Hundreds of Brooklynites gathered in Herbert Von King Park for Bed-Stuy Pride.
The bar hosted parties on West 17th Street for 22 years.
Florent Morellet, owner of the celebrity hot spot Restaurant Florent, will be honored later this month.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the video of the alleged F train incident, police said.
The owner of the Henrietta Hudson bar said the Pride March never ceases to move her.
Community members held a peaceful rally in response to an alleged hate crime in Richmond Hill.
Supreme Court plaintiff Edie Windsor will lead the parade on Sunday as a grand marshal.
The decision will allow married same-sex couples access to hundreds of federal benefits.
The rally stopped at stores that allegedly discriminated against transgender residents.
All proceeds from the $5 "Shot of Love" will go toward the Anti-Violence Project.
Jeanne Manford, founder of the LGBT allies' group, held its first meeting on 13th Street 40 years ago.
Three men were walking past the 79th Precinct on June 2 when they were stopped by police.
Brendan Becker started Sunnyside Out, a group for the neighborhood's gay and gay-friendly residents.
A study, which does not include recent incidents, found gay hate crimes rose for a fourth-straight year.
Dark Guardian, Spyder and Spectre will walk Village streets in costume and host a self-defense workshop.
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