By Karen Rempel I looked at dozens of apartments in the Village in 2017 when I was searching for my dream New York home. One of my favorite apartment viewing experiences was a co-op with loft bed that caught my eye on StreetEasy because it had a vintage chocolate poster on the living room wall.
By Darren Dryden Owning a bar in the age of Covid-19? Tricky. I wonder how many LGBTQi+ bars and small businesses will survive this awful pandemic. Every day I read about big corporations filing for bankruptcy, and then there are us little guys. As with most small business there isn’t a huge amount of savings
By Lisa Cannistraci Henrietta Hudson has been serving the West Village as a haven for the lesbian community in NYC for almost three decades. The history of the West Village exemplifies the struggle for LGBTQ rights, and Henrietta Hudson, a lesbian-centric queer human bar that is known world-wide, has been a beacon for that cause,
By Patrik Gallineaux When the seriousness of COVID-19 took effect and the country’s first stay-at-home orders were issued, I had just left Philadelphia for my home in San Francisco. I’d just completed only the second of 15 city events included in the 7th annual Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic, the brand’s annual LGBTQ+ nightlife celebration
By Sherry Vine Girl, as a live performing artist, how are you surviving Covid Quarantine? Well, I’ve always had a strong online connection since my early YouTube days. I put a “pause” on making videos about a year ago because I wanted to do different things, but since Covid I have been turning out at
By Alexey Kim Due to the coronavirus pandemic, one of the most-anticipated fashion events of the year, the Met Gala helmed by Anna Wintour, that usually takes place on the first Monday in May, has been officially cancelled. Leave it up to the NYC drag queens to take matters into their own hands and keep