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Windy City Times 2014-01-08

Force honored for being national champions

Back to You by Rebelle

'Progress'-ing into '14

DISH WEEKLY DINING GUIDE: Bavette's Bar & Boeuf

Yvonne Welbon part of 'Dyke Delicious' Jan. 11

'Woman to Woman' single released in Chicago

Cullerton, Feigenholtz in 'Old Jews' Jan. 8

Inglourious Bitches

CRITICS' PICKS

LETTERS The Pope

Gay Christian confab Jan. 9-12

Gay in the Life: Benjamin Bradshaw Baumker

Affinity's Burning Bowl Jan. 11

Broadcast journalists out on the air

Cultural Q's: Hearts, Minds, Laws, Art: Mandela legacy

Former Marine, leading gay college activist

WCT seeks nominations for 30 Under 30 Awards

CMSA annual membership party Jan. 25

Spotlight: Chicago Sketch Festival

Old Jews Telling Jokes

Billy Masters

Knight at the Movies: Her; DVD notes

You saw it first in 2013: The year in Chicago theater

DANCIN' FEATS A queer dance romance

Couple starts career boot-camp program

Gay philanthropist Robert Wilson commits suicide

Ind. court: Gay-marriage ban cannot void trans marriage

Theater pro Carl Occhipinti dies

Effort to kill Calif. trans student law moves forward

Utah AG says state won't recognize marriages

Transgender mixed martial-arts fighter Fallon breaks barriers

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