Out and Proud in Chicago: An Overview of the City's Gay Community, the book is edited by Tracy Baim and features the contributions of more than 20 prominent historians and journalists. It is published by Surrey Books, an Agate imprint, and is hard cover, 224 pages, 4-color, with nearly 400 photos.
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Windy City Times 2015-10-28

SAVOR Pastoral opening in Andersonville

BOOKS Eileen Myles: Still brazen after all these years

VIEWS Creating Change 2016: Calling for community housing

Howard Brown's Big Orange Ball owns Halloween

CELEBRATIONS Wedding: Shayna X Kramer and Larissa Sims

PASSAGES Edward Anson Kamin

About Face's 'Club' raises $70K

THEATER REVIEW Lawd, the CVS Is Burning

THEATER REVIEW Treasure Island

CHF's 'Four Women' Nov. 2 in Lincoln Park

Billy Masters

Roxane Gay dishes on Cyrus, Dunham, Watson and Clinton

Knight at the Movies: Suffragette; Nasty Baby

THEATER REVIEW Charm

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Michael Black: Mastering many styles

Advocate Evan Wolfson on ending discrimination

GOP immigration bill blocked; Franken inquires about trans murders

New study aims to improve health care for LGBT people of color

Relationships & the Law Today: Filing discrimination claims

Northalsted Business Alliance's Ruby Red Relay to benefit AIDS Fdn, Out in Open Sleep Out

Indy publisher may be first gay pilot to circumnavigate globe in a DC-3

Briefs: Point seeks applicants; Ida B. Wells monument: Conversion-therapy report

HRC Foundation, Partnership for Drug-Free Kids join against LGBTQ teen substance abuse

Report: Only half of LGBT Americans protected from job discrimination

LGBT caucus members among city council "no" votes on Emanuel budget

Unabridged Bookstore's celebrates 35 years in business

Women's National Soccer Team honored at White House; Abby Wambach retires

Trans health group RAD Remedy continues to grow

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