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Bed-Stuy »

Man Yelling Derogatory Comments Attacks 2 Women Outside Gay Bar, Police Say

The women were hospitalized following an assault in front of One Last Shag, in Bed-Stuy.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Man Hit With Attempted Murder Charge for Anti-Gay Shooting: DA

At least four anti-gay incidents have happened in Brooklyn over the last month, the Brooklyn DA said. 

Washington Heights »

Uptown Bar Known for Arts and LGBT Events Shutters

The Red Room Lounge closed this week due to financial troubles, the owner said.

Midtown »

Christine Quinn to Help Honor Openly Gay Athletes at Awards Dinner

Athlete Ally, where Quinn is a board member, will honor Jason Collins and Martina Navratilova.

Midtown »

St. Patrick's Day Parade to Allow LGBT Group to March for First Time

The parade had previously barred openly gay groups from participating, saying it politicized the march.

Midtown »

Boxers' Latest Location in Midtown Offers Private 'Man Cave'

The gay bar chain will launch a more upscale Boxers designed to appeal to a broader clientele.

Inwood »

'Drag Bingo' to Bring Dose of Glam to Inwood Cafe

Indian Road Cafe will host the first of its new monthly series Thursday night.

Chelsea »

GMHC's Chief Operating Officer Stepping Down

Janet Weinberg is one of many top leaders to leave the organization over the past year. 

Crown Heights »

Hair Stylist Looks to Open LGBT-Friendly Barbershop in Crown Heights

Khane Kutzwell wants to create a space that will welcome the LGBT community.

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.

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