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Windy City Times 2014-11-24

Columbia forum attempts to tackle diversity issue

Cher cancels; Michael Sam's honor; Andy Cohen outs Spacey

New Wicker Park restaurant; "Ballerina Hot Chocolate"

World news: Malaysian insurer; Ian Thorpe's shame; Nepal survey

VIEWS Remembering Thanksgiving

'Nuts & Bolts: 2014' on Nov. 29-30

Bisexual teens face more challenges than peers

National Park Services focuses on LGBT history

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Tove Lo gets into the 'Habit'

TRAVEL Las Vegas: Show(s) and tell

BOOK REVIEW The Christmas Truck

PFLAG hosts 'Cocktails + Conversation'

Courage Campaign: CTA aims to eliminate street harassment

Emanuel honors Harold Washington

Groups observe Transgender Day of Remembrance

Winning Marriage book event, Library exhibit explores marriage

LGBT groups criticize Ferguson grand jury's lack of indictment in Brown killing

GLMA adds LGBT nurses' section

Storage issues for youth experiencing homelessness explored by new coalition

Taylor Swift, Spotify and the Musical Food Chain Myth

Study: Public support for LGBT rights up in last three decades

Oldest, biggest HIV/AIDS coalition wants scale-up of PrEP; AFC leads locally

Groups to Hagel: Review outdated transgender policy

Congresswoman's trans son; HRC co-founder arrested

National Women's Hall of Fame hosts forum on equality

UIC center celebrates two decades of existence

Billy Masters

Chicago prepares for World AIDS Day

'Education in Action' summit unites youth leaders, GSA advisors

Panel addresses education for LGBTQ youth

The Voice's Michelle Chamuel to play Lincoln Hall

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