Troy Petenbrink: July 2012 Archives

J.C. Penney did it and now so has Amtrak. It has launched a promotional campaign that includes gay families. As part of an effort to market its standard discounted family travel program, for the first time, the national passenger rail

“It is not ’us’ and ‘them’ anymore,” said Krista Snow, the volunteer chair of Halifax Pride and former Halifax City Council member. “We have gone from a completely ‘gay event’ to a celebration for

For more than two decades, Atlantis Events has been producing all-gay cruise and resort vacations all over the world.  While a number of its upcoming trips through early 2013 are already sold-out, there are still some exciting opportunities

Mautner Project heads to Rehoboth

Posted by Troy Petenbrink
July 16, 2012 10:23 PM |
Mautner Project will hold its Tea by the Sea Weekend in Rehoboth Beach, De. this weekend, Fri., July 20 and Sat., July 21. The annual event will kick-off with a party on Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Frogg Pond, located at 3 South First S

Rodin reopens in Philadelphia

Posted by Troy Petenbrink
July 13, 2012 5:44 PM |
"This museum is the perfect showcase for the work of [Auguste] Rodin," commented Beth Williams during yesterday's preview reception for the reopening of the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia, Pa. "It has been completely refurbishe

The 3rd Annual Queer of the Year competition, hosted by Tourisme Montreal, has begun and continues through the end of August.  The fun and campy competition is designed to increase Montreal's visibility as a top gay-friendly destinatio

Hundreds of gay men (and a couple lesbians) made the trek to Southern Delaware's LGBT-friendly Rehoboth Beach for the July 4th holiday to attend The Boys of 6 Futcher Drive's annual pool party. The theme of this year's party was "All American Circus,

The feeling that you have somehow been miraculously transported to South Beach when you walk through the doors of Dewey Beach's new Ivy restaurant and nightclub is exactly what was intended. "When developing the concept for Ivy, one of

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