In September of 2021, Las Vegas native Julian High was selected as United Way of Southern Nevada's president and CEO. Returning to the valley and taking the helm of this fundraising powerhouse was like coming home for High.
Officially dedicated on February 14, 2012, The Mob Museum or the the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement as it is formally known, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization offering an immersive experience spread out over four floors.
Tis the season for wildflower blooms, day hiking and maybe even checking out a nearby hot spring. So if you are looking for something to do on those hard earned days off, pack a cooler, grab a friend, hop in the car because we are going gay tripping.
Did you know there is a day dedicated to bringing awareness to mental health issues, not only locally, but around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health? World Mental Health Day is formally recognized on October 10 every year.
There are plenty of reasons to gay trip in town this fall. Make a day of it. From Gilcrease Orchards in the northwest, to the Clark County Wetlands in the east, the weather is perfect to start getting outdoors and enjoying the outside again.
What is an all-inclusive event held every four years and is the stage for people from all over the world? Hint: It’s not the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Rather, it’s the Gay Games.
Kayaking on the Colorado River is an experience that will bring you closer to nature and give you a sense of peace and wonderment.
Few people know the acronym that stands for a group of brave women who made up the first lesbian civil and political rights group in the United States, The Daughters of Bilitis (DOB).
We stayed near town for this edition of gay tripping and checked out not only one very touristy stop, but another local hidden gem you may or may not be aware of. This month’s trip is jam-packed with activity, so hang on.
The 8th annual Northern Nevada Pride Festival and CommUNITY Parade are planned for Saturday, July 24, 2021, in Downtown Reno.