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This weekend’s diverse family of Pride festivities is welcoming a new kid on the block, who’s sure to find friends quickly and stay around for years to come.
On August 17, the Fire Island National Seashore became the landscape for NGLTF’s annual Ascension Weekend. With 12 exciting events over a 3-day weekend, there simply is nothing like the main event -- where more than 4,000 came together under the sun to dance, rise up, and help raise funds for worthy charitable causes. EDGE was there to catch all the action.
Two months after breaking attendance records with the 25th annual Las Vegas Pride Celebration, SNAPI held a community meeting to start making plans for a bigger, better and more diversified Pride in 2009.
On July 18-21, Bill Hardt presented another legendary and hugely-successful San Diego Pride Weekend. From the Pride Ball and Harbor Cruise to the Zoo Party and Fete’ Accompli, thousands came out in full force to celebrate Pride 2008.
Some people say that owners can often look like their dogs. But why leave it to chance... This year, the organizers of Manchester Pride are giving you the chance to make your pooch as camp as you are. All you need to do is send a picture of your furry friend and explain in no more than 20 words why your dog should be crowned Pride Pooch 2008...
There’s no better way to celebrate the 4th of July than with some good ’ol Southern hospitality. And down in Atlanta, the fireworks were going off at one of the world’s largest Pride celebrations. EDGE was there to catch all the action.
Providence Mayor David Cicilline, the first openly gay mayor of a U.S. state capital, was conspicuously absent from this year’s gay pride festivities. EDGE investigates.
Despite some early internal friction, San Diego North County Pride is back. This years’ North County Coming Out Day and Pride @ the Beach will be held Oct. 11 at Oceanside Pier.
With massive air-conditioning ductwork snaking up the facade of Webster Hall from the street below, anyone on the outside could see that the scene inside the sold-out Alegria Pride 2008 would be Stygian-and it was: steamy hot, dark, and hard. With three deejays working three separate rooms and boyz from around the globe overflowing the labyrinthine dance floors, staircases, and hallways, Alegria Pride 2008 was a gargantuan affair-and a testament to producer Ric Sena’s bold vision in the face of Manhattan’s nightlife paroxysms. One thing’s for certain: Alegria’s got a new home.
Governor David Paterson joined Mayor Michael Bloomberg, openly lesbian City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and other politicos, activists and celebrities on the four mile trek from Midtown to the West Village.
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