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Windy City Times 2014-10-01

Carlos Orengo: Jack-of-all-trades at Howard Brown

Local flag-football teams look to shine in Gay Bowl XIV

Lincoln Avenue: Chicago Stories

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Yu Tsai's 'Model' behavior

Forward-toward male volunteer Lenny Earl: fests, transition

Octavia Spencer: 'Red' is the new black

THEATER REVIEW Season on the Line

LETTERS Reflections

Town hall focuses on bullying prevention

Renowned chef brings spice and Suzy Wong

Knight at the Movies: Last Weekend; Hunted; notes

THEATER REVIEW Jane Eyre

MUSICAL REVIEW A Kurt Weill Cabaret

THEATER REVIEW Rest

Group offering youths five LGBTQ trips to Israel

Open To Thinking: It's Your Money: Illinois

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Happy anniversary: Lyric's Anthony Freud marks milestones

VIEWS What we owe longtime survivors

Jane Saks expands social-justice brand with Project&

GLAAD rates networks in Network Responsibility Index

Report: Laws create financial penalties for LGBT Americans

CARS brings STI testing to young women, transwomen of color

One night in the area of Austin

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