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Caleb Landry Jones In Talks For Gay Rights Pic ‘Stonewall’

EXCLUSIVE: Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class, Antiviral) is in negotiations to join the cast of Roland Emmerich‘s Stonewall, about the 1969 Greenwich Village raid on the Stonewall Inn that became a flashpoint for the gay rights movement. Show More Summary

Photos: Washington Square Park's Phase III Finally Opens

  This week Washington Square Park finally unveiled a flashy new Park House (complete with Parks Department offices and yet-to-be soiled public restrooms!) and a grassy children's play area. The timeless Greenwich Village oasis of benches,...Show More Summary

When Downtown Was Cool

Greenwich Village holds a mythical place in the history of NYC. Three legends in their own right remember the neighborhood that helped shape them into the artists they have become.

Jeremy Irvine to Lead Gay Rights Drama 'Stonewall' for Director Roland Emmerich

The story is based on the 1969 raid of the Stonewall Inn, a gathering place for homosexuals and transgenders in Greenwich Village. [...]

Before & After: A Fresh, Flexible & Fun Family Apartment — Professional Project

Project by: Lisa Hershman Location: Greenwich Village, New York, New York Looking for some small space inspiration for small homes that also house young kids? You'll love the ideas in this New York City apartment — the clients wanted...Show More Summary

The Underground Gourmet: Former Shirtless Abercrombie & Fitch Greeter Brings Real Panini to Greenwich Village

Mario Pesce's panini shop is a family business. The Italians, as everyone knows, have proprietary feelings about their foodstuffs — especially the holy trinity of pizza, pasta, and panini. And so you might look at Greenwich Village's new La Panineria Italiana as part sandwich shop, part culinary lesson. Show More Summary

Chat & Chow: Porto Rico, a Venerable Old-Timer in Greenwich Village

Peter Longo shares a cup of espresso and the story of his family’s business, the century-old Porto Rico coffee company in Greenwich Village, which has catered to generations of New Yorkers.

Restaurant Review: All’onda in Greenwich Village

Italy flirts with the East on the menu of All’onda in Greenwich Village.

Purple People Eaters: NYU is one of the largest...

NYU is one of the largest landowners in NYC, and for years it has been expanding in?and, as a result, fighting with?Greenwich Village. The blocks surrounding Washington Square Park have become a de facto campus, but the neighborhood is again...

Charity to sell bldg. for $47.5M

Nonprofit New York Foundling has put its four-story stone and brick building in Greenwich Village up for sale with an asking price of $47 million. The large foster and child-care agency wants to take... To view the full story, click the title link.

Frank Lacy & The Smalls Legacy Band

last monthMusic / Blues : In a Blue Mood

Trombonist Frank Lacy has a weekly gig at Smalls, the Greenwich Village jazz club with his Legacy Band. Spike Wilmer got Frank Lacy & The Smalls Legacy Band a weekend to record them for the club’s SmallsLive label resulting in a new Live at Smalls recording. Show More Summary

This Week In Home Entertainment: Inside Llewyn Davis, The Book Thief And More

Inside Llewyn Davis Blu-ray The Coen Brothers picked an attractive setting for their latest theatrical endeavor. Greenwich Village in the sixties is a place bustling with life, art and plenty of movement--even during the cold, grey days of winter—making for a great place and time to introduce a character. Show More Summary

Il Cantinori in New York's Greenwich Village Still Blazing After All These Years

Il Cantinori is that rare thing in New York: it's going into its fourth decade, looks pretty much the same as it did in 1983, has a menu that does not stray far from its Tuscan roots, and has a fiercely faithful clientele that comesShow More Summary

Hugh Jackman Gives a Sweet Kiss to Wife Deborra-Lee Furness!

Hugh Jackman is all bundled up while stepping out of a gym on Friday (March 7) in New York City’s Greenwich Village. “Good on you @IMKristenBell and @daxshepard1 for your stance on protecting our children’s privacy. It is right, and admirable. Thank you!” the 45-year-old Aussie actor tweeted on the same day about the no [...]

Gay Man Beaten On Subway By Man Who ‘Hates Fggots’ As 50 People Do Nothing (Video)

(Credit: Andy Atzert) The episode, described by police as a bias attack, occurred just after midnight on Sunday as the couple awaited their ride on a Greenwich Village subway platform.

Hate Crimes: 50 People Witnessed Gay Man Beaten Senseless On Subway Platform As Attacker Ranted, “I Fing Hate Fots” [Video]

This is crazy. Dude literally had his face broken in. According to CBS Local reports: Officials and volunteers handed out fliers in Greenwich Village Friday showing a police sketch of a suspect wanted for the brutal attack of a

50 People Did Nothing as Gay Couple Were Attacked in NYC Subway: VIDEO

last monthLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

As Towleroad reported yesterday, J.P. Masterson and his partner Peter Moore had been celebrating their 10th anniversary when they were attacked by a man on the W. 4th Street subway station in Greenwich Village early Sunday morning. "I f--king hate...

Police Release Sketch of Man Suspected of Antigay Attack

The NYPD is searching for an assailant who attacked a gay man in Greenwich Village earlier this week. Featured Image: read more

Police Release Sketch of Man Wanted in Anti-Gay Attack in NYC Subway Station: VIDEO

last monthLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Police are looking for a man who approached a gay couple and attacked one of them on a Greenwich Village subway platform on March 2, ABC7 reports: Authorities say the suspect sucker-punched a man after asking if he was gay....

Photographs Of Greenwich Village From The 20s And 30s

last monthOdd : Neatorama

People are wary of cameras being pointed at them nowadays, and folks become extra paranoid when they’re up to no good and don’t want someone capturing photographic evidence of their misdeeds. But the 1920s and 1930s were a simpler time,...Show More Summary

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