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Windy City Times 2012-11-21

Diver's meth addiction; intersex mayor steps down

'Ice cream' rep concedes; Playgirl model in jail

Cookie fries; baking series holding tryouts

Adventure show seeking participants Dec. 1

Marketa Sivek: Escaping Communism, one painting at a time

Bettye LaVette

Troy Mediterranean Grill; Burger Joint

'Cabaret' out on Blu-ray Feb. 5

Streisand tribute out

Pnau reinvents Elton John's hits

At the Flash

SPOTLIGHT Annie

Sister Act

breaks & bikes

The Burnt Part Boys

CRITICS' PICKS

Pippin

Theater worth a look

Joanna Coles of 'Project Runway All Stars' on mentoring

Billy Masters

Knight at the Movies: Hitchcock; Inventing David Geffen; film note

Scrooge & Marley opens in Chicago

Wigging out with Bruce Vilanch

Hellcab

Little Victories

Zubro on his latest, 'Another Dead Republican'

Transgender movies everyone should see

Franka Potente runs from 'Lola' on to 'American Horror Story'

Pop Making Sense

VIEWPOINTS: LGBT Capitol miracle

'Late Night' shopping Nov. 30, Dec. 14

ACLU holding all-day event Dec. 1 in Chicago

Gay in the Life: Vince Dinh

Vital Bridges Center staff and volunteers welcome the holiday

Manila Luzon: Triumphing over tragedy

VIEWPOINTS Poetry and academia reveal LGBT lives

Local lesbian couple wins wedding giveaway

Nov. 27 forum focuses on anti-LGBTQ violence

i2i group meets on Mondays

IFI rallying against Aurora transgender policy committee

LGBTQ health conference Nov. 30

'World of Chocolate' Nov. 29 at Hilton Chicago

Attorneys chair national committee focused on LGBT families

Center on Halsted spokesperson leaving post for CDPH

Ambassador Rice statement on sexual orientation and gender ID

Local church honors TDOR

HRC releases first religion-based inclusion index...

Gay cop fired for violating medical restrictions

HRC's partners with Raise A Child to Find on foster care push

Library head talks mission, journey

Petraeus scandal conjures recent LGBT legal skirmishes

GLAAD: Stop the Uganda 'Kill the Gays' bill

The Priest of Boystown

Photo essay: Overnight in Boystown

Stormy Monroe, 22 years old Identifies as transgender

Friends like brothers: Brian and Eric

Koala, 18 years old, identifies as bisexual

'Beauty isn't everything, but it does take you a hell of a ways'

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