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Six Seattle Landmarks Made for Marriages

The Space Needle, ferry, sculpture park, library, waterfall, or zoo — where will you say "I do"?

Global Protest on Friday: 'Don't Sleep With The Sultan'

Global Protest on Friday: 'Don't Sleep With The Sultan'

Thirteen cities on four different continents are set to participate.

Waikiki Cleans Up for Tourists by Ticketing Homeless

Paradise comes at a price of "compassionate disruption."

The Color Festival Splatters Seattle

Color is in the air, and on your clothes, during this event that honors ancient Indian tradition.

Bonnie Raitt to Headline Olivia Caribbean Cruise

The Grammy-award winning legend joins an already-impressive line-up of singers, comics, and celeb chefs.

Madame Tussauds San Francisco Getting Harvey Milk Statue

The new Madame Tussauds in S.F. will feature the world's most famous LGBT politician.

Chicago's Boystown Gets a New Party Palace

Chloe's, a nightclub dedicated to '80s club culture, opens just in time for Pride.

VIDEO: The Funniest Flight Attendant Ever (At Least at Southwest)

Forget business class, this guy gives Southwest Airlines a good name.

Ft. Lauderdale Approves Marriage-Equality Resolution

Commissioners vote to urge state officials to take action against the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

Atlantic City Works Hard for the Money — Yours

Can LGBT travelers save Atlantic City?

Love in Copenhagen: Love, Music, and Diversity

In this second video of four-episode Web series, the winners of a trip to Denmark experience the Eurovision Song Contest.

Stonewall Veterans' Association Celebrates 45 Years

Celebrate and honor the Stonewall patrons who were part of the rebellion 45 years ago.

Beverly Hills Hotel Reports 'Significant Loss of Revenue' Since Boycott

Patronage at the Beverly Hills Hotel falters after boycotts by LGBT organizations and celebrities.

San Pedro to Hold California's Largest Skate Festival

Here's your chance to roll down the Gaffey Street Hill in style.

Beautiful Gay Surfers Converge in Costa Rica

Beautiful Gay Surfers Converge in Costa Rica

If you caught the bug from Out in the Line-Up, the new doc on gay surfers, here's your chance to get in the water.

Toronto's Rainbow Crosswalks Debut for WorldPride 2014

The crosswalks, a symbol of LGBT pride, are now a permanent installation in Toronto's gay village.

West Hollywood Cafe Turns Parking Lot Into Sandy Paradise

The new beach cafe is a place for patrons to relax and wind down in the middle of bustling WeHo.

NYC Pride Week Kicks Off With Betty Who, Drag Race's Michelle Visage

The New York City Pride Rally hopes to encourage more young LGBTers to celebrate and learn.

Times Square's Dirtiest Hotel Is Up for Sale

$180 million is the expected offer in the bidding war for one of America’s dirtiest hotels – Hotel Carter in New York City.