NYC's Oldest Gay Bar May Soon Get Landmark Status
Julius’ has been a bar since 1864. It was thrust into the forefront of the gay rights movement in 1966 — three years before the Stonewall riots — when activists staged a peaceful “sip in,” announcing they are homosexuals and asking to be served.
Pride Kicks Off in NYC with Ceremony at Stonewall National Monument
Pride Month kicks off in New York City as the Pride flag was raised over the historic Stonewall National Monument.