Florida's "commitment ceremony" business was booming for years, and now it's going to become a full-fledged wedding industry. How beautiful is that?
Chinatown has long been a popular destination for tourists in Lower Manhattan. But visitors willing to explore the city's outer boroughs might consider a subway ride to neighborhoods in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, or Flushing, Queens.
For many, just the thought of running 12 miles over mounds of mud and through pools of ice water is enough to make them cry. Now comes something that will really make them weep.
Sex and spirit harmonize in Armin Heining's GAY-TANTRA™ trainings. Now the German pioneer is bringing his training to America for the first time. EDGE has the story on what GAY-TANTRA™ is, and where to go to find out more.
Philadelphia hair stylist Michael Freeman dishes what's hot in hair trends for 2015 as well as providing an insider's guide to the City of Brotherly Love.
W Hotels called all the fabulous people they knew + their partners at Human Rights Campaign and hit the catwalk at W New York - Union Square to celebrate the launch of Turn It Up For Change.
Trying to hold onto skier dollars as visitors seek more options, ski resorts have branched into snowshoeing, sleigh rides, and increasingly, cross-country skiing.
If you've been putting off a trip abroad because it's too expensive, start packing your bags. A stronger dollar has reduced the price of travel, from a hotel room to a glass of beer, in much of Europe, Japan, India and elsewhere.
The coming year brings The Whitney's reopening in New York City, more Las Vegas music festivals, and an insider's look at "Downton Abbey" at the Biltmore in Ashland, North Carolina.
The Sunshine State is known for its beautiful weather, kind and generous people, white sandy beaches, and unforgettable nightlife and parties. I've come to the rescue with a comprehensive list of can't miss gay-related events this year.