There is a renaissance of sorts happening in Concord, New Hampshire, where you can find plenty of creative happenings, along with festivals and local food.
On July 4, 1965, the very first LGBT rights demonstrations in the United States were held in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
The City of Light is not just one of Europe's most beautiful capitals. So walk round the winding cobbled streets of panoramic Montmartre or stroll through the historic Marais with its devastatingly chic fashion boutiques.
Not only is June Pride month, bringing hundreds of thousands of people out into the streets all the way from Tampa Bay to Key West, there's also the massively popular Gay Disney Week, which includes the One Magical Weekend set of parties.
Pensacola's Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial start of the summer circuit party season, and it's a major event for the Florida Panhandle, with over 60,000 gay and lesbian travelers making it to the City of Five Flags to party with pride.
You might want to look North to the gay meccas of the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast; here's a profile four different cities that have a lot going on during the summertime.
While the U.S. still flounders over federal gay marriage, cross the Atlantic to discover three destinations that love to hear same-sex wedding bells ring.
The first installment in EDGE's new, exclusive hotel series, we head to Houston's JW Marriott Downtown, where bigger really is better.
Daylight on Wednesday revealed the destruction and devastation caused by an Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia that left at least six people dead and injured dozens more, several critically.
After more than 75 years of flying, the end is near for US Airways.