Today, following the US Supreme Court decision overturning state bans on same-sex marriages, the sense of a watershed moment in US history was palpable.
The crosswalks represent the rainbow flag, which has become a symbol of the LGBT community.
The Philadelphia Streets Department will do the painting, and Philly Pride will be responsible for the upkeep.
The John C. Anderson Apartments, at 249 South 13th Street, “officially” opened on Monday, but LGBT seniors actually started living here in January.
It’s not the longest-running Pride Parade in the country, but Philadelphia’s Pride Parade has been promoting equality in the L-G-B-T community for 25 years.
With Philly Pride fast approaching, take a look at the history and happenings of the city’s Gayborhood.
Hadas Kuznits covers a new gastro pub in center city, a restaurant celebrating high-end Italian truffles, and a West Philly bar marking Black Friday with dark beers.
Ground has been broken in the heart of Philadelphia’s Gayborhood for a housing project that will serve the needs of the LGBT community.
Developers plan to break ground next month on a $20 million affordable housing project for elderly gays now that it has received the necessary state, federal and local approvals and funding has been secured, officials said Thursday.
These piano bars will give you a much more satisfying sing-a-long than crooning along to the radio in your car.
Developers plan to break ground on a new affordable housing project for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender senior citizens.