Nashville get ready! From healthcare to HRC, there's plenty to do in our great city over the next week. Here are our 5 6 Gay Things to Do this week.

Sunday, March 2: Miss Glamour City Newcomer Pageant

Join Keyuna Campbell Mays as she hands off her crown to a new Miss Glamour City at Vibe Entertainment Complex. Make sure you drop by to cheer on Nashville Untucked's Paige Turner compete. The event begins at 9 p.m. and there is a $10 cover. 

Monday, March 3: Out 2 Enroll Affordable Care Act Informational Session

The deadline to enroll in The Affordable Care Act is March 31. Equal and affordable healthcare is important in the LGBT community struggle for equality. Join Nashville community organizations and Washington DC experts in an informational session designed to answer your questions about enrolling. The event will take place at OutCentral on Monday, March 3 at 6 p.m.. RSVP and get more information here.

Tuesday, March 4: Nashville in Harmony Choral Blast

After their delicious debut at the Ryman this past holiday season, Nashville in Harmony is bringing the noise with 4 additional choruses in their Spring concert, Choral Blast. specifically invited because of their diversity, their musical excellence, and their contribution to building community in Nashville, this is perhaps the the mostexciting of the groups's TENsational performances.

Thursday, March 6: Cher-eoke

​O&AN has teamed up with the Music City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Nashville in Harmony and Canvas Lounge for a Cher-iffic night of singing, fundraising and of course one lucky winner will go home with a set of Cher tickets for her March 31 show at Bridgestone Arena. Need more details? RSVP and find more details here.

Thursday, March 6 & Friday, March 7: Mister USofA Pageant

What do you do when you are the most heavily crowned drag king in Tennessee? You add a few rhinestones to Bible Belt buckle and bring the biggest pageant to you. Join D-Luv Saviyon, the first African-American Mister USofA MI Classic winner, as he hands off his crown on Thursday, alongside the Divas and then Mister USofA MI Friday night. For more details, click here.

Saturday, March 8: HRC Equality Gala

We cannot believe it's that time of the year again! HRC-Nashville  is busy putting on the finishing touches for this year's Gala which will host HRC President Chad Griffin and entertainment by Tiffany! And did we mention one of the best silent auctions in Nashville including items from Brandi Carlile, Tegan and Sara and so many more. For more information, click here. 



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Post-Covid travel planning

Who would have thought that we would have to get through a pandemic in order to appreciate the small things we have, such as the ability to simply pack our bags and hit the road?

For two years, there’s been nothing left for us travel junkies to do but sit at home and try to find new destinations that we will conquer once we defeat what appears to be the biggest villain of the 21st century. But once that happens, hold your bags tight because we will be up for some of the most interesting travel experiences. Take a look at some ideas for your post-COVID traveling plans:

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