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  BREAKING NEWS

 
Biden picks transgender assistant health secretary
COVID-19 restrictions for Chicago, suburbs relaxed, but still no indoor dining
Lightfoot and city leaders lead MLK interfaith event
COVID-19 Three regions to end Tier 3 mitigations; IRA responds to dining changes
Gov. Pritzker activates Illinois National Guard for security of state buildings
U.S. House votes to impeach Trump again
Welch set to be new Illinois House speaker, ending Madigan era
Choucair part of Biden/Harris COVID-19 response team
Madigan suspends bid for another term as House speaker

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STATE/LOCAL POLITICS Congresswoman invokes Hitler; former alderman reports to jail
U.S. Rep. Mary Miller (R-Illinois) is facing criticism for her comments about Adolf Hitler during a rally, WGN-TV reported. Miller made the remark at a Jan. 5 rally that the conservative group Moms of America hosted. ... more
 


  

Gay influencers called out for partying in Mexico during pandemic

  

Pfleger answers after being charged with sexually abusing child more than 40 years ago (UPDATE)

  

SHOWBIZ 'Tales' star dies, 'Wonder Woman 1984,' holiday songs, 'Drag Race'

  

OP-ED: New Year's Eve circuit parties go on despite COVID-19 travel concerns

  

SHOWBIZ LGBTQ movies, 'Color Purple,' Nick Jonas, gay coach


   Local

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COVID-19 restrictions for Chicago, suburbs relaxed, but still no indoor dining
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced that Chicago and its suburbs would move to Tier 2 mitigation restrictions, effective immediately, The Chicago Tribune reported. Under the updated metrics, four regions under the reopening plan will ... more
 


  

CRS pays tribute to Rustin's legacy

  

Lightfoot and city leaders lead MLK interfaith event

  

Social exclusion, career limitations hinder LGBTQ STEM professionals

  

COVID-19 Three regions to end Tier 3 mitigations; IRA responds to dining changes

  

Disability Culture Leadership Initiative launches online hub with Chicago artists


   Nation & World

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WORLD Global Fund, Croatian case, Poland items, Hillsong
In 2020, the Global Fund signed 157 grants for a total of $8.54 billion for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria programs and to strengthen systems for health—and this is the highest number of grants the program ever ... more
 


  

Biden picks transgender assistant health secretary

  

NATIONAL Defamation case, inauguration items, PrEP, Capitol riot

  

1.2 million Black LGBT adults live in the US


   Film / TV / Gossip

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Billy Masters
"Honey … when you got talent, you don't need all this shit."—Siegfried Fischbacher (of Siegfried & Roy) to Bette Midler, after she commented on the magical duo's high-tech show. (The story was related to me by ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ LGBTQ movies, 'Color Purple,' Nick Jonas, gay coach

  

Report: Here are the highest grossing LGBTQ+ actors on Netflix

  

Billy Masters


   Theater / Dance

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Virtual OUTspoken storytelling event Feb. 2
The next virtual OUTspoken Storytelling Night will take place Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. The speakers will be as follows: —Donald Bell is a third-generation Chicagoan, South Sider and White Sox fan who is a retired ... more
 


  

Hell in a Handbag Productions to present Out, Darn Spot!

  

'Dixie's Happy Hour' streaming Jan. 26-31

  

Chicago Dance History Project's Interview Marathon on Jan. 31


   Music

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SHOWBIZ 'Tales' star dies, 'Wonder Woman 1984,' holiday songs, 'Drag Race'
Marcus D'Amico—the original Michael "Mouse" Tolliver from the miniseries Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City—died at age 55, Queerty noted. In 1992, he also originated the role of Louis in the National Theatre's London run of ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ 'Drag Race,' year-end honors, 'Guardians,' Taylor Swift

  

PrideArts to screen A Not So Silent Night Tuesday, Dec. 15

  

Windy City Gay Chorus, Windy City Treble Quire present Let There Be Light


   Books / Art

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Disability Culture Leadership Initiative launches online hub with Chicago artists
CHICAGO, IL (Jan. 15, 2021)— 3Arts, the Chicago-based nonprofit grantmaking organization, announced today the launch of the Disability Culture Leadership Initiative (DCLI), featuring a new online platform created to elevate ... more
 


  

Tribute event to honor Chicago's first Cultural Historian Jan. 28

  

'Mombian Database' released

  

Five Worth Finding: Workout gear, $2 subs, LGBTQ book


   Trans

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Trans woman, man killed in Chicago's Gresham area
A transgender woman and a man were killed in a shooting Jan. 6 in Chicago's Gresham neighborhood, The Chicago Sun-Times reported. A gunman fired shots from a silver-colored vehicle about 5 a.m. in the 800 block ... more
 


  

WORLD Greece appointee, India trans items, top LGBTQ issues

  

NATIONAL Anti-bias rule nixed, trans deaths, lesbian archivist dies

  

SHOWBIZ Laverne Cox, lesbian coach, Jim Parsons, 'Brokeback,' theater items


   AIDS & Health

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COVID-19 restrictions for Chicago, suburbs relaxed, but still no indoor dining
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced that Chicago and its suburbs would move to Tier 2 mitigation restrictions, effective immediately, The Chicago Tribune reported. Under the updated metrics, four regions under the reopening plan will ... more
 


  

Howard Brown developing new center in Northalsted area

  

Illinois Restaurant Assoc. asks Pritzker to allow indoor dining

  

Choucair part of Biden/Harris COVID-19 response team


   Lesbian

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Affinity Burning Bowl hosts first-ever virtual event amid pandemic
Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Affinity Community Services (Affinity) held its annual Burning Bowl Jan. 9 on Zoom and Facebook Live. This year's theme was "Community Undivided." Among other items, the Barbara "Robbie" Smith Award of ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ Laverne Cox, lesbian coach, Jim Parsons, 'Brokeback,' theater items

  

Affinity's Virtual Burning Bowl on Jan. 9

  

Affinity seeks new executive director


   Sports

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SHOWBIZ LGBTQ movies, 'Color Purple,' Nick Jonas, gay coach
The film Draw with Me has launched its virtual theatrical release at ArenaScreen through Feb. 9, and was the subject of the first-ever panel at the United Nations on Transgender Health, a release stated. Featuring Jennifer ... more
 


  

Chicago Sky announce contract extension for coach

  

Red Stars make draft selections

  

Red Stars announce renewals


   Youth

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Indiana pols propose anti-conversion therapy bill
Indiana Stonewall Democrats issued a press release lauding state Sen. JD Ford (District 39) and state Rep. Sue Errington (District 26) for introducing a new bill to effectively end so-called "conversion therapy" practices across the state ... more
 


  

11th Circuit urged to reverse decision allowing LGBTQ youth conversion therapy

  

Buffalo Grove LGBTQ+ teen named one of HRC's ambassadors

  

Same-sex parents are 7X more likely to raise adopted, foster children
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