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Six Crowd-Free Ways to Celebrate Gay Pride This Week

DNAinfo has assembled a list of Pride Week celebrations for those seeking to steer clear of the crowds.

Greenwich Village »

Famed NYC Gay Bar Dumping Guinness in Protest of St. Pat's Parade Policy

The Stonewall Inn will dump the beer to protest the anti-LGBT stance upheld by parade organizers.

West Village »

Pal Who Found Philip Seymour Hoffman Dead Sues National Enquirer for $50M

David Bar Katz is suing for defamation over a tabloid story that claimed he and Hoffman were lovers.

Midtown »

Man Suspected of Beating Journalist Arrested, NYPD Says

Leighton Jennings was arrested for the beating of Randy Gener in Midtown, police said.

Williamsburg »

Police Investigating Possible Hate Crime Attack in South Williamsburg

A 22-year-old man was attacked on Flushing Avenue, NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly said.

Bushwick »

Russian Expat's Concert Company Fundraises for Russian LGBTQ Community

The concert booking agency Bandshell has started frequent fundraisers for Russian LGBTQ support.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Grad Chronicles His Coming-Out Process in Documentary

Alden Peters, 23, is making a movie about how he told his family and friends that he's gay.

West Village »

New Yorkers Rev Up for NYC Pride on Heels of DOMA Decision

Supreme Court plaintiff Edie Windsor will lead the parade on Sunday as a grand marshal.

West Village »

New Yorkers Rejoice as Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA

The 5-4 ruling allows same-sex married couples to receive the same benefits as heterosexual couples.

Greenpoint »

Woman Allegedly Raped Because She Was 'Gay' in Greenpoint

A woman was reportedly raped at knifepoint on the sidewalk this weekend.

Greenwich Village »

Plaque Honoring PFLAG Founder to Be Installed at Village Church

Jeanne Manford, founder of the LGBT allies' group, held its first meeting on 13th Street 40 years ago.

Bed-Stuy »

Police Investigating Alleged Anti-Gay Assault by Cops, Kelly Says

Three men were walking past the 79th Precinct on June 2 when they were stopped by police.

Greenwich Village »

Real-Life Superheroes Patrol New York to Fight Anti-Gay Crime

Dark Guardian, Spyder and Spectre will walk Village streets in costume and host a self-defense workshop.

Greenwich Village »

Kelly Says More Cops to Patrol Village After Anti-Gay Killing

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly called the shooting of Mark Carson an "assassination."

East Village »

Attacker in Gay Bashing of Pal in East Village Turns Himself In, Cops Say

Gornell Roman, who pummeled his gay friend, was arrested after turning himself in.

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