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Polis tries ENDA discharge petition - House Democrats announced Wednesday they will try to use a parliamentary procedure —a discharge petition— to force the Republican-dominated chamber ...
Mary Bonauto, Alison Bechdel, Samuel Hunter are MacArthur Fellows - Lesbian attorney Mary Bonauto and lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel are among the 21 selections for the 2014 MacArthur Fellows awards. ...
Trans* woman claims self-defense in case - Like any 22-year-old growing up in a country that has historically prided itself on opportunities available to all, Eisha Love ...
Author: Gretchen Rachel Blickensderfer
Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame selects next inductees - From a press release - Fifteen individuals and organizations will be inducted Nov. 12 into the Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame, the country's ...
Lea Delaria, Artemis at Lakeside Pride Women in Music Nov. 16 - From a press release - CHICAGO, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 — Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles presents Women in Music, a festive celebration featuring female composers, conductors ...
Thousands run, walk to fight HIV/AIDS - by Jonathan Jones - With barely a cloud in the blue sky overhead, 3,500 participants gathered for the 13th Annual AIDS Run and Walk ...
Activists cry foul on Rauner "no social agenda" ad - Illinois gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner released a new commercial Sept. 11 wherein he denies having a social agenda, but activists ...
Author: Matt Simonette
In apology to trans community, HRC to push for LGBT bill - In a surprising move, the president of the nation's largest LGBT organization offered an apology to the transgender community at ...
Author: Chuck Colbert

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Trans* woman claims self-defense in case - Like any 22-year-old growing up in a country that has historically prided itself on opportunities available to all, Eisha Love ...
Mother of Eisha Love: Heartbreak and courage - Novelist and poet Barbara Kingsolver once wrote that "sometimes the strength of motherhood is greater than natural laws." For one ...
Author: Gretchen Rachel Blickensderfer
Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame selects next inductees - From a press release - Fifteen individuals and organizations will be inducted Nov. 12 into the Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame, the country's ...
In apology to trans community, HRC to push for LGBT bill - In a surprising move, the president of the nation's largest LGBT organization offered an apology to the transgender community at ...
Author: Chuck Colbert
Chuck Wolfe leaving Victory Fund - Chuck Wolfe will step down as the head of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund at the end of this ...
Fed Appeals Court upholds NJ law banning conversion therapy - From a press release - ( Trenton, NJ, September 11, 2014 )—Today, a panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ...
Activists cry foul on Rauner "no social agenda" ad - Illinois gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner released a new commercial Sept. 11 wherein he denies having a social agenda, but activists ...
Author: Matt Simonette
Faderman, Lazin in Chicago for Legacy Project benefit - Prominent lesbian historian and author Lillian Faderman and Malcolm Lazin, executive director of the Philadelphia-based Equality Forum, were the special ...
Gay Liberation Network among protesters at Federal Building - Members of Gay Liberation Network ( GLN ) were among the groups joined in a protest in front of Kluczynski ...
American anti-LGBT groups promoting bigotry abroad - From an HRC press release - WASHINGTON —— There is a network of American extremists who work tirelessly to undercut LGBT people around the world at ...
Quigley announces Jonathan "Yoni" Pizer as LGBT liaison - From a press release - CHICAGO — Today, U.S. Representative Mike Quigley ( IL-05 ) named Jonathan "Yoni" Pizer as his new LGBT Liaison following ...
Reinhart succeeds Darby as AVER president - Lee Reinhart has succeeded Jim Darby, founder and longtime president of the Chicago chapter of the American Veterans for Equal ...
U.S. grants asylum for LGBTI activist John Abdallah Wambere - From a press release - Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders client John "Longjones" Abdallah Wambere has been granted asylum in the U.S. With escalating ...
Fifteen groups ask for special U.S. envoy for LGBT rights - From a press release - Washington D.C. — American Jewish World Service ( AJWS ) and a coalition of advocacy and human rights organizations met ...
Illinois Fiscal Crisis panel Oct. 23 at Loyola - "It's Your Money: Illinois Election 2014 and Fiscal Crisis in Illinois" is the focus of a panel discussion Thursday, Oct. ...
