Topics :: GLBT businesses

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SF Gay Travel Agency Being Evicted

NATIONAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | May 17
A travel agency founded by gay men that’s been in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood for almost 30 years is being evicted.

Boston Lesbian Will Teach Your Dog How to Be Wonderful

LOCAL | By Winnie McCroy | Apr 23
New to Boston from Maine, dog trainer Elsa Larsen has opened My Wonderful Dog, an Arlington-based company that offers in-home or group dog training.

Who You Love Apparel Promotes LGBT Equality

FASHION | Jan 10
Drew Moffitt cofounded Who You Love, a Brooklyn-Based, US-made apparel company devoted to LGBT equality, and developed a line of apparel around the message of love and equality.

LGBT Greeting Card Company Commemorates Repeal of DADT

HOME | Sep 19
Online LGBT greeting card company, features nearly 100 greeting cards for the LGBT community, including six cards to commemorate the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

LGBT Stands for Let’s Go Buy Tiles at Miami Beach Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

HOME | Jun 3
"Let’s Go Buy Tiles" is an opportunity for LGBT and LGBT-friendly organizations and individuals to support MDGLCC community programs and events, while leaving a permanent symbol of that support on a 10-foot "Community Wall" inside the LGBT Visitor Center.

Rainbow Rumpus Launches New Online Magazine for Teens with LGBT Parents

HOME | May 6
Rainbow Riot, a new online magazine for teens with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) parents, has launched at to serve the 9 million young people with LGBT parents in the United States.

’A Different Light’ Gutters in San Francisco

CORPORATE | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 6
The lights are going out at A Different Light Bookstore in San Francisco. The store--long a lynchpin of GLBT life in the Castro--has lost business to electronic readers and to online shopping.

North America’s Largest Luxury Gay Resort Opens in Fort Lauderdale

Apr 1
Bookings are now available for the one-of-a-kind Fort Lauderdale property, recently transformed from award-winning guesthouse into sleek, full-service luxe boutique hotel.

North America’s Oldest Gay Bookstore Struggles to Avoid Closure

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | May 31
North America’s oldest gay bookstore, the Glad Day Bookshop, located in Toronto, Canada, is struggling to stay afloat and may close before summer is out.

Activist Lesbian Becomes 1st in U.S. to Own Major League Sports Team

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Mar 1
An lesbian activist has acquired the Chicago Cubs--and she says that anti-gay prejudice is the last thing she’s encountered. Rather, she’s had to deal with mundane issues like the state of the facilities: real-world problems, rather than biases emanating from myths and stereotypes.

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