Video Of The Day: New York’s Gay Pride Parade In Under 2 Minutes


After last week’s historic U.S. Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage, major U.S. cities, including New York and San Francisco, celebrated their annual Gay Pride parades on Sunday with even more exuberance than usual. In New York, marchers walked danced through the muggy streets from 36th Street and Fifth Avenue down to Christopher and Greenwich Streets in the West Village, while mobs of onlookers cheered, waved flags and wore amazing outfits. The actual parade lasted for hours, but for those of you with short attention spans, this time-lapse video chronicles the route in under two minutes. New York also launched a new LGBT tourism website this weekend.

These Are A Few Of Canada’s Favorite Things

In honor (or should we say ‘honour’) of Canada Day today, we’re taking a look at the top 10 things that make Canada Canada. Hint: it’s not just hockey and maple syrup – though those are on the list. Watch this video roundup of the country’s most iconic symbols and raise a Molson to the Great White North, eh?

Sydney Monorail Closes, Will Either Be Sorely Missed Or Soon Forgotten

Sydney’s monorail shut down on Sunday after 25 years of operation. The largely overlooked transit system ran between Darling Harbour and the Central Business District and drew some of its largest crowds on its last day.

Sydneysiders’ love-hate relationship with the retro monorail was evident on Twitter as the system shut down, with advocates mourning the loss of the landmark and opponents saying good riddance to the outdated train. The slideshow below highlights some of the best, the worst and the most absurd things people are saying about the monorail.

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