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Ice Palace, Cherry Grove Beach Hotel Property On Sale for $5.3M

Apr 4
A year after the sale of the majority of commercial property in Fire Island Pines turned 2015 into "The Summer of Drama," it looks as though a key piece of neighboring Cherry Grove's business district may be following suit and changing hands.

Beloved NYC Gay Bar Julius Named to List of Historic Places

Mar 24
Gay nightlife history received a long overdue shot in the arm Wednesday when New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Julius, the long-operating gay bar in Manhattan's West Village, gained official recognition as an historic site.

The Gangway: The Historic Bar's Not Gone Yet

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Feb 27
Don't say your goodbyes to The Gangway just yet. The historic gay dive in the Tenderloin may not be closing right away, as has been previously reported.

Historic Gangway Bar Being Sold

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jan 23
The historic Gangway bar in the Polk Gulch is being sold, leaving what used to the queer center of San Francisco with just a couple of gay or trans bars.

MAX Headlines Halloween Weekend at Club Cafe

Oct 27
Get out your best Kim Davis and head out to Club Cafe this weekend. For three nights Boston's leading LGBT club hosts parties with celebs, great music and the best Halloween costumes in town.

Havana Gold Rush: Nightlife's Next Big Boom

Oct 15
Ten months after the U.S. and Cuba declared the end of a half-century of official hostility, the mood in Havana has changed.

Santa Fe's Only Remaining Gay Bar Closes

Oct 11
The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the Blue Rooster, the city's last gay bar, shut its doors Friday.

Santa Fe's Only Remaining Gay Bar Closes

Oct 11
The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the Blue Rooster, the city's last gay bar, shut its doors Friday.

BARchive :: Sutter's Mill and Ginger's Trois - San Francisco's Historic Bars

By Michael Flanagan | Aug 30
From the mid-'60s through 2008 there was another type of downtown bar - the businessman's bar. The two downtown bars which lasted the longest and had the biggest impact were Sutter's Mill and the various incarnations of Ginger's.

McCarthyism: A New York Nightlife Legend Takes on a Fire Island Institution

By Bobby McGuire | Aug 14
In the face of declining attendance, the proliferation of bad dance floor manners, GHB and a boycott, dance club doyen Jason McCarthy has returned to Fire Island Pines this summer to reinvent the Pavilion nightclub.

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