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Chelsea »

Longtime Gay Dance Club Splash to Close With 10 Days of Parties

The bar hosted parties on West 17th Street for 22 years.

Meatpacking District »

Sculpture of 'Queen of Meat Market' to Be Cast on High Line

Florent Morellet, owner of the celebrity hot spot Restaurant Florent, will be honored later this month.

Jackson Heights »

Police Investigating Video of Alleged Anti-Gay Slurs and Assault on F Train

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the video of the alleged F train incident, police said.

West Village »

Owner of Village Lesbian Bar Celebrates Her 28th Pride Week

The owner of the Henrietta Hudson bar said the Pride March never ceases to move her.

Richmond Hill »

Community Demands Peace After Alleged Hate Crime Against Gay Activist

Community members held a peaceful rally in response to an alleged hate crime in Richmond Hill.

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.

Civic Center »

Gay Couples Rush to City Hall to Get Married After DOMA Is Struck Down

The decision will allow married same-sex couples access to hundreds of federal benefits.

Jackson Heights »

Residents Rally Against Alleged Transgender Hiring Discrimination

The rally stopped at stores that allegedly discriminated against transgender residents.

Chelsea »

Chelsea Restaurant Sells Pink Whiskey to Fight Anti-Gay Violence

All proceeds from the $5 "Shot of Love" will go toward the Anti-Violence Project.

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.

Sunnyside »

Sunnyside Resident Starts LGBT Neighborhood Group

Brendan Becker started Sunnyside Out, a group for the neighborhood's gay and gay-friendly residents.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Anti-Gay Hate Crimes Rise in New York As Numbers Fall Nationally

A study, which does not include recent incidents, found gay hate crimes rose for a fourth-straight year.

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.

Chelsea »

AIDS Center's Patients Told Not to Use Building's Main Entrance

Instead, people seeking help at Gay Men's Health Crisis are directed to use a separate door.

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