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Windy City Times 2015-05-27

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Billy Masters

Gay Black comic has concert film

Leather Vendor Market photos

Entertainment: GLAAD honors Ripa, Roberts; Rock 'n' Roll May 30; 'Queer Qomedy'

Israeli filmmaker talks about attitudes toward LGBTQ people

LETTERS Fighting Irish; Ireland and the Church; Remembering Bill

In the Life: Mack Savage

U.S. Senators call for military updates

Deborah's Place marks 30 years fighting for homeless women

'Pink Triangle' event at Center on June 3

Writing For Justice: Diversity in our entertainment matters

TELEVISION Gethin Anthony dives into Manson role in 'Aquarius'

Julianne Moore joins Lambda's "I Do" campaign for equality

SUMMER THEATER SPECIAL Classics and revivals for all ages (and tastes)

SUMMER THEATER SPECIAL What's new this summer

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW MIRACLE!

THEATER REVIEW Cowboy Versus Samurai

THEATER REVIEW Shining Lives: A Musical

THEATER REVIEW Belfast Girls

NUNN ON ONE: CUISINE Chef Cat Cora cooks for Culinary Council

BOOK REVIEWS How Long Will I Cry?; Anatomy of a Girl Gang

Knight at the Movies: Summer LGBT movie preview

SUMMER DANCE SPECIAL Summer is for lovers of dance

First federally approved LGBT Veterans Monument unveiled

Trans, queer immigrants demand ICE release LGBTQ detainees

Conversion therapy bill clears Illinois Senate committee

Charles Blow talks marginalized people at Chicago Public Library event

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