Any new Coen brothers movie is a reason for celebration, whether they are turning back the clock to 1960s Greenwich Village, or lending Steven Spielberg a hand with cold war-era spy shenanigans. Their latest film is Hail, Caesar!, a romp through the depraved and colorful world of Hollywood in the 1950s. Show More Summary
Last night, a historical plaque marking James Baldwin’s one-time home at 81 Horatio St. was unveiled, courtesy of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and storied downtown pizzeria Two Boots. RELATED | Gay History: James...Show More Summary
Anderson Cooper has kept the interiors of his charming Greenwich Village firehouse-turned-private residence under lock and key?literally?but the CNN anchor has finally swung open his big black door. By way of a cheeky H&M advertising campaign starring David Beckham...
Fair Folks & a Goat is a membership-based coffee shop in Greenwich Village that also sells art, clothing, home design pieces and beer and wine.
Born in 1942, James Marshall Hendrix grew up in Seattle and honed his craft as a guitar slinger in the South and New York City, but he became star in London. In 1966 Hendrix was playing in Greenwich Village and struggling to find an audience with his group Jimmy James and the Blue Flames when ex-Animals bassist Chas Chandler saw him perform. Show More Summary
Imagine you’re sitting in an intimate, dimly lit club in New York’s Greenwich Village. While this might sound like a scene cut from Back to the Future, it’s actually happening: A legendary New York jazz club — Blue Note — is pioneering...Show More Summary
Tiberio Lobo-Navia, a bartender from Miami, was restless until he found a home at Bar Sardine in Greenwich Village.
Following the Landmark Preservation Committee's unanimous June vote designating landmark status, it's now, thanks to the City Council, official: The Stonewall Inn, the Greenwich Village bar "Where Pride Began" is a designated landmark, the first and only landmark to honor the gay-rights' movement in the city. The designation prevents it from... More »
Pin it The October issue of Architectural Digest features the recently re-designed home of interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent and their young daughter, Poppy. The images of the Greenwich Village apartment are beautiful,...Show More Summary
Roland Emmerich’s new film has rightly been criticized for revising and whitewashing the history of the Christopher Street riots. What many of us fail to realize is that the Greenwich Village uprising was not the first chapter in the story of LGBT rights: Courageous rebels of color were fighting for their liberation long before June 28, 1969.
A pizza chef in Greenwich Village made a special Pope Francis-themed pizza to celebrate the pontiff's visit to NYC.
The actress is renting out her place in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.
Alec Baldwin recently sold his one bedroom Greenwich Village condo. While the apartment might be on the smaller side, it's full of luxury.
Pin it Name: Shell Azar Location: Greenwich Village, NYC Size: Started with 420 square feet; increased to 520 square feet (not including outdoor terrace) Years lived in: 6 Shell lives and works in this gorgeous studio space, which she recently transformed, with the help of architect James Vira, into an open and inviting place to call home. Show More Summary
Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) will be among dignitaries on hand at a 2 pm rally outside the Stonewall Inn in NYC’s Greenwich Village that will call for the historic bar, seen as the birthplace of the modern LGBT rights mov… The post Lawmakers to Call for Designation of Stonewall Inn as National Park Site appeared first on Towleroad.
Aw! Amy’s Bread — the 23-year-old bakery with shops in Hell’s Kitchen, Chelsea Market, and Greenwich Village — is expanding by opening cafés at two locations of the New York Public Library: the landmark Stephen A. Schwarzman Building...Show More Summary
Pin it This is Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's shower. While the rest of their Greenwich Village home in this month's Architectural Digest is incredibly lovely and somewhere I would just about die to even visit (let alone live there), I had to take pause at the photo above. Mainly because it gave me vertigo and I needed to find a place to sit down. READ MORE »
I first met Vivian O’Shaughnessy in the basement of Cornelia Street Café, a restaurant and performance space in Greenwich Village for musicians, poets, writers and other creative types. I waitress there on Sunday evenings and when Vivian walked in, I couldn’t help but take notice. Vivian is an artist and a poet. Show More Summary
Firemen gather together in Greenwich Village, in lower New York, to pay tribute to the fallen. A somber ceremony takes place further downtown at the September 11 Memorial and Museum. One World Trade Center, the striking skyscraper erected...Show More Summary
Because even haters and losers deserve recognition, check out today's mid-day links: Susan Sarandon at Burning Man, in defense of Millennial narcissism, Greenwich Village dreadlock, height discrepancy sex, and a jealous husky. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook. [ more › ]