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Windy City Times 2016-07-13

Ride for AIDS culminates with emotional festival

MUSIC Steven Tyler climbs 'Out on a Limb'

Knight at the Movies

THEATER 'Space Age' focuses on queer kids of color

DANCIN' FEATS Thodos' 'New Dances,' unplugged

VIEWS...While Black

New CEO speaks on Lambda Legal's future visibility

VIEWS The Problem is Fear: Gun Control and the LGBT Community in Orlando's wake

Obama at memorial for Dallas officers, speaks of African American despair

BI AND BI: Evan Rachel Wood provides Forest fire

'Out at the Sox' topped with Sox win

Health guide released for uninsured, underinsured

Karen Olivo, Miguel Cervantes and Alexander Gemignani join Chicago Hamilton cast

Say it Ain't Pence: Is Trump About to Double Down on his Anti-LGBTQ Agenda?

Theater spotlight on WOZ: A Rock Cabaret, Critics' Picks

OPERETTA REVIEW The Cousin from Nowhere

THEATER REVIEW Wastwater

Relationships & Law Today: Transgender Phobia Continues

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