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Windy City Times 2013-01-23

Original 'Batman' actors at Chicago comic expo

Khris Francis in Antioch Feb. 13-16

'Normal Heart' on HBO in '14

Gay in the Life: Maura Ross

Living trusts protect assets

Valentine's Day weekend includes Lady Arm Wrestlers

Spotlight: Boy Gets Girl

Beautiful Thing

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Wine in the Wilderness and Florence

American Wee-Pie

Flare Path

Thoughts on Jodie Foster; film note

New report examines queer Midwest youth in foster care

Letter: Cardinal Francis George

VIEWPOINTS: MLK Day reflection on LGBTQ justice

Billy Masters

Airport may be named after Milk; 'Western Bandit' in L.A.

Italian PM's anti-gay comments; China's first transgender man

Lifetime drops 'Diva'; Mike Ruiz's 'Pretty Masculine' app

GetEQUAL: LGBT immigrants belong in immigration reform proposal

Chely Wright to have twins

Report on foundations show gain in LGBTQ funding

Runaway hotline rebrands

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Gay media martyr

African-American males face unique challenges coming out

Betty White: On her rocker

Witnessing the inaugural festivities

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