CheckOut: Hotel X, Toronto

The brand-new, stylistically-striking Hotel X Toronto in Toronto, Canada is anything but yet another cookie-cutter urban luxury hotel crammed into a downtown lot. Hotel X Toronto is a very short taxi/Uber/Lyft ride from everything that Toronto has to offer; making it an ideal headquarters for enjoying Pride Toronto or any other event in Canada’s largest city. StoryContinue reading “CheckOut: Hotel X, Toronto”

#DailyDose: Toronto World Pride

Our Editor-in-Chief Ed Salvato is on the ground in Toronto, celebrating the 28th annual World Pride (and some beautiful Toronto weather!) Toronto is one of our favorite cities (and one we covered in our Sept. 2012 issue) and this week of festivities is a big reason why. For World Pride, more than 34 bars have extended theirContinue reading “#DailyDose: Toronto World Pride”

Welcome to our Newest Correspondent: Steven Bereznai

One of Steven’s favorite ways to see the world is traveling to international gay and lesbian water polo tournaments with the Toronto Triggerfish. This has taken him to the World Outgames in Copenhagen and other events in Cologne, Iceland, and Antwerp, where his team won gold in 2013. He’s written extensively for both gay andContinue reading “Welcome to our Newest Correspondent: Steven Bereznai”


Leave it to our friends up north to create the first Queer Beer Festival in North America on Thursday, August 4, 2011 starting at 4pm. The Queer Beer Festival celebrates Canada’s rich brewing history, hosted by experts of the brewing craft from around the world. Featuring more than 120 brands, great live acts and delicious food fromContinue reading “QUEER BEER FESTIVAL, TORONTO”

Ask the Expert: Toronto on a Budget

I recently had the pleasure of hearing you on Sirius/XM with Derek and Romaine and actually feel comfortable enough to ask you some questions. I am visiting Toronto, ON Dec 27-Jan 4. I am recently single and well, I need some healing time so i thought to try a new city. Can you suggest someContinue reading “Ask the Expert: Toronto on a Budget”

My Toronto Podcasts

I visited Toronto, and all I got was these lousy podcasts! Actually, I got a lot more out of my incredibly fun trip than my stupid t-shirt souvenir allusion might indicate. You can hear some of my impressions by clicking on the following two links, which are my radio appearance on LGBT-oriented Proud FM TorontoContinue reading “My Toronto Podcasts”