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Jack Daniel’s Country Cocktails Celebrates LGBTQ Diversity with World’s First Projection Mapping
Jack Daniel's Country Cocktails will unveil the first-ever projection mapping showtruck during the LA Pride Festival in West Hollywood on June 9 and 10. The mobile interactive art project, titled "#flavorsofpride", will feature a 3-minute video show that celebrates the LGBTQ community's increasing diversity across genders, ethnicities, sexualities, religions and generations. Festival guests will a...
June 07, 2018
10 things you probably didn't know about LGBTQ Los Angeles
Admit it, you have a lot to learn about the City of Angels' queer side.
April 14, 2017
A Night Out in L.A.'s Newest "Gayborhood," Downtown Los Angeles
For decades many have considered West Hollywood the gay capital of Los Angeles. While countless young homosexuals, including myself, have turned to WeHo to sow their wild oats, others have wished for an alternative. Especially as you enter your 30s (as I begrudgingly did last year), Santa Monica Boulevard sometimes feels a little too crazy.
March 10, 2017
Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State
Drive and see California redwoods, walk beaches, hike parks, explore roadside attractions, historic sites. This list is for travelers, tourists, road-trippers.
February 09, 2017
Los Angeles | Mr Hudson
Los Angeles has it all: outdoor activities, beaches & mountains, arts & culture, west coast design, culinary adventures, and health & fitness.
November 24, 2016
24 images that will make you wish you attended Gay Days at Disneyland
Thousands attended the annual Gay Days Anaheim gathering at Disneyland, California, this past weekend
October 03, 2016
Join Two Bad Tourists at Pride Con in California this July
We often talk about the LGBT+ community and are passionate advocates for gay events, yet gay prides, ski weeks and cruises aren’t the only ways to get involved. Yes we do love a good party, rainbow parades and don’t complain being surrounded by half naked people celebrating. However, this July we’re changing things up a bit and will be attending an inaugural LGBT+ event focused o...
June 16, 2016
Is L.A. Losing Its Outrageous Past? The Birth of Gay Urbanism in 1970s West Hollywood
Like Latino Urbanism in East L.A., "Gay Urbanism" transformed West Hollywood into a place that reflected gays' and lesbians' cultural identity.
May 31, 2016
PHOTOS: Long Beach Pride Marks The Beginning Of This Year’s Pride Season
Thousands gathered in Long Beach last week to kick off the 2016 Pride season. This year’s festivities included live music, drag performances, a dyke march, a gospel fest, a street fair and, of course, a parade.
May 31, 2016
Tourism and the LGBT community discussed at workshops
Two LGBT diversity workshops were held in Solvang on Monday in an effort to better acquaint tourism-related businesses with the LGBT community.
May 26, 2016

The Abbey at 25: Delving Into the World-Famous Bar’s Past, Present & Future

It’s a coffee shop. A nightclub. A West Hollywood institution. And its founder, David Cooley, is showing no signs of slowing down
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April 29, 2016


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