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Windy City Times 2015-02-10

Affinity partners with StoryCorps to queer Black history

Musician to make debut with 'RuPaul' show at House of Blues

Book on bisexual men aims to fill a long-held void

Music Box gets a new look, addition

Legendary singer inspires 'Idol' worship at the Riviera

DISH: SAVOR Magnolia Bakery; Florentine specials

Urban Outfitters markets tapestry with Nazi-era anti-gay imagery

Masen Davis reflects on time at Transgender Law Center

Dining news: Table fifty-two; Valentine's Day specials

World news: Kerry's envoy; ISIS kills gays; foreign minister retires

Entertainment: Lance Bass at wedding; Andy Cohen; Lea DeLaria engaged; DGA Awards

Voter canvassers file racial-profiling lawsuit against CPD

National roundup: Michigan marriages; mayor's honor; killer found

President Obama supports marriage equality in Alabama

Study: Coming as LGBT in school contributes to well-beling

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