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Windy City Times 2015-08-19

Upcoming events: TransReelization; Rodeo Round Town

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Jordin Sparks: On '90s music, looking fit, new CD

Upcoming in local art, music, sports

Local gay athlete excels in high school, now off to U. of I.

Chicago Dancing Festival Aug. 25-29

Stop and frisk: An Open Letter to the ACLU

In the Life: Rich Saucedo

AFER shutting down

Host Committee meeting for 2016 Creating Change planned for August

Marriage Equality and Social Justice

Billy Masters

The Chicago Fringe Festival announce times, places

Theater Spotlight, Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW The History of Alcohol in Chicago: A Drinker's Guide

THEATER REVIEW The Dueling Gentlemen

THEATER REVIEW Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities

Knight at the Movies: Blackbird; Olive Films

Conference to look at HIV and the trans community

IGLHRC launches Ugandan campaign


Queer woman talks activism, being undocumented

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