News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | January 24Chris discussed his jury duty experience, Sen. John McCain's disapproval of President Trump withdrawing from TPP and Sean Spicer's first press briefing. Chris spoke with Rev. Herbert Lusk about bridging the gap between politics and race at 7:20. He also spoke with Ryan Manion and Amy Looney of the Travis Manion Foundation regarding their unfortunate experience at an inaugural ball in Washington, D.C. at 8:20.
'Sessions' Confirmation Would Be Dangerous': Advocates At LGBTQ Conference Voice Opposition To AG NominationAttendees at a LGBTQ conference in Philadelphia oppose the nomination of Jeff Sessions as U.S. Attorney General because of what they call his "record of hostility" toward them.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 18Chris discussed the media's coverage of Donald Trump's potential cabinet members, politics dividing families and the National Dog Show. He spoke with Chris Butler on Finance Friday regarding Donald Trump's tax plan at 7:00. Chris also spoke with CSN's Ray Didinger about the upcoming Eagles' games at 8:00. He also spoke with John Dickerson, the Moderator of Face the Nation, about Donald Trump's transition team at 8:20.
Some LGTB Couples Expediting Wedding Dates In Wake Of ElectionSome gay couples are now rushing to the alter, citing last week's Election results as the reason why.
Tinder Swipes 'Yes' To Transgender UsersTinder has been criticized for not accepting trans people on the dating app, but now it's making a big change.
Philadelphia Police Investigating Alleged Attack On Gay ManThe alleged attack took place at Broad and Oregon on Thursday.
New Commission Represents LGBT Community In PhiladelphiaLGBT Affairs director Nellie Fitzpatrick said the Commission will advise the administration on the communities needs and experiences.
LGBT Community Celebrates Pelosi, Rendell In PhillyThe Equality Forum presented them awards.
Equality Forum Kicks Off To Coincide With DNCThe nation's oldest LGBT civil rights summit begins a series of events Monday.
PA Senate Committee Advances LGBT Anti-Discrimination BillA bill that would provide protection to members of the LGBT community in housing and employment cleared a Senate committee.
Pa. Lt. Governor Turns Capitol Lights To Rainbow After Orlando ShootingIn the wake of the fatal mass shooting at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida over the weekend, Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack has ordered the lights on the state Capitol building to glow in rainbow colors.
Orlando Shooting: Gay Men Outraged Over Continued Ban On Blood DonationThe ban has caused outrage among some in the gay community.