On June 22nd, just days before San Francisco Pride officially began, Hotel VIA held a pre-launch event with a panel entitled "How Technology Can Enhance the Guest Experience". Moderated by Gwyneth Borden, Executive Director of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, along with notable panelists including Ted Girdner of Comcast Business, Barbara Perzigian of Hotel VIA and celebrity chef Robert Irvine, the panel touched on some of the cutting-edge features Comcast Business has brought to the hospitality industry.
Comcast equipped the hotel with a Passive Optical LAN (POL)-based Ethernet solution with a five gigabit per second (Gbps) service enabling guests and employees to access the internet anytime, anywhere on the hotel property. With this secure and efficient network solution, Hotel VIA’s guests are able to connect to an unlimited number of devices and have instant access to high-speed data, voice and video. With this service in place, Hotel VIA was able to offer its gue…
One of the most gorgeous and gay-friendly oases on the planet, Southern California’s sunny Palm Springs boasts glorious April high temps in the upper 80s, loads of fantastic shopping and dining possibilities, tons of stunning and easily accessible nature nearby, and a rich cultural landscape that includes some of the world’s best modernist design and architecture. It’s also literally teeming with excellent accommodation options, from five star hotels to clothing optional resorts to private rentals on Airbnband VRBO.
#2. The history.
Since its launch way back in 1989, Jeffrey Sanker’s White Party Palm Springs has become one of the most iconic and popular event in the world, drawing some 30,000 attendees every year. Its musical roster through the years reads like a veritable who’s who of gay pop and dance icons, including Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Deborah Cox, Jordin Sparks (left), Kesha, Taylor Dayne, Anastasia, Carly Rae Jepsen, Ariana Grande, LeAnn Rimes (below), …
Perfect date night or girl's night out!
In this hilarious new three-character comedy based on the best-selling book of
the same title, audiences are welcomed into a fun-filled world of foolproof
moves and insider advice that could only be culled from that most insightful of
individuals: the gay man.
The play is set at a local university auditorium where the English Department
holds its monthly meet the authors event. Robyn is the shy and studious
moderator of the event and this month's featured author is Dan Anderson
of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. The third
character is a hunky stage assistant of Eastern European descent, Stefan.
Thwarting Robyn's attempts to moderate a scholarly discussion of the book, Dan
aims to entertain those in attendance with a highly theatrical,
audience-interactive sex tip seminar. Will the power of Dan's tips prove
too titillating for even Robyn to resist? Will Stefan's muscles be used
for more than moving heavy scener…