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  Ken Ilio, one of the first gay men to marry in Illinois, dies at 63

Keneth Yerro Ilio—who became one of the first gay men to wed in Illinois when he married Ron Dorfman in December 2013—has died in Chicago. He was 63. Windy City Times reported that on Dec. 16, ...


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  Illinois Legislative Black Caucus mourns loss of two civil-rights leaders

Springfield, IL-July 22, 2020—The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus ( ILBC ) joins the country in mourning the loss of two heroes and iconic figures of the civil-rights movement: Congressman John Lewis and Rev. C.T. Vivian. These ...


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  NATIONAL Pioneering scientist dies, flag controversy, panic defense

Flossie Wong-Staal—a molecular virologist most famous for co-discovering and first cloning HIV—died July 8 of complications from pneumonia in La Jolla, California, at age 73, The Scientist reported. Wong-Staal arrived at the National Cancer Institute ( ...


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  Civil-rights icon Congressman John Lewis dies at 80

Congressman John Lewis—who rose from humble beginnings to become an iconic politician and civil-rights activist—has died of pancreatic cancer at age 80, media outlets reported. He died on the same day as civil rights leader the ...


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  PASSAGES Brent L. Conn

Brent L. Conn—a caterer and business owner—passed away peacefully July 4 at home in Evanston. He was 67. Born in Springfield, Illinois, Brent earned his degree in hotel and restaurant management from Michigan State University and ...


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  PASSAGES Nightlife figure Cody Laughlin dies at 26

Lucky Horseshoe Lounge dancer Cody Laughlin died June 15 at his home. The cause of death is currently unknown. He was 26. Laughlin was born Dec. 30, 1993, in Chicago and graduated early from Northside College ...


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  PASSAGES Donald Ratner

Donald Ratner, a lifelong Chicagoan who was a leading figure in Chicago business and philanthropy, passed away Jan. 19, 2020 due to complications from prostate cancer. He is survived by his husband, Dr. Bruce Gober, with ...


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  PASSAGES Carl Ross Mowery

Carl Ross Mowery, J.D.—a resident of Chicago's Lake View neighborhood who was born in Fairbury, Illinois—passed away peacefully May 30. He was 64. After graduating from Illinois Wesleyan University and John Marshall Law School, Carl went ...


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  THEATER Larry Kramer (1935-2020), polemicist and playwright

Larry Kramer was an angry man and he made sure people knew it. The language of his public discourse—the hundreds of articles he wrote and speeches he made, his novels and plays—drips with venom, insult, sarcasm, ...


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  On Memorial Day, LGBT monuments honor those who have died

Memorial Day is a time to honor military personnel who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the United States Armed Forces. The Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery—located in Elwood, Illinois—is the site of the first ...


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  PASSAGES H.G. Carrillo, author

ARTICLE UPDATED May 30, 2020

A tribute to H.G. 'Hache' Carillo Writer/professor Herman "H.G." Carrillo (known for his 2004 novel Loosing My Espanish) passed away April 20 due to COVID-19. After initially publishing a tribute to Carrillo online, Windy City ...


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  Melissa Etheridge's son dies at age 21

Beckett Cypher—the son of Melissa Etheridge and her former partner Julie Cypher—died, according to media reports. He was 21. Etheridge, on Twitter, said, "Today I joined the hundreds of thousands of families who have lost loved ...


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  Trans-rights advocate Aimee Stephens dies

Aimee Stephens—the Michigan transgender funeral home worker whose firing led to a U.S. Supreme Court case that could decide the employment rights of millions of transgender and gender-nonconforming people—has died at age 59. According to NBC ...


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  PASSAGES Roy Horn, of Siegfried & Roy, dies at 75

Roy Horn, of Siegfried & Roy—the duo whose magic tricks with big cats astonished millions until Horn was critically injured in 2003 by Montecore, one of the act's famed white tigers—has died of coronavirus complications, media ...


