With August almost over and Labor Day just a week away, now is the time to start planning a last-minute, end-of-summer vacation. Big cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and Boston are already on everybody's gaydar, but there are plenty of smaller or lesser-known queer-friendly cities and towns across the United States -- some in the unlikeliest of places -- that are worth a visit. Check out the slideshow of LGBT-friendly small cities and towns below and share your favorite vacation destinations in the comments section. US Edition U. Coronavirus News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes.
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Guay planted the bomb in a case delivered by the partner in crime, Marguerite Ruest Pitre , the very same day to clear a debt. Pitre was later identified as coming to the airport by taxi wearing a dark dress and spotted by a local journalist. Guay's wife, the intended victim, was persuaded to deliver an important command to Baie-Comeau on behalf of her husband. This way Guay would bypass a divorce , obtain life insurance money and elope with his mistress. Guay, along with two accomplices, were convicted and sentenced to death , and he was executed in
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