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Windy City Times 2014-04-01

Ferrick, Vega at Old Town School of Music

Reeling to take place in Sept.; call for entries

Factor 75 features healthful meal delivery

Crossroads Fund to honor marriage groups, ISSA, Alphawood

YouTube star Hall on Beyonce, coming out, viral videos

Internat'l Vintage Poster Fair dazzles attendees

TRAVEL Say 'hola' to Madrid

BENT NIGHTS The Neighbourhood (NBHD) at The Aragon

Letters to the editor: Pigeon-holed?

Steppenwolf gets colorful with gala

Knight at the Movies: Anita and Saving Mr. Banks; notes

Former Mr. Universe Bob Paris on Oprah, coming out, marriage

Common Threads cooks at Farmhouse

BOOKS Man talks about being gay in the Colombian army

Billy Masters

Wonka Ball's theme is 'The Gayme Show!'

TheatrePros.com holding spring preview April 6

The AIDS Generation: Stories of Survival and Resilience

Getting on bi? World premieres touch upon sexual fluidity

Anti-gay Mozilla CEO causes backlash

Get Us Home builds support for LGBTQ homeless youth

Cox to receive GLAAD honor from Page

Astraea benefit May 16, to honor Gray, Baim, Rodriguez

CHM's wedding event caters to same-sex marriage planning

Trans*H4CK features celebrated game designer, activist

Trans*H4CK powers ideas, unity, change

Celebrating Miss Foozie April 6

VIEWS How media criminalizes HIV and how to change it

Adrian Gonzalez talks Here TV show, nudity in Chicago

Center on Halsted marks LGBT Health Week with forum

Lake View street to be renamed after Yoshi's chef

Arizona student fights for right to walk while trans

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