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Windy City Times 2016-10-04

BENT NIGHTS Yoko and the Oh No's; Atta Boi

VIEWS How providers can address disparities in LGBTQ patient health

ALMA announces scholarship

Dining news: Tuscany restaurants, 312 Chicago, fourteensixteen

World: Nuns' civil union, Israelis hosting soldiers, medical news

THEATER REVIEW Visiting Edna

Lin-Manuel Miranda visits dance company

IVI-IPO hosting Glynn Sudberry Awards Oct. 7

Obergefell, plaintiff in supreme court marriage equality case, here on Coming Out Day

Black Panthers and Gay Liberation Front: Did Black Lives Matter then, too?

Before Stonewall, there was Cooper Donuts

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Nico Scholly sets sail on 'Below Deck'

'Before Stonewall' series Oct. 11, 18

Evanston synagogue welcomes its first female and lesbian rabbi

Entertainment news: Broadway stars, Michelle Rodriguez, Lil Wayne, 'Drag Race'

LGBT History Month honors ex-president, athletes, actors

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