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  PASSAGES Anjanette Miller

Anjanette "AJ" Miller—a registered nurse who lived in Skokie—passed away at Glenbrook Hospital due to COVID-19 on April 14. She was 48. Born in the Philippines, she obtained her bachelor of nursing degree in the University ...


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  Greg Zanis, who built memorial crosses, dies

Greg Zanis—the carpenter who single-handedly built thousands of crosses for shooting victims across the country—died May 4, The Daily Herald reported. Zanis, who had been diagnosed with bladder cancer, lived long enough to see hundreds of ...


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  PASSAGES Activist Ernie Hunsperger, Rick Garcia's longtime partner, dies

Activist Ernie Hunsperger, 78, died April 9 at Elevate Rehabilitation Center in Chicago due to complications from his throat cancer treatments. Hunsperger was born March 31, 1942 in Glens Falls, New York, where he spent his ...


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  PASSAGES David Charles Parker

David Charles Parker—of Chicago's Uptown neighborhood, formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio—passed away due to COVID-19 on April 8. He was 56. Born in Covington, Kentucky, David earned his bachelor's degree in chemistry from Northern Kentucky University and ...


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  PASSAGES Oak Park activist Alan Amato passes away

Activist Alan Amato, who was instrumental in a number of LGBT-rights pushes in Oak Park and the western suburbs, passed away April 8. Amato, who was living in Berwyn at the time of his death, had ...


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  NCLR mourns loss of civil rights and LGBTQ icon Phyllis Lyon, 95

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Today, the National Center for Lesbian Rights mourns the loss of a beloved friend and LGBTQ civil rights icon. Phyllis Lyon, 95, passed away peacefully from natural causes at her home in ...


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  Lesbian icon Phyllis Lyon dies at 95

Activist Phyllis Lyon—who spent more than five decades fighting for LGBTQ rights—died of natural causes. She was 95. CNN.com reported that California Gov. Gavin Newsom shared the news of Lyon's death in a post on Twitter ...


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  PASSAGES Local DJ, media expert and documentarian Levilyn Chriss dies

Chicago DJ, award-winning documentarian and media specialist Levilyn Marie Chriss died April 1 due to complications from pneumonia. She was 60. Chriss was born Nov. 3, 1959 in New Orleans, and was raised in New York ...


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  PASSAGES Paul Timothy Popiel

On Tuesday, March 10, Paul Popiel passed away after a short illness. He was 69. Paul was born in New Jersey on May 2, 1950, to Marion and Walter Popiel, and raised in a very religious ...


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  PASSAGES Photographer Victor Skrebneski dies at 90 [UPDATE]

World-renowned and Chicago-based photographer Victor Skrebneski died April 4 at age 90 of cancer, The Chicago Sun-Times reported. He helped discover Jennifer Beals and a teenaged Cindy Crawford, and may be best known for his posters ...


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  Virtual reading of Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons April 16

In honor of Terrence McNally, who recently passed away at age 81 of complications from COVID-19. Four actors, each participating from a remote location, will perform a live online reading of Mothers and Sons on Thursday, ...


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  NATIONAL Lesbian bishop, iconic activist dies, military lawsuit, drag legend passes

Rev. Bonnie Perry was recently ordained as the 11th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan—beconing the first woman and openly gay person to hold the position, ClickOnDetroit.com noted. "Jesus said almost nothing about homosexuality," Perry ...


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  THEATER Mourning Terrence McNally

The prolific Emmy and Tony Award-winning writer Terrence McNally passed away at the age of 81 in Florida at a Sarasota hospital on Tuesday, March 24. The cause of death was due to complications of the ...


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  PASSAGES Terrence McNally dies of coronavirus complications at 81

Terrence McNally—a four-time Tony winner who wrote musicals and plays such as Ragtime, Love! Valour! Compassion!, The Full Monty and Kiss of the Spider Woman—died March 24 at age 81 of coronavirus-related complications. On social media, ...


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  PASSAGES Ann Morris

Ann Morris passed away March 7. She was 67. Ann was born in Chicago on April 5, 1952, and grew up in Texas. She returned to Chicago to attend the University of Chicago where she earned ...


