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Windy City Times 2014-06-10

A Salute to Dick Cavett at Broadcast Museum June 21

Annual local tennis tourney has changes

Five Worth Finding

Michael Jordan's, Nat'l Steak Month; Father's Day items

Cicero Public Library showing LGBTQ films

Weapons, Amy Ray, Vampire bring gay pride to Chicago

Presbyterians to vote on same-sex marriage

Marriage Equality Symposium at Advocate Illinois Masonic

County issues 600 licenses in first week of equal marriage

Atty Gen. Holder slams Boy Scouts' ban on gay leaders

House Subcommittee gets anti-LGBT testimony from professor

Seattle mourns two young men, both reportedly gay

Two new concepts open in former Spin space

James Chicago hotel hosts lavish wedding presentation

McHenry County church marks marriage equality with ceremonies

Welcoming-church group touts Pride activities

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Cher dresses to kill, Lauper 30 years after She's So Unusual

Spanish-language forumon Bible, LGBTs in June, July

Gay Republican wins; out Latino mayor; Grindr attack arrest

Male tennis player hires French lesbian; Toronto's welcome

Lambda, transgender woman celebrate a win against discrimination

MUSIC Out singer Amy Andrews talks activism, Bette Midler

Etheridge marries; R. Kelly's trans* child; Whitney movie news

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