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  For Joe Biden, push relentlessly until Nov. 3

--Statement from National LGBT Media Association

Among the many compelling reasons to make sure that Donald Trump and Mike Pence are not reelected on November 3, perhaps the 26 most compelling are the transgender Americans—most of them trans women of color—known to ...


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  PASSAGES Former Northalsted bartender Eric Sangster dies at 37

Northalsted bartender Eric Sangster died Sept. 17 unexpectedly at the age of 37. At the time of this article's publication, Sangster's cause of death is unknown. Sangster was born June 4, 1983, on a Jacksonville, North ...


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  NBJC releases statement on National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In honor of National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day ( Sept. 27 ), the National Black Justice Coalition ( NBJC ) released a statement: "Today is a day to celebrate that HIV is no longer the ...


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  Artemis Singers marks 40th anniversary with virtual panel

To celebrate Artemis Singer's 40th anniversary, Gerber/Hart Library and Archives hosted a Sept. 26 virtual panel discussion on the past, present and future of the chorus. Artemis Singers holds the distinction of being the first lesbian ...


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  Red Stars tie Washington 1-1

Savannah McCaskill scored in the 72nd minute as the Chicago Red Stars played to a 1-1 tie against the Washington Spirit on Sept. 26. For the second straight game, Sarah Luebbert earned an assist with her ...


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  Legacy Walk to honor Freddie Mercury, Sylvester Oct. 11

The Legacy Project will honor the late music superstars Freddie Mercury and Sylvester in a virtual event Sunday, Oct. 11, 3-5 p.m., featuring multimedia, historians, tribute performances and a ceremony revealing their bronze memorials at the ...


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  ELECTIONS 2020 Windy City Times printable election guide charts

For printable Election Guide charts, please follow the link: http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/pdf/WCT_2020_9-27generalchartsforweb.pdf . Also see: Early voting and vote by mail information for Chicago at http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/lgbt/Early-voting-and-vote-by-mail-information-for-Chicago-residents-/69276.html . Guide to the LGBTQs at http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/lgbt/ELECTIONS-2020-Guide-to-the-LGBTQs/69279.html . ...


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  Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame 2020 induction ceremony on Facebook Live Oct. 13

--From a press release

The Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 to honor people and entities, nominated by the community, who have made significant contributions to the quality of life or well-being of the LGBT community in ...


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  Trump nominates Ginsburg successor, LGBTQs react

President Trump announced Sept. 26 his nominee to replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and, as expected, she is a jurist LGBT groups are expected to vehemently oppose. In a crowded outdoor event at ...


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  Community reacts to Boystown name change

Northalsted Business Alliance ( NBA ) announced Sept. 23 that it would discontinue utilizing the term "Boystown" in its marketing of the area. NBA's decision came shortly after a survey answered by 7,890 respondents found that, ...


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  Lambda Legal on probable Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

--From a press release

( Washington, D.C., September 25, 2020 ) — In response to reports that President Trump intends to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett, currently on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, to the United ...


News

  NCLR condemns rush to replace Justice Ginsburg

--From a press release

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Today, President Donald Trump announced the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ginsburg, only days after Justice Ginsburg's death and before her burial at Arlington National Cemetery next week. After ...


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  MOVIES 'Cicada' flies into virtual film festivals this fall

Set in New York City, a queer-centered movie called Cicada is now hitting virtual film festivals and explores complicated relationships with a backdrop of childhood trauma. Ben and Sam meet at a bookstore and a journey ...


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  ELECTIONS 2020 Guide to the LGBTQs

This year's general elections will feature a record number of openly LGBT candidates throughout Illinois. They include: —Karla Bailey-Smith Race: Illinois state representative ( 88th District ) Website: Unite88.org . The skinny: Bailey-Smith was born ...


News

  League of Chicago Theatres highlights creative approaches to Fall 2020 Theatre

--From a press release

Chicago, IL — Theatre venues in Chicago and across the world remain closed due to the COVID 19 pandemic while the industry in Chicago has developed creative ways to connect with audiences. Chicago theatre artists and ...


