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Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: Panama City

By Mark Chesnut | Dec 29
As if the recently expanded Panama Canal weren't enough to attract gay globetrotters, Panama City is carving out a role as Central America's most futuristic metropolis.

In the Spirit: Wines and Vines in the City

By Kristen Siebecker | Apr 24
EDGE's top picks for the few and rare inner city wineries that grow grapes and make wine near some of the world's most coveted urban playgrounds.

NSFW: Redefining the Lunch Break

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 29
This week EDGE profiles five getaways that will get you out of the office and living your dream, however mild or wild it may be. Head to Italy for a week of butchery, foraging and more.

Baltic Bites: The Best of Northern Europe

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 28
Looking for a foodie adventure and an excuse to wear your fur-lined parka this winter? New restaurants, star chefs, local produce and deep-rooted culinary traditions make the Baltic Sea region ideal for the culinary traveler.

Rediscovering D.C.: Washington's Renaissance

By Robert Israel | Sep 24
Put aside memories of sightseeing trips to Washington, D.C., returning home by school bus or family auto bleary eyed, unable to recount the distinctive features of the historic spots you stood in long lines to visit.

Luxury and Local Adventure in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit

By Bobby McGuire | Jun 17
From mariachi bands, margaritas and mahi mahi, Mexico’s Pacific Coast boasts an array of visual and culinary feasts.

72 Hours: A Culinary Adventure in Charleston

By EDGE | Jun 5
Three days. How much could you take on of one of the South’s most delectable cities? EDGE has mapped out 72 hours worth of eating. We’d say pace yourself, but there will be no time for that.

"Bleisure" and "Honeyteering" :: Travel’s Made-Up Words

By Beth J. Harpaz | Apr 10
Whatever you’re doing on vacation, chances are there’s a made-up word to describe it. Combine honeymoon and volunteering, you get honeyteering. Combine business and leisure, you get bleisure.

Bubble and Squeak: England’s Comeback Cuisine Makes Its Mark

By Laura Grimmer | Apr 4
While previously we Americans might have been jealous of the British for their dry sense of humor and their gin, we were always confident in one thing: Our food was better. No more. The British culinary scene is not on its way -- it has arrived.

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