restaurants near Christopher Street You Need to Try

The Christopher Street/Sheridan Square area has developed into one of the most popular neighborhoods in New York City. The West Village’s angular streets of historical...

This Is Why New York Is a Top Queer Coffee Destination

New York’s obsession with coffee is legendary and well-documented in Erin Meister’s New York City: A Caffeinated History. Historically, Lower Manhattan was the coffee district...

This Is Why You Should Try These 10 Park Slope Restaurants Now

Park Slope, Brooklyn is one of the 6 gayborhoods you should definitely know about. This long, thin area, located immediately west of Prospect Park, is filled with street after...

LGBTQ in LA? Here Are the Top Five Places You Need to Visit

Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis, and its easy to get overwhelmed. But if you can spare a weekend, you can get up to speed on the city’s multi-culti LGBTQ past — and...

Here’s Why These “Mocktails” Are Known as the Elixir of Life

Keep your health and fitness goals on track this summer with the help of uplifting herbal tonics and mocktails. Summertime is here, which means outdoor barbeque and raucous...