September 2013 Archives

Las Vegas hasn't given up on its budget-friendly shrimp cocktails and steak dinners but it is upping the ante on its culinary appeal. Some of Sin City's best chefs and sommeliers will be showing off their skills as part of Food & Wine All-Star Weekend, Oct. 4 to 6. Produced by MGM Resorts and returning for its fourth year, the ... [Read]

The members of Well-Strung are are not your typical boy band. The musicians of this all-male string quartet are a blend of Mozart and N'Sync, and have been winning over audiences worldwide with their contemporary style and good looks. The New York Daily News described Well-Strung as the "hottest things with a bow since Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games." ... [Read]

The newly announced schedule of entertainers and honorees at next month's Orlando Pride is a mix of both establshed and up-and-coming LGBT icons. "We are quite ecstatic to have worked with several of our partners to bring about diversity and great talents to Orlando, not just on the day of Pride, but throughout the week. We have a little bit ... [Read]

Disabled for nearly the entire summer season due to a delay in replacing a failed part, Kings Dominion's Intimidator 305 coaster will reopen Sept. 14. The central Virginia amusement park announced earlier this week that the Intimidator 305 and two of its other coasters were named in the "Top 50 Steel Roller Coasters in the World" category by Amusement Today’s annual ... [Read]

Just two weeks after GetEQUAL Texas, a statewide social justice organization, issued a travel alert critical of San Antonio, Texas, for delaying passage of an LGBT inclusive non-discrimination ordinance, San Antonio's city council voted 8 to 3 on Thursday to approve just such an ordinance over the objections of conservatives.   In an email shared with supporters, GetEQUAL Texas wrote, ... [Read]