Topics :: New York City

Kim Watson wins Christine Jorgensen Trailblazer Award

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 14, 2014
The Bronx LGBTQ Center has announced that they will present their Christine Jorgensen Trailblazer Award to transgender activist and mother Kim Watson.

From ’Vegas’ to New York: Scout Durwood Plays the Dixon HOT!

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Jul 9, 2014
Scout Durwood, the chanteuse behind the character Lady Scoutington, brings her cabaret-style Vegas revue "Woman of Whimsy: This Would Kill in Vegas" to the Dixon Place HOT Fest on July 10.

Madonna Shows Up For Jury Duty

By Bobby McGuire | Monday Jul 7, 2014
Monday morning at New York County Court in Manhattan, instead of the accused getting all of the attention, all eyes were on a prospective juror -- Madonna. And quicker than a ray of light, she was gone.

Reciprocity Foundation Promotes Holistic Youth Wellness

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Jul 2, 2014
Reciprocity Foundation has a mission: to help LGBT youth become successful adults. Since 2005, they’ve helped more than 1,000 with workshops, mentors and holistic healing.

Shia LaBeouf Led Out of ’Cabaret’ in Handcuffs: Calls Officer a ’Fag’

By Bobby McGuire | Friday Jun 27, 2014
The audience attending Thursday night’s performance of the Broadway revival of "Cabaret" at Studio 54 got a completely different show when actor Shia LaBeouf was lead out of the theater in handcuffs by police at intermission.

Boy Scouts to Lead NYC Pride March

By EDGE | Tuesday Jun 24, 2014
A group of local area Boy Scouts will be defying the BSA Scout Oath and Scout Law this Sunday when they wear their uniforms as part of the Color Guard at the 44th Annual Gay Pride March down Fifth Avenue in New York City.

Kaki King Plays River to River Festival with ETHEL

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jun 23, 2014
On Tuesday, June 24, guitar virtuoso Kaki King teams up with the acclaimed classic string quartet ETHEL for "...And Other Stories," a free show at the River to River Festival.

Tim Gunn Reveals Latest Anti-Gay Rant by Carriage Driver, Asks Mayor When Horses Will Be Retired

By EDGE | Monday Jun 23, 2014
As NYC Pride week starts, PETA releases new video showing more hate speech spewed by carriage drivers.

Startled Carriage Horse Goes on Central Park Run

Tuesday Jun 10, 2014
A startled carriage horse took a jaunt around Central Park without any passengers or its driver.

Report: NYC Anti-Gay Attacks Up 26% in 2013

By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jun 2, 2014
Anti-gay attacks in New York City rose a shocking 26 percent in 2013, according to a report by the Anti-Violence project.