Map from LGBT Historic Sites Project Despite the arrival of spring, for the time being we can’t delight much in
To wrap up Pride Week, the design of a Hudson River Park-based monument in honor of the LGBTQ community and the victims of the Orlando shooting was unveiled.
From the figures of the Stonewall Riots to the creator of the Pride Flag, read about 10 influential figures from NYC's vibrant LQBTQ Right Movement history.
Signs and stickers honoring Gay Pride Month have appeared in subway stations across New York City, spreading messages of love and light to everyday commuters.
The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Projects comes together to archive, identify, document, and evaluate LGBT historic and cultural sites in the five boroughs of NYC.
June marks one year since the Stonewall Inn was designated an individual NYC landmark. In honor of Pride Month, here are 10 other notable LGBT landmarks.
Since 1887, Webster Hall has one of NYC's oldest performance venues. Take a look at these top 10 secrets for some insight into its wonderfully colorful history.
Harmen van den Bogaert was the first death due to sexual preference in Dutch New Amsterdam and his harrowing escape and capture was recorded in a journal.
Former police precinct and LGBT group home in Gramercy is taken over by almost 70 graffiti and street artists who paint every room and staircase of the building
We got a behind-the-scenes look at the progress of the LGBT Center's $9 million renovation, just in time for the 45th anniversary of Stonewall.