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Windy City Times 2013-07-17

DISH WEEKLY DINING GUIDE: Koi

Bjork, Solange, MIA, R. Kelly at Pitchfork July 19-21

Knight at the Movies: The Conjuring

Alvin Ailey dancers wed amid DOMA's demise

LETTERS Not the villains

Legacy Walk benefit features drag revue

A Gay in the Life: Steven Acosta

Sheila Kuehl: Classic sitcom star becomes LGBT champion

Gay director/actor Bill Brown: Chicago's his kind of town

The hectic writing life of Ike Holter

Spotlight: Latino Theatre Festival

Simpatico

Belleville

CRITICS' PICKS

The Casuals

Billy Masters

Julia Sweeney on SNL's Pat, atheism

Veterinary association meeting July 19-21

Dept. of Ed to survey on anti-LGB bullying

A Queer Agenda: Generations of Change

Alleged hate crime in Austin

World news: Gay athlete risking arrest; Cameroon activist killed

Cho vs. outing accusations; gay Spider-Man idea

Lakeview hit with iPhone robberies

IOC issues statement on Olympics in Russia

Gerber/Hart announces new board members

Panel reflects on progress since Stonewall

National roundup: Provincetown goes digital; McGreevey returns to gov't office

TransLife Center opens on Chicago's North Side

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