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Windy City Times 2012-03-13

Occupy Festival to be held May 12-13 In Chicago's Union Park

LGBT South Asian authors in Chicago

Tippi Hedren in Chicago for The Birds March 27

Owning a house together and living happily ever after

Boxer Madeline Guzman: Taking challenges in ring and out

CIVIL UNION: Stephen Farrell/Joe Canup

Riva Crab House

SAVOR Fulton's on the River

Touring Toronto

Out gay singer leads The Magnetic Fields

Queer occult films April 6-8

'Show Biz Kids' cabaret March 19

Transgender advocate Laverne Cox in groundbreaking film

Entertainment: Women's History; 'Second Class'; Lakeside Pride

Dan and Bill Savage hold forum at Steppenwolf

Theater news: Lookingglass; Neo-Futurarium; Red Tape; Tempo

Woman Made Gallery marking 20 years

Congressmembers, celebrities support push for "PG13" for "Bully"


Bring It On: The Musical; Dreamgirls

SPLC adds 11 anti-gay hate groups

UN Human Rights Council: Landmark work on sexuality, identity

Concert to feature Lady Gaga's music

Bobby Conn and Baby Teeth; Kelly Clarkson

HRC honors 189 employers on LGBT issues

HHS Secretary Sebelius, Cartoon Network screen bullying doc

Analysis out on Tennessee's Don't Say Gay bill

Glessner House to host film narrated by John Waters

Billy Masters

Queer Bronzeville

Knight at the Movies: I Killed My Mother; 21 Jump Street

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