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Celebrating America’s Melting Pot

To celebrate Independence Day, here are some vibrant, living destinations from sea to shining sea where you can experience firsthand the diversity of America’s melting pot.

The Atlanta Pride Parade.

Atlanta for LGBT Travelers

Atlanta has long been recognized as the gay capital of the Southeast, a tolerant oasis that draws queer residents and tourists from all over the country. Find information on bars, clubs, gay-friendly shops, and more.

The sun and clouds over Turner baseball field in Atlanta, Georgia.

Spectator Sports in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta sports fans are among the most lukewarm in the United States, at least with regards to professional sports. (College football, on the other hand, is a different story.) Learn more about which sports are popular in Atlanta and where to see them played.

Moon Atlanta

Skilled writer and journalist Tray Butler offers up his best advice on Atlanta—from the bustling financial Downtown district to the historical draw of Sweet Auburn and the fabulous food and arts of Decatur. Butler includes unique trip strategies for a variety of travelers, such as The Two-Day Best of Atlanta and Food to Please the […]

Moon Idaho

Seasoned food, wine, and travel writer James P. Kelly offers his unique perspective on this remarkable travel destination, from free Wednesday night concerts at The Grove in Boise to the bizarre rock outcroppings of the Magic Valley. Kelly uses his local knowledge to craft original trip ideas, including Five Days of Fun in the Sawtooths, […]

Close up of LGBT rainbow flag.

US Pride Events 2011

Pride parades and events celebrating queer life have sprung up all over the country, spreading joy and love across the land. Most pride events occur annually in June to commemorate the Stonewall riots, a pivotal moment in the modern LGBT rights movement, though it is possible to find pride events throughout the summer months and even into October.