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Windy City Times 2015-07-07

BENT NIGHTS U2 at the United Center

Music news: Mika; Next Jack Swing; Chicago box sets

Black Pride celebrated in two spots July 4

BOOKS Caitlin Moran: 'Britain's Lena Dunham' gets frisky

Open Door Clinic celebrates new Elgin facility

Entertainment: Ellen DeGeneres; Beyonce; Michael Sam; Dolly Parton

Women's World Cup win shines into LGBT community

Art Smith's family makes history

Participants prepare for Ride for AIDS Chicago

Dining news: Veuve Clicquot brunch; Sunda feast

Upcoming: Queer Web screenings; Saints + Sinners; Taste of Chicago

Upcoming: Tommy Tune; Loving Repeating (Gertrude Stein); Tutterow memorial

AIA exec Zurich Esposito living out childhood dream

Local Mensa LGBT group leader on her role and career

THEATER REVIEW Matawan

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

National: Time to THRIVE; presidential candidates; Obama's proposal

World news: Ambassador talks marriage; flag flap; lesbian swimmer attacked

2015 Action Camp, for gay-straight alliances, is its largest ever

PASSAGES Terry Readdus, 1948-2015

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