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Windy City Times 2015-11-04

VIEWS Running through cancer while helping others

GUEST COLUMN LGBTQ and long-term care: What you need to know

CORPORATE DIVERSITY KPMG leads way in diversity of thought

Open To Thinking: PEN protests the rise of anti-LGBTQ legislation

GUEST COLUMN: Sleeping out for youth

Activist, author Mixner brings unique story to Chicago

Proud to Run 2016 now accepting beneficiary applications

California Civil Rights Coalition ready to fight following Houston LGBT vote

Season of Concern marks 30 years

Entertainment, retail, residential complex opens in Lincoln Park

LGBT Community Fund requests Letters of Inquiry for transformational grants

THEATER REVIEW The Firestorm

THEATER REVIEW R&J: The Vineyard

THEATER REVIEW Design for Living

Theater Spotlight; Critics' Picks

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Desperately seeking ... HIV?

Report looks at employment bias

CORPORATE DIVERSITY Fashion and business: The bowties of Dapper and Urban

PASSAGES Franklyn Roger Margason, 81, dies

Salt Lake City may have lesbian mayor

Positively Aware marks 25 years with MBC event

Report covers marriage, philanthropy

Hundreds attend Personal PAC luncheon

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