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The Landmarks That Made New York a Cultural Capital

One of the realities of living in New York is that you cannot become too attached to specific places any more than you can become attached to certain people in your life: the…

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‘RuPaul’s’ contestant Monet X Change spills the T on NYC drag scene

There’s a “bold, in-your-face” aspect to Monet X Change’s drag that keeps her on the map as one of New York City’s rising queens. “I know I work it,” Monet, 27, says. “I…

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NYC Pride March courtesy of nycpride.org

Never backward! But a change of direction for the Pride March

The Pride March will be switching things around this year. The festive annual event celebrates L.G.B.T. pride and the birth of the gay rights movement at the Stonewall Rebellion in the Village in…

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Gay sports bar opens location in Washington Heights

Boxers NYC, America’s gay sports bar, is set to open its newest location at 3820 Broadway in Washington Heights. Richard Kave, Executive Managing Director, and Barclay Smyly, Associate, of Lee & Associates NYC…

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Kylie Minogue Set to Headline New York City’s Pride Island

While fans anxiously wait for the release of Kylie Minogue’s latest album, they have something new to look forward to. Minogue will be headlining this year’s Pride Island, New York City’s mini-music festival,…

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We’re Serving Northeast Realness: A Complete Guide to Drag From Pittsburgh to New York

Whether you’re a lifetime drag enthusiast or a RuPaul’s Drag Racenewbie, there’s a lot to learn about the wide world of drag. Here’s where to dive in on the Eastern Seaboard.  

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How ‘Gay’ Should a Gay Bar Be?

The website for the Abbey touts its role as a two-time winner of Logo’s “Best Gay Bar in the World” award. But how gay is it? Some of the regulars believe the increasing number of…

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2017 Summer Travel: LGBT travelers rave about riding the rails

There was a time when travel was romantic; those about to embark on a trip often donned their best clothing while service providers pulled out all the stops with freshly prepared meals, cocktails…

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NYC’s Hidden LGBT Historic Sites Get Illuminated on Interactive Map

Just after the 1969 Stonewall riots — largely considered a seminal moment in the quest for LGBT rights — many gay rights groups were still organizing in the shadows, quietly meeting in neighborhoods such…

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The 10 Best Gay Bars And Clubs In The U.S. In 2017

Whether you’re gay or straight, hitting the dance floor at a gay bar is one of the most fun experiences that you can have, ever. Here is our list of our top ten…

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