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7 Scary Finds on New York's Haunted History Trail

7 Scary Finds on New York's Haunted History Trail

Sep 24
Are you ready for a Halloween adventure? New York State is packed with creepy crawly activities sure to entertain those who like to be spooked.

Queer-Friendly Quebec City, C'est Bon!

Queer-Friendly Quebec City, C'est Bon!

By Lindsay B. Davis | Aug 30
Head north to discover Quebec City, a charming metropolis with ample cultural offerings, natural wonders and French flair.

Booking.com Winner Cameron Phillips Hits the Road

Booking.com Winner Cameron Phillips Hits the Road

By Jill Gleeson | Aug 28
Booking.com picked openly gay Cameron Phillips for a three-month road trip across the U.S. EDGE chats with the enthusiastic adventurer about what he's discovered so far.

Gay Games 10: Global Unity and Individual Identity

Gay Games 10: Global Unity and Individual Identity

INTERNATIONAL | By Jim Gladstone | Aug 23
A sweltering Parisian heat wave was the backdrop for more than 10,300 amateur athletes competing in sports ranging from basketball to table tennis to same-sex dancing at Gay Games 10.

History, Hollywood & Voodoo: All in a New Orleans Cemetery

History, Hollywood & Voodoo: All in a New Orleans Cemetery

By Beth J. Harpaz | Aug 22
If you've heard about New Orleans' famous cemeteries with their above-ground tombs, chances are you've heard about the gravesite of the so-called voodoo queen.

Brussels Celebrates Summer with Flower Carpet

Brussels Celebrates Summer with Flower Carpet

Aug 17
Brussels is highlighting its sun-splashed summer with a Mexican-themed carpet of over half a million flowers on its historic Grand-Place.

Montreal: Our Northern Neighbor Never Looked So Good

Montreal: Our Northern Neighbor Never Looked So Good

By Matthew Wexler | Jul 31
A weekend getaway to Quebec offers plenty of ways to experience how Canadians retain their charm and class. And with a visit to Montreal, specifically, a robust French influence feels like you've gone to Europe - for half the price.

Bridge Diving in Bosnia

Bridge Diving in Bosnia

SPORTS | By Amel Emric | Jul 30
Each summer, a few dozen men enter the contest to take a 27-meter (89-foot) plunge from the bridge into the cold, Neretva River.

Wine Not? Uncorking Beautiful Bordeaux

Wine Not? Uncorking Beautiful Bordeaux

INTERNATIONAL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Jul 30
France is hot right now. Its soccer team just won the World Cup, its president is a proudly progressive world leader, and travelers can enjoy the world's finest food, wine, and culture. Head to Bordeaux for a wine-centric getaway with LGBTQ flair.

Crowne Pointe & Brass Key: Luxurious Style in Ptown

Crowne Pointe & Brass Key: Luxurious Style in Ptown

By Robert Nesti | Jul 30
Located just a short walk from Commercial Street, Crowne Pointe and the Brass Key offer Four Seasons-styled luxury in Provincetown. EDGE spoke with one of the resorts' proprietors Thomas Walter.

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