Opened as a dry goods store in , the building at West 10th Street was already serving as a saloon by the s. Jacob Ruppert Brewery beer barrels serve as tables and stools. Chandeliers dangling overhead are made from wagon wheels of horse-drawn carriages that once delivered ice. Either the mob ran the establishment or bar owners would pay for protection to avoid being raided. Wicker said The Mattachine Society wanted to challenge the liquor laws. Assuming they would be refused, the group planned to file a complaint with the New York City Commission on Human Rights.
The "Sip-In" at Julius' Bar in 1966
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Jared Polis D-Colo. On Friday, Polis and his partner, Marlon Reis, sent out an announcement about the arrival of their son, Caspian Julius, who is 8 pounds, 12 ounces. No gifts please, just nice thoughts for Caspian, humankind, the planet, and the universe! Polis and Reis have declined to comment on whether it was a surrogate pregnancy or an adoption.
The Gay 'Sip-In' that Drew from the Civil Rights Movement to Fight Discrimination
On an afternoon in the spring of , at the corner of 10th Street and Waverly Place in Greenwich Village, three men set out to disrupt the political and social climate of New York City. They approached the bartender, proclaimed they were homosexual and then requested a drink —and were promptly denied service. The men, who were part of the Mattachine Society — an early organization dedicated to fighting for gay rights — wanted to demonstrate that bars in the city discriminated against homosexuals. The practice of refusing service to homosexuals in bars was common at the time, although it was more veiled than discriminatory legislation like Jim Crow laws in the South that forced racial segregation. Bars that served homosexuals ran the risk of having their liquor license revoked.
Julius was a tall, middle-aged man with short messy blond hair and purple eyes. One of his notable features is a blue six-pointed star on the left side of his forehead; this symbol disappears when he dies. Julius's attire consists of a shirt and pants of similar color and designs. The white shirt has a high collar with black fur at the end, and intricate gold and purple-colored designs on its circumference. The shirt also has long sleeves with light purple cuffs, which have similar black fur and designs.