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Windy City Times 2018-11-14

Ike Holter: The 'Right(lynd)' stuff

THE AMAZON TRAIL Going to the doctor

Black Alphabet Film Festival Nov. 16-17

Brynn Tannehill: Trans activist calls for action in new book

Madigan files suit after inn fails to pay damages

YEPP's 'Rise Up' taking place Nov. 14

HIV/AIDS researcher receives MacArthur Genius Grant

2nd Annual 'Sleep Out' Nov. 15

ELECTIONS 2018 Heuerman, Reneau secure victories

ELECTIONS 2019 Chicago NOW PAC backs Preckwinkle

Nigerian activist in Glen Ellyn on Nov. 18

The Merion offers an LGBT-inclusive senior living experience

The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce honoring Heels & Hardhats

Komen raises $600K during October

Erie marks success in HIV-suppression rates

Author Miriam Frank headlines CTU LGBTQIA+ event

ELECTIONS 2018 Personal PAC marks midterm successes

ELECTIONS 2018 Pritzker holds press conference, talks LGBT issues

GUEST COLUMN Battling Trump via art, an actor's superpower

Sophia Petrillo Italian Dinner and Talent Show to benefit Hell in a Handbag

Weiss psychologist earns WPATH award

Governors St. offers LGBTQIA scholarship

Competition aims to bring starter homes to working-class families

Alyson Stoner, actress/singer/dancer on Ms. Jackson, acting, coming out

Glad Rags' 'Wonder 'Under': An emotional kaleidoscope

Director Borden to appear after Born in Flames screening

Chicago Dramatists has leadership changes

Joffrey's 'Swan Lake' draws on Degas, backstage drama

Joffrey's 'Swan Lake' draws on Degas, backstage drama

Joffrey Ballet names winners of choreographic competition

A Cradle Song Part Five

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