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Windy City Times 2013-01-09

IL Civil Union Act allows legal end to Vermont civil unions

Bull-riding at Allstate Jan. 12-13

CMSA women's social party Jan. 26 at Joe's Bar

Sports shorts

Chicago friends ran wild in 2012

Khris Francis in Antioch Feb. 13-16

BOOK REVIEW Rebellion in Ulster

BOOK REVIEW No Turning Back

Bi in the Life: Chris Pierce

International Voices Project 2013 at Victory Gardens in March

Julie Newmar, Adam West, Burt Ward at Chicago Comic Con

'FELA!' to run at Arie Feb. 19-23

Emmy Rossum takes listeners on 'Journey'

Goodman names 'Teddy Ferrara' cast members

Reading of '8' at Goodman Jan. 14

TapMan: Origin


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A Nude Hope: A Star Wars Burlesque

Billy Masters

Little Queer Film Fest in Chicago Feb. 2-3

'Normal Heart' on HBO in '14

Sinfonietta's tribute to King Jan. 20-21

Windy City Performing Arts has new director

Dating-site launch party Jan. 12

Equality Illinois' trans community social Jan. 19

Same-sex pair crowned homecoming king and queen

Angelique Munro fireside chat Jan. 23

Thousands petition to name Catholic church a hate group

New law against conversion therapy for minors blocked

Some military computer systems blocking LGBT websites

Sugar&Spice: City Winery

DANCIN' FEATS Jill of all trades

VIEWPOINTS Queer street youth need OUR love

VIEWPOINTS Marriage equality: Nothing to fear in Illinois

Dennis Watkins: Not just a 'Parlour' trick

The Magic Cabaret; The Magic Parlour

Letter: Catholic Conference in marriage-equality debate

Chicago businesses, people ranked among tops on Grindr awards

State Rep. Kelly Cassidy engaged

Marines require base spouse clubs to include LGBT families

Former Chicagoan asks, 'What bullies you?'

Artemis Singers: Chicago's lesbian feminist chorus

Springfield gov't extends civil union benefits after controversy

National Cathedral embraces marriage equality

Poet at Obama inauguration makes history: LGBT, Latino, youngest

LGBTs soften on Hagel

Marriage-equality push falls short

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