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Windy City Times 2014-07-23

Hard Choices

Sam accepts Arthur Ashe Award at ESPYs

Events July 23 - Wed., July 30

Sugar & Spice: Taxim

Dining news: RIVA's Bloody Mary bar; restaurant awards

ICAH art installation brings beauty, social messages

'An Evening of Magic' to benefit AFC

Colorado marriage ban overturned by Federal Court

'Sharmila' through Aug. 9

Next Theatre facing eviction

Paul Oakley Stovall: no 'Qualms' about Steppenwolf show

The Qualms

CRITICS' PICKS

Men Should Weep

The Beverly Hillbillies: The Musical

Othello

Theater Spotlight: LezFest: A One Night Fling

Jessie Mueller makes good on Broadway

Billy Masters

CLC observing Civil Rights Act on July 31

National Lesbian, Gay Journalists to meet in Chicago

Hall of Fame accepting nominations

Chicago Trans* Pride takes to the beach July 27

USDA makes pro-LGBT changes

Obama's order bans anti-LGBT bias for federal, contractors

VIEWS Hobby Lobby already affects LGBTs

THE AMAZON TRAIL Nancy Garden: Lesbian hero

NLGJA names LGBT Journalist Hall of Famers, Excellence honorees

PrEP effective with few doses a week; no new dosing strategies

LGB parents and their kids doing despite heterosexism

Chicago native takes over as president of CMSA

Knight at the Movies: And So It Goes; film notes

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