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A mural on Leroy Street from the group Birthright Israel touts Israel's LGBT rights record.

Jackson Heights »

Members of Queens' LGBT community, including Councilman Daniel Dromm, thanked the president Thursday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Elected officials will discuss a range of issues LGBT couples still face in aftermath of the legalization of gay marriage in New York.

Manhattan »

New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms says it has filed a lawsuit against the governor, the State Senate and others, claiming the the historic Marriage Equality Act was passed illegally.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Mayor Michael Bloombrg capped off a day of celebration by officiating the wedding at Gracie Mansion.

Manhattan »

Hundreds of couples lined up in everything from wedding gowns to cargo pants to tie the knot during New York's first day of legal same-sex marriage.

Downtown »

Puppets from the musical comedy "Avenue Q" exchanged vows Sunday with Congregation Beit Simchat Torah.

Midtown & Theater District »

Diamond District jewelers are trying to attract a new wave of same-sex couples shopping for rings, but some Orthodox Jewish merchants in the area say they don't approve of the union.

Manhattan »

Every couple that registered in the city's lottery for the chance to get married Sunday, the first day gay marriage is legal in New York, will now be allowed to marry that day.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

On July 30, gay couples will be able to get married for free at two "pop-up chapels" at the Merchants' Gate entrance to Central Park.

Manhattan »

So far, about 750 couples have applied for their chance to wed on the first day gay marriage is legal in the state.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Some couples say the city's last-minute decision to limit the number of gay marriages on Sunday won't stop them from going ahead, while others are calling off the party.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Community Board 12 unanimously approved a resolution calling on Congress to approve same sex marriage.

Downtown »

Same-sex couples can apply online for marriage licenses from the city clerk's office starting Tuesday.

Manhattan »

A study released Tuesday shows age and religious differences among supporters and opponents of gay marriage.