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Windy City Times 2015-06-02

'Lesbian Miniature Art Group' forming

Cabaret benefits HBHC June 12

Dining news: Wingout Chicago; Q-Tine opens

National: Kameny's honor; Pentagon move; more presidential candidates

Courage Campaign: CTA aims to discourage harassment via ads

Law student receives fellowship to work on LGBTQ youth issues

ROOF Sundays at theWit opens

Music: Indigo Girls CD; Kelly Clarkson tour; North Coast; Mavis Staples EP

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Sean Allan Krill is making 'Sense'

Bent, story of queer-identified people in WWII Berlin, on stage in June

Lambda Literary winners named; Rita Mae Brown, John Waters honored

Study: Eliminating gender wage gap would reduce LGBT poverty

World news: Kazakhstan law struck down; marriage developments

Entertainment: Julianne Moore; 'Cruel Intentions'; Chris Pratt

Out journalist LZ Granderson joins ABC News

The Urban Death Project and human composting

TELEVISION The bold standard: Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda

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