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Windy City Times 2017-05-10

TRAVEL: Getting Out: LGBTQ events and mainstream treats

TRAVEL in ILLINOIS LGBTs in Oak Park and Western Cook County

TRAVEL IN ILLINOIS Oak Park: The Village Wright Built

IPV study taking place at NU

Advocates reflect on District 211 electoral victory

LGBT housing lecture May 11

SAGE partners with AARP for LGBT elders initiative

Darwin receives LAGBAC award

'On the Table' to promote civic conversation May 16

Legal Council for Health Justice holds annual May Ball

SheFest, performance art celebrates Chicago's queer female, non-binary artists

Reproductive rights measure heads to Rauner's desk

STAYCATION REVIEW The highs of Loews Chicago Hotel

TRAVEL IN ILLINOIS Four towns in DOWNSTATE ILLINOIS well worth the time

VIEWPOINT LGBT hater Mark Green: A blessing in disguise

POLITICS Marie Newman: Lipinski's 3rd District challenger

GUEST COLUMN A second chance at death

Discrimination in Texas: House Passes Anti-LGBTQ Bill HB 3859

TRAVEL IN ILLINOIS Great River Road, National Forest, Wine Country, Indian Mounds, Eclipse

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