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Is the Future of Drag in Denmark?

Is the Future of Drag in Denmark?

TRAVEL | By Ivan Quintanilla | Sep 25, 2021

Though many up-and-coming drag queens would love to be a "Ru girl," a unique drag identity is emerging from Denmark's capital of Copenhagen. Here, the scene fuses performance and activism.

4 Hip LGBTQ+-Friendly Boutique Hotels Across the US

4 Hip LGBTQ+-Friendly Boutique Hotels Across the US

TRAVEL | By Brandon Berkson | Sep 23, 2021

This fall, Hotels Above Par and EDGE Media Network team up to present a monthly series of expert-curated guides to the world's best LGBTQ+-friendly boutique hotels and destinations. Today, we start with the U.S.

4 Workaround to Book Your Fall Vacation Rental with Points

4 Workaround to Book Your Fall Vacation Rental with Points

TRAVEL | By Erin Hurd, NerdWallet | Sep 23, 2021

Here are some options to use your rewards from credit cards or hotels to help pay for your next vacation rental.

US Sues to Stop Deal Between American Airlines and JetBlue

US Sues to Stop Deal Between American Airlines and JetBlue

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Sep 22, 2021

The Justice Department and officials in six states have filed a lawsuit to block a partnership formed by American Airlines and JetBlue, claiming that it will reduce competition and lead to higher fares.

An Insider's Look at Virgin Voyages' Inaugural Cruise Ship Scarlet Lady

An Insider's Look at Virgin Voyages' Inaugural Cruise Ship Scarlet Lady

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Sep 21, 2021

Marketed as "Virgin Voyages — No Kids, No Kidding," the adult-only (18+) ship, in many ways, departs from traditional ship design. EDGE sent our travel editor for a firsthand look.

America's New COVID-19 Rules for International Travel

America's New COVID-19 Rules for International Travel

TRAVEL | By Zeke Miller, David Koenig | Sep 21, 2021

The across-the-board rules, which will take effect in November, will replace a hodgepodge of confusing restrictions. Here's what to expect.

US Investigating Airlines Over Slow Refunds During Pandemic

US Investigating Airlines Over Slow Refunds During Pandemic

TRAVEL | Sep 20, 2021

The Transportation Department is detailing efforts it says it is making to help airline customers who were wrongfully denied refunds after flights were canceled or changed during the pandemic.

This Gay Beach Is the World's 2nd-Best Skinny-Dipping Spot

This Gay Beach Is the World's 2nd-Best Skinny-Dipping Spot

TRAVEL | Sep 19, 2021

A beach popular with gay men in Italy has been named the world's second-best spot for skinny-dipping.

As Global Tourism Rebounds, Who Controls the Narrative for LGBTQ+ Travel?

As Global Tourism Rebounds, Who Controls the Narrative for LGBTQ+ Travel?

TRAVEL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Sep 19, 2021

As one of the largest Pride events in the world descends upon Copenhagen, Denmark, and Malmo, Sweden, experts reveal why and how certain destinations emerge as LGBTQ+ hotspots.

Hotels Above Par's Brandon Berkson on How to Plan the Perfect Vacation

Hotels Above Par's Brandon Berkson on How to Plan the Perfect Vacation

TRAVEL | By Merryn Johns | Sep 18, 2021

This fall, EDGE partners with Hotels Above Par to present a series of expert-curated guides to some of the world's best LGBTQ+-friendly hotels and destinations. To kick things off, we interview its founder Brandon Berkson.

England's Simplified COVID-19 Travel Rules Bashed as Confusing

England's Simplified COVID-19 Travel Rules Bashed as Confusing

TRAVEL | By Jill Lawless | Sep 17, 2021

The British government announced a major simplification of its rules for international travel on Friday, heeding complaints from travelers and businesses that its regulations aimed at staving off the spread of COVID-19 were cumbersome and ineffective.

US Will Give Runway Rights to a Budget Airline at Newark Airport

US Will Give Runway Rights to a Budget Airline at Newark Airport

TRAVEL | Sep 17, 2021

The Transportation Department said Thursday it will give rights for several afternoon and evening flights in Newark, New Jersey, to a budget airline to drive down fares.

US Doubles the Fine for Mask Rule-Breakers on Planes

US Doubles the Fine for Mask Rule-Breakers on Planes

TRAVEL | Sep 16, 2021

The U.S. is doubling the fine for people who break the rule requiring masks on planes, trains and other forms of public transit to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Malaysia Reopens Resort Island as Vaccinations Rise

Malaysia Reopens Resort Island as Vaccinations Rise

TRAVEL | Sep 16, 2021

Hundreds of holiday-makers flocked to Malaysia's northern resort island of Langkawi as it reopened Thursday to fully vaccinated travelers.

Ireland's Ryanair Aims to Hire 5,000 New Staff

Ireland's Ryanair Aims to Hire 5,000 New Staff

TRAVEL | Sep 16, 2021

Irish airline Ryanair said Thursday that it's planning to create 5,000 jobs over the next five years as part of its recovery from the shock of the coronavirus pandemic.

Hong Kong Gay Games Pushed Back to 2023 Due to COVID

Hong Kong Gay Games Pushed Back to 2023 Due to COVID

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 15, 2021

The Gay Games that were slated for next year in Hong Kong have been pushed back to 2023 due to concerns around the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Carnival CEO Discusses Cruise Lines, Pandemic and Politics

Carnival CEO Discusses Cruise Lines, Pandemic and Politics

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Sep 15, 2021

Carnival Corp., once a $21 billion company, saw revenue plunge to zero overnight last year when the pandemic shut down the cruise industry. It's CEO Arnold Donald's job to navigate uncharted waters for the cruise giant, which operates nine brands.

Fires Shut Sequoia National Park, Could Threaten Huge Trees

Fires Shut Sequoia National Park, Could Threaten Huge Trees

TRAVEL | Sep 15, 2021

Sequoia National Park is shut down, its namesake gigantic trees potentially threatened by two forest fires burning in steep and dangerous terrain in California's Sierra Nevada.

Watch: Why Mexico's State of Yucatán is Becoming an Alluring LGBTQ+ Travel Destination

Watch: Why Mexico's State of Yucatán is Becoming an Alluring LGBTQ+ Travel Destination

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Sep 14, 2021

EDGE chats with Yucatán's Minister of Tourism Michelle Fridman about the state's efforts to increase LGBTQ+ awareness and top travel tips to explore the state.

How to Plan an LGBTQ+ Vermont Adventure, Any Time of Year

How to Plan an LGBTQ+ Vermont Adventure, Any Time of Year

SPONSORED CONTENT | Sep 14, 2021

No matter the season, Vermont is packed with activities for the LGBTQ+ traveler — just pack a bag and head to the Green Mountain State!

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