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  Sister Sheila Lyne dies at 83

Sister Sheila Lyne—a member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy for 67 years who led Chicago's Mercy Hospital as president and CEO for decades, and also served as commissioner of public health for Chicago from 1991 ...


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  PASSAGES Brian Patrick Goodman

Brian Patrick Goodman passed from this life Nov. 21, 2019. He had just returned from four days in New York City—where, despite his two-year battle with ALS, he saw two Broadway shows and met the casts, ...


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  PASSAGES Activist Marc Loveless passes away at 59 [UPDATED]

Activist Marc Loveless has passed away. His death was reported by multiple individuals on social media March 9. Loveless was 59. Loveless was found unconscious at Steamworks, 3246 N. Halsted St., late in the evening of ...


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  'The Boys in the Band' writer Crowley dead at 84

Mart Crowley—best known for writing the '60s seminal play The Boys in the Band, about a group of gay friends at a birthday party—died March 8 at age 84, media reports stated. Writer Michael Musto broke ...


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  Mary Griffith, Champion of LGBTQ rights, has passed away

LOS ANGELES—Mary Griffith, iconic crusader for LGBTQ equality, passed away after a lengthy illness on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020 at her home in Walnut Creek, CA. She was 85. She is survived by her husband, Robert; ...


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  PASSAGES Gordon Lewis Smith

Gordon Lewis Smith, age 68, of Chesterton, Indiana, died January 14, 2020. On that day, he'd taken the train to Chicago as always, but shortly after arriving to work, he collapsed. It was his heart. At ...


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  NATIONAL Backlash in Tennessee, judge dies, voucher program, hate-crimes bill

More than 140 businesses signed a letter announcing their opposition to Tennessee's recent slew of anti-LGBTQ laws, which has been dubbed the "slate of hate" by activist groups, NBC News noted. The collective, known as the ...


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  Lambda Legal mourns passing of Judge Deborah Batts

( New York, February 4, 2020 ) — Federal District Judge Deborah A Batts, the first openly lesbian federal judge when she was appointed to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ...


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  PASSAGES Carl Lamar Davenport

Carl Lamar Davenport—an exceptional floral designer and co-owner of Davenport Design who was born in Pennsylvania raised in Macon, Georgia—passed away unexpectedly at home in Evanston on Jan. 23. He was 54. He is survived by ...


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  PASSAGES Real estate broker, Mr. Leather64Ten 2018 winner Kurt Allen dies

Real estate broker and Mr. Leather64Ten 2018 winner Kurt Allen died unexpectedly Jan. 26. He was 56. Allen was born May 26, 1963, in Wabash, Indiana, and graduated from Wawasee High School. He received a bachelor's ...


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  Chicago LGBTQ icon/dance group co-founder Troy Winston dies

By Carrie Maxwell Imported Taste dance group co-founder and LGBTQ icon Troy Winston died Dec. 26, 2019 due to congestive heart failure. He was 56. Winston was born June 15, 1963, on the South Side of ...


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  Local passages in 2019

A number of LGBT Chicagoans ( as well as persons who otherwise left their marks on the city's LGBT community ) passed away in 2019. Among the passages Windy City Times noted: —A. J. Petras died ...


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  PASSAGES Broadway giant Jerry Herman dies

Legendary Tony-winning Broadway songwriter Jerry Herman—who was behind the iconic musicals Hello, Dolly!, Mame and La Cage aux Folles—passed away at 88 from pulmonary complications, media outlets reported. Herman told NPR that seeing Irving Berlin's Annie ...


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  PASSAGES W. Geoffrey Pritzlaff

W. Geoffrey "Geo" Pritzlaff passed away unexpectedly Dec. 13. He was 46. A native of Rockford, Illinois, Pritzlaff was a technology product manager working for Cars.com. He loved Star Trek, Doctor Who, Madonna, Transformers, cooking and ...


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  WORLD Haitian activist dies, New Zealand spot, teens admit guilt

One of Haiti's most prominent LGBTQI activists, Jeudy Charlot, was found dead at his home in Pétion-Ville outside of the capital of Port-au-Prince on Nov. 25, an OutRight International press release noted. Charlot was the executive ...


