Greece




  • Greek Guyd: Northern Delights in Thessaloniki

    Feb. 15, 2013, 12:54 p.m.
    GuySpy is excited to introduce 21st Century Greek God, Ilias Athanasopoulos, our new super-cute Greek Guyd! Greece’s Northern Gem… National Geographic Travel Magazine included Thessaloniki in the top 20 must see destinations in the World for 2013, saying; “Thessaloniki’s sparkling harbour is almost empty – a good thing. It remains one of the last urban seafronts [&hellip
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  • Bump! Guyd: Beach Blanket Boyness

    Dec. 14, 2012, 2:24 a.m.
    There’s snow on the ground and a chill in the air, and my oh-so-sexy long underwear has once again become an indispensable part of my wardrobe. I despise myself every time I have to pour myself into them. With all due respect to the luscious ladies on RuPaul’s Drag Race, I prefer not to wear [&hellip
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  • Entertainment Guyd: Mykonos and XLsior

    Sept. 13, 2012, 8:02 p.m.
    Gorgeous Greek-American Gus Turner went to Mykonos to check out the XLsior Festival. Here’s his postcard to us at GuySpy… A few weeks back from Mykonos and I find myself looking at pictures and wishing XLsior was tomorrow! Time to relax The island’s circuit week schedule is smaller than Barcelona’s ten day extravaganza, and the [&hellip
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  • Kylie On Tour … and In The Headlines

    Feb. 25, 2011, 1:05 p.m.

    by Stephen Kelly, GuySpy Pop Culture Blog

    Aussie songbird/diva/icon is back in a big way as she opened her highly anticipated 'Aphrodite – Les Folies' tour this week in Denmark to rave reviews.

    The show, which takes a mythological Greek theme and comes, of course, jammed with Kylie hits past and present, was praised by writer Bernard Zuel in the Sydney Morning Herald as "… her most spectacular, with technical and physical elements that leave you gaping."

    Pics of the event show an Acropolis of massive props, water fountains, acrobats, synchronized swimmers, dancers in Greek solider garb and Kylie's trademark wardrobe, designed by Dolce and Gabana. An audience interactive 'splash zone' closes the show. Read Now


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