Wild and Wonderful WaikikiBy Mark Thompson | Jun 21Ever since its admission to the United States in 1959, Hawaii has been synonymous with paradise in the American imagination - and Waikiki the definitive manifestation of a lush and luxurious tropical life.
Ho’olei at Grand Wailea Celebrates Hawaii Civil UnionsFeb 13In celebration of Hawaii legalizing same-sex civil unions, luxury vacation-rental on Maui, Ho’olei at Grand Wailea, is giving away three nights of accommodations for up to six people.
Pink and Blue Summer in the South of FranceBy Mark Thompson | Jul 14With at least fifteen gay bars, three gay beaches, two major LGBT festivals, and as many rainbow flags as wave in le Marais in Paris, Nice has become the de facto gay resort of France.
Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with the National Park ServiceMay 6From the early 1800s to the 21st century, Asian and Pacific peoples have played a vital role in the development of the United States and made lasting contributions in all elements of American society.
Big Island GLBT Pride Festival Announced for July in KonaJun 13The 2012 Big Island Pride Festival is scheduled for Sunday July 22nd from 10:00AM - 2:00PM at Kamakahonu Beach/Ahu’ena Heiau (the Luau Grounds of Courtyard at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel).
Kona Coffee Cultural Festival Celebrates 42 Years in NovemberSep 27Hawaii’s oldest food festival will once again host more than 40 events throughout the 2012 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival slated for November 2-11.
France Names New Palace HotelsAug 10In 2011, a new classification system for hotels in France was established, announcing eight hotels in France who were given a new rank of "Palace," distinguishing the very best among five-star hotels.
Five Free Things to Do in HonoluluBy OSKAR GARCIA | Nov 20Airfare, hotels, guided tours and pricey luaus - a Hawaii vacation can add up, especially now that hotel room prices are back on the rise.
2014 Mardi Gras Parade & Show @ Parliament House :: March 8, 20141,000+ people lined the courtyard of the Parliament House to witness the annual Mardi Gras Show & Parade. Floats included the Central FL LGBT Marching Band, Wizard of Oz, Queen of Hearts, Marching Bears, and Ogres. Check out the fun photos.
Life’s a Drag In Key West :: February 22, 2014Life is such a "drag" in Key West that it happens on a daily basis. Once limited to nightly shows, the 801 Bourbon Bar and Cabaret decided that two shows just weren’t enough so they decided that a 5 o’clock FREE show was in order.
February In Key WestSnow? Not something that falls from the skies in Key West where pool parties are every Saturday, Jessica Grabbit sings, and boys on the bar dance at the Bourbon Street Pub. Plus, drag shows at Aqua and 801 and cocktails everywhere. EDGE has the photos.