15 min ago
The Daily Beast
2. Tragedy Nyc Gay Man's Death a Hate Crime City has seen spike in incidents in the past year.More
Hezbollah fighters joined with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces on Sunday to take back large swaths of Qusayr, a border city in Homs Province controlled by rebel fighters.
4 hrs ago
Vigil Held For Gay Man Shot And Killed In Greenwich Village
Late last night, hundreds attended a candlelight vigil in Greenwich Village to remember Mark Carson, who was shot and killed in a hate crime just 12 hours earlier.
10 hrs ago
Coens' folk revival 'Llewyn' serenades Cannes
The Coen brothers' resurrection of the pre-Dylan folk scene in Greenwich Village serenaded Cannes with its period music and melancholy tale of a self-destructive, feline-toting musician.
Sat May 18, 2013
West Village Gunman Allegedly Used Anti-Gay Slurs Before Killing Victim
A man was fatally shot in the West Village around midnight Friday and police were investigating the incident as a hate crime because the alleged gunman, who is in police custody, is said to have made anti-gay remarks right before firing his revolver.
Gay Man Shot and Killed in Latest Attack on Nyc LGBT Community
A 32 year old gay man was shot and killed in Greenwich Village early this morning, Saturday, adding to the recent rash of anti-gay hate crimes that have been plaguing New York City this month.
Greenwich Village shooting and death being described as a possible hate crime
Gun shots echoed into the night in Greenwich Village resulting in the fatal shooting of a 32-year old man.
NBC New York
Fatal Village Shooting Being Probed as Hate Crime: Official
The fatal overnight shooting of a 32-year-old man in Greenwich Village is being investigated as a possible hate crime, and a suspect is in custody in connection with the attack, law enforcement sources tell NBC 4 New York.
Fri May 17, 2013
Bob Dylan Fast Facts
Here's an in-depth look at the life of influential singer-songwriter and 10-time Grammy Award winner Bob Dylan .
Wed May 15, 2013
Jeff Blumenkrantz, Caroline Bowman and More Set for Songs in the Key of Equality, 5/20
On May 20 some of the brightest stars on the musical theater and cabaret scene will converge at Greenwich Village nightclub Le Poisson Rouge to benefit Swish, an organization of straight allies for the LGBT movement.
Prince Harry nears end of his U.S. tour on a polo pony
A polo match was held to raise funds for Sentebale, the prince's charity that aims to help children in Lesotho.
Trustus Theatre Brings Collected Stories to Columbia Museum of Art, Now thru 5/19
Trustus Theatre concludes its 2013 Off-Off-Lady series next month when it presents Collected Stories, directed by Milena Herring, at the Columbia Museum of Art.
Tue May 14, 2013
Mon May 13, 2013
Obama: Washington's partisan fever hasn't broken
President Obama offered a glimpse at the legacy he hopes to have, telling the crowd at a Monday fundraiser in New York that he hopes to "institutionalize" the sense of cooperation seen after recent tragedies.
Sun May 12, 2013
Ribalta Introduces a New Neapolitan-Pizza Tradition
When you think of true Neapolitan pizza, or "la vera pizza Napoletana," as the orthodoxy refers to the stuff, it's unlikely you think of a pizza topped with hot dogs, French fries, and mozzarella.
Heffel spring sale has Riopelle works he gave to mistress in the a 50s
New York forensic accountant Joan Lipton always thought of her father's cousin, Belle Burke, as her "exotic, bohemian" relative.
Porn Star Edin Sol in Violent Gay Bashing, NYC's 3rd in One Week
New York saw its third homophobic attack in one week as two men were savagely beaten Friday night by a group of men near Port Authority.
Holbrook returns for 'Mark Twain Tonight!'
What: 'Mark Twain Tonight!' When: 8 p.m. May 17 Where: Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut St., Downtown Tickets: $30-$65. 513-621-2787, www.CincinnatiArts.org and the Aronoff Center box office.
Thu May 09, 2013
Willie Nile: the Bard on Bleecker
"You see that empty space?" says Willie Nile , motioning toward a lot between buildings on Bleecker Street, an impish Irish grin flickering across his face.
Wed May 08, 2013
Red Band Trailer and Cannes Poster for Inside Llewyn Davis
CBS Films has released a Red Band teaser trailer and the Cannes teaser poster for Inside Llewyn Davis , directed by the Coen Brothers.
Duly Noted: Daily News layoffs, Tesla museum, NYU expansion
The New York Daily News has laid off about 15 staffers. Among those losing their jobs were columnists Joanna Molloy and Albor Ruiz , though it appears Ruiz will still have a byline at the paper as a freelancer.