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Windy City Times 2014-11-26

Auto companies at top of equality index-but why Hyundai ?

Sugar & Spice: Parlor Pizza Bar

AFC prepares for World of Chocolate


TV veteran Verica to direct film in Chicago area

BOOKS Talking with iconic author Felice Picano

Windy City Queercast marks 600th show

Musical event examines the Black experience

OFF-BROADWAY 'Sylvester' musical: Serving realness

LETTERS Immigration reaction

VIEWS Reflections on the Transgender Day of Remembrance

In the Life: Nicole Bashor

Local Out & Equal branch receives award

Report: ACA has led to fewer uninsured LGBTs

Ald. Tunney receives award from Thresholds

Barlesque shatters fundraising record

Immigration executive order praised, criticized

New study suggests gay genetic link

Chicagoans among POZ 100 youth

Theater Spotlight, Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Dee Snider's Rock and Roll Christmas Tale


THEATER REVIEW Point and Shoot

OPERA REVIEW Porgy and Bess

Knight at the Movies: Happy Valley; film notes

UChicago students host homeless youth panel

Federal Judge strikes down Mississippi marriage ban

Center, chef host homeless dinner

LGBT activist Ouma on work, Tanzania and future hopes

Having HIV/AIDS: Fighting stigma

Evanston panel to discuss homeless LGBT youth

Toni Preckwinkle announces funding for Restorative Justice Programs

Arkansas, Mississippi have marriage bans overturned

Afraid of Dark to premiere at Chicago Cultural Center

WTTW to premiere @home with social media campaign

'Rubyfruit' Author Rita Mae Brown in Chicago Dec. 9

LGBTs react to Ferguson decision

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