NYC Gay Bar Designated A Landmark + More News

Julius’ Bar in New York City (screen capture)

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Edge Media: The Landmarks Preservation Commission has designated the long-running gay bar in New York City, Julius’ Bar, as an individual landmark. In 1966, it was against the law to serve alcohol to gay people. Then activists decided to stage the infamous “sip-in” at Julius’ to make a point. Continue reading “NYC Gay Bar Designated A Landmark + More News”