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On Tour With Rihanna: Maple Leaf Meh in Toronto

Nov 18, 2012 by
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On Tour With Rihanna: Maple Leaf Meh in Toronto

I’ve often heard that Canadians are very nice. And they are—the customs agents, the TSA screeners and the airport restaurant cashiers were are very pleasant. That’s not to say our neighbors to the north don’t have spirit, though. Toronto represented …

On Tour With Rihanna: RiRi Launches 777 Hard In Mexico City

Nov 15, 2012 by
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On Tour With Rihanna: RiRi Launches 777 Hard In Mexico City

Wednesday was an arduous day on our whirlwind press tour with Rihanna: Leaving Los Angeles, a crowd of contest winners and media outlets from all over the world piled into buses heading to LAX. While reporters interviewed each other about …

On Tour With Rihanna: The Calm Before The Storm

Nov 14, 2012 by
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On Tour With Rihanna: The Calm Before The Storm

Seven cities in seven days is quite the ordeal—for us normal human beings at least. But today pop superstar Rihanna embarks on a  seven-day intimate tour that begins in Mexico City and hits Toronto, Stockholm, Berlin, Paris, London and New …

PHOTOS: The 10 Best Nude Beaches In The World

Jul 03, 2012 by
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(Provincetown’s Herring Cove Beach) Last week, we could almost smell the ocean salt and bronzer here at the GayCities offices as we compiled a list of the 10 best gay beaches in the world. But we carefully  tiptoed around clothing-optional destinations. …

Daredevils, Senior Gender Rebels, James Franco At Toronto’s Inside Out Film Festival

May 17, 2012 by
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Daredevils, Senior Gender Rebels, James Franco At Toronto’s Inside Out Film Festival

Film festival season continues today with the start of the 22nd Inside Out LGBT Film Festival in Toronto. The largest event of its kind in Canada, the marathon fest offers more than 170 films and shorts, plus a wide array …

World’s Oldest Gay Bookstore Might Be Facing Its Final Chapter

Jan 02, 2012 by
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World’s Oldest Gay Bookstore Might Be Facing Its Final Chapter

Wanna buy a bookstore? The Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto, the world’s oldest operating outlet for LGBT lit, is for sale.

GayCities Guide to New Year’s Eve 2012

Dec 21, 2011 by
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New Year’s Eve is one of the most hectic times of year to go out.  All the big gay clubs are busting out the glitter and champagne, not to mention all the concerts, cruises, bar parties, dinners and private events.