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The Castro’s Café Flore is Moving on Up

The Castro’s Café Flore is Moving on Up

Next time you hang out at Café Flore, one of the Castro’s popular spots to meet a date, friends or cruise the traffic, you’ll notice something different.

Girlfriends Guide: The Sex and the City Tour is Sexsational

Getting onto the bus filled with best friends, one token Mr. Big, and Super G for the Fabulous Sex and the City Tour, I flashed back to my single girl days.

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Out of Town: Gay Weekend in Dallas

Ease into the city’s relaxed pace by spending time in Oak Lawn, the core of Dallas’s gay scene. Here you’ll find several fun fashion shops and boutiques.

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Top 5 Travel Safety Tips for European LGBT Travelers

The number one concern for lesbian, bisexual women, transgender, and straight women travelers and their families is staying safe while traveling.

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Astoria’s Piper Gladwill Finds the Perfect Chemistry Brewing Beer

Piper worked her way up from being a waitress to being a line cook before weaseling her way into the beer making where she found her calling.

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Miss Fit Adventures is Fit for the Journey

Prior to striking out on her own, Nikki was a professional trainer at a health club. That’s where she began getting women out of the gym and into nature.

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Whistler Presents Top 25 Wines for Cornucopia 2014

Ten distinguished judges from B.C.’s wine industry sampled, swirled and savored in their quest to select the best of the best for Cornucopia’s Top 25.

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In the World of Travel, New York is the Life

If San Francisco is my girlfriend, New York is my boyfriend. I can’t get enough of the city of lights, fashion and action and neither can Super G.

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Women Escape to the Sea at EDEN Pacific Northwest

This year, the EDEN PNW team has put together two guided tours: the Wine and Cheese and the Northern Oregon Coast Craft Brew Trail.

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Queer Down Under: Top 15 Picks for a Queer Seattleite in Sydney

Queer Down Under: I attended GiRLTHING and it reminded me of Girl4Girl circa 2006. But because the drinking age is 18, everyone looks like jailbait.

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