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  "Scrooge & Marley" screening Dec. 18

"Scrooge & Marley" is a modern day variation on Charles Dickens' classic story of the holidays, "A Christmas Carol." Recounted from a gay sensibility, with heart, comedy and music, the magic of Dickens' timeless tale of ...


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  Gus Kenworthy on skiing, 'Horror Story' and coming out

Gus Kenworthy first made an impression upon many LGBTQ individuals not so long ago—in 2018, when he was one of three openly gay U.S. athletes competing in the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea ( Brittany ...


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  Billy Masters

"The booing is fucking us up. It's messing with everyone's mic. You can grimace and all that. All we hear is booing."—Whoopi Goldberg admonishes the studio audience during Donald Trump Jr.'s appearance on The View. After ...


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  THEATER FEATURE New York theater gets political

For the first time in two years, I was in New York City recently to see some theater. I chose three highly political hot-button shows: Slave Play on Broadway, and Soft Power and Heroes of the ...


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  THEATER SPOTLIGHT Sombras Tango Cabaret

It's a short run for Sombras Tango Cabaret, only through this weekend, but it promises to be exotic and colorful with the sensuality of The Tango, and a backstage story, too, all sung and danced to ...


Gay News

  Critics' Picks

The Effect, Strawdog Theatre Company, through Nov. 23: Is love in the brain or in the mind, playwright Lucy Prebble asks, and can it save two human guinea pigs ( and their handlers ) in a ...


Gay News

  THEATER REVIEW P.Y.G. or The Mis-Edumacation of Dorian Belle

Playwright: Tearrance Arvelle Chisolm At: Jackalope Theatre Company @ Broadway Armory Park, 5917 N. Broadway. Tickets: JackalopeTheatre.org; $27-$35. Runs through: Dec. 21 This high-energy new play from Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm ( Hooded: Or Being Black for ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Romeo and Juliet

Playwright: William Shakespeare At: Chicago Shakespeare Theater at Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand Ave. Tickets: ChicagoShakes.com 312-595-5600; $35-$90. Runs through: Dec. 22 Although tribal enmity dating from 1957 could, in 2019, plausibly be labeled an "ancient ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Packing

Playwright: Scott Bradley At: About Face Theatre at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave. Tickets: 773-975-8150 or AboutFaceTheatre.com; $20-$38. Runs through Dec. 7 There's so much to unpack in Packing. Scott Bradley's searing autobiographical monologue, now ...


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  LETTER Voice your choice

Dear Editor: On Nov. 5, New York City overwhelmingly approved ranked choice voting by referendum. We should do those residents one better and enact ranked choice voting for all of Illinois. The Illinois Senate currently ...


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  THE AMAZON TRAIL The Terminator

This week I went to the movies. It's been a long time since I've said that. Do people even say "the movies" anymore? I married a movie geek. My sweetheart can tell you within a nanosecond ...


Gay News

  ALMA marking 30 years on Nov. 15

The Association of Latinx Motivating Action ( ALMA ) will mark its 30th anniversary with an event Friday, Nov. 15, at the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance ( PRAA ), 3000 N. Elbridge Ave., 6-9 p.m. In ...


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  David Mixner recounts tales of activism at intimate talk

A longtime LGBT-rights and anti-war activist spoke with several Chicagoans Nov. 9 at a talk entitled "David Mixner: 60 Years of Activism." Mixner's was an especially prominent voice during the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" controversy, but ...


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  Center for Law and Social Work gives LGBTQ families equal footing

According to the Equality Illinois publication Growing Your Family: A Guide for Prospective LGBT Adoptive Parents, there are more than "34,000 same-sex couples in long-term relationships living across the state, and 21 percent of these couples ...


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  Red Stars MVP leaving team for Europe

Sam Kerr has informed the Chicago Red Stars she will not return to the team for the upcoming 2020 National Women's Soccer League ( NWSL ) season in order to pursue a playing opportunity in Europe. ...


