Are You Really Ready for Winter?

It is no wonder why we love to live in or visit places, such as Palm Springs and South Florida, during the winter. Half of the nation gets to deal with snow, ice, sleet, and colder temperatures. We either love…

Lambda Car Club Remains Strong Among LGBT Enthusiasts

For as long as we loved the automobile, there is a place for us. That place is called the Lambda Car Club International. What the Lambda Car Club International does is to connect its members across the USA and internationally…

Finding Your LGBT Automotive Tribe On a Sunday Drive

How do we fulfill our enthusiasm for the automobile? There are really two choices. One, you can work on your vehicle for it to “strike a pose” at the local car meet or on the car show circuit. Or, just…

Working The Experience at The 2018 MAMA Fall Rally

Some of us are lucky to be a part of activities that benefit our work. These activities may range from media preview drives, world premieres of future vehicles, auto show press days, and media association events. They require some travel,…

Scratching The Surface of Kansas City

Quick – name the most prominent city located closest to the center of the country – meaning the core 48 states of the union? This is a city that has a metropolitan area spilling into two states. Omaha is one…

Audi Goes Fully Electric With The New e-tron

Audi just threw its hat into the electric vehicle ring – and this one could send shockwaves across the marketplace. The unveiling of the e-Tron crossover/SUV in San Francisco signals a new chapter for the company’s electrification strategy. Audi’s entry…

The Warmest Welcome in America? The Twin Cities!

When it comes to LGBT-friendly cities in the U.S.A., which ones come to mind? There are the usual destinations that come to mind, such as New York City and San Francisco. South Florida, Palm Springs, Chicago…the list goes on. If…

In Search of the Big Gay Dealership

Is it tough to find an auto dealership that wants to work with us? For the example, my significant other, Jason, needed to replace his aging Mercury Mystique with a newer vehicle. He asked me to help him find a…

Twin Cities Pride Parade Adventure

How should I tell this story? Twin Cities Pride’s annual Ashley Rukes Parade happened over the summer. Prompted by a crazy idea from a friend of mine, I wound up riding along the parade route. It was not what I had planned to do after my original task, but…well, I better give you some background.

Minnesota Motorists Speak Out (Again!) For Marriage Equality

Richard Herod is at it again. Last fall, he received a notice from his townhome association in Woodbury, Minnesota, insisting that he remove the anti-marriage amendment sign from the yard in front of his house. (At the time, Minnesota was preparing to vote on that amendment; if passed, it would’ve enshrined homophobia in the state constitution by denying gay and lesbian couples the right to marry.)