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  The Alley moves to Avondale

The Alley, located in Lake View since 1976, announced that it is moving to its Avondale warehouse, 2620 W. Fletcher Ave, according to a press release. The warehouse, referred to as "The Mothership" by owner Mark ...


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  Alicia Keys joins After School Matters event

Grammy winner Alicia Keys joined teenagers and their families across Chicago Sept. 24 for a live virtual conversation about current racial and social justice events, as well as her life and music career, including her recently ...


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  COVID-19 Indiana moving to Stage 5 of reopening

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that the state will move to stage 5 of reopening as coronavirus trends continue to improve, WSBT.com reported. Stores, malls, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and gyms will all be able to open ...


News

  Red Stars' season tickets now available

The Chicago Red Stars have announced that 2021 season ticket memberships are now available. After a breakout 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup that saw the Red Stars reach their second consecutive championship match, Chicago looks to continue ...


News

  National LGBTQ Task Force to stream "The Power of US" gala Oct. 3

--From a press release

NATIONAL LGBTQ TASK FORCE ANNUAL GALA OCTOBER 3, 2020 AT 8PM ET/5PM PT Washington, DC. September 24, 2020……. The National LGBTQ Task Force has announced it will stream the 2020 National LGBTQ Task Force Gala, presented ...


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  Chicago Teachers Union on Breonna Taylor and the fight for racial justice

--From a press release

CHICAGO, September 23, 2020—Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey issued the following statement today in response to news that the Kentucky Attorney General will not charge the officer for the shots that killed Breonna Taylor. "For ...


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  AIDS Run & Walk Chicago returns with reformatted 2020 event

AIDS Foundation of Chicago's annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago has been reformatted and expanded so community members can participate in the fundraiser while still social-distancing and adhering to public-safety guidelines. While an event at Soldier ...


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  Chicago focus of 'City So Real' TV event running Oct. 29

National Geographic Documentary Films announced that the critically acclaimed five-part documentary series from Participant and Kartemquin Films, City So Real, will air in an unprecedented one-night, five-hour, commercial-free event on Thursday, Oct. 29, beginning at 7 ...


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  Early voting and vote-by-mail information for Chicago residents

Due to COVID-19, voters are encouraged to use vote by mail or early voting before Election Day on Nov. 3, according to the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners website. Chicago voters who apply online before Sept. ...


News

  State rep Grant apologizes for racist, anti-gay remarks

Illinois state Rep. Amy Grant, R-Wheaton, apologized after making disparaging comments in a recorded telephone call about her opponent, Ken Mejia-Beal, which referenced his race and sexual orientation, Quad City Times noted. Organizations and elected officials ...


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  Trans Puerto Rico icon dies at 73

Soraya Santiago—the first person from Puerto Rico known to have undergone gender reassignment surgery and a longtime icon for the U.S. territory's LGBTQ community—has died of cancer, ABC News reported. She was 73. Santiago had frequented ...


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  Ruth Bader Ginsburg films out Sept. 25

As a tribute of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy, Focus Features and Magnolia Pictures will be re-releasing On the Basis of Sex and RBG—both films about Ginsburg—Friday, Sept. 25 in theaters, ...


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  Carey stepping down as Task Force executive director in 2021

On Sept. 23, the National LGBTQ Task Force announced that longtime Executive Director Rea Carey will be stepping down in early 2021. Carey has been with the organization since 2003 as a senior strategist, then deputy ...


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  Jane Fonda part of Personal PAC virtual luncheon Oct. 21

Personal PAC—the leading non-partisan political action committee ( PAC ) dedicated to electing pro-choice state and local officials in Illinois—announced that its 27th Annual Awards Luncheon will be held virtually Wed., Oct. 21, at 12 p.m., ...


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  Lambda officials weigh LGBTQ legal challenges ahead

Officials from the national LGBTQ-rights advocacy Lambda Legal held an online discussion Sept. 23 to discuss the implications for both the judiciary and the LGBTQ community following the death of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth ...


News

  Chicago Bar Association releases 'Judge Smart Guide'

--From a press release

The Chicago Bar Association has released its evaluations for judicial candidates who are seeking election or retention to the Illinois Supreme Court, the Illinois Appellate Court or the Circuit Court of Cook County in the upcoming ...


