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CMSA files lawsuit against ex-treasurer, alleging fraud and misappropriation
COVID Report: Herd immunity unlikely to happen anytime soon
Actress Olympia Dukakis dies at 89
Former, current Chicago aldermen facing multiple charges
Hate mail threatening Obamas, Biden, Harris sent to DuSable
Exceptions the rule at 2021 Oscars
Deputy shoots Virginia gay man 10 times
Alabama governor signs anti-trans measure
Kansas, North Dakota governors veto anti-trans measures [UPDATE]

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CMSA files lawsuit against ex-treasurer, alleging fraud and misappropriation
The LGBTQA local organization known as the Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA) filed a five-count lawsuit May 4 in the Circuit Court of Cook County seeking damages and restitution from the former board treasurer Michael O. ... more
 


  

PASSAGES Retired Chicago Police Commander Nancy Y. Lipman dies

  

Kansas, North Dakota governors veto anti-trans measures [UPDATE]

  

Alabama governor signs anti-trans measure

  

Warrant issued for Joliet teacher accused of inappropriate communication with teen boy [UPDATE]

  

PASSAGES: AIDS activist, anti-imperalist organizer Tryfan Morys Eibhlyn Llwyd


   Local

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ART Terra Foundation awards $2.5M for permanent collection projects
The Terra Foundation for American Art announced the awarding of nearly $2.5 million in grants to 35 arts and cultural organizations throughout the country. These grants support projects through the foundation's new two-year exhibition grant initiative ... more
 


  

Jonathan Ned Katz talks new book, LGBTQ history, state of the world

  

Chicago Auto Show to return to McCormick Place in July

  

Northalsted plans to hold Market Days Aug. 6-8

  

Chicago Public Schools CEO stepping down

  

Five Worth Finding: Skydeck, a great Italian dinner and more


   Nation & World

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BOOKS Lambda Literary Awards to take place June 1
The 33rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards—which celebrates LGBTQ+ books and authors—will take place Tuesday, June 1, 6-8 p.m. Typically held in person in New York City, this year's Lammys will be presented virtually for the first ... more
 


  

Utah Supreme Court upholds transgender rights

  

The National Black Justice Coalition mourns death of Mikayla Miller

  

Home of LGBTQ pioneers Phyllis Lyon, Del Martin first San Francisco lesbian history landmark


   Film / TV / Gossip

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DANCE Hubbard Street's 'Half of Us' debuting May 20
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's (HSDC) 43rd season will be completed with the virtual world premiere of new work by choreographer/director Robyn Mineko Williams entitled "Half of Us," on Thursday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. The 16-minute ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ 'Master of None,' children's book, Kristen Stewart, expectant couple

  

Mackenzie Lansing lands juicy role on 'Mare of Easttown'

  

Actress Olympia Dukakis dies at 89


   Theater / Dance

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Cast announced for May 18 virtual reading of JEFFREY
CHICAGO — PrideArts today announced the full cast for its upcoming reading of Paul Rudnick's comedy JEFFREY. David Belew, founder and former artistic director of Eclectic Full Contact Theatre, will direct a cast that will include ... more
 


  

THEATER Artistic Director Anna Shapiro leaving Steppenwolf post

  

DANCE Hubbard Street's 'Half of Us' debuting May 20

  

Heather Headley to headline Goodman Theatre's May 22 virtual gala


   Music

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Mayor Lightfoot, DCASE announce Chicago summer events
CHICAGO — Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), Choose Chicago, and Chicago's cultural community today announced "Open Culture" — the next phase of ... more
 


  

Ravinia Festival announces 2021 summer programming

  

Northalsted plans to hold Market Days Aug. 6-8

  

Vintage House show honoring Chicago House Music with DJ Lori Branch May 5


   Books / Art

ART-Terra-Foundation-awards-25M-for-permanent-collection-projects
 
ART Terra Foundation awards $2.5M for permanent collection projects
The Terra Foundation for American Art announced the awarding of nearly $2.5 million in grants to 35 arts and cultural organizations throughout the country. These grants support projects through the foundation's new two-year exhibition grant initiative ... more
 


  

Art on theMART to project Obamas, Frida Kahlo

  

Mayor Lightfoot, DCASE announce Chicago summer events

  

DePaul Art Museum to reopen May 14


   Trans

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NATIONAL Black trans candidate, travel case, trans death, CEO fired
RuPaul's Drag Race alum Honey Mahogany—who currently holds a vice-chair seat in her local County Central Committee—announced that she will be seeking the role of chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party when current Party Chair ... more
 


  

Utah Supreme Court upholds transgender rights

  

National Black Justice Coalition honors the life of Monica Roberts

  

WORLD Caribbean group, hate crime, 'Queen of the Pacific,' volcano wedding


   AIDS & Health

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COVID Report: Herd immunity unlikely to happen anytime soon
Public health experts and scientists do not believe herd immunity is attainable in the near future because of proliferating COVID-19 variants and decreasing COVID-19 vaccination rates, according to a Politico item that cites a New York ... more
 


  

One-third of LGBTQ college students had housing disruption during COVID-19 pandemic

  

NIH to invest $29 million to address COVID-19 disparities

  

Pat Parker GCLS 2021 Trailblazer Award recipient


   Lesbian

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Jeannie Tanner show at City Winery on May 20
On Thursday, May 20, at 7 p.m., City Winery Chicago, 1200 W. Randolph St., will host the first in-person performance of "3 Martini Jeannie." Throughout the pandemic, every Friday at 5 p.m., Tanner celebrated the close ... more
 


  

Home of LGBTQ pioneers Phyllis Lyon, Del Martin first San Francisco lesbian history landmark

  

Pat Parker GCLS 2021 Trailblazer Award recipient

  

PASSAGES Retired Chicago Police Commander Nancy Y. Lipman dies


   Sports

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NU faculty 'alarmed' by hiring of new athletic director
Northwestern University has hired Mike Polisky as its newest athletic director—a move considered controversial by the school's alumni and campus leaders, The Chicago Tribune reported. According to the school's website ... more
 


  

Chicago Red Stars announce expanded ownership group

  

CMSA files lawsuit against ex-treasurer, alleging fraud and misappropriation

  

Registrations now open for 30th annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago 2021


   Youth

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SAIC hosts 'Debunking Conversion Therapy' virtual panel
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) hosted a virtual panel, "Debunking Conversion Therapy," on April 23 that focused on how people have been negatively impacted by conversion therapy, what the Bible says and ... more
 


  

Warrant issued for Joliet teacher accused of inappropriate communication with teen boy [UPDATE]

  

GLAAD responds to increase in suicide attempts among trans youth in Arkansas

  

Students speak out after Pride flag removal at Indiana school [UPDATE]
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