2:59 Philadelphia will host the 2016 Democratic National Convention. 3:25 On Philly.com, Mark Segal says some of Hillary Clinton’s opponents are guilty of ageism. 3:31 Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker refused to answer a question about […]
Residents are expected to begin moving into the $19-million John C. Anderson Apartments, at 13th and Spruce Streets, in just a couple of weeks.
What could Wednesday’s rulings mean for same-sex couples in our area?
“I know too many LGBT pioneers who don’t have the money and who are almost homeless,” Mark Segal says. “This is place for them to love with dignity in their own 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.
City Council has given a thumbs-up to plans for a new senior living facility in Center City that would be focused on members of the LGBT community.
Developers plan to break ground on a new affordable housing project for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender senior citizens.
This month is a month celebrating the history and the fight for freedoms for gays and lesbians across the country.
Mark Segal, publisher of the Philadelphia Gay News, has been fighting “don’t ask, don’t tell” for years, and now that it’s on its way out, he’s more than pleased.