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Windy City Times 2013-11-20

Kanela (Old Town); Rockit's brunch; LYFE Kitchen

Chicago native Mosier transitions into triathlon star

Chicago native travels through 'Body Geographic'

Windy City Performing Arts has Dec. 7 concerts

Chicago Gay Men's Chorus shows Dec. 6-7, 14-15

'Sing-A-Long Sound of Music' Nov. 29-Dec. 1

Pop Making Sense

Trans in the Life: Keir McCoy

Transgender athletes featured

TRAVEL Cleveland does, indeed, rock, as Gay Games approaches

Spotlight: Burning Bluebeard

Detroit '67

Hellcab

CRITICS' PICKS

Great Expectations

Appropriate

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT A New York slant on 'La Traviata'

Tim Gunn's new show; Joan Jett controversy

Billy Masters

Big Freedia bounces to the big time

LETTERS Claus and effect

UMC is still wrong-headed on gay marriage

Holocaust museum hosting forums on bias, hate speech

Transgender Day of Remembrance event Nov. 20

A Queer Agenda: Thanking and Giving

Youth-rights advocate reflects on decade's work

World news: Luxembourg has gay leader; South Korean movie's rating

Phill Wilson to be honored; trans woman's killer gets life

Human Rights Campaign honors Transgender Day of Remembrance

Obama gives Rustin and Ride Medal of Freedom honors

Quinn signs marriage equality bill into law

Marking Transgender Day of Remembrance nationally

Transgender Day of Remembrance raises hope from tears

Knight at the Movies: Animals; LGBT festival films on DVD; notes

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