Windy City Times - publishing since 1985  | July 5, 2019
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Out country singer Ty Herndon discusses what matters most

Windy City Times: Congrats on the [recent] 5th Annual GLAAD + Ty Herndon Concert for Love and Acceptance. How did it go for you?
Ty Herndon: Thanks! Once again, there was a class-act line-up—and this year, there were people who just showed up backstage to hang out. That's an awesome thing as well. Hunter Hayes jumped out and sang, and Tim [McGraw] and Faith [Hill] hung out backstage. We want to create an atmosphere of love and acceptance. READ MORE

'Lavender Scare' director on very real tragedy

Windy City Times: Everyone knows about the Red Scare and Sen. Joe McCarthy. Why isn't this story well-known?
Josh Howard: Well, the fact that it's not really well known is what really drew me to it. I think there are a couple of reasons. One, is that LGBTQ history generally has not been taught as part of mainstream American history. The other reason is that when this was going on, it was in everybody's interest to keep it quiet. READ MORE

'Queer Eye' guru Tan France pens new memoir

Windy City Times: What was the driving factor for writing a memoir at this stage in your life and career?
Tan France: Well, I never wanted to do a style book. Somebody suggested that to me early on, and I was, like, "That's never going to happen—I'm not that person." I couldn't care less about that. But I had to learn to accept the fact that that's what a lot of people come to me for. They just want some very simple, basic fashion knowledge. 

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