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Windy City Times 2015-11-10


NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Fancy is revealed

BENT NIGHTS Joe Jackson at Thalia Hall

CONCERTS Janet Jackson's 'Unbreakable' show entertains

BOOK REVIEW I'll Never Write By Memoirs

BOOK REVIEW The Color of Character

Upcoming: Lakeside Pride; Gay chorus; Martin and Short; Fashion gala; Miley Cyrus

Dining news: Veterans Day; free petit fours

World news: France's blood ban; Elton John; IBM excels

Entertainment: Anderson Cooper; Michelle Rodriguez; debuts; J.Lo vs. Mariah

Lesbian author recalls time among the Hasidim

Ka'Riel Gaiter talks new role at YEPP, social-justice activism

MUSIC Out singer Sam Gleaves set to release Appalachian CD

Moto opens; SkinnyPop founder buys mansion

National roundup: Kameny honored; military rape; anti-gay attacks

Marriage-equality architect Wolfson reflects, looks forward

Law-school event looks at Obergefell

Supreme Court birth control ruling will affect millions of LGBTQs

ACLU Sues on behalf of Black transgender woman illegally profiled, jailed

Task Force lauds Missouri students' courage, racial justice campaign

Obama backs Equality Act

NUNN ON ONE Linda Gray talks, AIDS activism and playing a trans role

Chicago homeless, advocates confront Ald. Cappleman

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