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  Conversation on the myth of journalistic objectivity Nov. 14

On Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m., Lewis Raven Wallace will be in conversation with Tracy Baim, discussing his book The View from Somewhere: Undoing the Myth of Journalistic Objectivity. The conversation will take place at ...


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  10 QUESTIONS with Laverne Cox

With various "firsts" in her already impressive career, the Emmy-nominated actress, documentary film producer and prominent equal -rights advocate Laverne Cox, continues to make history in her career and significant strides in her activism. Debuting on ...


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  SAVOR Althea

DISH Dining Guide

Althea ( 700 N. Michigan Ave.; MatthewKenneyCuisine.com/althea ) is courtesy of celebrity chef and plant-based pioneer Matthew Kenney, and occupies part of the seventh floor of Saks Fifth Avenue ( and is where Sophie's used to ...


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  Exhibit examines contributions of refugee, immigrant writers

The American Writers Museum, 180 N. Michigan Ave., celebrates refugee and immigrant writers with its newest exhibit, "My America: Immigrant and Refugee Writers Today," which explores the influence of modern immigrant and refugee writing on our ...


News

  Benefit for immigrant children Nov. 17

Story Jam—a show created by Stephanie Rogers that is part live-lit and part music concert combining storytellers and songwriters with a band—will return to City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph St., on Sunday, Nov. 17, at 12 ...


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  Andersonville holiday programming includes 100 businesses

CHICAGO ( November 11, 2019 ): More than 100 Andersonville businesses are featured in the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce's ( ACC ) holiday programming lineup this season with a full schedule of shopping, dining, entertainment, traditional ...


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  NATIONAL Manhattan sculpture, Pulse memorial, TrevorLIVE LA, unsolved murder

A 10-foot tall sculpture dedicated to the transgender and gender nonconforming community ( TGNC ) was unveiled at Tribeca Park in Manhattan, ABC7NY.com reported. Internationally known visual artist Rubem Robierb is the creator of the sculpture ...


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  LGBTQ veterans denied honorable discharges regain NY state benefits

WASHINGTON — Today, the Modern Military Association of America ( MMAA ), the nation's largest non-profit organization for the LGBTQ military and veteran community, released the following statement praising New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for signing ...


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  FBI report shows rise in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes

The Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) released its annual report on hate crimes in the United States, finding that 2018 saw a rise in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes across the nation—up nearly a percent when ...


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  Illinois Restaurant Assoc., owners oppose elimination of tip credit

On Nov. 12, the Illinois Restaurant Association ( IRA ) and dozens of restaurant industry operators and servers held a press conference to oppose Raise Chicago—an ordinance being considered by the Chicago City Council that would ...


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  Ann Sather restaurant to offer Thanksgiving meals

Ann Sather will offer diners a traditional Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 28. Dinner will begin with a chicken vegetable soup and assorted homemade breads—including Ann Sather's legendary cinnamon rolls—followed by an entree including roast turkey ...


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  SHOWBIZ Out singer, 'Hamilton,' 'Sense8,' Dolly Parton, Shangela

LGBT singer Michael Longoria released a music video for "Kiss Me ( Like They Do In The Movies )," an original song written by Longoria and arranged by James Dobinson, a press release noted. The music ...


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  WORLD Movie premiere, Argentina's president, jail sentences in Malaysia

Ultra-nationalist protesters in the former Soviet republic of Georgia clashed with police as they attempted to derail the premiere of a critically acclaimed movie about gay love in the capital, Tbilisi, Reuters reported. Hundreds of demonstrators ...


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  DINING Honey-themed dishes, Gaijin opens, Rum Tour and Gin Fest

—Forest Park spot The Heritage, 7403 Madison St., has several dishes that sport the honey from its own rooftop as well as 10 off-site locations in Lake Zurich and Barrington. They include honey pie, nightshade salad ...


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  Local podcast looks at horror from LGBT perspective

On their podcast FriGay the 13th, co-hosts Matty Zaradich and Andrew Huff use an LGBT perspective to discuss horror in entertainment, horror in real life and how they creep into each other. "[It's] rooted in friendship, ...


