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.
Amidst the over 1600 landmarks in NYC are a fair share of quirky ones, including trees, amusement rides, a ruin, a fence, historic clocks, and more.
Hundreds gather to the newly landmarked Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village to celebrate the federal legalization of same-sex marriage in the United States
In preparation for Pride Week, take look at our picks of the ten most important LGBT landmarks around Greenwich Village and NYC beyond the famous Stonewall Inn.
In a new book, Safe Space, Christina Hanhard asserts that the '02 Greenwich Village rally, "Take Back Our Streets" was not antigay but racial and classist.
A very particular combination of zoning and economic malaise in the 1970s laid the ground for NYC's first gay neighborhood, the West Village.