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Team Chicago hosts Vive la Difference July 14, Bastille Day, 6-9 p.m., poolside in the landmark Edgewater Beach Building, 5555 N. Sheridan Road. Advance tickets $40, $50 at the door. Proceeds will go toward the Federation of Gay Games Scholarship Program.
The event will feature cabaret artists Roxanne Saylor and Jeremy Trager from The Jacques Brel Review: Songs of Love & War playing through mid-August at the No Exit Café; ROTC; plus pool boys and burlesque performers. It's a pool party, so summer casual and/or pool wear is appropriate. RSVP by July 10. Call ( 773 ) 525-9531.
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