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Windy City Times 2015-04-22

Baconfest: The annual meat-and-greet

Documentary drives down memory lane

The Baton becomes 'Transformative'

Honors: Groff, Tambor, Skilling

VIEWS Conversion therapy's deadly outcomes

LETTERS Issues and answers

Political-science panel addresses support of LGBT rights

Gay activist reflects on Stonewall, music and recovery

Survey: LGBTs live mainly on coasts

Election dates set for Schock seat; ex-U.S. rep sued

Chicago couple part of Hillary Clinton announcement

National roundup: Fla. adoption; Ky. ruling; GOP guv goes to gay wedding

Dining: Dining Out for Life; Joe Fish open for lunch; Graham Elliot

Chicagoan loses 225 pounds, needs financial help for surgeries

Luella's Southern Kitchen; 'Piggly Wiggly' sandwich

Annual fundraiser aims to help Cuba

Sonoma to host LGBT business expo

Lakeside Pride salutes 'Mr. Holland's Opus'

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks


THEATER REVIEW Between You, Me and the Lampshade



SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT 'Look'-ing at Laura Jacqmin's production

Josh Groban's new CD out April 28

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Dar Williams: On androgyny, labels and independence

ACLU honors state Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie

Inclusive ministry battles spread of LGBT hatred in Africa

Michelangelo Signorile reminds us why 'It's Not Over'

Upcoming: Rita Moreno; Gender Fusions; Film Festival

Entertainment: Andrew Rannells; Cher; Hugh Jackman; 'Orange Is the New Black'

World news: Turing notebook; South African runner; Malawi law

Night of Noise puts LGBTQ youth issues on blast

Michfest to close doors after 40 Years, community responds

Nominations sought for 30 Under 30 Awards

Knight at the Movies: 'First Period' and second and third and...

MUSIC Lesbian fronts band Fit for Rivals

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