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Windy City Times 2014-11-04

Lady Balls to premier at Annoyance Theatre

DISH: SAVOR Chicago Grind

New Gold Coast spot; Glazed and Infused's late hours

Fabulous trips don't just happen (NYC edition)

Sidebar: Top Cook County pols return for another term

VIEWS Echoes of the AIDS hysteria as we battle Ebola

ELECTIONS 2014 Printable Election Guide Charts; voting info

Gov. Quinn announces $2 million for youth, families

Discovery OKs docu-series on group of transgender friends

Whitney-Manilow duet; LGBT Starbucks ad; GLAAD vs. Wendy Williams

Tim Cook fallout in Russia; Ugandan dismissal; more

Hazing conviction; Barney lauds Cruz; Windsor's request

Decalogue Society of Lawyers hosts hate-crimes forum

Area church reaffirms commitment to LGBT leadership

Think Tank convenes to create inclusive athletic climates

Maura Healey first openly LGBT Attorney General

DISH: Bar Pastoral; Stetsons

UChicago's Ci3 Center: Different angle on LGBTQ health

Rauner called as next governor of Illinois

Armatrading on final tour, at City Winery April 23-24

Federal judge affirms the freedom to marry in Kansas

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