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Pride Week

This June and July, celebrate NYC's thriving LGBT community with parades, festivals, parties and more. 
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NYC Marriage FAQ

by staff

Here's what you need to know about getting married in NYC after the passage of the Marriage Equality Act.


gay nyc

by David Sokol

 The West Village, Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen form a chain of predominantly gay neighborhoods. The superlative restaurants, shops and cultural sites in this western swath of Manhattan attract all travelers and particularly appeal to LGBT visitors.


nyc gay history

by David Sokol

The entire sweep of LGBT history is contained in the buildings, parks and cultural venues of New York City. During this 40th-anniversary year of the Stonewall Riots, explore these destinations and connect with this proud lineage.


checkpoints: must-see gay landmarks

by David Sokol

From well-known Christopher Street landmarks to lesser-known gems such as Brooklyn's Lesbian Herstory Archives, the City boasts a wealth of historical—and herstorical—treasures significant to the LGBT movement.


must-see west village

by David Sokol

A full spectrum of cultural and gastronomic offerings awaits in the West Village.


must-see hell's kitchen

by David Sokol

Hell’s Kitchen is a haven for arts of all stripes, from theatrical to culinary, with plenty of nightlife and culture as well.

must-see park slope

This cherished Brooklyn 'hood is home to quirky shops, high-quality brews, literary stomping grounds and more.


just for men: nyc's sartorial revolution

by Michael Slenske

Whether they're offering upscale threads or casual duds, a host of new designers call New York home. Their mission? To help the City's men dress better. (It's working.)


nyc theater 101

by Erich Strom

All the essential info you'll need to be sitting pretty on Broadway, Off-Broadway and beyond.

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