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Windy City Times 2014-07-08

Classic 1990s gay novels back with 21st Century updates

Love grows as lesbians fight HIV/AIDS, stigma

Raul Castillo's 'Maiden' voyage

TJLP launches lakefront event

OPALGA, Lakeside Pride march in Oak Park parade

Myth-busting gay car stereotypes

Auto news: Porsche's protections; gay designer on 'Motor City'

Dining: Delightful's blueberry offerings; Proud Whopper

Sugar & Spice: Twisted Spoke

Tim Emond returns for Ride for AIDS

Neon Trees singer talks gay life at iHeartRadio event

Gay chorus seeking new director

Buffalo Grove student wins national award

Musician keeps alive legacy of gay-themed country album

Chris Colfer at Old Orchard on July 12

Public invited to view youth-led art installation

Drag Race in U.K.; Gaga, Judas Priest; Sean Hayes' new gig

Em VanderLinden on social justice, gender expression

'Billy Elliot' at Drury Lane in 2015

The Broken Gay Folk Revue

Seattle double homicide may be related to online hook-up

NLGJA to hold national convention, LGBT summit in Chicago

NGLTF withdraws support of ENDA

Groups withdraw support of ENDA

Wade to step down as TransLife director

Unity Fest celebrates LGBTs, remembers past

July 10 discussion to look at house music

Knight at the Movies: The Nance; film notes

Spotlight: Alice

Mich. gubernatorial candidate Schauer talks LGBT rights

Gay team makes history; Laverne Cox tops world list

Tim Cook at Pride Parade; LGBT groups won't back ENDA

Queer, Ill, and OK: LGBT show focuses on illness

Billy Masters

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