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Windy City Times 2015-07-22

SAVOR Lakeview Kitchen & Market officially opens

Dining news: Bountiful Eatery marks three years; Ullo launches wine filter

Upcoming: Sports hall of fame; Auction of Jenner torch; AIDS Run & Walk

Lesbian director on movie debuting at Black Alphabet festival

Upcoming: Tommy Tune; EXPO Chicago; 'Loving'; 'Dance for Life'

VIEWS Hearing historic news at a historic spot

ASK LAMBDA LEGAL Marriage equality FAQs

In the Life: Britta Larson

HRC releases discrimination map

Schock paying heavily for legal help

Upcoming: Lesbians Who Tech event July 23

Relationships & the Law Today: Immigration rights in era of marriage equality

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Grand Concourse

NUNN ON ONE Sandra Bernhard: Feeling '#blessed'




Upcoming: Theater

The reframing of Adam Lambert: His past, dating problems

Knight at the Movies: Do I Sound Gay?; Black Alphabet; restored films

The new era of ALMA: Association of Latino/as Motivating Action

UIC's Hughes named a University Scholar

AFC calling for budget rally July 22

amfAR launches comprehensive database of planned HIV/AIDS funding

3000+ clergy say First Amendment Defense Act means tax-funded discrimination

India Clarke, a black transgender woman, killed in Tampa

PASSAGES Tania Nichole Dunbar, a founding member of SPARTA, dies

Protestors decry HIV/AIDS cuts

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT About Face takes 'Breaths,' marks anniversary

Queer trans man leaves impact at Northwestern and beyond

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