Gay Festivities in Cleveland


Say you're a visiting homo and have no clue where all the hotspots in Cleveland are. What to do? The Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland is coming to the rescue with a new travel guide featuring local gay businesses, stores, and galleries. The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center of Greater Cleveland is helping create and distribute the handbook. Naturally, the move comes only four years after every other city started doing this. And you're out of luck if you're in town this weekend ... or even next month. The guide won't be published till sometime later this year, because that's how we do things around here. Fortunately, Scene's very own Cris Glaser — incisive chronicler of all things gay — is always here for you every week with the most exhaustive listings of gay events in Cleveland. Behold. --Michael Gallucci

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