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Windy City Times 2015-09-29

Tammy Baldwin introduces bill to enhance access to HIV/AIDS care

Dining: Breast Cancer Month items; Chicago q chef leaves

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Fans are jazzed about Lili K

Columbia College alumni give art history a gender-identity makeover

NUNN ON ONE: TV Chicago designer excels on the 'Runway'

BENT NIGHTS Willie Nelson

SAVOR Chicago Gourmet draws hundreds; new Freshii opens

Charm play features look at transgender charm school

National: Clergy and Black Lives Matter; lawsuit; Grindr felony

25 year old Int'l G/L Human Rights Commission becomes OutRight Action International

Guide promotes safety, sell-being of LGBT youth in justice system

GLSEN and AFC on Planned Parenthood's Pink Out Day

Lambda launches "Know Your Rights" hub for people living with HIV

Anti-LGBT pizzeria caters gay wedding

ART 'Gender Treason': Being queer in Kansas City

Safe-schools group honors allies, advocates at homecoming

2nd LGBT group to march in NYC St. Patrick's parade

Entertainment news: Gaga; Ian McKellen; Ruby Rose; Matt Damon

World: Prince William; George Michael situation; Zimbabwe's prez

Billy Masters

BOOK REVIEW The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle

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