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Windy City Times 2017-06-21

Quigley makes statement on Pride

Pier Pride at Navy Pier to host AIDS Memorial Quilt, full day of Pride events

MillerCoors celebrates Pride Month with Tap Into Change, investing in community

St. Sukie de la Croix novel out in July

Pride North Festival, Sun., June 25

SAVOR Arun's

PrideFest Milwaukee 2017 sets historic attendance record

Registration open for AIDS Run & Walk

Force advance to championship

Billie Jean King delivers speech at NU commencement

Marathon man leads LGBT running club

Remembering NAMES

Pet Shop Boys to release 'Catalogue: 1985-2012'


Macy's raises the rainbow at musical Pride event

MUSIC Lakeside Pride supports LGBTQs at high volumes

Libraries marking GLBT Book Month

BOOK REVIEW/ INTERVIEW Jews, Queers, Germans: A Novel

Gender JUST double feature June 23

BOOKS 'Ghosts of St. Vincent's': A talk with Tom Eubanks

BOOK REVIEW Game Changers: The Unsung Heroines of Sports History

Clinton to speak at ALA conference

BOOKS 'In Bed' with activist Anne-christine d'Adesky

Entire 'Boystown' series to be released

Sam Kirk designs ADA-accessible penthouse

Milly's Orchid Show '29 Years and Holdin' July 29

MUSIC Taylor Bennett on Urban Outfitters, hip-hop and more

'Mamby' names 2017 artists

Tours mark Wright's 150th birthday

TELEVISION Jason Matheson: Aiming to make it big

ATC play explores Kerrigan/Harding

Art expo announces DuSable tie-in

Lady Gaga at Wrigley on Aug. 25

Michelle Shocked in town this summer

W&CF bookstore makes HuffPo list

Gay artist's works at MOCA Cleveland

Lookingglass ED Kraft to exit

'Nuns in Charge' through July 16

THEATER REVIEW The Golden Girls: The Lost Episodes

DANCIN' FEATS Kaitlin Webster: Who's the edgy one now?

LETTERS Forging an alliance

VIEWS A sadder Pride because of Washington inaction

Psychologist talks sexual orientation, LGBQ-affirmative therapy

VIEWPOINT, THE AMAZON TRAIL A 10th anniversary at sea

VIEWS LGBTQ pride events display disparities

Youth Outlook to honor Garofalo

Health experts call for better management during drug shortage

Johnson among Gilead recipients

'Two Queens' preview at Reunion June 27

Social worker to be honored as leader

Howard Brown expands program for assault survivors

ALMA/PRAA Pride event June 23

John Hassey rises up for the role of a lifetime

Or Chadash Pride reception June 23

Center's Pride kickoff June 23

HRC releases buying guide

Report shows spike in bullying

Caucus open house June 22 at Affinity

Ken Schneck on his travelogue, radio show and teaching career

MB Financial holds Pride event

TPAN returns to Edgewater location

Hall of Fame hosts annual 'Pride and Joy' reception

Art expo announces DuSable tie-in

Kathy Bates to headline Oct. 2 event

Vernita Gray LGBT Youth Fund seeks donations for yearly grant

Panel examines trans, GNC individuals of color and the police

UIC launches injectable PrEP study

3rd District Rep. Lipinski faces another challenger

Local attorneys make LGBT Bar's list

Pride brunch promotes reflection on religion, inclusivity

Serbia has first lesbian leader

GUEST COLUMN From the Inside Out

The Golden Girls, The Lot Episodes, extended through Aug. 26

Pride Feat 2017 photos

Vancouver link to European court ruling against Russia's 'gay propaganda' law

Pulse shootings remembered at Pride

EY executive urges workplace leaders to value diversity

Dykes on Bikes support Asian-American group in trademark effort

Clerk David Orr announces he will not seek 2018 re-election

LGBT veterans' monument in national cemetery vandalized

LGBT-friendly Logan Square housing gets CHA approval

Journey To The Center Of Pride at Annoyance Theater after the Pride Parade

Biker-club play through June 28


Spotlight on Gaywatch

LGBTQ drama through July 16

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER 'The King and' Kavin Panmeechao



THEATER REVIEW Bette Davis Ain't for Sissies

'Lives: Visible' film June 23, 28 at Siskel

18th annual 30 Under 30 Awards on Wed., June 21

Sedaris, Ginsburg, Ailey dancers part of Auditorium's season

Pushing buttons

48th Annual Chicago Pride Parade information from PRIDEChicago

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