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Windy City Times 2015-11-25

Windy City Times 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

AUTOS: VEHICLE REVIEW 2015 Toyota Prius: A handsome, economical dullard

A'ville shopping; Hilarity Davenport's; Oy to the World; youth talk; Transfluent

BOOK REVIEW And Then I Danced

Trans poet H. Melt releases new collection

Remy presenting 'Fallen Angels'

VIEWS Where's Log Cabin Republican activism?

SENIOR MOMENTS Gollums, Muppets and orcs

In the Life: Jamie Fornal

Northwestern professor on the making of LGBTQ history

Panel weighs family-planning options and obligations

World AIDS Day in Chicago

Video showing death of Laquan McDonald released, responses begin

Wis. school cancels book after anti-gay group's possible suit

Theater Spotlight; Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW No More Sad Things

THEATER REVIEW Pocatello

THEATER REVIEW You Can't Take It with You

New shows in New York

Billy Masters

Gay chorus to get funky in Nov., Dec.

Knight at the Movies: Tab Hunter Confidential

'So You Think' dancer on the show and being out

Briefs: PrEP study; Point opens applications; Social workers to be honored

Trans couple talk romance, work, activism

Axelrod speaks on working for Obama

Berwyn school district offering pro-trans policies, outreach

TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE 2015 Trans rabbi speaks at observance

TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE 2015 Citywide events honor fallen heroes

Chicago sex ed gets makeover; youth launch 'Chicago Wears Condoms' campaign

Legacy Wall Traveling LGBT History Exhibit part of Youth Summit

Trans man harassed, mistaken for ISIS member

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