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Hedwig' tour in Chicago in 2019

'Unicorn Ball' Dec. 15 at The Shapiro

WORLD Marriage news, HIV prosecution, Cuba travel

Artist Tom Bachtell on exhibit and late partner Andrew Patner

Thrift shop exhibits AIDS artwork by homeless youth

Report shows most budget-friendly LGBTQ campuses

Trans author talks 'gender outlaws,'prison breaks in novel

SAG nominees include 'A Star Is Born,' 'Maisel'

Billy Masters

A Cradle Song: Part Nine

BOOK REVIEW Honor Girl/Lost Soul, Be at Peace

MOMBIAN's LGBTQ children's book gift guide

Wrightwood 659 celebrates social justice, architecture

With Kavanaugh on the court, what now for LGBTQ rights?

Coming out to your kids in midlife

Black LGBTQ/SGL Group Urges Courageous Conversations During Holidays

152 LGBTQ Elected Officials Call on 116th Congress to Act on Four Key Initiatives

'Activists and Icons' at Holocaust Museum through June 23

Day With(out) Art screening Dec. 15

Providers launch statewide plan to stop new HIV infections

NRA settles with 'The Bean' artist

IN THE LIFE Lala Thomas

The Play That Goes Wrong

Santa Speedo Run

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