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Windy City Times 2015-10-07

KNIGHT AT THE MOVIES 'Freeheld' kicks off fall

SAVOR Bernie's Lunch & Supper

THEATER All Girl Dracula: Interview with the vampire and a director

Billy Masters

MOVIES Talking with 'Freeheld' screenwriter Ron Nyswaner

LETTER Kim Hunt on moving on

SENIOR MOMENTS My mother and Kentucky clerk Kim Davis

2nd LGBT group to march in NYC St. Patrick's parade

In The Life: Nomi Williams

Safe-schools group honors allies, advocates at homecoming

Lambda Legal expands LGBT youth advocacy

Open To Thinking: Religious liberty USA style

VIEWS My disappointment with the pontiff's visit

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

THEATER REVIEW Scream, Queen, Scream!



Upcoming theater: 'Avenue Q'; 'Honeymoon'


Trans murder is 20th this year

LGBT HISTORY MONTH P.L. Travers: A spoonful of speculation

Chicagoans to 'Sleep Out' to fight youth homelessness

First UK LBQ Web series makes transatlantic debut

BOOKS Read this! Chatting with 'I Hope My Mother...' author Greg Scarnici

Upcoming: Steinem; Mary Chapin Carpenter; Miley Cyrus; Halloween

Talk on youth homelessness Oct. 27 at All Chicago

PASSAGES Former TPAN counselor Sir Bear Abbott dies

Pride Action Tank launches to foster collaborative LGBTQ work

LGBT Student Safety Program piloted in LA school district

2015 CRFC Bill of Rights in Action award goes to marriage plaintiffs

Northlight Theatre takes audiences to 'Charm' school

Books events: LGBT history; violence against queer people; Black gay identity

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