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Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Gay Bar That Opened in 1962 Highlighted in Documentary

The Starlite Lounge closed in 2010 after its building's landlord sold the space.

Chelsea »

SAGE Centers Where LGBT Seniors Find Community Will Expand to 5 Boroughs

SAGE's centers offer social services, classes and meals for LGBT seniors.

Times Square & Theater District »

Lucky Cheng's Drag Club Closes After 21 Years

The drag restaurant shut down after its owner, Hayne Suthon, died.

Greenwich Village »

Pride on Display as Fifth Avenue Becomes Sea of Rainbow Flags

Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family marched in the NYC Pride Parade.

Lower East Side »

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.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Pride Festival Challenges 'Hate and Police Violence'

The fourth annual Bed-Stuy Pride festival celebrates LGBT culture in Bed-Stuy.

Chelsea »

GMHC Taps Civil Rights Lawyer Roberta Kaplan as Co-Chair of Board

Kaplan and former GMHC vice chairman Michael Harwood will take over as co-chairs of the group's board.

Midtown »

Reports of Anti-Gay Crimes Rose 26 Percent in 2013, Advocates Say

Reported attacks were up for the fourth consecutive year, according to the Anti-Violence Project. 

Chelsea »

AIDS Walk Raises $5.1M for GMHC

The event raised more cash than expected, but it was still the lowest total in more than a decade.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hell's Kitchen Gay Bar Raided for Fourth Time Since December, Sources Say

The Fairytail Lounge was most recently raided and closed by the NYPD on Friday, sources said.

Chelsea »

GMHC's New CEO Resigned From LGBT Club After Fraud Lawsuit

Kelsey Louie tried to rig a nonprofit election by registering fake voters, the suit says.

Jackson Heights »

Programs Displaced by Bruson Building Blaze Looking for New Home

The Queens Community House ran four popular programs at the building, used by 300 residents a day.

Chelsea »

GMHC Names Former Head of Harlem United as New CEO

Kelsey Louie, from Harlem United, will take over leadership of the embattled organization.

Chelsea »

Fetish Street Fair Moves One Block South in Chelsea

Outdoor leather fest Folsom Street East will move to 27th Street to escape construction in the area.

Greenwich Village »

'Orange Is the New Black' Star Among NYC Pride Parade Grand Marshals

This year's NYC Pride parade will be led by Laverne Cox, Jonathan Groff and Rea Carey.

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