'Queers in the Kingdom' filmmaker on movie, Wheaton College - REELING FILM FESTIVAL Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Documentarian Markie Hancock's Queers in the Kingdom: Let Your Light Shine will be featured at the Reeling LGBT Film Festival ...
Author: Carrie Maxwell, Windy City Times
Men Having Babies hosts parenting expo - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Men Having Babies, Inc. organized a surrogacy seminar and gay parenting expo on Sept. 13 at the Center on Halsted. ...
Author: Phillip-John Puzzo
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Chicago House mark 25 years - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams—whose names have become a brand—make a dynamic duo. Twenty-five years ago, the two started a ...
Author: Jerry Nunn, Windy City Times
Nat'l HIV/AIDS, Aging Awareness Day; Richmond, Va.'s, pitch - National roundup: Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - The 7th annual National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day will be observed Thursday, Sept. 18, with the U.S. Department of ...
Author: Andrew Davis, Windy City Times
UN's Free & Equal; Grindr controversy; Chinese serial killer - World news: Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Free & Equal—the United Nations Human Rights Office's global public education campaign for LGBT equality—has released "UN Free & Equal: ...
Author: Andrew Davis, Windy City Times
Oak Park Area Lesbian & Gay Assoc. 25th anniv. event - Since its founding in 1989, OPALGA, the Oak Park Area lesbian & gay Association, has served Oak Park and the ...
Gender working group seeks submissions; Quigley has new liaison - Gender/sexuality group seeks submissions The Gender and Sexualities Studies Working Group is soliciting submissions for the upcoming fall quarter. Students ...
Deidre McCloskey on family and trans* battles to be won - Role models in the transgender community are becoming increasingly more prolific, not solely because they are trans* but because their ...
Author: Gretchen Rachel Blickensderfer
LGBT group hosts 9/11 tribute to Fr. Mychal Judge - About 50 people attended the 9/11 memorial tribute to Fr. Mychal Judge at Old St. Patrick's Church Sept. 11. The ...
Author: Carrie Maxwell, Windy City Times
Openly gay Roosevelt Univ. president to retire - During 2015's commencement ceremony, Roosevelt University President Charles R. "Chuck" Middleton will, for the last time, repeat the same request ...
Author: Gretchen Rachel Blickensderfer
D'Emilio's work honored at UIC symposium - Historian John D'Emilio, who this past August retired from his post at the University of Illinois at Chicago ( UIC ...
Author: Matt Simonette
D'Emilio symposium examines state and future of his field - Following the May 2014 retirement of renowned and accomplished LGBTQ educator, historian, author and activist John D'Emilio from a 15-year ...
Author: Gretchen Rachel Blickensderfer
Preckwinkle backers gather to support re-election bid - Supporters of Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle's bid for re-election to her post gathered for a fundraising event sponsored ...
Author: Matt Simonette
Life: Twelve - A recurring column - Twelve, what a great age. It's the year before you officially become a teenager. Most kids this age are hanging ...
Author: Breezi C.
Mary Bonauto, Alison Bechdel, Samuel Hunter are MacArthur Fellows - Lesbian attorney Mary Bonauto and lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel are among the 21 selections for the 2014 MacArthur Fellows awards. ...
Veterans Health Administration opens doors to LGBT vets - by Sammy Caiola - Jim Darby is starting to feel better about his grave. Morbid as it sounds, the 82-year-old U.S. Navy veteran is ...
Polis tries ENDA discharge petition - House Democrats announced Wednesday they will try to use a parliamentary procedure —a discharge petition— to force the Republican-dominated chamber ...
Author: Lisa Keen, Keen News Service
Coalition continues push for rescinded HIV/AIDS allocations - A statewide coalition of HIV/AIDS organizations, most of whom primarily serve persons of color, is continuing with its efforts to ...
Author: Matt Simonette
Rep. Harris honored by Almost Home Kids group - From a press release - Almost Home Kids ( AHK ) announces its 2014 Share the Care Ball Awardees for their Oct. 24 Chicago gala ...
ABA names awardees for LGBT advances in law profession - From a press release - CHICAGO, Sept. 11, 2014 — Three longstanding LGBT legal activists will be honored by the American Bar Association Commission on ...
Ugandan documentary screens at church - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times by Lauren E. Childers - Renowned documentary Call Me Kuchu was screened at Broadway United Methodist Church and hosted by partner organization CLASP ( Chicago ...
