Travel

Adventures in the Mile High City

In three hours’ flight time, you’re suddenly peaking out at the Rocky Mountains, a chain that’s usually snow-capped and gorgeous, gleaming majestically as they do on so-inspired Coors’ cans. As you touch down, ...

The City on the Sound: Seattle

Even though it wasn’t raining — and I’d been informed that it’s “always raining in Seattle” — water beads slid along the train-window lazily as I stared out into the lumberyards of SoDo (South Downtown). I was ...

The Hoity-Toity Nature of Travel

(... and why you won’t find it in this issue.)***I grew up, like many folks, poor. I’m talking “ice on the walls from a leaky roof during winter” poor. I’m talking “WIC vouchers and sleeping with ro...

SGL Cruise: A Family Affair

Four years ago, I received a community service award from the organizers of Indigenous House, one of the city’s biggest outdoor house music parties. I am grateful to have been given my roses while I breathe, a ...

Bougie? Try Bourgeois.

On the French Riviera, high-dollar fashion, celebrity run-ins, and cigarettes rule the day.

Summer Travel: Summer cruises for the LGBT traveler

Picture it—Sicily. Now seriously, imagine for a moment that you and your partner or closest friends are on board one of the most fabulous cruise ships ever created—sailing to some of the world’s most exotic loc...