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Windy City Times 2018-09-26

Straight Expectations, The Story of a Family in Transition

SAVOR Merchant; breakfast at The Palm

Billy Masters

Sidetrack's OUTspoken! Series, October's featured storytellers

Ball celebrates contributions of trans pioneer

Father, 12-year-old son take part in Ride for AIDS Chicago

Architect to discuss local projects Oct. 2 in Loop

E. Faye Butler in 'Gypsy' Oct. 12-Nov. 25

Pro-LGBTQ group HomeField forms

AIDS Run & Walk unveils 'Live True. Be You' at annual event

NUNN ON ONE Adam Rippon skates into success

Beverly Art Walk Sept. 29

Reviewing the movies of Reeling

Fall movie preview

'La Boheme' at Lyric Oct., Jan.

EXPO Chicago Sept. 27-30

Open House Chicago: Exploring historical sites for free

CSO performing with 'Bride of Frankenstein' screening Oct. 26

Black Ensemble to add 'Women of Soul'

Christina Aguilera in Chicago Oct. 16-17

'Homos' ends Sept. 30 at Pride Arts

Year and far, Holly Near talks '2018'

Brave Space Alliance holds transgender anti-violence rally

Immigrants, officials criticize Rauner vetoes

Dream Town has 'Be You' campaign

TransTech Summit Oct. 20 in Chicago

Lurie study seeks LGBTQ youth

Museum exhibit features '68 DNC

Safe Schools Alliance, PHIMC to merge

Report says only 1 in 4 young gay, bi men uses Truvada

Victory Fund brunch Oct. 14

Puerto Rican solidarity groups protest Trump administration's neglect

No small 'Change': Firebrand, TimeLine partner for 'Caroline'

Laramie, A Legacy event by Tectonic Theater Project, Raises over $100k

THEATER SPOTLIGHT Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill

Naked

Critics' Picks

THE AMAZON TRAIL There is no place like home

Gender-marker language changed on State Department website

Successful WERQ! job fair takes place at Center on Halsted

Aging gracefully: Don't speak of overcoats or bowels

Grant celebration of life Oct. 2

Bernard Brommel passes away at 88

Author Dan Kois talks 'Angels in America' in new book

Danai Gurira play to debut

Scathing Report Card Shows Government's Performance on Black LGBTQ+ People

New movie reclaims voice of 'Colette'

Rivendell Theatre Ensemble announces first shows, 2019 Blue Jean Ball

Congress Passes Spending Bill Without Child Welfare Discrimination Amendment

Charlies 25th anniversary

At Berlin, Harem of Oddities

Frankenstein

AVER meets in Chicago, elects president committed to transgender service

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