Easy Livin’ in the Big Easy: New Orleans AnewBy Mark Thompson | Jun 13One of the top ten most-visited cities in the US, New Orleans was recently ranked second in the nation for gay friendliness. As our guide, Miss Jeanie, told us upon our return to the Crescent City, "You love New Orleans - and she’ll love you ri...
New Orleans Restaurants Lure Diners with DealsBy MARY FOSTER | Sep 19Arnaud’s and many of the city’s other top restaurants, including Commander’s Palace, Galatoire’s and the Bourbon House, are intensifying their efforts to fight back, offering their famous fare at cut-rate prices to lure diners.
Sizzling in September: Vegas, New Orleans, and Atlantic City Host LGBT EventsAug 30During September, Caesars has created an inclusive three-city event tour that will kick-off in New Orleans, continue to Las Vegas and wrap in Atlantic City. The gaming and entertainment company will roll out the rainbow carpets and demonstrate pride.
Olfactory Pleasures in New Orleans: Avery Fine PerfumeryBy Mark Thompson | Jun 11Recently, Avery Fine Perfumery opened the doors of its first American outpost in New Orleans. The store, located at 527 St. Joseph Street in the Warehouse District, is an interactive perfumery and features an "aviary" theme.
Southern Decadence in New OrleansBy Joshua Miller | Jul 24What started out as a going-away party to shut up a New Yorker who kept complaining about the New Orleans summer heat, has become one of the nations biggest and most decadent LGBT celebrations.
New Orleans Jazz Fest: It’s the Music - and the FoodBy MARY FOSTER | May 12A veteran Jazz Fest attendee, Heck has her game plan down: first get food, then pick out a spot in front of a stage. "I love the music," she said. "But I may love the food even more."
New Orleans Loves An Easter ParadeBy | Apr 26"I Love a Parade" could be the unofficial theme song of New Orleans. Famous for its Mardi Gras parades, the gay-friendly Big Easy has also been hosting a for more than a decade. The 12th an...
New Orleans - America’s Unique Spring GetawayBy Gay Chicago Magazine | Mar 6Lots of places count tourism as their biggest business. But, face it - most are built to be that way, and if you’ve seen one resort beach, one slick modern hotel or one glitzy, sprawling disco, you’ve seen them all.
New Orleans Museum of Art Celebrates First CenturyBy MARY FOSTER | Dec 10When the New Orleans Museum of Art opened its doors 100 years ago thanks to a $150,000 donation offered by a local businessman to build a "temple of art for rich and poor alike," it owned only 11 pictures and a small collection.
Zagat Says: New Orleans Most Affordable Dining in USNov 26New Orleans diners got more than good food last year, they also got a price break. According to the latest Zagat Survey, the average cost of a meal in New Orleans has dropped for the first time in a decade.
Cool Climes and Hot Fun in New York, Chicago, and New OrleansBy Ed Salvato | Nov 14With dark days and cold nights, winter can feel endlessly long. Beat this season’s blues by pairing a Renaissance Hotel with these terrific events in three of our favorite American cities: New York, Chicago, and New Orleans.
Great Danes: Copenhagen’s Gastronomic RenaissanceBy Mark Thompson | Mar 21Denmark has long held a fascination for gay people, thanks to timeless interior design alongside LGBT civil rights - and now that Copenhagen is the foodie mecca of Northern Europe, the Danes are welcoming LGBT people from all over the globe.
Great Danes! Copenhagen’s Gastronomic Renaissance :: Photo AlbumBy Mark Thompson | Mar 21Ever since Copenhagen’s Noma has been repeatedly named "Best Restaurant in the World," the city has become a foodie mecca - and when combined with a history of timeless design, Copenhagen is a true haven for gays who love everything relate...
New Orleans Wine & Food Experience Celebrates 20th Anniversary in May 2012Mar 26What began as a small, intimate, one-day gathering of wineries and chefs 20 years ago has grown into a grand celebration of wine and food attracting more than 10,000 people each year over a 5-day weekend.
W New Orleans Opens Modern Creole Saloon South of Bourbon StreetApr 4W New Orleans French Quarter showcases what is new and next in the culinary world by joining forces with Commander’s Group on an unexpectedly playful modern Creole Saloon.
A New Generation Hits Mardi Gras New OrleansBy MARY FOSTER | Feb 22A new generation of parades is hitting the streets of New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and they’re throwing away old traditions of big, glitzy floats and celebrity kings and queens for smaller, greener and sometimes naughtier floats with a hipster sensib...
New Orleans Easter Parade Turns ThirteenApr 6The 13th annual Official Gay Easter Parade rolls Easter Sunday, April 8th beginning at 4:30pm following its traditional route through the French Quarter beginning at N. Rampart and St. Ann Streets.
2013 Alan Ross Pride Parade :: September 15, 201330 years of Pride, and the city still pours into to every corner of Cedar Springs to catch the spectacular site of one the the biggest Pride parades in the country. "Deep in the Heart of Pride" was led by Grand Marshalls Cece Cox and Robert Emer...
2013 Dallas Pride Festival :: September 15, 2013Pride 2013 was marked by a few changes this year, including a $5 admission fee to the festival. But although the numbers may have dropped a little, it didn’t seem to hamper the excitement level. EDGE Paparazzi dropped in to catch a few shots of the...
Easter In The Park :: March 31, 2013Crowds came out to Lee Park on a sunny Easter Sunday to celebrate the longtime Dallas tradition of Easter in the Park. The day started with the annual pet parade featuring the best costumed pets in the city. Check out photos from EDGE Paparazzi.