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Windy City Times 2013-11-13

BOOKS: Reinventing You

CHICAGO HUMANITIES FESTIVAL Lesbian tennis icon Navratilova on life's hurdles, Olympics

Jim Elledge discusses late gay artist Henry Darger

The Nexus Project: Growing by leaps and bounds

Letters: Poll position

Beyonce's good deed; Lily Tomlin at Gilda's LaughFest in '14

VIEWS My best friend's suicide

Reeling honors Black lesbian comedienne

Center to show 'Appropriate' at Victory Gardens Nov. 13

Italian twist on Thanksgiving; Frontier's mystery menu

'Nothing Compares' to Sinead O'Connor's show

Kimberly Peirce talks 'Carrie,' bullying

THEATER REVIEW Kate and Sam Are Not Breaking Up

Elegy

CRITICS' PICKS

The Peacock

Port Authority

'Geography Club' at Facets Nov. 15

MUSIC Mel B talks new song, 'Talent' and massages

REELING LGBT FILM FESTIVAL: Week Two

VIEWS Life after marriage (equality)

Hall of Fame honors LGBT trailblazers

Miss Universe co-host on Russia's law; ARV risk in South Africa

Don Lemon defends remarks; man sues for sex-sting arrest

Spotlight: About Face Theatre's Out Front Series

Photo: White, Ricketts at March on Springfield

McAuliffe, Annise Parker among political winners

Bar owner charged with arson, fraud

Greg Harris talks what went right in Springfield

Cultural Q's: Is there a "Queer Agenda?" and should there be?

Lakeview residents debate youth center appeal

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