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Windy City Times 2015-08-12

PASSAGES Carlyle J. Jajko, 83

Gov. Christie vetoes second bill for transgender New Jerseyans

CMSA teams eye Gay Softball World Series glory

Sports briefs: Kickball registration; AIDS Run & Walk; Rodeo

Billy Strayhorn events in the fall

Christy Webber subject of CNBC series

OUTspoken! marks one year with rousing stories

VIEWS Where is my Black body safe in America?

SENIOR MOMENTS The GOP zombie apocalypse is upon us

In the Life: Kelly Lauren

Trans woman killed in Detroit

Healthcare decision-making for the LGBTQ community

Upcoming: Dancing Fest; Chicago Fringe; Treasure Island; Bette; WildClaw

Theater spotlight and Critics' Picks


THEATER REVIEW Zelda at the Oasis


THEATER REVIEW Stanley in the Name of Love

Shakespeare in the Parks thru Aug. 16

Northalsted Market Days in photos

DANCIN' FEATS Dancer's long road back; Joel Hall marks 40 years

APA adopts trans, GNC guidelines

Guide for helping trans students released

LGBT Equality Institute in Springfield Aug. 29

Treasurer pushes college savings accounts

NQAPIA national conference looks at various hot topics

Trans immigrants in custody are subject of U.S. House briefing

Proud to Run presents $40,000 to community beneficiaries

TransReelization fest Aug. 29 features stars of Wachowski's Sense8

13th trans woman murdered in U.S.

Charles Schwab hosts event about marriage equality

Billy Masters

New England Journal of Medicine: Health costs minimal for trans military

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