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Windy City Times 2014-07-01

McDonough, Her Way: An Interesting Bunch of Gals' July 19

Disc and That: Upcoming and recent DVDs

Jenifer Lewis gets serious at HIV event

Art/birdhouse auction benefits Chicago House

BENT NIGHTS Etheridge, Ferrick headline local concerts

Law professor's book focuses on gay parents, child welfare

B-52s' Fred Schneider debuts 'Konnichiwa' with The Superions

A post-Pride 'Love Revolution'

Music event benefits CLASP

Lecture: lesbian-like women of 1800s-WWII Aug. 28

Supreme Court lets stand CA's ban on ex-gay therapy

Tunney: "I'm not saying yes and I'm not saying no" to parade change

Fed Appeals Court grants stay, protects an Indiana marriage

Kentucky marriage ban struck down by federal judge

Dining news: Chicago chef on A&E show; River Roast opening

Republican backs marriage; rulings in CO, UT, KY

Putin refuses Elton John; USAID, Nat'l Gay Chamber partner

Male singers tackle 'Grease' song; Page, Leto honored

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