W Hotels and Turkish Airlines have teamed up to put together an amazing vacation package for a live auction benefiting RaiseAChild.US, the only nonprofit in the US aimed at encouraging LGBT people to build their families through fostering and adopting children.
With the Sonoma International Film Festival fast approaching, Program Director Kevin McNeely spoke with 429Magazine about the Festival’s many highlights set to take place this year.
As England and Wales get ready to host their first legal same-sex weddings on March 29, national tourism agency VisitBritain is encouraging tourists from around the world to explore what the United Kingdom has to offer during what’s sure to be a “summer of love.”
Despite the popularity of Disney’s iconic Gay Days, the company has never held any official LGBT events—until now. The first Family Outfest, a week-long event for families of all types, is being held in Orlando, Florida from July 1-7, 2014, and Disney is signed on as an official sponsor.
If you’re part of a same-sex couple that wants a fabulous destination wedding, think you’re the two best brides/grooms for it, and can articulate why in a 15-second video, you could win a $50,000 wedding package for you and a hundred guests at Caesars in Atlantic City.
At the second annual 2013 Nitey Awards on February 25, San Francisco proved that, despite the new wave of nouveau riche tech workers and steady rise in gentrification, its diverse LGBT culture remains fabulous and unscathed as always. Honoring businesses in the city’s ever-thriving nightlife scene, the highly-favored gay club Lookout took home two awards—including one of the largest honors of the entire evening.
On February 5, the Human Rights Campaign announced that it will keep a running analysis of NBC’s coverage of Russia’s anti-LGBT activity during the 2014 Winter games in Sochi.
The city of Austin, Texas, is working on an initiative to draw in more LGBT tourists to what some call “The Live Music Capital of the World.”
Looking for a getaway? Puerto Vallarta’s yearly LGBT event, “Vallarta Pride,” will commence on May 22 and run through May 26. The event, which usually occurs over a three-day weekend, has been stretched out to a five-day celebration this year.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.