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Windy City Times 2014-07-16

Billy Masters

Sports open house July 19

BOOK REVIEW Sally Ride: America's First Woman in Space

Upcoming events

Modern Asian Kitchen; Terrace on Clark

Climb cancelled, but charitable causes still win

Out singer James talks Whitney Houston, defying labels

Second book in 'Boystown' series released

Wachowskis to open studio to benefit TransLife

Chris Colfer signs 'Stories' in Skokie

BENT NIGHTS Taste of Chicago wrap-up: Monae, AWOLNATION

Laverne Cox on 'FREE CECE,' kids and uniting LGBTs

Film about adoption premieres at Center

Spotlight: Shepherd's Daughter: a Joan of Arc Reimagining

Brigadoon

Gay in the Life: Heidi J. Onion

xCRITICS' PICKS

THEATER REVIEW Dead Man's Cell Phone

THEATER REVIEW A Small Fire

THEATER REVIEW Checking Boxes

Report looks at youth of color views on LGBT agenda

MUSIC Trans singer Ty Nic releases 'Who I Am'

MUSIC Jay Brannan: Queer and folk

Indigo Girls joining Nettles Aug. 29 in Aurora

World news: Conchita Wurst models; Ian Thorpe comes out

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Bound for Broadway

LETTERS Women & Children First; Gun and done

Black LGBT trailblazers; Maddow talks Perry; ENDA debate

Andy Cohen on show; Stevie Nicks; Robbie Rogers TV series

Vernita Gray LGBTQ youth fund holds inaugural fundraiser

Georgia man sues

Report shows religious right strategy on LGBT equality

HIV cure: One step back, many paths forward

Hobby Lobby still fighting to deny trans* woman's rights

Conflict Center to mediate for Ryan White grievances

NCLR applauds USDA trans non-bias rule

CDC educates on dangers of smoking for HIV+

Report outlines workplace barriers for LGBT youth

Bipartisan International Human Rights Act in the House

Alliance names Anthony Papini new executive director

Women & Children bookstore sold

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