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That’s Community with The House of Sass & Magic

posted Tuesday, November 6, 2018

by: in Leadership & Business

I met Stacey from “The House of Sass & Magic” at a June 2018 Pride Toronto community trade show, which our publisher INspired Media is a founder and partner of. I fell in love right away with the name of the business, it’s very SASSY. Stacey also was very delightful to chat with, she was […]

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Montreal’s Black & Blue Festival – a Thanksgiving Weekend Tradition

posted Wednesday, October 17, 2018

by: in Featured

  October marks Thanksgiving, a traditional holiday in Canada when families get together and give thanks. It is a time to celebrate, to eat, to listen to music and to dance. Since 1991, Montreal has been the host of a different kind of tradition on Thanksgiving weekend, when our LGBTQ+ family also gets together to […]

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“Vacaya” – New LGBT Travel Company to Launch in 2019

posted Wednesday, October 10, 2018

by: in Travel

Created by award-winning tourism and travel executives with nearly 100 years of combined experience in entertainment, hospitality, and travel, VACAYA offers LGBT+ travelers a new choice – one with an unprecedented and maniacal guest focus, perfectly tailored to the needs and desires of the LGBT+ community.  The debut of VACAYA heralds an evolution in an industry […]

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The Ginger Gent Does “Fight Club”

posted Wednesday, October 3, 2018

by: in Parenting

How am I going to do a post on “Fight Club” if the first rule is that we can’t talk about it? So before you call child services let me assure you this post will be totally age appropriate and also, NOT ripe with references to Brad Pitt.  I enrolled The Ginger Gentleman in this […]

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La Ville de Québec: Full of History and Gay Pride

posted Monday, September 24, 2018

by: in Entertainment, Lifestyle, Travel

It was a beautiful hot summer day as I landed at Aéroport Jean Lesage in Québec City. It had been years since I had visited Québec City so I was very excited. I was excited to be on holidays and in a beautiful city like Québec, and I was super gay-excited to be there during their […]

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The Ginger Gent is Seeing Double!

posted Friday, September 7, 2018

by: in Parenting

Happy September from the Ginger Gentleman! If you are like us you’ll be wondering where the heck the summer got to this year. It may have felt super short, but in that time our family has been super productive. Besides the fact that The Gent grew two inches, he also processed some challenging new realities. […]

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That’s Community with Pop Music, where music lovers should go!

posted Friday, August 17, 2018

by: in Leadership & Business

If you are like me and you love music, then you love a terrific music store. Great music stores are a rarity in this digital age, so when my friend DJ Relentless mentioned this really awesome and cool new record store “Pop Music”, I asked him to introduce me to owner Derek Antonio so I […]

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Houston – home to a great mix of art, music and LGBT culture

posted Wednesday, August 8, 2018

by: in Featured

Throughout my career as a travel journalist thus far, I have been to Texas about a dozen times for both work and pleasure. However, the one city I never visited until recently was Houston. I quickly noticed that each Texas metropolis has its own flavor. Houston is no different. I was surprised how much I […]

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A Taste of Warkworth (Ontario) Walking Food Tour

posted Thursday, July 26, 2018

by: in Travel

Warkworth, Ontario offers something for everyone. Whether you like to shop, stroll, indulge or relax, it truly is a welcoming community with warm hospitality. Warkworth is a quaint, beautiful, unique town. Whether you snowmobile, ski, cottage, or love the fall colours, this is the place to be. It’s also very gay-friendly as noted in a […]

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The LGBT Community and Dementia

posted Thursday, July 26, 2018

by: in Health

Researchers from University of California, San Francisco and Kaiser Permanente Division of Research, Oakland, CA, examined the prevalence of dementia among 3,718 sexual minority adults age 60+ who participated in the Kaiser Permanente Research Program on Genes, Environment, and Health (RPGEH). Dementia diagnoses were collected from medical records. According to “Issue Brief: LGBT and Dementia,” […]

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