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A gay group will march under its own banner for the first time in the world's largest St. Patrick's Day Parade, organizers said Wednesday.
Three years after his midtown Manhattan employer abruptly fired him, a jury awarded Antonio Muñoz more than $500,000 for being discriminated against due to his HIV status.
After inciting rage and boycotts across the globe for last fall’s anti-gay comments, Barilla, the world’s largest pasta producer, has now opened the doors to an Italian restaurant in mega-gay midtown Manhattan.
At roughly 2PM today, a collective gasp was heard around Manhattan as news broke that after a 22 year run, Splash, the mega bar and nightclub, long seen as the anchor of gay nightlife in Chelsea, would be closing its doors on August 10th.
In the middle of the night, as most of New York slept, something big and bright lit up the Manhattan skyline for just seconds - a tightly kept secret to all but a handful of people.
It was a time of liberation, decadence and just plain revelry. Jazz dancing, fast cars, and heated conversation about Freud and sex, all meshed together and fueled with gin. At the heart of the Roaring 20s was the fashion.
For a brief moment in Barneys New York’s upcoming holiday window display, Minnie becomes a long, lean high-fashion model - and the skinny Minnie is drawing some criticism.
Men’s vintage clothing is a market that is often over-looked because of its hard-to-find nature. Not any more. Come November 9th & 10th, those in New York can shop from the collections of some of our country’s top men’s vintage fashion dealers.
Brothers Jensen and Jordan Adoni launched Modern Vice this season with a collection of luxurious, premium quality shoes and sneakers targeted to men’s and women’s footwear and fashion enthusiasts.
New York City is eternally in the throes of reinventing itself. While some things remain steadfast, the city thrives on surprising longtime residents and visitors alike with unexpected discoveries.
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