Topics :: New York City
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Mar 15, 2013
GLAAD announced on Wednesday that it would barr the New York Post from covering the GLAAD Media Awards because of the newspaper’s anti-transgender coverage.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Mar 14, 2013
A hunky New York City teacher was fired for sending out clad photos of himself in response to Craigslist ads via his work email, which he shared with a fellow teacher.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Mar 7, 2013
New York City health officials are encouraging gay and bisexual men in the city to get a meningitis vaccination after a recent outbreak of a deadly and potentially deadly strain of the virus.
By Tony Hobday | Thursday Feb 28, 2013
The Provincetown Business Guild has ramped up its coverage for the annual GLBT Expo, a huge source of revenue for P-town’s gay tourism and wedding industry.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Feb 27, 2013
A New York Democratic politician, who opposes marriage equality and is no stranger to making anti-gay comments, has apologized for wearing blackface for the Jewish holiday, Purim.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Feb 21, 2013
A New York man was attacked on a subway by a group of people who spewed anti-gay rhetoric. The passengers on the train, however, did not attempt to stop the fight.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
Leaders in New York City are urging the LGBT community to be careful meeting new people as three gay men have been strangled to death within the last few weeks.
By Steve Weinstein | Friday Feb 1, 2013
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch, who died Feb. 1, whose outsized personality fit his city but who never fully came out as gay, leaves at best a mixed legacy on gay rights, a negative one on AIDS.
By EDGE | Tuesday Jan 15, 2013
You might think that the modern coffee craze began in 1971 with the opening of the first Starbucks in Seattle, Wash. Scroll back the clock a bit further and you will discover the real forerunner of our caffeine-crazed coffee culture: Dallis Bros. Coffee.
By Matthew Wexler | Thursday Jan 10, 2013
While many tourists head to New York City with their eyes set on the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center, jump on the subway (approximately 15 minutes from Times Square depending on your final destination) and become "Queen" for a day.