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Re-Crafting the Cocktail: 3 Must-Visit NYC Mixology Masters

Re-Crafting the Cocktail: 3 Must-Visit NYC Mixology Masters

By April Stamm |
There's a cocktail-centric spot for every palate, as exemplified by these three exceptional venues that are shaking, stirring and pouring some of New York City's best libations.

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Yves Saint Laurent Museum Opens in Marrakech

Yves Saint Laurent Museum Opens in Marrakech

By Reda Zaireg | Oct 23
The Yves Saint Laurent museum opened its doors to the public Thursday in Marrakech, the sunny, bustling, gritty Moroccan city beloved by the late French designer.

New Orleans Halloween Tour Highlights the Macabre

New Orleans Halloween Tour Highlights the Macabre

By Janet McCounnaughey | Oct 23
Talk about spooky: a Halloween-themed tour of New Orleans' grisly history opens next week and it's not for the squeamish.

Drag, Dining & Discovery: 36 Hours in Atlantic City

Drag, Dining & Discovery: 36 Hours in Atlantic City

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 23
Thirty-six hours at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa reveals drag shows, upscale dining, and a glimmering spark of Atlantic City's days gone by.

Gay Rodeo Draws Cowboys, Drag Queens to Las Vegas

Gay Rodeo Draws Cowboys, Drag Queens to Las Vegas

By Regina Garcia Cano | Oct 21
Wild drag racing isn't a traditional rodeo event, but this isn't an average amateur rodeo. It's a stop on the International Gay Rodeo Association circuit.

The Quest to Visit All 50 States

The Quest to Visit All 50 States

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 21
The 50-state bucket list appeals to all age groups, from millennials who love to travel, to folks who travel a lot for work, to empty nesters and retirees with time for road trips.

Fright Night: 13 Haunted Historic Hotels

Fright Night: 13 Haunted Historic Hotels

By EDGE | Oct 21
Many of the country's most legendary hotels are also reported to have some spirited guests who continue to roam the halls long after they should have checked out.

Virginia Creeper Trail Invites Bikers to Take it Easy

Virginia Creeper Trail Invites Bikers to Take it Easy

By Karen Testa | Oct 20
It was an invitation even teenagers who had hoped to be watching college football or playing video games couldn't resist: a mountain bike ride - all downhill.

Travel Industry Ramps Up Effort to Promote Caribbean Tourism

Travel Industry Ramps Up Effort to Promote Caribbean Tourism

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 19
The travel industry is ramping up efforts to remind consumers that many Caribbean islands were unaffected by hurricanes and that their economies depend on tourism.

A Sourdough Getaway to San Francisco

A Sourdough Getaway to San Francisco

By Matt Kemp | Oct 19
The Bay Area has a long history of making sourdough bread and it's now home to a plethora of sourdough bakeries.

Plus-Size Gay Conference Convergence Sets Eyes on NYC for 2018

Plus-Size Gay Conference Convergence Sets Eyes on NYC for 2018

Oct 18
Big men are about to take on the Big Apple. Convergence, the long-running conference for plus-size gay men and their admirers is hitting New York City next year.

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