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Windy City Times 2012-10-02

Visual Response to the Global Water Crisis at DuSable

Riot Fest, part two: Elvis Costello

On the Queen Mary 2: An essential lifetime trip

'Chicago Gourmet' lures hundreds

Trans delegate makes history at DNC

British site reveals coming-out stories

Former Chicagoan honored in Arizona

LGBT HISTORY MONTH: Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben

Democratic state rep uncertain on marriage stance

Indigo Girls blend styles at Aurora's Paramont Nov. 1

HIV clinic marks renovations with rededication

Cop accused of sex with male prisoner

Nico Lang joins TCRA as associate director

Truth Wins Out pans Illinois bishop

Crossroads Fund announces grantees

Bollywood short to have local premiere at CIFF

Lesbian PM to resign; Jamaican LGBT shelter to close

NBA, WNBA, soccer and more go purple for Spirit Day

HRC gives Romney-Obama debate LGBT watch points

Rainbow pylons issues addressed; Legacy Walk releases ceremony details

IPDH director talks HIV cuts, Affordable Care Act

Former 'RuPaul's Drag Race' contestant dies

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