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  NUNN ON ONE, MOVIES Elizabeth Banks spreads her wings helming 'Charlie's Angels'

Elizabeth Banks wears many hats in the third installment of Charlie's Angels. She acted, directed, produced, and wrote the screenplay in the popular story of women working in a detective agency. The film stars Kristen Stewart, ...


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  Historic human-rights group to relaunch in Chicago

On Nov. 22-24, a national human-rights organization is set to relaunch at a conference featuring Dr. Angela Davis. The Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression ( CAARPR ) has called together more than 120 organizations ...


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  Halloween weirdness at Sidetrack

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  Protest set for Deerfield Chick-fil-A

A group of suburban activists plan what they say will be a "family-friendly" protest on Nov. 14, the opening day of a new Deerfield Chick-fil-A franchise. Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A has long caught the ire of the many ...


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  YEPP fall fundraiser Nov. 13 at Theater Works

Youth Empowerment Performance Project ( YEPP ) will hold its inaugural fall fundraiser, "Rise Up: A Celebration of Resilience" Wed., Nov. 13, 6-9 p.m., at Chicago Theater Works, 1113 W. Belmont Ave. At the event, YEPP ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Laura and the Sea

Playwright: Kate Tarker At: Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, 5779 N. Ridge Ave.. Tickets: RivendellTheatre.org 773-334-7728; $38. Runs through: Dec. 8 "The mind is a tricky camera," observes a character in Kate Tarker's dark and quirky comedy receiving ...


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  GLAAD releases annual TV report

LGBTQ+ media-advocacy organization GLAAD announced the findings of its annual "Where We Are on TV" report. "Where We Are on TV" analyzes the overall diversity of primetime scripted series regulars on broadcast networks and assesses the ...


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  Same-sex marriage overturned in Caymans

The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal has ruled in favor of the government, overturning Chief Justice Anthony Smellie's previous ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in the Cayman Islands, the Cayman Compass reported. However, the court simultaneously ...


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  Pride Films and Plays' "The Christmas Foundling" cast announced

Cast announced for Pride Films and Plays production of Norman Allen's THE CHRISTMAS FOUNDLING, opening to the press on December 7 and playing through January 5 Danne W. Taylor to direct heartwarming story of an orphan ...


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  'Rip Nelson Celebrity Roast' Nov. 9

Hell in a Handbag Productions will present its annual benefit, The Rip Nelson Celebrity Roast, on Saturday, Nov. 9, 6-11 p.m., at Ebenezer Lutheran Church, 1650 W. Foster Ave. The "celebrity line-up" includes Lucille Ball ( ...


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  Sheridan speaks on trans military members

Center on Halsted Director of Gender Equity and Inclusion Vanessa Sheridan led the Center's 2019 salute to transgender service members, veterans and their families on Nov. 6. The salute has been an annual event at the ...


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  Former L.A. chief to temporarily lead CPD

On Nov. 8—the day after Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson confirmed that he would retire by year's end—Mayor Lori Lightfoot appointed former Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck as Chicago's interim police superintendent, The ...


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  Singer Greyson Chance in Chicago Nov. 29

Out musician Greyson Chance will be performing at Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St., on Friday, Nov. 29. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the all-ages show will start at 8 p.m. Chance became famous ...


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  Chicago's top policeman confirms resignation

On Nov. 7, Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson confirmed that he would step down from his post, effective at the end of the year, The Chicago Tribune reported. Johnson made the announcement with his family ...


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  'Infectious Blackness' talk Dec. 3 in Chicago

Steven W. Thrasher, Ph.D., will speak on "Infectious Blackness: Race, Media, and the Criminalization of HIV/AIDS" Tuesday, Dec. 3, 12-1 p.m., at Stonewall Conference Rooms, 625 N. Michigan Ave., in a Third Coast Center for AIDS ...


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  Appeals court hears discrimination case against archdiocese

On Nav. 5, attorneys for former Catholic church music director Sandor Demkovich appeared in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, in oral arguments against the Archdiocese of Chicago and Calumet City's St. ...


