Travel

Las Vegas Neon Museum Welcomes Same-Sex Weddings

By EDGE | Oct 20
Now, same-sex couples can get married in the wedding capital of the world and the Neon Museum offers the city's most iconic location for those wedding ceremonies.

Baltic Bites: The Best of Northern Europe

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 20
Looking for a foodie adventure and an excuse to wear your fur-lined parka this winter? New restaurants, star chefs, local produce and deep-rooted culinary traditions make the Baltic Sea region ideal for the culinary traveler.

Miami Heat: Same-Sex Weddings in South Florida

By David Toussaint | Oct 17
What's not to love about a same-sex wedding in Miami? You've got sun, beach, and that stunning architecture that looks as if the first fabulously gay caveman on earth carved it. EDGE offers advice from three experts for planning the perfect event.

Aspen Gay Ski Week Raises Community Fund

By EDGE | Oct 17
Aspen Gay Ski Week returns for its 38th year, January 11-18, 2015. With 5,000 attendees, the event raises funds for Roaring Fork Gay and Lesbian Community Fund.

Miami's Wynwood Now Official Tourist Site

Oct 16
Miami's Wynwood arts district is now an official tourist destination. How do we know? Mayor Tomas Regalado has inaugurated the first visitor stands for the warehouse-turned-gallery neighborhood.

St. Lucia, Colombia Bar Visitors from Ebola Nations

By David McFadden | Oct 16
The leader of the small Caribbean island of St. Lucia issued an order Wednesday to immediately bar entry to travelers coming from three West African nations overwhelmed with Ebola epidemics.

Providence: Fun-Sized and Flaming

By David Perry | Oct 14
Looking for the perfect-sized getaway? Providence, Rhode Island is on fire - literally - offering culture and LGBT offerings without the maddening pace of some of its East Coast counterparts.

New York Scare Evokes City's 'Bad Old Days'

By Verena Dobnik | Oct 14
New York City's bad old days are here again - in a Halloween haunted house, that is.

Cocktail Culture: New Orleans's New Classics

By Kelsy Chauvin | Oct 14
No matter your locale, budget or predilections, the Big Easy is undoubtedly one of the cocktail capitals of the world - and the French Quarter is its epicenter. Here's a taste of what's on the menus, from the old school to the new classics.

Philadelphia Airport Preparing for Ebola

Oct 13
Officials at Philadelphia International Airport say they are following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and federal customs and border protection officials to identify passengers displaying possible symptoms of communicable diseases such as