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Windy City Times 2014-10-08

WSGA thrives after more than 40 years in the gay community

Proud to Run opens applications for 2015 beneficiaries

News notes: Local entertainment, events

Billy Masters

Sugar & Spice: Brunch at Trenchermen

LGBT athletes: making an impact on and off the field

LETTERS Know the risk

VIEWS Family with gay dads shines in new middle-grade novel

Gay in the Life: Carla Therese Bruni

Notes: Holy Name event Oct. 14; NU school asks orientation

Steel Panther, Judas Priest and a fire festival

Alan Cumming in Conversation at Music Box Theatre Oct. 13



THEATER REVIEW The World of Extreme Happiness

DANCIN' FEATS Heidi Latsky dancer reinvents himself--twice

THEATER REVIEW At Home at the Zoo

Robert Patrick: One of oldest gay playwrights on theater history

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Mary Lambert tells her 'Secrets'

Chicago House Speaker Series to tackle LGBTQ poverty

Dustin Lance Black talks marriage rights, traveling and London

CIFF's LGBT highlights: Week one

NUNN ON ONE Gay actor from 'Nurse Jackie' shows theater chops

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

Alliance brunch looks at progress, challenges for safe schools

Facebook trying to fix policy

CDC releases numbers about HIV care, treatment

Legacy Project to add seven plaques to outdoor museum

'Do Ask, Do Tell' symposium features Kristin Beck

Marriage article in state bar journal

Guerrilla Queer Bar co-founders criticize new incarnation

LGBT HISTORY MONTH Oscar Wilde in Chicago

LGBTQ youth job fair Oct. 22 at Center

Knight at the Movies: Pride; film notes

LGBTQ-friendly senior housing now open

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