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Windy City Times 2016-06-22

Chicago Pride Parade lineup released

The Legacy Live series explores LGBT history

Transgender measure passes City Council vote

Nat'l HIV Testing Day June 27

Chicago Filmmakers offering scholarships

'Candypants' film gets support from doc group

Actor Tim Daly on his father's sexuality

Black LGBT films at library branch

BOOK REVIEW Ask a Queer Chick: A Guide to Sex, Love and Life for Girls Who Dig Girls

'I Wanna Be...' event July 13 at Goodman

Dance for Life marks 25 years on Aug. 20

Upcoming: 'Make Music Chicago', Snubfest, 'Rhythm World', 'Company'

Upcoming: Clandestina, CRUSH for alternative women, Toni Shelton house-music, Girls in Boystown

In the Life: Sandi Robinson

Navy Pier partnering with nonprofits

'Sober and Proud' on June 25

Pride Parade June 26

Windy City Times 30 Under 30 Honors event held


Chicago Pride Fest, more photos

Letters to the editor: A call for unity

LGBT gun-rights group sees membership spike

GUEST COLUMN Know Your Rights: Combating Health Care Discrimination

Never forget: The faces of Orlando

Plenty of sports events slated for Pride Weekend

BOOKS Psychologist writes about 'gender creative' children

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Tina Landau bringing 'Spongebob' to town

'BITE' opens July 11

THEATER REVIEW Batboy the Musical

Theater spotlight on GayCo, Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Thaddeus and Slocum: A Vaudeville Adventure

THEATER REVIEW The House That Will Not Stand

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Cosmetics conversations

17th Annual 30 Under 30 to honor youth June 22

Knight at the Movies: Pride at the movies; Oriented

VIEWS In the aftermath of Orlando: Beyond ISIS

One year since marriage equality


NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Life is a parade for Monica Raymund

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