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Windy City Times 2016-07-19

At GOP convention, speakers make LGBT attacks, outreach

Reeling LGBTQ film fest returns Sept. 22-29

OUTspoken LGBT storytelling at Sidetrack marks 2 years Aug 2

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Katja Bavendam on her 'Giant Life'

VIEWS Crayons and Black lives

World news: France's blood ban, Prince Harry, Nice attack

Jazz Jennings part of TLC's block party

Dining news: Restaurant closings, Smack Shack, Uncle Julio's

National roundup: FBI finding, Trevor Project, Cleveland action, Obergefell

BOOK REVIEW Stand by Me: The Forgotten History of Gay Liberation

Michigan activist Montgomery dies

Gay defense analyst Rachel Hoff won't 'leave' GOP over anti-LGBT platform

BENT NIGHTS Taste of Chicago

THEATER REVIEW Kin Folk

Silk Road Rising announces 2016-2017 season

Local entertainment news

Out teachers talk anti-bullying plans at NNSTOY confab

Entertainment news: 'Tarzan' kiss, Christian Siriano, Abby Wambach, Mary Lambert

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