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  Chicago releases outdoor dining guidelines for fall, winter

Keeping the COVID-19 pandemic in mind, the City of Chicago released guidelines for safe outdoor dining this fall and winter. All outdoor spaces must have a sidewalk cafe permit, outdoor patio license or an expanded outdoor ...


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  Five Worth Finding: Tom of Finland, help for renters, 'Batwoman'

—Rentervention ( https://lcbh.org/get-legal-help/rentervention ): This webpage begins with a daunting statistic: Each year, more than 20,000 people are evicted from their homes in Chicago. Rentervention—a part of the Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing—helps with such issues ...


Local-musician-comic-Becky-Raisman-aims-to-show-passion-in-performing

  Local musician/comic Becky Raisman aims to show passion in performing

Becky Raisman—a 38-year-old singer and comedian who is part of the LGBTQ+ community—has been singing ever since she was in elementary school. She now both covers and writes her own songs, performing them in local venues. ...


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  GALECA announces inaugural Dorian TV award winners

Hugh Jackman, Janelle Monae, Billy Porter, John Oliver and Schitt's Creek creator-star Dan Levy, plus stars and producers of Killing Eve and Watchmen, offered heartfelt thanks as they virtually accepted awards—and were treated to a symbolic ...


News

  Red Stars rout Sky Blue 4-1

In a National Women's Soccer League match, the Chicago Red Stars had three different players score as they defeated Sky Blue FC 4-1 in the home team's first game at SeatGeek Stadium ( in Bridgeview, Illinois ...


News

  LETTER Culture and diversity

Dear editor: I want to respond to the Windy City Times article of Aug. 19 titled "Organization leaders discuss board diversity strategies," which was itself a reaction to the survey in the July 22 issue concerning ...


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  'Schitt's Creek' dominates Emmys

The Canadian LGBTQ-centered comedy series Schitt's Creek cleaned up for its final season when the Television Academy showcased the Emmy Awards the evening of Sept. 20. This was the 72nd Emmy ceremony, and was largely virtual ...


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  OP-ED: Ruth Bader Ginsburg bent the moral arc toward justice

Like so many Americans across the country, I, too, am mourning the news that U.S. Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died due to complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. She was 87. As a soft-spoken firebrand ...


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  WORLD Barbados items, EU's criticism, Billie Jean King, Equality Act

Barbados is ready to grant legal status to same-sex couples, in a major breakthrough for gay rights lobbying in the Caribbean Community ( CARICOM ) region, The Jamaica Gleaner reported. Gov. General Dame Sandra Mason made ...


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  SHOWBIZ Julia Child movie, Janelle Monae, 'Ammonite,' Harry Styles

David Hyde Pierce will star opposite Sarah Lancashire in Julia, HBO Max's drama pilot about the famous chef, trailblazing cookbook author and TV personality, Deadline reported. He replaces Tom Hollander, who originally had been tapped for ...


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  NATIONAL Lambda Litfest, #BiWeek, whistleblower, Equality Awards, Blade

The 4th annual Lambda Litfest ( Oct. 5-9 ) has been transformed into a specially curated, virtual event celebrating Black LGBTQIA+ excellence and abundance, a press release noted. The opening night will set the stage by ...


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  Champaign County holding virtual Pride event Sept. 25-27

Champaign County-Uniting Pride of Champaign County announced the theme for the 2020 Champaign County Pride Celebration, taking place virtually Sept. 25-27: "Staying Apart—Rising United." Some of the events include the Pride Fest Online Auction, an LGBTQIA+ ...


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  Cerqua Rivera revises 2020 schedule

Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre has unveiled a restructured performance schedule for 2020. A livestreamed benefit performance honoring longtime friend of the company Sandra McNaughton will take place Sunday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. The show will ...


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  Groups, officials condemn state rep's anti-gay remarks

Organizations and elected officials condemned comments Republican Illinois state Rep. Amy Grant made during a fundraising call about her Democratic challenger, Ken Mejia-Beal. According to a statement Equality Illinois released, Grant said of Mejia-Beal, "He's afraid ...


