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On The Road with Bill Malcolm

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Madison, Wisconsin – small but mighty – visit during Pridefest in August

posted Thursday, July 21, 2022

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You cannot beat a visit to Madison, Wisconsin. Situated on an isthmus between Lakes Mendota and Monona, the city is full of bike trails as well as kayak rentals. Everything revolves around the Capitol Square (home to the beautiful State Capitol Building) which features the best farmers market in the Midwest every Saturday morning. WHAT […]

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Hot Summer Fun in the Chicago Sun

posted Tuesday, July 12, 2022

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Chicago makes for a perfect summer vacation. Beaches, festivals, biking along the lake, or just hanging out at the Kathy Osterman (Hollywood) Beach (the queer beach) in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood are all great options.  The gayborhood, Boystown has been re-christened as “Northalsted” to promote inclusion. You will find most of the bars and gay […]

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Bloomington and Nashville, Indiana – art, food, and the great outdoors

posted Thursday, May 12, 2022

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Yes there is more than one Bloomington and Nashville, and you can find both of these in  Indiana, about a four hour drive from Chicago, and approximately 110 km south of Indianapolis. Bloomington Bloomington is a great college town (being home to Indiana University) and is very walkable. Everything is centered around the county courthouse […]

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Washington D.C. – galleries, gardens, and gay bars

posted Tuesday, May 3, 2022

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D.C. is back open and better than ever. Plenty of outdoor spaces keep you COVID safe, and of course the Smithsonian Museums are all free. Summer is the value season where hotel rates are reasonable. Plus, it is the arguable one of the  gayest cities in America. You can practically walk everywhere, and yes you […]

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Louisville, Kentucky – Bourbon and Brandy in the Bluegrass

posted Wednesday, April 6, 2022

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WHAT’S OLD IS NEW IN NULU (NEW LOUISVILLE):  YOUR GUIDE TO THE NEIGHBOURHOODS OF LOUISVILLE There are few places left in America that have a unique regional feel. Louisville, founded in 1778, is one of them. It is an amazing city of unique and independent neighborhoods. There is so much to do: walk through Old […]

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Gainsville, Florida – Gators, Galleries, and Gardens

posted Saturday, March 12, 2022

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Home of the University of Florida, Gainesville is worth a visit. Located north of Ocala near Orlando and Jacksonville, it has a hip vibrant scene. The live oaks are covered by Spanish Moss (as are the southern magnolias and deciduous trees)  giving the area a different feel from points south with their plethora of palms […]

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Outdoor Fun in the Fort Lauderdale Sun

posted Thursday, March 10, 2022

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Now is the perfect time to plan a visit to Fort Lauderdale (and the Island City of Wilton Manors which is the gayborhood). I spent two weeks there recently and had a COVID safe vacation by doing most stuff outside or on the beach. With temperatures in the high 70s to 80s, it is the […]

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Palm Springs, California – New PS Air Bar , Bar Cecil Restaurant, and Tram Now Boarding 

posted Sunday, March 6, 2022

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There’s always something new to give you another reason to visit Palm Springs besides the great winter weather. My most recent visit included a stop at the hottest new restaurant in town, Bar Cecil, a stop at the aviation themed speak easy PS Air Bar at Bouschet, and a trip up the tram for a […]

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Chicago – the perfect destination for a gay getaway

posted Saturday, February 5, 2022

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Chicago makes for a perfect winter weekend visit. I always stay in the Lakeview East neighborhood just south of the gayborhood formerly known as Boystown (newly re-christened as “Northalsted” to promote inclusion). You will find most of the bars and gay businesses on Halsted Street itself although like with many cities, gentrification has taken its […]

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