Get ready for the invasion as over 150,000 revelers are expected to descend on New Orleans for the giant 43rd Southern Decadence Celebration of Gay Life, Music & Culture August 27-September 1.
It's no secret that old-fashioned cocktails as well as modern alternatives are having a moment, and bartenders across Fairmont hotels and resorts are shaking and stirring beloved staples and interesting concoctions for guests' sipping pleasure.
Nearly 15 million people have visited the Sept. 11 Memorial since it opened three years ago on the footprints of the twin towers. For those who want to visit, pay respects or learn more about the events of 13 years ago, here are some options.
Longer summer nights beckon wandering Stockholm's charming streets. And what better way to invigorate the evening than by checking out one of the many artisan cocktail lounges that have staked claim in this historical Scandinavian city?
The Mediterranean hotspot of Croatia welcomes the 4th Dubrovnik International Wine & Jazz Festival September 25-28.
Homosexuality is not considered legal in the Dominican Republic, so it's an unusual destination for an LGBT destination vacation for Labor Day. But that's exactly what D.R. Takeover is planning.
There's no shortage of ways to spend your money in Stockholm, one of Europe's most expensive cities. Luckily, the Swedish capital is an outdoorsy place, meaning there's also a lot of stuff you can do for free.
While gay couples still can't get married in the marriage capital of the world, Las Vegas wants to let them know they - and their money - are more than welcome to the buffet of other activities Sin City has to offer.
In just three years' time, athletes from all over the world will be heading to Florida to show off their brawn and talents: The fourth World OutGames will be held in Miami from May 26 to June 4, 2017.
In less than a week, over 70,000 people will converge on a dry lake bed in Northwestern Nevada to create Black Rock City, which hosts the festival known as Burning Man.