EDC Las Vegas - Part 1 Restless Rundown Article & Photography by Megan Williams Peace, love, unity, respect- P.L.U.R. The credo has long since been what has attracted people to raves and festivals. The commraderie, the lifestyle, the way people look out for people, it’s why we rave. [...]
Who is Elixir Mixology Bar, exactly? If you ask them, they are “Una experiencia sensorial única en el corazón de Puerto Vallarta hecho por mujeres.” Or in English, “A unique sensory experience in the heart of Puerto Vallarta created by women.”
While I would prefer to pen a celebratory piece about the Silver State’s progressive advances for LGBTQ+ Nevadans, shit’s getting real.
The month of June is ripe with astrological activity that will impact us on both personal and societal levels, and I’m here to give you the planetary business, the AstroloTea, if you will.
House ballroom has long been the scene where legends rise in the LGBTQ+ community. While the concept dates back centuries, ballroom culture as we know it thrives on the foundation of the Harlem ballroom scene in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Bursting Through is the storytelling movement for Queer/Straight relationships. Stories are the most powerful change agent in the world—they have the power to change hearts, minds, attitudes and ultimately lives.
Josie Cavallari and Jeffrey Alvarez arrived at El Mercado in The Boulevard Mall with quiet confidence that became more evident as we set-up among the quinceañera dresses and bold colors on display in the tienditas. It doesn’t take long to see why the pair is a walking embodiment of orgullo (PRIDE). Their undeniable charisma cuts through the curious stares of shopkeepers and onlookers.
If we’ve learned one thing as a society from the last two years of managing a global health crisis, it’s that investing in your physical and mental health is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family.
The first time I saw Jolene perform, I was at Charlie’s Las Vegas. The music came on along with a music video on the screens (not usual for most drag performances), and Jolene took to the stage.
I sat down with D Marcucci in the afternoon at my home here in Las Vegas. They sat on a large area rug centered on the floor of a large open living room, surrounded by house plants with a 1970’s orange, gold, and leopard print theme, called The Leopard Lounge. A normal interview might be conducted on a pair of opposing chairs or couches, but I knew this typical strategy wouldn’t work.