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Bed-Stuy »

Anti-LGBT Fliers at Restoration Plaza Highlight 'Collision of Cultures'

The fliers popped up during a current exhibition at the Skylight Gallery.

Chelsea »

GMHC CEO Search Committee Lacks Racial Diversity, Critics Say

Most of the AIDS nonprofit's clients are black and Latino, but no one on the committee is.

Midtown »

Prosecutors Won't Charge Anyone Else in Anti-Gay Attack at MSG, Victim Says

Just one person has been arrested in the group attack on a gay couple nearly a year ago.

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.

Greenwich Village »

Man Punches Straphanger After Asking if He Is Gay, NYPD Says

Police released a sketch showing a man wanted for an assault in the West 4th Street subway station.

Chelsea »

Folsom East Fetish Fest to Return to Chelsea

The festival was canceled in 2013 because of construction on West 28th Street, organizers said.

Sunnyside »

Mayor de Blasio Marches in LGBT-Friendly St. Pat's for All Parade

The mayor marched in the Sunnyside event, but plans to skip the Manhattan parade later this month.

Greenwich Village »

Protect Historic LGBT Sites in Greenwich Village, Preservationists Say

The Stonewall Inn and Julius' should be recognized for their role in the LGBT movement, GVSHP said.

Gramercy »

Man Beaten in Possible Anti-Gay Attack in Gramercy, Police Say

Three men hurled anti-gay insults at a man they attacked in Gramercy Wednesday, police said.

Midtown »

Man Suspected of Beating Journalist Arrested, NYPD Says

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

Upper West Side »

Documentary on Homeless Transgender Teens Aims to Change 'Hearts and Minds'

"Becoming Visible" is about youth struggling in New York City.

Midtown »

Police Seeking Suspect in Possible Hate Attack on Gay Journalist, NYPD Says

Police released a sketch of the suspect in Friday's attack on journalist Randy Gener in Midtown. 

Chelsea »

State Endorses HIV-Prevention Drugs for People Who Aren't Infected

Non-infected people at risk of HIV infection are being encouraged by the state to take daily medication.

Chelsea »

Chelsea's Rainbows and Triangles Gay Gift Shop to Close

The gay gift store on Eighth Avenue will hold a massive sale before closing within the next month. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Fairytail Lounge Gets Liquor License Renewed After NYPD Raid

The State Liquor Authority renewed the controversial Hell's Kitchen bar's license on Dec. 23. 

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