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  Pioneering gay cartoonist Cruse dies at 75

( WILLIAMSTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS, Nov. 26 )—Howard Cruse—a pioneer in the LGBTQ cartooning movement and the author of Stuck Rubber Baby, a 1995 award-winning graphic novel about the intersection of race and sexuality in the South—died Nov. ...


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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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  PASSAGES Richard Adams

Richard Adams, from Chicago, died Aug. 18. He was 73. He was a proud U.S. Army veteran. He worked for the State of Illinois for three decades and retired in 2003. Requiem mass was held at ...


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  PASSAGES: HIV/AIDS activist Rydwels remembered Oct. 27

The ashes of longtime HIV/AIDS activist Bill Rydwels, who passed away Oct. 3, were scattered from Belmont Rocks at 11 a.m. the morning of Sunday, Oct. 27. Rydwels, 87, who was diagnosed with HIV in 1985, ...


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  NATIONAL Matthew Shepard, recall falls short, Out & Equal, Scotty Bowers dies

The parents of slain gay Wyoming man Matthew Shepard blasted U.S. Attorney General William Barr for failing to stand up for LGBT civil rights in a statement read at a Justice Department ceremony marking the 10-year ...


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  PASSAGES George Haas

George Robert Haas, formerly of Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully at his new home in Las Vegas on Oct. 14. He was 91. A Chicago native, George graduated from Schurz High School ...


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  PASSAGES Pride Parade organizer Richard Pfeiffer passes away

Richard Pfeiffer's entry on the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame—into which he was inducted in 1993—notes that Pfeiffer's "name is synonymous with The Gay and Lesbian Pride Week Committee, and its sponsorship of the annual Gay ...


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  PASSAGES John Leonard Rent

John Leonard Rent passed away Sept. 9 after battling pancreatic cancer for two years—and, as many of you may be wondering, the money is gone. For more than 15 years, John was the owner and designer ...


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  PASSAGES Disability rights advocate Bristo passes away

Chicagoan Marca Bristo, who was at the forefront of numerous causes relating to disability rights, passed away Sept. 8. She was 66. Bristo was founder of the advocacy Access Living, which she began in 1980, a ...


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  Foundation's ride/walk event about mental health, dedicated to late gay man

In honor of the late Michael James Dunlap, his family and friends created The Michael James Foundation to raise awareness for people with mental health issues. The foundation will be hosting an inaugural bike ride/walk fundraiser ...


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  NATIONAL Presidential candidates, 'Art After Stonewall,' activist dies

GLAAD announced that it will join One Iowa, The Gazette, and The Advocate as national partners for the upcoming LGBTQ Presidential Forum in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Sept. 20, a press release noted. The Forum will ...


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  Remembering Michael Bauer, a call to pick up the baton

by Coco Soodek

Remarks as prepared for delivery at the memorial service for community leader Mike Bauer, Sept. 3, 2019. I'm here to speak for the hundreds of people for whom Mike was also a mentor, a teacher, a ...


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  PASSAGES Political activist Michael Bauer passes away

Activist Michael Bauer passed away Aug. 29 after a long bout with cancer. Bauer, who was an attorney and executive, had been a prominent fundraiser on behalf of numerous Chicago politicians, among them mayor Lori Lightfoot, ...


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  PASSAGES Remembering AIDS activist/volunteer Gerald 'Jerry' Pagorek

Longtime community member and AIDS activist Gerald ( Jerry ) Pagorek died on Aug. 24 following a lengthy illness. He was 76. Born June 7, 1943, on the South Side of Chicago, Pagorek attended St. Mary ...


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  PASSAGES Frank Rice

Frank Rice, Jr., 72, poet, of Chicago's uptown neighborhood, passed away unexpectedly at home August 15, 2019. Son of the late Frank Rice, Sr. and Mary Odessa Rice ( nee West ). Arrangements by Cremation Society ...


