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See New York City in Style With The Tour

By Winnie McCroy | Jul 29
Hot on the heels of their successful multi-media event The Ride, comes CEO Richard Humphrey's The Tour, a 90-minute bus trip that marks a new generation of sightseeing.

'Wigstock: The Cruise' Sets Sail August 21

Jul 29
Lady Bunny's Wigstock: The Cruise will set sail on its' second voyage on Sunday, August 21st from Pier 40 on New York City's West Side Highway.

Rio Readies For Worst As Terror Threat Hangs Over Olympics

By Mauricio Savarse, Joshua Goodman | Jul 29
A half-million foreign tourists, dozens of heads of state and the attention of the world's media. If there were ever a headache for anti-terror forces, it's the Olympics.

Don't Miss: Montreal's Festival Mode & Design

Jul 29
Montreal's Festival Mode & Design (FMD) will take over the Quartier des spectacles for six days and six nights of non-stop creativity.

Gay No More, NYC's Out Hotel To Go Mainstream

Jul 28
The days of New York City's Out Hotel as a gay-themed vacation spot are numbered. The Real Deal reports that Merchant's Hospitality has bought the long-term lease on the Times Square area complex for $40 million and plans to go for a mainstream crowd.

Québec City Celebrates New France Festival 20th Anniversary

Jul 27
The New France Festival welcomes over 200,000 visitors to rejoice in gastronomical activities, historic reenactments, and take part in historic lectures, showcasing with humor the 17th and 18th century period when Québec was a French colony.

Air France Warns of Drop in Travel to France After Attacks

Jul 27
Air France, facing a strike by cabin crew at the height of the summer vacation season, is warning of pressure on its finances amid concerns about France as a tourist destination after a string of deadly attacks.

Feeling Politically Incorrect? Libertine Social Opens at Mandalay Bay

Jul 27
James Beard Award-winning chef Shawn McClain will introduce the world to his latest concept, Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay, this August.

Hiroshima Unhappy Atomic-Bomb Park is 'Pokemon Go' Site

Jul 27
"Pokemon Go" players are descending on an atomic bomb memorial park in Hiroshima, and officials of the western Japanese city are displeased.

Hate Group Hates Hilton Hotels for Ad Featuring Two Men in Bed

Jul 26
An ad for Hilton Hotels that features a gay couple in bed has The American Family (AFA) Association seething. The anti-LGBT hate group is encouraging followers to sign a petition urging Hilton Worldwide to launch ads in "a more family friendly manner."

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