Topics :: New York City

Bike Shares: Riding Through the World’s Greatest Cities

By Jill Gleeson | Monday Apr 14, 2014
Not only is bike sharing good for the environment, it’s a great way for visitors to take in city sights. EDGE offers picks for the brightest cities with the best bike share programs around the world.

Who’s in Hell Now? Restauranteur Ordered to Pay Lesbian Chef $1.6 Million

By EDGE | Tuesday Apr 1, 2014
The owner of a small chain of Mexican restaurants learned an expensive lesson in tolerance when he was ordered by a New York appeals court to pay a lesbian chef $1.6 million for repeatedly saying at staff meetings that gay people were going to hell.

Brooklyn Server Sues Houston Rockets for Using Anti-Gay Slurs

By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Apr 1, 2014
A food server from Brooklyn has filed a lawsuit against the National Basketball Association’s Houston Rockets, alleging some members from the team used anti-gay slurs towards him while he helped set up a buffet in the athletes’ locker room last year.

Choice Eats: Taking a Bite Out of the Big Apple

By Kelsy Chauvin | Monday Mar 31, 2014
The Village Voice’s seventh annual Choice Eats proved again that New York City is an eatin’ town. Check out EDGE’s top picks for where to get your grub in the Big Apple from these lesbian-owned and/or -operated establishments.

I’ll Take Manhattan: A Triumphant Return to NYC’s Most Iconic Neighborhoods

By Matthew Wexler | Thursday Mar 27, 2014
From Central Park to Tribeca Cinemas, New York City beckons visitors to explore its distinct neighborhoods. Triumph Hotels, a collection of unique boutique properties, offers visitors iconic experiences in each of their distinct locales.

The Black Party

By Vince Pellegrino | Monday Mar 24, 2014
It is amazing how one venue can hold so many hot men in one place dancing, playing, and having an all around great time. If we could harness all the heat and energy that is being expelled during the Black Party, you could easily power the city for a week!

Bartley Shares Bytes on ’Broadway Backwards’ Benefit

By Brian Scott Lipton | Friday Mar 21, 2014
Robert Bartley, creator and director of the popular annual "Broadway Backwards" benefit opens up about this year’s gender defying event set for this Monday at Broadway’s Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

Bill Cunningham: Facades

By Ula Ilnytzky | Thursday Mar 20, 2014
An astounding collection of Bill Cunningham’s photos are on display at the New York Historical Society, offering exquisite insight into his world of fashion, architecture and history.

Panti-Monium: Where Pride Meets St. Patrick’s Day

By Alice Farrell | Monday Mar 17, 2014
Drag performer Panti (aka Rory O’Neill) was the "Queen of Queens" marching with Mayor Bill deBlasio earlier this month at the "St. Patrick’s Parade for All" across the East River in Sunnyside, Queens.

Gay Pride Float Sneaks Into Boston’s St. Pat’s Parade

By Jason St. Amand | Monday Mar 17, 2014
It looks like LGBT people marched in Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade after all.