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Windy City Times 2014-09-03

SPORTS EVENTS AIDS Run; Race Judicata, tennis tournament

Rosie in baby-boomer doc

Sugar & Spice: taKOs KOreanos

BOOKS Starting from Here; Further Adventures Sissy Van Dyke

BOOKS Talking with queer labor activist Miriam Frank

Fashion is life for Borris J. Powell

LETTERS Wards hurt

VIEWS Celibacy is the new ex-gay ministry

Gay in the Life: David Friedland

True Trans with Laura Jane Grace on AOL Oct. 10

Chicago teams optimistic heading into Gay Softball World Series

CRITICS' PICKS and THEATER SPOTLIGHT: Miracles in the Fall

THEATER REVIEW Methtacular!

THEATER REVIEW The Arsonists

THEATER REVIEW Reasons to Be Happy

THEATER REVIEW The Yellow Wallpaper

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Almodovar adaptation

ENTERTAINMENT EVENTS Women's Words Fest; Queer poetry; Reeling

AFC policy show; W&CHF street; lesbian mayor; Transformative Law

Billy Masters

THEATER REVIEW My Name Is Asher Lev

Gay Chicagoan launching 'gender-liberated' undergarments

John Leguizamo 'Klowns' around, talks 'To Wong Foo'

Knight at the Movies: The Last of Robin Hood; film notes

Mariano's employee claims he was fired for being gay

Open To Thinking: It's Your Money, Illinois

Connor leads new veteran-focused business incubator

LGBT-friendly housing to open by mid-Sept.

NYC St. Patrick's Parade to include one LGBT group

Chicago Fire stars Grand Marshals of Great Chicago Fire Fest

Openly gay Latino runs for 35th Ward alderman

Dallas Cowboys sign Michael Sam to practice squad

Chicago Sky to face the Phoenix Mercury in 2014 WNBA finals

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