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Windy City Times 2013-04-02

The Force starts the 2013 season with Detroit Dark Angels

Five Worth Finding: Game of Thrones; Green Zebra restaurant

NYPS app brings role models to Black LGBT youth

Break away to San Diego

Remembering the Holocaust and the pink triangle

Gaga's 'Born Brave Bus'stops at Navy Pier

Benny's lobster grilled cheese; Bordeaux wine event

'Catch'-ing up with Dominic Fortuna

George Takei and Madonna help 'Red' campaign go viral

Divided ex-gay movement still active in Latin America

Senator Kirk comes out for marriage equality

Uruguay Senate passes Freedom to Marry legislation

HIV service providers explore tobacco in the Black community

Asher Brown's parents drop suit; HRC's red logo

World news: Ben Cohen thanks Elton John; Nigeria's pardon

Garbage's gay fans; film about Cher's mother

CMSA Hall of Fame holds induction ceremony

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