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Windy City Times 2016-11-15

PASSAGES Remembering Neysa

Gross Indecency: Three Trials of Oscar Wilde has women in traditionally male roles

CMSA's Pride Bowl honored nationally

NUNN ON ONE: TV Real Housewife Cynthia Bailey walks the runway alone

BOOK REVIEW Marilyn Forever

NUNN ON ONE: MUSICALS Wesley Edwards talks 'Reindeer' games

Dining news: Yoshi's Cafe, Jean Banchet Awards, Thanksgiving options

World news: LGBTI Ugandans, Australian prime minister, Warwick Rowers

National roundup: People of the Year, Donald Trump, Rachel Maddow

Chicago's Featherproof Books gets heavy with post-election activism

NC to issue accurate birth certificates for kids born to married same-sex couples

Poz Magazine announces "Poz 100" for 2016

Gay roots: Talking with early activist Philip Raia

Entertainment: Wanda Sykes, 'Transformation,' female superheroes, John Legend

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