American Idol’s David Hernandez has released his highly anticipated second studio album Kingdom: the Mixtape through his own label.
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The world may want to change you, but no one can erase who you are. This National Coming Out, we celebrate the #LGBTQ community and living truthfully and openly. Watch a special message from Troye Sivan
Lance Bass is an American singer who rose to fame as a member of the pop group NSYNC, one of the best-selling boy bands of all time. NSYNC produced two Billboard No. 1 albums, “No Strings Attached” (2000) and “Celebrity” (2001), before splitting up. Bass came out as gay in a People magazine cover story in July 2006.
Melvin “Mel” Boozer was a university professor, an activist for gay and African-American rights and the first openly gay candidate for vice president of the United States.
NiK Kacy, the founder and president of gender-free luxury brand, NiK Kacy Footwear, brings the first Equality Fashion Week to Los Angeles in partnership with the newly-renovated boutique hotel, Montrose West Hollywood.
Elizabeth Birch is a prominent LGBT activist. From 1995 to 2004, she served as executive director of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the largest LGBT organization in the United States. Under her leadership, the HRC’s budget quadrupled and its membership increased more than tenfold.
Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, better known as Sandro Botticelli, was an esteemed painter during the early Italian Renaissance. His most famous works include “The Birth of Venus,” “The Primavera” and “The Adoration of the Magi.”
Francisco J. “El Jimagua” Cartagena Méndez is a Puerto Rican writer and well-known human rights activist.
Jonathan T. Capehart is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and a member of The Washington Post editorial board.
Dubbed the “Dean of American Cookery” by The New York Times in 1954, James Beard was a prominent American chef, culinary instructor and television personality. He is regarded as the first TV chef. Beard wrote 20 cookbooks and trained countless other acclaimed chefs.
Gilbert Baker was an American artist and LGBT activist best known for creating the rainbow flag. The flag provided a defining symbol for the LGBT civil rights movement and is considered the first and most widely recognized gay symbol today.
International super model, fashion icon and actor, Tyson Beckford, takes to the Chippendales stage in Las Vegas for an unprecedented fourth engagement. After breaking box office records during his three previous appearances, Beckford returned to the award-winning #1 male revue with a sexy red carpet appearance and opening night performance and celebration on Saturday,
Vegas has some of the most world-class cuisines with no shortage of celebrity inspired restaurants up and down the strip. Get off the strip and check out the hipster downtown grub, the upscale Summerlin outdoor villages. Most restaurants are LGBTQ friendly, but you can also find some "Family" owned establishments that cater to the LGBTQ audience.
Whether your hangout is the neighborhood bar, catching a drag show, or poppin’ bottles and dancing til the world ends, there’s plenty of places to meet your next hookup, husband (or wife). Vegas doesn’t have a “gayborhood” and you’re just as likely to meet someone at a mega- nightclub as you are the local watering hole. Festivals, circuit parties, and LGBT conferences make their way to Vegas every year, too.
Cut it, wax it, shave it, zap it, clip it, scrub it, rub it.. Get groomed from head to toe so you can look your best as you explore the city.
Wanna grab a quick coffee? Whether you are looking to meet up with old friends, go on a first date, or talk about business, you will need to have a place to meet. If you are a Las Vegas local, attending one of our conventions or rooting for your favorite sports teams (GO KNIGHTS GO), know that you will never run out of places to meet and spend some time with people in great environments, like Coffee Shops and events.
Living in Vegas is just like anywhere else. Really. We have gardeners, lawyers, pet sitters, real estate agents, accountants in Vegas, too.
With over 6 million convention visitors each year, chances are you come for business as much as you do leisure.
McCarran Airport sees over 4 million passengers per month, and once you’re here there are plenty of ways to get around. You can’t hail a cab from the strip, but limos, rideshares, taxis are all available from hotels.
High-end designers, outlet malls, neighborhood centers satisfy your retail therapy. Switch is a weekly clothing swap at The Center for transgender individuals.
There’s more to Vegas than just gambling. Experience the thrills and breathtaking views that Vegas has to offer.
Choose from one of our 148,896 hotel rooms! From luxury resorts and casinos to smoke-and-gaming free (and a few pet-friendly) hotels, there’s a place for everyone..
Need a break from the neon jungle? Get away to scenic mountain resorts, famous landmarks, outdoor excursions, and LGBT volleyball
The City of Entertainment delivers some of the greatest stars in the world. Top residencies, local legends, and one-of-kind productions.
Need assistance or looking to give back? Local charities are the heart of any community.