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Windy City Times 2014-10-21

Nigel Barker gives 'Face' time to Chicago

Dining news: "Dinner Party" Oct. 27; Cicchetti closes

Chorus names artistic director; Harris, Osborne at Staples event

Fashion fundraiser helps Indian nonprofit

BENT NIGHTS Xina Xurner;'Shame That Tune'; Asgeir

Michael Sam waived from Cowboys squad

Chicago doctor, 75, cellist, traveler, marathon runner

ExxonMobil faces complaint alleging anti-LGBT hiring bias

President Obama: Constitution guarantees right to marry

White House addressing intersection of HIV/AIDS, violence with women, girls

'By Women for Women' Oct. 25 at Joffrey Tower

Sophia Bush on 'Chicago P.D.' and being an LGBT ally

'World of Chocolate' kicks off at Peninsula

Aon, KPMG hold pro-LGBT event

Point Foundation honors scholars at Chicago event

'Culture worrier' Clarence Page reflects on 50 years of change

Jennifer Knapp: Lesbian releases album, book with sense of self

Erica Ash and Teyonah Parris have 'Survivor's Remorse'

John Rechy: On gay sensibility, melding truth and fiction

Cumberbatch on OUT cover; lesbian pundit canned

Ellen's show in Asia; OutGames' campaign; 2018 Gay Games

Cuomo's AIDS task force; 'drag queen' comment; Jazz Jennings

ELECTION PREVIEW: LGBT races to watch

Man pleads guilty in 2013 anti-gay attack

District Court dismisses suit seeking marriage in Puerto Rico

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