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  BREAKING NEWS

 
Trans woman D'isaya Dior Monaee Smith, a victim of violence, dies
Chicago Ald. Cappleman attacked
Polis marriage marks first same-sex wedding of sitting governor
Former HRC President Alphonso David accuses organization of racism
Pride Fest will extend to Oct. 3; headliners include Kristine W and Mya
HRC fires its president, Alphonso David
Afghan LGBTQs in peril, with little help in sight
HRC president refuses to resign, despite co-chairs' reported request
Chicago Pride Parade cancelled

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Chicago Ald. Cappleman attacked
On the night of Sept. 18, Chicago Ald. James Cappleman was attacked in the Uptown area of the city, The Chicago Tribune reported. Cappleman, in charge of the 46th Ward, is one of five members of ... more
 


  

Trans woman D'isaya Dior Monaee Smith, a victim of violence, dies

  

Naper Pride hosts inaugural Pride fest

  

First Floor Theater announces 2021-22 season

  

ARCHITECTURE Thompson Center Idea Competition winners named

  

Gay Games XI postponed because of pandemic


   Local

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A new street festival comes home to Andersonville
The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce presented the new event Andersonville Homecoming on Sept. 24-26. As guests entered the area blocked off Clark Street between Catalpa and Summerdale avenues, a $10 donation fee was suggested to benefit ... more
 


  

Defend Abortion Access marches/rallies planned across Illinois Oct. 2

  

Ex-NU professor to stand trial in sexual thrill-kill case

  

Latinx Humanist Alliance, American Humanist Association hosting activism training

  

Crystal Lake's Raue Center for the Arts opens new school

  

Chicago announces strategic plan to address gender-based violence, human trafficking


   Nation & World

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Liz Cheney: 'I was wrong' to oppose same-sex marriage
U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney said—in a segment of the CBS show 60 Minutes that aired Sept. 26—she was "wrong" to oppose same-sex marriage when her objection to it caused a public split with her family, including ... more
 


  

Lambda Literary to expand LGBTQ Writers in Schools Program in New York City schools

  

R. Kelly found guilty of racketeering

  

Nearly two-thirds of Swiss residents vote for marriage equality


   Film / TV / Gossip

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Billy Masters
"Honey, turn that clock off; I ain't paying no attention to it. Turn it off—turn it off!"—Debbie Allen during her acceptance speech for the Governors Award at the Primetime Emmys. Four co-hosts go in, two come ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ Transgender Talent, celebrity deaths, film festival, Whitney Houston

  

MOVIES 24-hour horror marathon at Music Box on Oct. 23-24

  

'Firebird' opens Reeling Chicago LGBTQ+ Internat'l Film Fest tonight


   Theater / Dance

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THEATER 'Moulin Rouge!,' gay play 'The Inheritance' win top Tonys
Moulin Rouge! The Musical was the runaway winner at the Tony Awards on Sept. 26, snagging 10 awards. Among its honors were Best Musical, Best Performance By an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical ... more
 


  

Next OUTspoken 'Storytelling Night' Oct. 5

  

Joffrey's Nutcracker returns for the holidays

  

TimeLine Theatre Company announces 25th Anniversary Season


   Music

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LGBTQ+ lullaby album to be released Oct. 28
Broadway Records announced the impending release of The Rainbow Lullaby—which the label said is "the world's first LGBTQ lullaby album." The album will be available Thursday, Oct. 28, wherever digital music is sold and on BroadwayRecords.com. ... more
 


  

R. Kelly found guilty of racketeering

  

MUSIC ROUNDUP: Riot Fest rocks and rolls with the punches

  

Pitchfork Music Festival returns and turns 15 in 2021


   Books / Art

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Crystal Lake's Raue Center for the Arts opens new school
On its 20th anniversary, the Crystal Lake, Illinois-based nonprofit organization Raue Center for the Arts has launched a new school. Raue Center School for the Arts (RCSA) will provide youth and adult classes in a wide ... more
 


  

Lambda Literary to expand LGBTQ Writers in Schools Program in New York City schools

  

Month-long Open House Chicago 2021 to feature in-person site visits Oct. 16-17

  

Chicago's holiday cultural and arts events to reopen for in-person


   Trans

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SHOWBIZ Transgender Talent, celebrity deaths, film festival, Whitney Houston
Transgender Talent—the trans-owned and operated management and production company—is looking to help Hollywood get better at portraying transgender and non-binary characters on screen with the launch of a new consulting ... more
 


  

Trans woman D'isaya Dior Monaee Smith, a victim of violence, dies

  

THEATER Ex-'Jagged Little Pill' performers accuse production of anti-TGNC behavior

  

Brittany Devon meets a 'Platonic Girlfriend'


   AIDS & Health

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Proceeds from 30th Annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago to help
CHICAGO — On Saturday, Oct. 2, at 9:30 a.m., more than 1,700 advocates and supporters will gather safely at Soldier Field to participate in the 30th annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago (ARWC) to support individuals ... more
 


  

Defend Abortion Access marches/rallies planned across Illinois Oct. 2

  

Black Leadership Advocacy Coalition for Healthcare Funding Equity (BLACHFE) launches

  

LGBTQ blood donation discrimination assessed, PULSE shootings cited


   Lesbian

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WORLD Germany's compensation, Lyra McKee, LGBTQ Afghans, tennis player
Germany has compensated almost 250 people who were prosecuted or investigated under a Nazi-era law criminalizing homosexuality, according to euronews. By September, 317 people had applied for compensation for their ... more
 


  

NATIONAL Carl Bean dies, LGBT History Month, military events, Dykes on Bikes

  

Constand breaks silence about Bill Cosby

  

PASSAGES Pioneering lesbian business owner Susan Mazer dies


   Sports

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SPORTS Chicago Sky score another playoff win, beating Minnesota
The sixth-seeded Chicago Sky (2-0) defeated the third-seeded Minnesota Lynx (0-1) 89-76 at the Target Center in Minneapolis in round two of the 2021 WNBA playoffs on Sept. 26. With the win, the franchise moves on ... more
 


  

SPORTS Chicago Fall Tennis Classic in gear with pro women players

  

SPORTS Chicago Red Stars edge Portland 2-1

  

SPORTS Chicago Sky win playoff game against Dallas Wings


   Youth

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Crystal Lake's Raue Center for the Arts opens new school
On its 20th anniversary, the Crystal Lake, Illinois-based nonprofit organization Raue Center for the Arts has launched a new school. Raue Center School for the Arts (RCSA) will provide youth and adult classes in a wide ... more
 


  

Indiana students sue over gay-straight club's alleged treatment

  

[UPDATE] Lisle school offers job to lacrosse coach in same-sex marriage

  

OPALGA+ Scholarship Gala taking place Oct. 23
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