Palm Springs Gets Rainbow Vision

Winchester, Ann
March 2006
Lesbian News;Mar2006, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p18
The article features gay and lesbian resort retirement community RainbowVision in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Founders of the community are Joy Silver, Ava Stern, Joyce Bogosian and Jay Geisinger. Palm Springs, California is the next site for the community. Its central philosophical tenet is a holistic perspective for the physical and spiritual well being of its gay and lesbian members.


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