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Windy City Times 2015-12-02

TRAVEL Cincinnati, northern Kentucky: Good times, A (art) to Z (Zula)

Windy City Times 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

Hug/cuddle group for gay single men arrives in Chicago

Chicago Artists Chorale reveals 'Variations'

Upcoming: Jess Godwin; Quire's 'Don We Now; Irving Berlin; more

BOOK REVIEW What Color Is Your Hoodie?: Essays on Black Gay Identity

OP-ED by Andy Thayer: An un-civil war; Ald. Cappleman response

LETTERS 'Sleep' and sweeps; Affinity Community Services "As We Give Thanks"

In the Life: Raul Redaggio

PASSAGES Rev. Rodney E. Reinhart

Theater spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Holidaze

THEATER REVIEW A Christmas Carol

THEATER REVIEW Ibsen's Ghosts

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Couple of Cowards

Youth trans group announces launch on South Side

AN AMERICAN STORY Writer/consultant Kerry Eleveld on new book, LGBT issues

Imperial Court marks 50 years of outreach, activism

Schock camp sends 3,000+ records to feds

Open To Thinking: Writers at risk, A global pandemic

U.S. Rep. Quigley talks transgender task force

Lack of comprehensive sex ed putting LGBTQ youth at risk

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