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Windy City Times 2014-07-09

Get Your Hands Off Me, Chekhov!/ Flip Flop

Gay in the Life: Dr. Jack Miller

TransTech launches tech-focused training program

High profile expansion for Rony Tennenbaum Jewelry

Open To Thinking: The Millennials and the American Dream

PASSAGES: Former U.S. Sen. Alan Dixon dies

Gay chorus seeking new director

Movie festival gives voice, vision to Black LGBTQ filmmakers

A Musical Tribute to the Andrews Sisters

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DANCIN' FEATS Kristina Isabelle: Chicago's dance darling

Annapurna

LETTERS Bruce's bias, Thoughts on parade

UN committee, Chile see gaps in trans, intersex protection

LGBTs push to expand civil rights

'40 Best LGBT Lawyers' list includes Chicagoan

Honduran LGBT leader talks coup, U.S. gov't

Pride future debated after record numbers

Havana in Chicago July 19 to benefit Cuba charity

Colorado marriage ban struck down in state court

Ind. governor won't recognize marriage equality

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