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Windy City Times 2015-05-20

SAVOR: Brunch at Wood

Chicago Force receiver featured in new football cards

The wild life of Joe Putignano Olympic dreams, drug addiction

Gay HIV-positive singer lives life out loud

Grunt dating app to be redesigned for watch

Kenny Porpora writes emotionally wrenching memoir

Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW The Little Foxes

THEATER REVIEW Our New Girl

Harris Theatre unveils 2015-16 dance season

LETTERS A plea to the pope

In the LIFE Luis Tipantasig

Mr. Leather64TEN also to compete for IML

Upcoming: International Mr. Leather 2015 weekend events

Chicago couple builds arts-enpowerment program for girls

Homeless youth and reproductive justice

Illinois Legislative Black Caucus: Remember youth when drafting budget

Chicago Public Library observes LGBT Pride Month

THEATER REVIEW Inana

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Coming soon: More 'Sweet Tea'

Safe by Donna Hoke wins 2015 Great Gay Play Contest

Billy Masters

Community briefs: Theater, film, Pride

Knight at the Movies: The Rose is still THE Rose

THEATER REVIEW Twisted Melodies

SAGE takes initiative on LGBT elder housing, policy

Affinity marks 20 years of grassroots accomplishments

Longtime gay activist William B. Kelley dies

Missouri HIV case gets national attention

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