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Windy City Times 2016-02-02

Teacher talks about coming out and being 'OUTspoken'

Indiana gay-rights measure killed

Dining: Analogue dinner; Vanille grand opening; Super Bowl events

National: Gay Senate candidate; Utah pro-LGBT bill; Rentboy indictment

World: Marriage in Mexico; hate-crime survey; gay diver retires

Entertainment: Ricky Martin; Vampire Weekend; Celebrity Apprentice; Tim Gunn

'Queer Brown Voices' discussed at WC&F

Rosemont hosts travel/adventure show

Lesbian and Gay Bar Association of Chicago names Cecilia Horan President

Theater Spotlight: La Voix Humaine; Critic's Picks

THEATER REVIEW The Man Who Murdered Sherlock Holmes

THE RACE IS ON: Tight race between Clinton and Sanders

COMEDY Margaret Smith talks Ellen, stealing jokes

LETTERS Comments on Creating Change protest continue

"Fight Song" charity cabaret concert benefits local groups

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