Nestled between Los Angeles and San Diego is Costa Mesa, a vibrant, eclectic city that’s home to world-class dining and award-winning entertainment. Costa Mesa celebrates the diversity of its six distinct neighborhoods, from the SoBeCa arts district to the funky vibe of the Westside. It also celebrates the diversity of its people, locals and visitors alike. Costa Mesa welcomes LGBTQ travelers and it's the perfect place to eat, shop and play on your next vacation.
Five years ago, the Sonoma County Winegrowers (SCW) made a bold declaration to the wine world that its more than 1,800 winegrowers were committed to becoming the nation’s first 100% certified sustainable wine region in 2019. Today, Karissa Kruse, president of the Sonoma County Winegrowers, addressed the local winegrowing community to announce that Sonoma County now has a record-breaking 99% of its local vineyards certified sustainable. Kruse also announced that SCW will con
Now through May is the high season in Palm Springs, with temperatures averaging in the 80s, but the lovely blue skies are not the only thing attracting gay visitors to the desert. The vintage resort town with its midcentury-modern architecture is more refined than Vegas, yet more reposeful than Los Angeles with plenty to do, from its hot springs, to its stylish hotels, to its golf courses and spas. It’s also a hiker’s paradise with numerous hidden trails along the Coachella V
It may be freezing in most parts of the country, but as I type, the temperature is 72 degrees and sunny in San Diego. Many LGBT tourists usually overlook this wonderful city for its glitzier neighbor to the north, but San Diego offers a variety of LGBT friendly attractions, neighborhoods and nightlife destinations which should not be considered when planning your next West Coast holiday. Here are some really cool things to do while visiting “America’s Finest City”. San Diego