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andy_towle

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New York, New York

Andy Towle's experience in media and entertainment spans several industries. He currently writes and runs the widely-read gay news blog Towleroad. Before Towleroad, he was Editor in Chief of Genre magazine, a nationally distributed gay men's lifestyle publication, and Editor at Large for The Out Traveler, a national quarterly publication produced by LPI Media. He holds degrees in Art History and English from Vassar College, and was awarded a Wallace Stegner graduate fellowship at Stanford University, as well as two writing fellowships at The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts. His writing has been published widely.

Member Since: June 28, 2007 | Originally From: Boston, Los Angeles

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  • andy_towle is now a fan of Clem & Ursie's
    Restaurants

    Dec 8, 2010 at 12:56am ·

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  • Restaurants in Provincetown

    Dec 8, 2010 at 12:56am ·

    based on 9 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • andy_towle is now a fan of Lobster Pot
    Restaurants in Provincetown

    Dec 8, 2010 at 12:56am ·

    based on 8 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • andy_towle is now a fan of Boatslip Resort
    Hotels in Provincetown

    Dec 8, 2010 at 12:56am ·

    based on 21 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • Bars & Clubs in Provincetown

    Dec 8, 2010 at 12:56am ·

    based on 26 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • Restaurants
    A seafood "shack" on Shankpainter road with an enormous menu serving everything from fried clams to burgers, to corn on the cob. It's a great post-beach stopover.
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    Jun 29, 2007 at 3:38pm ·

    based on 3 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • Restaurants in Provincetown
    One of the more upscale restaurants in town, it's definitely somewhere to have a "nice" meal. A clean, modern environment and windows that look out to Cape Cod Bay.
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    Jun 29, 2007 at 3:38pm ·

    based on 9 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • Restaurants in Provincetown
    This restaurant is in the most unique-looking building on Commercial Street covered on the outside with red neon. While it's something of a factory in terms of its culinary output - popular with tour groups and such, it's definitely the place to go if all you want is a traditional Cape Cod lobster dinner with drawn butter.
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    Jun 29, 2007 at 3:38pm ·

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  • Hotels in Provincetown
    This is a popular place for tea dance from 3-6. Right on the water. Some folks spend the afternoon there laying out on deck chairs which you can rent for a few bucks.

    Jun 29, 2007 at 3:38pm ·

    based on 21 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • Bars & Clubs in Provincetown
    The A House is Ptown's oldest gay bar and is littered with nautical artifacts, pieces of art, musical posters (Ella Fitzgerald used to sing there back in the day), and has a hearth that burns during the cold winters. It's open year-round and though it may not attract the trendiest DJs during the summer months it's still my favorite place to go out.

    Jun 29, 2007 at 3:38pm ·

    based on 26 ratings Thank you! Why not write a review?

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Fan of The Mews Restaurant & Cafe Restaurant in Provincetown