Let freedom ring

Posted on 08 Aug 2014 at 6:00am

Philadelphia, the city of brotherly (and sisterly) love, welcomes gay travelers ANDREW COLLINS  | Contributing Writer Philadelphia is home to some of the most important and fascinating art museums and historic attractions in the country, not to mention a superb (if underrated) dining scene and a rich selection of stylish hotels. Stroll around Independence National […]

10 smart travel ideas

Posted on 25 Jul 2014 at 7:20am

Vacation coming up? Consider these ideas to make the trip go smoothly There’s still more than a month until summer unofficially ends on Labor Day, so if you find yourself lucky enough to get away soon — or really anytime — here are some tips to make your travel experience go smoothly. Before leaving the […]

More Pride—north of the border

Posted on 20 Jun 2014 at 7:55am

Niagara, Ottawa among the gay gems of Canada Last week, we previewed WorldPride, the internation gay celebration taking place this weekend in Toronto. But Canada’s largest city isn’t the only place Texans interested in headed toward the Great White North can find queerlicious destinations. In Part 2 of our series, we offer suggestions for other Canadian […]

Gateway to WorldPride

Posted on 13 Jun 2014 at 6:00am

Toronto welcomes international Pride fest, but city’s a gay mecca anyway   The annual Gay Pride celebration in Toronto has long been one of the biggest, boldest and best-attended around, but for 2014, get ready for the city’s greatest festival yet. The annual WorldPride, which moves to a different city each year, will take place […]

Southwest summer

Posted on 09 May 2014 at 6:00am

Texas, N.M., Arizona and Nevada all gear up for a hot time with the gays   It’s coming up on National Gay Pride Month, and groups from all over are reaching out to make sure you know it. Best of all, not everything takes place in June — there are attractions all through the summer. […]

Old time R ’n R

Posted on 11 Apr 2014 at 7:40am

With its hall of fame and upcoming queerlympics, Cleveland is courting gays   The host city this summer of the ninth installment of the Gay Games festival, which was established in 1994 (then known as the Gay Olympics, before the lawyers stepped in), Cleveland has been the focus of an ambitious, ongoing urban renaissance in […]


Posted on 14 Mar 2014 at 7:25am

From Folsom to ferry building, the SoMa gayborhood is a San Francisco treat Encompassing a vast, architecturally and demographically diverse tract of central San Francisco that extends from the Mission District to the bay, SoMa — defined as the area south of Market Street — is an urban swath containing everything from shiny new loft condos […]

Dames at sea

Posted on 28 Feb 2014 at 7:25am

Olivia, which caters to lesbians, is not the same as a gay cruise. Which is just how it should be I’ve never been on a gay cruise, only a lesbian one, so I don’t have first-hand experience with the famed debauchery of the former. I have heard stories of the “dick decks” and barely-there costumes, […]

Raiders of the Sauced Ark

Posted on 28 Feb 2014 at 6:15am

Tips and tricks for navigating the frothy waters of a gay cruise   STEVEN LINDSEY & JEF TINGLEY Contributing Writers lifestyle@dallasvoice.com To very loosely paraphrase 1970s cameo-machine The Love Boat, gay cruising is indeed exciting and new, offering something for everyone who sets a course for adventure. And if your mind’s on a new romance, that can be found […]

COVER STORY: Maui and the aloha state of mind

Posted on 24 Jan 2014 at 6:30am

There’s a reason for Hawaii’s gay-friendliness that has nothing to do with being Obama’s native state — paradise welcomes everyone ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor When the islands call, West Coasters typically visit Hawaii and East Coasters Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands, but where does that leave Texans? Well, Hawaii helped make that […]