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  PASSAGES Activist Gerald Pagorek passes away

Longtime Chicago activist Gerald Pagorek has passed away, Windy City Times has learned. Pagorek, who was especially active in HIV/AIDS-related causes, especially the Open Hand Chicago food pantry ( now Vital Bridges Center on Chronic Care ...


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  Conservative donor David Koch dies at 79

Conservative billionaire David Koch—who became a household name through the policy and political empire he created with his older brother, Charles—has died at 79, media outlets reported. David retired from the conglomerate Koch Industries and the ...


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  PASSAGES Steven Ray Dobson, 70

Steven Ray Dobson, 70; of North Aurora, born in Pontiac, Michigan; former employee of Grand Trunk Railroad; passed away August 16, 2019. Steven was an easy going person who loved to laugh, made friends easily, and ...


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  PASSAGES Paul Baker

Paul Baker, long-time Northside resident, passed away on Aug. 19 at the age of 88. He was born on Jan. 9, 1931 and raised in Carollton, Missouri, served in the Navy and lived and worked most ...


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  PASSAGES CMSA Hall of Famer/former North End co-owner Bobby Nicholson

Games were played Aug. 4, but with heavy hearts—and tribute ribbons attached to players' and umpires' uniforms. The balls and strikes, safe and out calls were, in large part, secondary to the memories that ran throughout ...


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  Author Toni Morrison dies at 88

Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison has died at 88. Morrison was the first Black woman to receive the Nobel literature prize, awarded in 1993. Her novel Beloved—in which a mother, Margaret, makes a tragic choice to ...


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  PASSAGES Randy Boston

Randy Boston died July 1 in Rogers Park. He was 56. He was the eldest of six children and was preceded in death by his mother. Randy grew on Chicago's South Side, in the Back of ...


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  PASSAGES Rebecca J. Ernst

Rebecca J. Ernst passed away April 28. She was 67. Becky Ernst was born in the Midwest on Dec. 28, 1951, and moved to Alaska with her parents in the early '60s to begin her adventures. ...


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  PASSAGES James Krueger

Many are grieving the loss of James Krueger, who passed away peacefully on June 3 after a long illness. A North Side resident for more than 30 years, Jim belonged to the Rodeo Riders Social club—first ...


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  Justice John Paul Stevens, early supporter of LGBTQs

Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery this week, was one of the first members of the nation's highest court to express support for LGBT people. He ...


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  Grassroots political organizer/LGBTQ activist Cole N. Ansier dies

Grassroots political organizer and LGBTQ activist Cole N. Ansier died July 13 due to complications from a genetic health condition. He was 35. Ansier was born April 10, 1984, in Rockford, Illinois, and grew up in ...


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  PASSAGES James Krueger

Many are grieving the loss of James Krueger, who passed away peacefully on June 3 after a long illness. A North Side resident for more than 30 years, Jim belonged to the Rodeo Riders Social club—first ...


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  PASSAGES Michael O'Reilly, aka Penny

By Web Behrens

Longtime Chicagoan Michael Francis O'Reilly—a queer artist, activist, Radical Faerie and sometime provocateur best known as Penny—has died at age 57. After surviving decades with HIV, he received a lymphoma diagnosis last autumn; he passed away ...


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  PASSAGES Steven Courtney

Steven Joseph Courtney died of natural causes in his home on June 26 in Chicago. He had just turned 59 in May. Steve was born on May 8, 1960, in Dekalb, Illinois, and graduated from Dekalb ...


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  PASSAGES Milos Stehlik, leader in the Chicago film industry

Monday, July 8, 2019: Milos Stehlik, founder of Facets and a key figure in the development of Chicago's international film culture, died at his home in Lincoln Park, Chicago on Saturday, July 6, 2019. He died ...


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  PASSAGES James Andrew Aull

James Andrew Aull, IV; 80; of Oak Park, born Dec. 18, 1938 in West Norriton, Montgomery County, PA; died peacefully June 8, 2019 surrounded by family and friends. Jim grew up on a fifty-acre farm, with ...







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