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Harnessing Our LGBTQ+ Cultural Vibrancy Will Help NYC Survive and Thrive

New York City's revival plans should include LGBTQ+ community, says Josh Wood.

Kathleen Warnocks Shows Us How to 'Rock The Line'

Iconic creative Kathleen Warnock presents her play Rock The Line at NYC's oldest and longest-producing theater company, TOSOS Theater.

36 Pics of Inhibitions and Shirts Coming Off at Hebro's Jewbilee Party

The biggest party for gay Jews (and those who love them) was as wild as ever.

Man Wanted for Assault Outside Gay NYC Council Member's Apartment

Erik Bottcher said the assault happened when anti-LGBTQ+ protestors who called him a "groomer" attempted to storm his apartment building.

Arrests Made in Roofie-Robbery-Murder Spree at New York City Bars

The crime spree made headlines after Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg was accused of refusing to prosecute those who allegedly killed two gay men.

Literary Festival Raises Funds for At-Risk LGBTQ+ People Globally

The event by Rainbow Railroad will showcase queer stories and perspectives. 

Gay NYC Council Member Responds to Anti-LGBTQ+ Vandalism Against Him

The gay City Council member had "groomer" and "pedophile" written in chalk outside his apartment building, where two people were arrested for trespassing. 

Protesters Storm Gay NYC Council Member's Apartment Building

Erik Bottcher tweeted that people calling themselves "gays against groomers" had earlier vandalized the walls in front of his office.

Gay NYC Council Member's Event Casts Light on Anti-LGBTQ+ Crimes

Erik Bottcher, who's up for reelection, is concerned with the recent spate of crimes against LGBTQ+ New Yorkers.

LGBTQ+ Julius' Bar Named a NYC Landmark
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22 Photos of LGBTQ Writers, Artists, & Activists of the '80s and '90s

This exhibition of photographs contained 53 vintage prints from Robert Giard's extensive series of over 600 prints created from 1985 to 2002.

Man Arrested for Brick Attacks on Hell’s Kitchen Gay Bar

Police say tips from the community help nab the suspect.

Gay Men Say They Feel Lucky To Be Alive After Being Drugged, Robbed

A gang preying on gay men is suspected of drugging and robbing over a dozen victims and killing two -- John Umberger and Julio Ramirez.

Video: NYC Gay Bar Vandalized Three Times in a Week

The bar's owner said police showed a shocking lack of interest in investigating the attacks, though.

Lizzo Surprises Out100 Honoree With Special Ball Gown

Because Aurielle Marie asked nicely, the music powerhouse sent them her 2019 American Music Awards performance dress. 

NYPD Investigates Spate of Killings & Thefts Involving LGBTQ+ People

A spokesperson for the NYPD says the agency is investigating these attacks as financially motivated crimes.

Is a Gang in New York Murdering Gay Men?

A mother of a victim has called out Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg for ignoring a group suspected of drugging, robbing, and killing gay men in Hell's Kitchen.

Judge Offers Possible Legal Recognition of Polyamory

Two men are claiming partnerships with a third who's now dead -- and the man whose claim is being questioned should have a chance to prove it, the New York City judge ruled.