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Windy City Times 2015-10-26

Attorney who helped defeat DOMA talks about Edie Windsor

Dining news: NAHA dinner; restaurant closures

BENT NIGHTS Bring Me the Horizon; The Neighborhood

DINING Out Spiaggia chef talks coming out, desserts and beer

DISH Old Town event preview

DISH Brandon Byxbe: All hail the kale king

Maserati dealership opening in Winnetka, more auto news

MOMBIAN LGBTQ families: Past, present and future

Upcoming: Positively Aware event; Sleep Out; Transfluent; more

'Aha Moment' reaps donation for Center

Theater Spotlight: New Stages festival; Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Knocking Up the Mob

Intersex citizen denied passport: Lambda Legal sues U.S. State Department

Astraea Foundation Launches the first international intersex fund

Nov 1: Open TV series to feature gay Latino grad student witches

VEHICLE REVIEW 2016 Hyundai Tucson: Bigger, buffer and sexier

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