Articles Tagged ‘David Kilmnick’

Long Island GLBT Community Center CEO David Kilmnick gives a tour to Nassau Distract Attorney Kathleen Rice during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the group's new location.

New GLBT Community Center Opens in Garden City

Eight years after the Long Island GLBT Community Center opened…



Reverend Dr. Beverly Boyarsky, David Klimnick of the GLBT Community Center in Bay Shore and Steve Carl, owner of Carlyle on the Green, during the wedding ceremony (Rashed Mian/Long Island Press)

Dozens of Gay Couples Wed at Bethpage’s Carlyle on the Green

Love. Romance. Forever. These words floated about Bethpage State Park’s…



Darren Major, left, and his husband Andrew Troup pose for a photograph Thursday June 30, 2011 in New York.  The couple, who live in New York, were legally wed in Canada in 2008.   As gay marriage becomes legal in New York, companies and individuals are wrestling with changes to their financial lives.   Gay couples who get married can file jointly on state returns but not federal. Big corporations that extend benefits to domestic partners must decide whether to continue in light of the new state law. That means some couples might have to head to the altar to maintain their benefits. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)

Gay Couples Hours Away from Marriage on Long Island

Same-sex couples taking advantage of both the Town of North Hempstead and Brookhaven’s one-day offer to open their clerk offices on Sunday are less than…



Does Long Island Approve of Same-Sex Marriage?

NYS Approves Same-Sex Marriage: But Does Long Island?

For Frank DeBiase and Tom McCoy of Farmingdale, the attraction…



New York gay marriage

Carlyle on the Green to Host Free Gay Marriage Weddings

Less than a week after New York State approved same-sex…



Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, R-Rockville Centre, speaks to reporters after meeting with Gov. Cuomo on gay marriage, Thursday, June 16, 2011 in Albany, N.Y.  Conflicting interests and political maneuvering threatened to stall a vote in New York on whether to legalize gay marriage, viewed by advocates and opponents alike as a pivotal moment in the years-long debate.(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

NY Gay Marriage: LI GOP Senators Unlikely To Approve

Don’t expect the one critical vote needed to make same-sex…