At the start of his career, Barry Manilow performed at New York City’s famed Continental Baths with Bette Midler.
Pace and Bomer, two of the most attractive actors in Hollywood, at one time shared a one-bedroom apartment in New York City.
Eddie Ashley has pleaded guilty to robbery, grand larceny, and identity theft in the plot that allegedly led to overdose deaths.
Ian Williams is accused of groping the 22-year-old victim and then beating her while yelling anti-gay slurs at her.
In a third season loaded with heavy-hitting guest stars, "Only Murders in the Building" still sings thanks to its lead trio.
Some activists participating in New York City's Drag March were filmed reciting a chant that plays into outdated stereotypes of LGBTQ people.
Mayor Eric Adams tells transgender community: “New York City has and will always be a welcoming home for you.”
A 30-year-old gay man says he was robbed of $5,000 in an incident that may be connected to a string of other drug-induced robberies.
A gay couple says they were bullied and attacked by a group of at least four men while walking through Times Square.
Police in New York are searching for seven suspects who punched and stabbed a man while yelling anti-gay slurs at him in Hell's Kitchen.
One of the men indicted in the drugging deaths of two gay bar patrons allegedly had video of one of the victims on his phone.
Former judge Gregory Locke took to social media to insist he broke no ethics rules, and did not perform any on-camera activities during work hours.
"I just think there's something really timeless about this story," says the film's writer/director and star.
A fired New York City administrative law judge was found to be creating content for porn sites OnlyFans and JustFor.Fans outside of work.
Ghostface has some fresh tricks up his sleeves in Scream VI, the grisly sequel that moves the franchise to the Big Apple.