Authorities in New York City say they are stepping up security following a string of anti-gay attacks as Gay Pride Month approaches.
Author: Charles Winters
New York City authorities pledge increased police patrols for Gay Pride Month following several anti-gay attacks
Candle light vigils continue to take place in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village after a homophobic mad man killed 32-year-old Marc Cohen.
Morales shot Cohen in the face after yelling anti-gay slurs at him and a friend as they walked through Greenwhich Village. Cops later apprehended Morales, who had previously served time for attempted murder, and charged him with killing Cohen.
Cops say a gay man who was shot and killed in New York City’s Greenwich Village early Saturday morning was the victim of a hate crime.
If you’re looking for a fun way to kick-off your summer early and help benefit the Fire Island Pines Performance Series, here’s your chance: The Fire Island Pines Performance Series 2013 Benefit Party. It takes place on Monday, May 20th from 6-10pm at the Elizabeth Street Garden in New York City.
Here’s all the information you need about the event: