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Windy City Times 2013-08-27

Depeche Mode show: A tale of electronics and parking

Gay poker player nears $5 million in winnings

Chicagoan Ray Gunn is international king of burlesque

CLAIM to honor founder Gail T. Smith at Oct. 2 benefit

Fulton's corn menu; actor David Eigenberg's appearance

Table Fifty-Two: Art Smith's labor of love

GLAAD releases first index for movie studios

Continental pageants on Labor Day weekend

Lakeview East arts festival Sept. 14-15

GayCo to present '#GodHates Hashtags'

Milwaukee Art Museum showing '30 Americans'

Mythical Proportions: The Fictional Life of Truth

VIEWS: PrEP considered

A Gay in the Life: Jay A. Gonnam

Spotlight on 9 to 5: The Musical

The Last Cyclist

Bo Thomas and the Case of the Sky Pirates


The Lockout: A Musical; O'Brien and O'Brian


LGBT Open Letter on 50th Anniversary of March on Washington

NM judge orders county clerks to issue marriage licenses

Gay-friendly Uptown church looks to expand

Osiris Khepera: His fear was no drag

Ceremony held for LGBTQA youth ministry leaders

Billy Masters

LETTERS The March on Washington

Crossroads Fund hosting Angela Davis Sept. 7

Former Republican chairman Brady to lobby for marriage bill

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