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If the Greenwich Village Society of Historic Preservation gets its way, the Stonewall Inn and Julius’, two longstanding icons of gay culture in New York City, will become official NYC landmarks. As DNAinfo points out, it’s already unlikely that the buildings would ever be torn down, as they’re part of a historic district, but the group would like […]

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As the site of the Stonewall Riots of 1969, widely considered to be the symbolic beginning of the gay liberation movement in America, and as the center of NYC’s vibrant gay culture in the 1970s, Greenwich Village’s Christopher Street is an unassailable icon, both in New York and internationally. The street’s status as a landmark […]

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The premise is simple. Go to different areas of the city and ask people: What are you doing tonight? […]

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Responding to numerous complaints from residents and business owners about unruly crowds loitering on Christopher Street, the NYPD dispatched its Mounted Unit to the West Village to help keep order through intimidation and flashy leather jackets. […]

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