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Comptroller Recognizes “Queer Eye,” GMHC, Macy’s, Adelaide Connaughton

Comptroller Recognizes “Queer Eye,” GMHC, Macy’s, Adelaide Connaughton

PHOTO ESSAY BY DONNA ACETO | At a June 19 Pride celebration at Macy’s in Herald Square, City Comptroller Scott Stringer honored the cast of “Queer Eye,” Gay Men’s Health Crisis, William Hawthorne, the vice president of diversity and legal affairs at Macy’s, and the late Adelaide Connaughton, a former Fire Department EMS veteran who had […]

A Seismic Shift on Legal Pot

A Seismic Shift on Legal Pot

BY NATHAN RILEY | Call it shop for pot, adult use, or tax and regulate, legalization makes a boast that Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio would never utter — use by youth 12 to 17 years will decli Reluctantly, the governor and the mayor are shifting their postures from anti to pro as the examples […]

Bella Abzug Remembered on Bank Street

Bella Abzug Remembered on Bank Street

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | Bella Savitzky Abzug, who with her election to the US House of Representatives in 1970 from a West Side district became the embodiment of the rising political voice of America’s women, was honored in March, the 20th anniversary of her 1998 death, with a street naming at the corner of Bank Street […]

Cynthia Nixon’s Impressive Launch

BY NATHAN RILEY | Cynthia Nixon successfully opened her campaign denouncing Governor Andrew Cuomo as a man who cares more “about headlines and power” than about people. “New York is my home. I have never lived anywhere else,” she says in her first ad. While identifying healthcare, mass incarceration, and the subways as key issues, she […]

Sunnyside Leads St. Pat’s Season with Inclusion

Sunnyside Leads St. Pat’s Season with Inclusion

BY KATHLEEN WARNOCK | In its 19th year, St. Pat’s for All continued to roll along, surrounded by a city, state, and nation that have seen many changes since it began — some of them hastened by the event itself. Leading off New York City’s St. Patrick’s parade season, St. Pat’s for All is one of […]

Corey Johnson Makes It Official

Corey Johnson Makes It Official

BY EILEEN STUKANE | Every seat in the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Morris W. and Fannie B. Haft Theater, capacity 700, was filled by the time City Council Speaker Corey Johnson’s formal inauguration opened on January 28. Musical performances by students from PS 111 and PS 51 created a hopeful mood with “This Land Is Your […]

LGBTQ Senior Advocates Join Elizabeth Street Debate

LGBTQ Senior Advocates Join Elizabeth Street Debate

BY SARAH FERGUSON | A new constituency has joined a long-running battle over the future of the Elizabeth Street Garden in Little Italy: gay seniors. The city targeted the garden for affordable housing five years ago, setting off a battle over a Lower Manhattan statuary that pits the needs of low-income seniors against the demand for green […]

Citywide GOP Candidates Now Softer on Gays

Citywide GOP Candidates Now Softer on Gays

BY DUNCAN OSBORNE | At the end of a brief video posted on Michel Faulkner’s campaign website, the candidate for New York City comptroller says that he is the one who will unite the city. “New York City can and must get back on track, but to do that we have to have principled leadership,” the […]

At Macy’s, Comptroller Honors Pride

PHOTO ESSAY BY DONNA ACETO | In a June 20 bash at Macy’s in Herald Square, City Comptroller marked LGBTQ Pride Month by honoring Sue Wicks, a former New York Liberty player who was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2013; the Hetrick-Martin Institute (see related story on HMI); Luis Mancheno, a […]

LGBTQ Job, Housing, Safety Disparities in Stringer Survey

LGBTQ Job, Housing, Safety Disparities in Stringer Survey

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | A survey of LGBTQ residents of New York recently completed by City Comptroller Scott Stringer points to clear disparities in employment and housing opportunities, food security, and public safety that respondents experience due to their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. And despite one score in which the LGBTQ community […]

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