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  Affordable Requirements Ordinance Dashboard is out

The Chicago Department of Housing unveiled a new, interactive, user-friendly tool—the Affordable Requirements Ordinance ( ARO ) Dashboard—to make affordable housing data more transparent and accessible to the public. The dashboard includes data never released to ...


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  World of Chocolate returns Dec. 5

The World of Chocolate Fundraiser for AIDS Foundation of Chicago sets sail on December 5. Chicago's premier World AIDS Day event raises funds and awareness for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. WHAT: Join the AIDS Foundation ...


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  Openly LGBT candidates win in Tuesday's elections

More than 75 percent of openly LGBT candidates running in the Nov. 5 off-year elections won. The total was 112: 106 Democrats, one Republican one Independent and four with undeclared party affiliations. It was a happy ...


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  80 LGBTQ Victory Fund Endorsed Candidates Win; LGBTQ Representation Rises

Washington, DC — While returns continue coming in, election results so far indicate a strong night for LGBTQ candidates, with 80 Victory Fund endorsed LGBTQ candidates winning their races as of November 6th at 12:40am ET. ...


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  Six Trans Candidates Win Elected Office Tuesday Nigh

Washington, DC — Six openly trans candidates won their races Tuesday night — including four incumbents — increasing to 23 the total number of out trans elected officials nationwide. Virginia Delegate Danica Roem — the first ...


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  Indianapolis City-County Council Triples LGBTQ Representation

Washington, DC — Indianapolis voters tripled openly LGBTQ representation on its city-county council Tuesday night, reelecting Zach Adamson and electing first-time council candidates Alison Brown and Keith Potts. Brown, who is now the first openly LGBTQ ...


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  Val's halla Records to close by Nov. 30

Iconic Oak Park store Val's Halla Records will close by Nov. 30, The Chicago Tribune reported. The business has been open for 47 years. Named after founder Val Camilletti, the original Val's Halla opened on July ...


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  Officer faces charges in Lake View incident

Karina Salgado, an off-duty Chicago police officer, —faces misdemeanor charges after she allegedly hit an on-duty officer after being refused entry into a Lake View establishment in the early morning hours of Nov. 1, WBBM Newsradio ...


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  Santa Speedo Run on Dec. 7

The annual Santa Speedo Run: Boystown will take place Saturday, Dec. 7, at Sidetrack, 3349 N. Halsted St. Sign-in and registration will start at noon, with the one-mile run through Boystown at 2 p.m.; and awards, ...


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  Rosemont ice rink reopens Nov. 29

Rosemont's Parkway Bank Park entertainment district will kick off the holiday season with the return of its Chicago Wolves Ice Rink on Friday, Nov. 29. Visitors can enjoy ice skating beginning at 11 a.m. in addition ...


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  Young feminists to converge Nov. 9

Hundreds of high school and college-aged young women will meet in Chicago on Saturday, Nov. 9, to explore topics of intersectional feminism, empowerment and activism with speakers ( such as Eva Maria Lewis, founder of the ...


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  Television legal drama addresses personal costs of coming out

Bluff City Law, a recently-launched NBC legal drama portraying a social justice-focused Memphis attorney ( Jimmy Smits ) and his firm, has been depicting the the personal stakes for a middle-aged lesbian who is a senior ...


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  PASSAGES Shakers on Clark's Zdebski passes away

Jason Zdebski, who was a business partner in Shakers on Clark, 3160 N. Clark St., passed away suddenly sometime the weekend of Nov. 2-3. He was 43 and the cause of death is not yet known. ...


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  Drag star's "All I Want for Christmas is Attention" tour Dec. 10

Seattle sisters and drag superstars BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon have joined forces once again to present a new holiday extravaganza, All I Want for Christmas is Attention, to audiences across the US and the UK and ...


