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Windy City Times 2015-05-19

Chicago Sky looks to continue 2014 WNBA Finals momentum

DIVERSIONS Shedd opens exhibit on amphibians

Upcoming: Midler; Skrebneski; Taste; NYT columnist; Queer Qomedy

Fairy gardener

Dining news: Chicago q's new menu; lobster festival

Entertainment: Robin Williams; Nate Berkus; Jill Soloway; Paris Is Burning

Fifth Third helps grocery center

Hinshaw & Culbertson hosts marriage debrief event

Cappleman celebrates, announces appointment

Dignity Chicago presents awards at Mass

World news: Costa Rica ruling; Chelsea Manning statue; Gambia president's words

National: Blood-donation ban; Jeb Bush; Arkansas city's pro-LGBT move

Matt and Kim shine with a new 'Glow'

MUSIC:'X Factor' winners Alex and Sierra feel the LGBT love

Local singer wins grant from Chicago to further career

CONCERT REVIEW Chicago Gay Men's Chorus camps it up

BENT NIGHTS Leon Bridges; Passion Pit

'Taste for the Arts' gala draws hundreds

TRAVEL French Lick: LGBT hospitality in Indiana

Griner, Johnson under seven-game suspension

Queer Prom marks 10th anniversary

Therapeutic Fraud Prevention Act introduced to block conversion therapy

Impact of state cuts dire; private philanthropy will not fill hole

Chicago Youth Storage Initiative issues report, recommendations

Conversion therapy ban passes House

Rita Moreno speaks at NEIU graduation, holds press conference

DIVERSIONS Chicago's Andersonville: A shopper's paradise

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