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“Boxers” Gay Bar To Expand To Washington Heights: Gentrification Or Much Needed Service?

Gay bar chain Boxers is getting yet another location in New York City… but is that a good thing? Last month, we shared with you the idea that Boxers could be considered the gay…

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8 famous streets in America you need to visit in your lifetime

There are renowned streets across the globe, like Abbey Road in London, England, and Champs-Elysees in Paris, France, but you don’t have to go that far. Many of the world’s most iconic streets are…

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Leonard Bernstein’s NYC Residence Mapped As An LGBT Historic Site

The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project has announced the digital publication of the Leonard Bernstein Residence at the Osborne Apartments to its online map, a dynamic continually-evolving catalogue of geographic locations significant to LGBT history….

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Wigstock Returns From the Dead

Sometime around 1984, a group of inebriated drag queens left the Pyramid Club in the East Village in Manhattan and wound up at Tompkins Square Park, where a spontaneous performance before a bunch…

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Finally, Some Gay Pride From the Yankees

Next year is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising in 1969, when demonstrations after a police raid on a Greenwich Village bar helped kindle the modern gay rights movement. The commemoration of…

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The best public art in NYC

New York City’s museums aren’t the only places to find beautiful or thought-provoking art. Since 1967, when the first public art program was established in the city, a diverse array of agencies and institutions—including the MTA, the…

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Sex and the City

7 ‘Sex and the City’ Locations in New York Made Famous by the HBO Series

Wednesday marked 20 years since HBO’s famous series Sex and the City debuted, letting viewers inside the lives of fictional New Yorkers like Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon), Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall)…

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NYC Pride March courtesy of nycpride.org

This gay guy’s the Senior Vice President of NYC & Company and has great tips for an epic NYC Pride

Pride Month is officially in full swing – and the grand, Kylie Minogue-infused climax of NYC Pride, one of America’s biggest and best, is just around the corner. Not to mention WorldPride, which makes…

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New York City gears up for its annual LGBTQ Pride events this June

NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organisation, proudly highlights annual LGBTQ Pride events taking place throughout the city as the summer travel season heats up. Recognised as the number one…

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‘Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’ is where the disco ball spins the real truth

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?” they sing in “Hamilton.” Well, if you have control over the combination of your biography and all your hit songs, the answer is perfectly simple:…

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