The cast will come together for the coronation of this year's top drag star.
The city predicts businesses will lose out on $20 million in revenue because Fleet Week was canceled.
Contestants from this season's "all-star" version of the series performed at XL in Hell's Kitchen.
For the first time in Fleet Week history, LGBT servicemembers can openly participate in gay events.
The Sunnyside drag queen, whose real name is Paulo Arabejo, is a star of "RuPaul's Drag Race."
The Out NYC will offer shared rooms for the more adventurous gay traveler.
The Out NYC, the city's first "gay urban resort," will open in the first quarter of 2012.
Several restaurants, along with an green furniture store, have opened in Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen.
XL Nightclub, a gay nightclub that will open seven nights a week, plans to bring partying to its Hell's Kitchen location seven nights a week.
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