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Windy City Times 2014-01-01

Emanuel asks for more Divvy sites

Gay comedian Sampson McCormick talks new DVD and family

Chicago Force has top local LGBT sports moment

My Brother, My Sister by Molly Haskell, $26.95; Viking; 213 pages

Dinkel's: Nine decades and counting for sweet institution

'RuPaul's Drag Race' season six cast named

Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival announces line-up

Gay Christian confab Jan. 9-12

PASSAGES Chester Holowicki

Debbie Gibson talks gay fans, 'Electric Youth'

Theater events coming up in January

Notable theater news for 2013

Shipwrecked!

Spotlight: Fillet of Solo Festival

CRITICS' PICKS

The Shadow over Innsmouth

Lesbian opera singer Patricia Racette returns

Bull riders stop in Chicago Jan. 11-12

Knight at the Movies: August: Osage County; Wolf of Wall Street

LETTERS The 'Duck' stops here

VIEWS Kenneth Cole needs a history lesson

Award-winning social worker retiring after 35 years

Looking back: Local passages in 2013

History: Covered in 2013

Open To Thinking

With this ring... The year in local news

MCC's Rachelle Brown works on LGBT religious issues

Supreme Court considers stay on Utah order

Crist apologizes for supporting same-sex marriage ban

'Osage County' cast on the movie, fish and Meryl Streep

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