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  Bette: Xmas at the Continental Baths opens Dec. 7

CHICAGO ( November 6, 2019 ) — Hell in a Handbag Productions is pleased to bring back its steamy cabaret sensation — with a holiday twist! Handbag diva Caitlin Jackson* recreates Bette Midler's historic concert at ...


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  'LGBTQ+ All in for Kina' party Nov. 14

On Thursday, Nov. 14, at Cantina Laredo, 508 N. State St., 6:30-8:30 p.m., LGBTQ+ leaders and allies from across the Chicago area are expected at the "LGBTQ+ All in for Kina!" party in support of 7th ...


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  Chicago House holds Day of the Dead event

On Oct. 31, Chicago House, in concert with other community service organizations, held the Second Annual Fiesta! Day of the Dead at the National Museum of Mexican Art. The event not only acknowledged the traditional Latin-American ...


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  WORLD Leaders conference, Germany's ban, colonial-era laws

On Nov. 13-16, LGBTQ Victory Institute will bring together more than 550 LGBTQ elected officials, advocates and other leaders for four days of programming aimed at strengthening the power of LGBTQ leaders worldwide, an organizational press ...


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  NATIONAL Judicial nominee, stay of execution, revenge porn, Amy Klobuchar

A federal appeals court nominee broke down in tears during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing when confronted with a scathing letter from the American Bar Association ( ABA ) that deemed him "not qualified," NBC News ...


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  DINING 'Mother Clucker,' La Sirena Clandestina closing, company incidents

—James Beard Award-nominated Chef Brian Jupiter is teaming with one of TIME Magazine's Next Generation Leaders, Chef Tunde Wey, to host "Hotter than a Mother Clucker: a Collaborative Dinner and Discussion" at Frontier, 1072 N. Milwaukee ...


News

  Top worry for lesbian parents? Stigmatization

New study finds lesbian parents worry about stigmatization but are proud to be role models The latest findings from the US National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study New analysis asked 131 lesbian parents to reflect on the ...


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  South Dakota gay man executed; sentenced by jury tainted with antigay bias

( Souix Falls, SD, November 5, 2019 ) — Last night, Charles Rhines, a South Dakota gay man, was put to death by lethal injection after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a final motion that would ...


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  City of Chicago Announces 2020 Festival Dates

2020 initiatives highlight the "Year of Chicago Music," Chicago's Music Legacy and thousands of public programs in downtown Chicago and across the city's neighborhoods The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events ( DCASE ) is ...


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  House LGBT Caucus Reacts to HHS Ruling

Washington D.C. — The Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus is responding to the dangerous proposal by the Trump Administration that would remove requirements for HHS grant recipients to enforce nondiscrimination rules that prohibit discrimination on a number ...


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  'Chicago Celebrates Sondheim!' Nov. 16

The Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Ida B. Wells Dr., salutes composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim, who celebrates his 90th birthday this season, with a one-night-only performance on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. Directed and produced by Chicago's ...


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  SHOWBIZ Rachel Weisz, John Waters, Jeff Goldblum, Lady Gaga

Oscar-winning actress Rachel Weisz will play Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor for female directing duo Bert & Bertie and UK-Australia producing powerhouse See-Saw Films in A Special Relationship, Deadline reported. Slumdog Millionaire scribe Simon Beaufoy has written ...


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  Gay man among finalists for associate judgeships

The Nominating Committee of the Circuit Court of Cook County announced its 30 candidates who will seek appointment to 15 associate judge vacancies by a vote of the circuit judges. All of the candidates received across-the-board ...


News

  Groups ask Pritzker, IDOC to save life of transgender prisoner

A coalition of advocacy organizations sent a letter urging Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker to step in and help save the life of Janiah Monroe—a Black transgender woman currently forced into solitary confinement at Logan Correctional Center ...


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  Danica Roem Defeats Anti-LGBTQ Opponent in VA

Washington, DC — Virginia Delegate Danica Roem — the first openly out-and-seated transgender state legislator ever elected in the United States — defeated her anti-LGBTQ challenger Kelly McGinn tonight in a race that was considered a ...







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