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  SAVOR Froth: A coffee lover's delight

DISH Dining Guide

It might take something special to lure people to Froth ( 1515 W. Monroe St.; Froth.cafe ). Fortunately, Froth has more than one attraction—especially for those who indulge in coffee ( which seems to be most ...


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  HRC Pres. Alphonso David reacts to U.S. approaching 200,000 COVID deaths

--From a press release

WASHINGTON, DC - Today, as the United States approaches the grim milestone of surpassing 200,000 deaths caused by COVID-19, Human Rights Campaign Foundation ( HRC ) President Alphonso David released the following statement: "When this pandemic ...


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  Creating Change Conference to hold Oct. 10 day-long event, "Queering Racial Justice"

--From a press release

Sept. 21, 2020….Washington, DC…. The National LGBTQ Task Force and Creating Change will hold a day-long event ( 12:30 ET to 6:30 ET ) exploring how Queer/Trans People of Color ( QTPOC ) activism is leading ...


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  PASSAGES Gay business owner/nightlife figure Bob Yeaworth dies

Gay business owner and promoter Robert "Bob" Yeaworth died Sept. 14 from complications due to his ALS ( also known as Lou Gehrig's disease ) diagnosis. He was 64. Yeaworth was born Sept. 17, 1955 in ...


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  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an important voice for LGBT people

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the justice with the most pro-LGBT voting record in the history of the court, died Friday following a long struggle with cancer. As hundreds of people gathered on the ...


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  NCLR mourns LGBTQ equality champion Justice Ginsburg

--From a press release

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — The National Center for Lesbian Rights ( NCLR ) mourns the tragic loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — a true champion for LGBTQ rights in her 27 years on the U.S. ...


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  THEATER REVIEW We're Gonna Die

Playwright: Young Jean Lee At: Theatre Y, streaming online at Theatre-Y.com . Ticketsfree. Runs through: Oct. 4 "To be, or not to be" may have once been a dilemma to beguile wealthy Danish princes, but the ...


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  PASSAGES Wayland D. Rogers

Wayland D. Rogers—a singer, conductor, teacher and celebrated composer based in Chicago—passed away Sept. 9 after a long illness. He was 78. Rogers was born to Othal and Dova ( Barrier ) Rogers on Dec. 26, ...


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  'Cheer' star Harris faces child-pornography charges

FBI agents arrested Jerry Harris—a Naperville native who became famous as the breakout star of the Netflix docuseries Cheer—on child-pornography charges, The Chicago Tribune reported. Allegedly, Harris, 21, repeatedly coerced minor victims to send him obscene ...


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  'SNL' adds lesbian cast member

Saturday Night Live, or SNL, will start its 46th season Oct. 3 with at least one major change: The show is adding a member of the LGBTQ+ community to its cast. Punkie Johnson is an out ...


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  COVID-19 Report: Latinx LGBTQ people suffer more from economic fallout

The Human Rights Campaign ( HRC ) Foundation released new data outlining the economic impact of COVID-19 on Latinx LGBTQ people. The new research shows that Latinx LGBTQ people are more likely to have had their ...


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  MCA Chicago receives $2.5M grant from Mellon

The Museum of Contemporary Art ( MCA ) Chicago received a $2.5-million award from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation—the largest in the venue's history. In a statement, the MCA said the grant "will enable the museum ...


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  Equality Illinois announces general election endorsements

--From a press release

CHICAGO - Equality Illinois, the state's civil rights organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Illinoisans, today announced endorsements for the November 3, 2020 general election. "Equality Illinois is excited to announce our endorsements today ...


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  Supreme Ct. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at age 87

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Sept. 18, multiple media outlets reported. She was 87. President Bill Clinton appointed Ginsburg to the nation's highest court in 1993, making her the second woman to be ...


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  Equality Illinois endorses thirteen LGBTQ candidates for general election

--From a press release

CHICAGO - Equality Illinois, the state's civil rights organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer Illinoisans, today announced endorsements of a record number of LGBTQ candidates running for the Illinois General Assembly in a general ...


