The Joys of Winter at Mont Tremblant, QuebecBy Mark Thompson | Feb 5The snow started slowly. Unbeknownst to those of us already atop the summit of Mont Tremblant in Quebec, the entire region was about to be slammed with the year’s first major snowstorm - making for some of the most joyous skiing of the season.
ICEHOTEL :: Jukkasjärvi, SwedenBy Mark Thompson | Dec 31Seventy-two dogs bayed in the gloaming, as the horizon glowed a frosty blue. Everything was snow. We were nearly one hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle where the temperature was minus fifteen degrees Celsius - and we were headed to the IceHotel.
Gays Marry at IceHotel in Jukkasjärvi, SwedenBy Mark Thompson | Dec 31Seventy-two dogs bayed in the gloaming, as the horizon glowed a frosty blue. We were one hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle where the temperature was minus fifteen degrees Celsius - and we were heading deeper into the tundra: to the IceHotel.
Winter Wonders at the St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, UtahBy Mark Thompson | Dec 22When we were very young, the prospect of snow so excited us that we would stand at the window, waiting for the world to be blanketed in white - a scene we recalled one morning while at the brand-new, five-star St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, Utah.
Winter Wonders at the St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, UtahBy Mark Thompson | Dec 22When we were very young, with the advent of winter, we were often so excited by the prospect of snow that we would wake in the early morning hours and hurry to the window - to see if the world had been blanketed in white.
The Culinary Genius of St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, UtahBy Matthew Wexler | Jan 7My travel companions had no idea what a bundle of nerves I had become before heading west for a much-needed and truly invigorating culinary weekend at St. Regis Deer Valley. While they discussed vegetarianism, I prepared for gourmet overdrive.
Plenty of Snow for Spring Skiing in New EnglandBy KATHY McCORMACK | Mar 25New England ski resorts are rounding out a season full of generous amounts of snow and good attendance. They’re hoping for a strong finish before people start bringing out their golf clubs, boats and tennis rackets.
Telluride Gay Ski Week Launches Sweepstakes With American AirlinesJan 19Ranked the "Top Gay Ski Week" in the U.S.A. by Gay.com, Telluride Gay Ski Week brings together lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender skiers and snowboarders (as well as their straight friends and fans) from around the world.
Vermont Ski Resorts Full of Holiday CheerNov 25The holidays make December all the more enticing in Vermont’s snowy mountains with festivals, events and good natured cheer emanating from the resorts.
Adirondack Ski VacationNov 20November heralds the beginning of winter in the Adirondack Mountains of Northern New York, and everyone - from alpine skiers and boarders, to families looking for a quick winter retreat, is gearing up for snow.
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.