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From social securities to social activities, older adults find home in Charlotte.
In our annual LGBTQ aging issue, we look at new programs and revitalization within the Charlotte LGBTQ Elders, plus what you need to know about changes to Social Security benefits. Our Legal Eagle this week is a primer on all the legal documents needed for the Stonewall Generation and L’Monique King talks with a new Charlotte resident who made his way from Boston to South Park.
About three years ago, a tall and handsome gentleman moved from Boston to a home in the South Park area of Charlotte. After a lifetime spent traveling the world and living in many places (from New York to Thailand), Dimitri Triantafillakis (Tree-on-da-fi-la-kis) has lived a full life with many rich experiences. He looks forward to […]
The late Dan Kirsch founded Charlotte’s LGBTQ Elders group in 2019 prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Regrettably, Kirsch passed away unexpectedly in early 2020, leaving the organization with an overwhelming sense of loss and a profound lack of direction. As the pandemic worsened and infection rates skyrocketed, continued growth and attendance for the group and […]
Aging is just one more thing in the intersectional lives of LGBTQ individuals that creates […]
As we age, our needs change. Whether social, mental, physical, financial—what we needed when we […]
Finding Solutions for Labor and Workplace Equality
This series explores the solutions that are addressing the challenges LGBTQ people face in the workplace. Innovative projects, grassroots programs, amazing individuals — we want to tell the untold stories of the LGBTQ workforce that are creating more diversity, inclusion and success.
How planning early supports better balance for caregivers
SPONSORED: CHARLOTTE PRIDE
by Clark Simon (he/him) Charlotte Pride President The days are counting down and the Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade is […]
Last week, Charlotte Pride announced Grammy Award-winning pop artist DAYA would headline this year’s event on August 20, with opening entertainment from Siena Liggins. Just week’s away, the Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade will take place August 20-21 in Uptown Charlotte.
310 N. Kings Dr.
August 20-21, 2022
Long a favorite in the LGBTQ community, Collins will also perform in Charleston and Durham
Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by infection with the monkeypox virus. As of August 3, there have been no […]
Technicians at two of the largest commercial labs in the U.S. have been refusing to draw blood from suspected monkeypox […]
Do you remember when Please Don’t Destroy creators Ben Marshall, John Higgins and Martin Herlihy were spotted filming in NoDa […]