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New Exhibit Offers Glimpse of Gay Life in 1950s New York

Photos of openly gay artist Paul Thek and friends are on display at the Leslie-Lohman Museum.

Greenwich Village »

NYC Pride Parade Marshals to Include Same-Sex Marriage Champion

New Yorker Edith Windsor, who will challenge the Defense of Marriage Act this week, will lead the parade.

Red Hook »

Carlos Menchaca Looks to Areas Forgotten by Government in City Council Race

Carlos Menchaca will run for City Council in Brooklyn's 38th District.

Midtown »

Police Identify Four Suspects in Assault on Transgender Woman in Midtown

The four men allegedly attacked the woman at gunpoint, police said.

Elmhurst »

Pol Urges LGBT Community to be on Alert After Deaths of Queens Gay Men

The choking deaths of David Rangel, 53, and Joseph Benzinger, 54, have caused concern for LGBT residents.

Greenwich Village »

Discovery of 'Gay Gene' Imagined in NYU Student Film

An NYU student has big plans for a short film he's making on the genetic source of homosexuality.

Red Hook »

Carlos Menchaca Files to Run for Council

Menchaca, a former organizer for Christine Quinn, has been heavily involved in Sandy relief work.

Chelsea »

New Venus Restaurant Shut Down For 'Significant Mouse Infestation'

The diner is popular in Chelsea as a post-bar grub spot.

Windsor Terrace »

Brooklyn Dad Starts Scouting Troop That Welcomes Girls, Gay Members

A Brooklyn dad started his own troop to avoid the Boy Scouts of America's anti-gay stance.

Greenwich Village »

Village Gay Bar Julius' Could Become National Landmark

The state historic preservation office recognized the bar for its role in the LGBT-rights movement.

Lower East Side »

Manhattan's Only LGBT Bookstore Fighting for Permanent LES Space

BGSQD is creating community through selling books with a gay connection. 

West Village »

Big Gay Ice Cream Shop Brings 'Golden Girls'-Themed Treats to West Village

The new Grove Street shop sells treats named after Bea Arthur and Rue McClanahan.

SoHo »

New SoHo Bistro The Dalloway a 'Mature, Sexy' Addition to NYC Lesbian Scene

Two reality TV stars opened the Virginia Woolf-themed restaurant on Broome Street.

Greenwich Village »

Proposed Anti-Bias Law Would Protect Transgender New Yorkers, Advocates Say

LGBT advocates say GENDA would give transgender New York City residents more legal rights.

Greenwich Village »

Transgender New Yorkers Face Scorn and Violence Using Public Restrooms

Using the bathroom without harassment is a daily struggle, many transgender people say.

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