A 36-year-old man was hit with a rock and called anti-gay slurs in the June 30 attack.
Local Project will offer up its space for a free wedding ceremony, complete with a DJ and photographer.
The Supreme Court ruled that states couldn't bar same-sex couples from getting married.
States can no longer ban same-sex couples from marrying each other, the Supreme Court said.
The protesters chanted, "Don't Cruz here!"
The owners of the Out Hotel sparked outrage when they met with Senator Ted Cruz.
More than a million attended the march in style, celebrating the days-old ruling on federal rights.
The decision will allow married same-sex couples access to hundreds of federal benefits.
Lawyer David Boies, who argued against Prop 8 at the Supreme Court, will deliver NYU's graduation speech.
The Chipped Cup in Hamilton Heights posted a gay-marriage equality symbol on its sandwich board.
Ruben Diaz Jr. now supports same-sex marriage, while his namesake father fiercely opposes it.
Sushi restaurant Amber Village allegedly cancelled a gay couple's wedding reservation.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will marry her long-time patner, Kim Catullo, Saturday evening.
The Highline Stages in Chelsea will serve as Christine Quinn and Kim Catullo's wedding venue.
A mural on Leroy Street from the group Birthright Israel touts Israel's LGBT rights record.
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