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Windy City Times 2015-08-05

Cell-phone company plans to benefit the LGBT community

'In the Life' series archived; Wolfe Video; Creating Change

Upcoming: Fashion Fest; Pantry ground-breaking; dating app; Disability event

Fowles leaves Sky in three-team deal

SPORTS AIDS Run & Walk; XS Tennis, Lacoste partner

Kickball league holds fashion show

Summer reading: LGBT books

Upcoming: Joel Hall dance; 'Downton'exhibit; Shakespeare

SAVOR Chuck's: A Kerry Simon Kitchen

VIEWS Scouting comes out of the closet

VIEWS Is Scouting prepared for the future?

LETTERS Remembering Woody Bowman; Center's problem

In the Life: Dr. Hector Torres

LGBTQ Groups endorse Voting Rights Act Restoration

Stonewall Kickball opens registration

About Face's '15 Breaths' thru Aug. 7


Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Last Train to Nibroc

THEATER REVIEW Two Gentlemen of Verona

THEATER REVIEW The Summer of Daisy Fay

Lesbian grandmothers cycle across States for a cause

NUNN ON ONE Ross Mathews: Riding the rainbow

Company launches LGBT-focused greeting cards

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION With RuPaul, 'Skin' is in

MOVIES 'Best of Enemies' directors talk Gore Vidal, William Buckley

Upcoming: TransReelization; Tiki Holiday; Kristin Lems release CD

Knight at the Movies: Rock 'n' roll Meryl

MUSIC Out singer Jen Foster returns with double album

Market Days acts: Aaron Carter, Salt-N-Pepa

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Peter Allen sings again

United Way of Chicago launches LGBT affinity group

Attorney/activist works with marginalized communities

Upcoming: Event for veterans' supporters on Aug. 9

Demystifying sexual abuse in the LGBTQ community

PASSAGES Earl McDonald

OPEN TO THINKING Marriage: Confusion of State and Church

Scout leaders laud BSA ruling, but others still skeptical

Chicago groups get $3.8M CDC grant for HIV targeted testing program

Mayor Emanuel says city health benefits to cover trans services

Women's Health Center to hold 3rd Revolutionary Healthcare Fundraiser

Asian/Pacific Islander group marks decade of making a difference

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