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Windy City Times 2016-10-05

National: Calif. bills, DignityUSA slams pope, bisexual governor

Gay series 'Feral' on Dekkoo.com

Dance collaborations to be held Oct. 8

A'ville Arts Weekend Oct. 14-16

WEDDINGS Rody-Sollors

SAVOR Leghorn's pro-LGBT move; Identita Golose

AFC's Project Elevate hosts premiere of video vignettes

Gay-bar literary submissions wanted

Ear Taxi Festival on Oct. 5-10

Northwestern to run LGBT, AIDS exhibitions

Theater Spotlight on I Am Who I Am, Critics' Picks

Legacy Walk dedication to honor Sylvia Rivera, Vito Russo

MOVIES Bruce Vilanch, Cleve Jones discuss Vito Russo, Celluloid Closet

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT GayCo at 20

Recognizing National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In the Life: Hadley Rue

Israeli activists talk LGBT rights

UN official to look into anti-LGBTI abuses

Marriage plaintiff Windsor remarries

'Change Chat' takes on bisexuality

OPEN TO THINKING Dickie V. and Me: Sexual Identity in 1950s America

THEATER REVIEW The City of Conversation

THEATER REVIEW Hand to God

THEATER REVIEW Man in the Ring

Billy Masters

Victory Fund statement: Future debates must address LGBT issues

Jose Antonio Vargas on the forefront of an emerging U.S.

Building Berwyn: LGBT candidates on Feb. election slate

'Loving' movie emjois include same-sex couples

Vigil for T.T. honors slain trans woman, celebrates Black trans power

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