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Windy City Times 2015-10-14

Kanela Streeterville

Billy Masters

Reeling announces festival winners

Upcoming film, music: I Am the Queen; Homolatte

BOOK REVIEW Stonewall: Breaking Out in the Fight for Gay Rights

LETTERS Creating housing

MOMBIAN A change of season

Victory Fund CEO talks organizing, post-marriage decision

History is for kids

Oct. 15 is Nat'l Latino AIDS Awareness Day

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks


THEATER REVIEW The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence


THEATER REVIEW Ride the Cyclone

Knight at the Movies: Chicago Internat'l Film Festival LGBT highlights

Out & Equal debuts company guidelines

Upcoming events: Positively Aware event; Mexican HIV/AIDS campaign; Project&

HIV, day to day: The truth about consequences

Legacy Walk unveils five new bronze memorial plaques

LGBT HISTORY MONTH Transgender forward

Cubs joy spreads across Wrigleyville and throughout Boystown

LETTER: Latinos and HIV, breaking the silence and shame

BOOKS Gloria Steinem recounts 'Life on the Road,' legacy

Democratic debate: Two of five mentioned LGBT support in opening remarks

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