Almost no one wanted to march in this year's New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade. Not Mayor Bill de Blasio. Not City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-V...
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Much of the Tri-State region might be preparing for another blast of arctic January temperatures, but that hasn't stopped officials from looking ahead...
From Washington D.C., to California and now New York, this week has been full of exciting and long-awaited news for the LGBT community. It only felt right to have a celebration -- and that's what happened on Sunday, June 30.
The Pride Parade has always served the same purpose as the West Indian or the Puerto Rican parades: to bring the city together to celebrate one of its many, many walks of life.
A sea change in New York. Although I have attended the NYC Pride Parade since 1983 -- many as a marshal -- this one was different.
The New York state senators from Long Island have the power to make marriage equality a reality, but instead they're stalling. Why are state senators from Nassau and Suffolk so important to this vote?
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