The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s web site got a little gay today.
The daily newspaper, long a gay-friendly destination, offered up some gay travel and Pride news on its home page today, teasing it just below its coverage of the winter weather slamming the region. On a cold and snowy day like this, it provides nice thoughts of warm locales including Miami and New Orleans.
Included in the gay travel package:
A list of Pride events this year, proving that Atlanta’s festival is the latests such event in 2009.
Photos from gay-friendly destinations around the world.
A rundown of the gay scene in Miami and New Orleans.
The teaser on the AJC’s home page is now gone, but the coverage remains on its Atlanta Travel page.
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