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 2016-01-05

Looking back: World news

Disc and That: DVDs to see

BOOK REVIEW What We Left Behind

Looking back: National passages

Anti-LGBTIQ discrimination costs lives, global economic prosperity

Nat'l LGBT, racial, health groups file amicus brief with high court on abortion

Quigley, Howard Brown, HHS push to enroll LGBTs in Healthcare Marketplace

Lyric Opera of Chicago presents opera Der Rosenkavalier

Gay8 Festival to debut in Miami's Little Havana

Dining news: Nothing Bundt Cakes; Bar Toma brunch

World news: Intersex Kenyan; Chinese law; gender-fluid lion

National roundup: Huckabee/Cruz; misgendering could be fined; holiday attack

Lesbian SLC mayor takes oath; Tutu's daughter marries partner

Gene Siskel Film Center hosts 88th Academy Awards Nominations Panel

Trans artists submissions sought for New Devised Work: [Trans]formation.

'Gotta Dance' has red-carpet premiere

National Gay Media Association expands national reach

Historic Chicago reparations payments begin to survivors of police torture

Policy brief: "Bathroom bills" threaten trans people's health, opportunities

Affordable Care Act press conference focuses on LGBT community

State Sen. Delgado to leave office

Cook County, Greater Chicago Food Depository announce Food Access Plan

President Obama on gun reform

Entertainment: 'Tangerine'; Colton Haynes; Jussie Smollett; Diana Ross

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