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Windy City Times 2013-05-08

Estate planning: Protect your pets

A Fierce and Fabulous night benefits IL Safe Schools Alliance

Lesbian aims to help those in poverty

Chasing a Saturday

Tea with Edie and Fitz


Center on Halsted's GED program starting

We are Family...aren't we?: Searching for community

Ohio trans murder sparks fear, anger over media coverage

Fla. board allows GSAs

Gay soccer player Rogers meets with Chicago Fire

Chicago Gay Men's Chorus celebrates The Music of the Beatles

Pop Making Sense

Chicago House celebrates 26th annual Spring Brunch and Fashion Show

Vaginal Davis entertains at The Art Institute

Beverly Citibank employee alleges anti-gay discrimination

Jane Fonda talks Harvey Milk: new Sylvester CD

LGBT group at 'Star Trek' premiere; pro-gay Brazilian priest banned

Delaware passes marriage equality; Smith College looking at trans policies

Oz Characters Battle Wicked Witch in Chicago

NCAVP spotlights three Black trans homicides in April

Iron Man 3

Lisa Loeb on her album, eyewear and Lilith Fair

History of LGBT travel presentation featured at IGLTA convention

Sara Bareilles brings it to Chicago

When Cruising Goes Bad: The private aspects of public indecency

Bars For Life: LGBTQs and sex offender registries

City Council adopts LGBT sports resolution

With Malice Aforethought: LGBTQs and the criminal justice system

Equality House ally at Legacy benefit

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