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The 5 Mental Benefits Of Traveling This Summer

Summertime is here, and with it comes the crunch of travel. If this summer is anything like summer’s pre-pandemic, traveling throughout the US will be at an all-time high. ...

TAKE TWO! Broadway is Back

Happy spring, everybody! No, there wasn’t a full shutdown but all of New York seemed back in that slog of the darkest days of 2020, only without all the hope and courage! But...

Thanks to its vast cultural offerings, there is never a dull moment in NYC

A wise woman named Alicia Keys once referred to New York as “a concrete jungle where dreams are made of” and it is an apt description, indeed. With entertainment venues on...

Julia Scotti Live + “Julia Scotti: Funny That Way” Screening

Trans comedian Julia Scotti will appear at Stand-Up NY, along with the documentary film, “Julia Scotti: Funny That Way”, based on her life. The documentary follows the New...

Broadway always shines brighter during the holidays

Forget the Times Square Ball dropping on New Year’s Eve, the fabled block has never been more lit than it was for the reopening of Broadway’s longest-running musical, The...

NYC Pride – The Fight Continues

This year’s Pride celebrations may look a tad different, but the intention behind them is all the same. The community has come a long way, but the battle for equality is far...

BETTY is Back!

If Pop Queer trio BETTY had a crystal ball in 1986 at their first show at DC’s 9:30 Club, they still couldn’t have predicted the craziness that has been this year, this past...

Savor Pride with Chef Woldy Reyes

Chef Woldy Reyes is a Chef and Founder of the boutique catering company, Woldy Kusina, based in New York. Woldy Kusina’s cuisine is centered around a simple philosophy — to...

Tom of Finland Foundation (ToFF) is proud to announce its 25th Art & Culture Festival: Plugged In

Tom of Finland Foundation (ToFF) is proud to announce its 25th Art & Culture Festival: Plugged In. This year’s Festival will be hosted on a custom website, starting the...

The Best LGBTQ Things to Do This Month in NYC

Looking for gay events in NYC? Whether you’re looking for drag shows, parties talks & lectures, film screenings, theater, or art exhibits, Metrosource is your guide to the...

NYC’s Best LGBT Friendly Piano Bars

Piano bars are often hit-and-miss outside New York City. We’re spoiled here, in that there are so many of them, you get to choose. Some venues lean more on musicals....

Where to Eat: Our Favorite LGBT-Friendly Chelsea Restaurants

The Breslin The Spotted Pig folks are behind this vintage-rustic restaurant in NoChel’s Ace Hotel. British-inspired fare is egg-centric at breakfast and meat-and-terrine heavy...