News

  Link pleads guilty to tax-related charges

On Sept. 16, now-former Illinois state Sen. Terry Link pled guilty to a federal count of filing a false tax return, The Chicago Tribune reported. Link's plea agreement with prosecutors stated he listed his 2016 income ...


Gay News

  Big 10 decides to start football season Oct. 24

On Sept. 16, The Big Ten conference ( which includes schools such as Northwestern University, the Ohio State University and the University of Michigan ) announced it will kick off its football season the weekend of ...


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  Quigley, Demings introduce blood-donation bias measure

U.S. Reps. Mike Quigley (IL-05), who serves as Vice Chair of the LGBT Equality Caucus, and Val Demings (FL-10) introduced the Science in Blood Donation Act of 2020, which would require the Food and Drug Administration ...


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  Gerber/Hart reveals future plans

Gerber/Hart Library and Archives, 6500 N. Clark St., hosted several relatively informal, socially distanced gatherings the weekend of Sept. 12-13 to let community supporters know about its plans for the next few years. The various sessions—which ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Pride and Prejudice: A Virtual Play

Playwright: Adapted by Christina Calvit from the novel by Jane Austen At: Streaming online at LifelineTheatre.com . Tickets: Free with donation. Runs through: Oct. 4 For starters, what we've got are two wealthy young bachelors, two ...


Gay News

  'Under the Stars with Handbag' drive-in fest through Sept. 19

Hell in a Handbag Productions is hosting "Under the Stars with Handbag: A Drive-In Festival," which is running Fridays and Saturdays through Sept. 19 at The Red Box Workshop, 4242 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., at 7:30 ...


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  TELEVISION Actors talk about tackling 'Ratched' roles, working with Ryan Murphy

It takes the winning combination of gay producer Ryan Murphy and lesbian actress Sarah Paulson to bring the fictional story of Ratched to life in unexpected ways. The new drama series on Netflix already has a ...


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  MOVIES David Pevsner brings performance to home screens

Although Los Angeles-based performer David Pevsner's solo performance piece Musical Comedy Whore! is technically a one-man show, Pevsner takes care to differentiate it from others. "I think people are kind of surprised by it, [thinking] that ...


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  MOVIES Reeling goes online for 2020 edition

The pandemic did not stop officials from Chicago Filmmakers, the organization behind Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival, from planning a diverse program of feature-length and short-subject narrative and documentary films for the festival's 2020 ...


Billy-Masters

  Billy Masters

"The fact is, I'm a cheerleader for this country. I love our country. And I don't want people to be frightened. I don't want to create panic."—Donald Trump. No offense to any leaders of cheers out ...


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  MOMBIAN True stories, trans tales and more in new picture books

New books can be a delightful relief in these days of quarantine. Here are some of the many new LGBTQ-inclusive picture books that just came out last month. ( See Mombian.com for even more. ) The ...


Gay News

  HRC Foundation, HIT release study on voters of color, voting by mail

The Human Rights Campaign ( HRC ) Foundation and HIT Strategies released the first results of a national survey of voters of color, including LGBTQ voters of color, to determine sentiment regarding voting by mail. Conducted ...


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  SciLine hosts intersectional briefing regarding LGBTQ+, Black communities

Recently, SciLine held a media briefing discussing mental health in LGBTQ+ and Black communities. Yale School of Medicine's Dr. John Pachankis and Tufts University's Dr. Madina Agenor were panelists who contributed to the conversation of racial ...


Out-Illinois-State-coach-dives-into-new-position

  Out Illinois State coach dives into new position

Logan Pearsall, an accomplished college diver who has since transitioned into master's level diving, was competing at the 2017 FINA World Masters Championships in Budapest, Hungary. He was doing a challenging inward dive from a one-meter ...


PASSAGES-Computer-programmer-Chi-Town-Squares-member-Bill-Klein-passes-away

  PASSAGES Computer programmer/Chi-Town Squares member Bill Klein passes away

Longtime Chi-Town Squares member and COBOL computer programmer William "Bill" Michael Klein died Sept. 5 due to health complications after he fell down in his home a few days prior. He was 70. Klein was born ...







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