ASK LAMBDA LEGAL Trans health care - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Dear Ask Lambda Legal, I have put off going to the doctor's office for a long time out of fear ...
Author: M. Dru Levasseur
Chicago 2014 Homeless Youth Summit generates projects - Windy City Times has released a detailed report of recommendations from the first LGBTQ youth summit on homelessness. WCT hosted ...
LETTERS - By George... Dear Editor: I was somewhat surprised by Cardinal Francis George's willingness to meet with a gay man Sept. ...
VIEWS A gay icon gone - You either loved Joan Rivers or you hated her. Her stand-up, red-carpet catcalls and colorful over-the-top humor—insult comedy, shock humor ...
Author: Rev. Irene Monroe
Maria Mejia writes about her HIV battle - Maria Mejia has long heard that she should write her autobiography, but just never was ready. After all, there are ...
Author: Ross Forman, Windy City Times
Man fired from church job meets Cardinal George - By Matt Simonette A gay man who was fired in late July from his position as director of worship at ...

Entertainment
Tomlin honor; lesbian situation on 'Orange'; Whitney CD/DVD - Entertainment news: Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Lily Tomlin will be one of five recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors this year—the first out lesbian to be ...
October Mourning: A Song for Matthew Shepard on stage Oct. 9 - From a press release - Flint, MI — Non-profit theatre company, Trust Theatre Ensemble, will premiere their stage adaptation of October Mourning: A Song for ...
Roosevelt doc sidesteps Eleanor's sexuality - Filmmaker Ken Burns unveiled his latest documentary, "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" to a crowd of about 900 people at ...
Author: Carrie Maxwell, Windy City Times
Reeling Film Festival overview - One of Chicago's most valued cultural institutions, Reeling: The Chicago LGBT International Film Festival, returns from Thursday, Sept. 18 to ...
Author: Richard Knight, Jr., for Windy City Times
Lea Delaria, Artemis at Lakeside Pride Women in Music Nov. 16 - From a press release - CHICAGO, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 — Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles presents Women in Music, a festive celebration featuring female composers, conductors ...
Morten, Bennett launch production company, Focused Media - From a press release - Chicago, IL—Mary Morten and Jim Bennett launch their new Chicago-based production company, Focused Media, LLC, by celebrating the second season ...
ENTERTAINMENT NOTES Performances, appearances and releases - Lea Delaria, Artemis at Lakeside Pride's 'Women in Music' Nov. 16 Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles presents "Women in Music"—a celebration ...
REELING FILM FESTIVAL Max Adler of 'Glee' runs amok in Saugatuck - NUNN ON ONE: Extended for on online edition of Windy City Times - Reeling Film Festival returns Sept. 18-25 as the second-longest running LGBT film festival in the world. One film, Saugatuck Cures, ...
Author: Jerry Nunn, Windy City Times
REELING FILM FEST The movie 'Lilting': Lost in translation - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Language isn't the only barrier that stands between a gay man and the non-English-speaking mother of his dead, closeted boyfriend ...
Author: Lawrence Ferber
Theater spotlight and Critics' Picks - Actress Amanda Peet made her off-Broadway debut as a playwright in 2013 with a drama inspired by the recent downfall ...
Billy Masters - "This is such a loss for the world. But, more importantly, what a huge loss for QVC."—Jimmy Fallon pays tribute ...
Author: Billy Masters
FALL SPECIAL: ART 'David Bowie Is' opening in Chicago - Still rebuilding after the devastating German air raids of World War II, Britain's mood in 1947 was desolate. Rationing was ...
Author: Gretchen Rachel Blickensderfer
NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Josh Young: 'Grace' under pressure - This October, Chicagoans are being treated to another pre-Broadway engagement—this time with a musical called Amazing Grace. It tells the ...
Author: Jerry Nunn, Windy City Times
NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Ryan Czerwonko's 'Dead' reckoning - Evil Dead: The Musical is creeping into the Broadway Playhouse this fall and only running for three weeks. This horror ...
Author: Jerry Nunn, Windy City Times
FALL THEATER SPECIAL Autumn premieres - Chicago theater chugs along ... and chugs along and chugs along. The 2014-2015 season is filled with delights covering 2,400 ...
Author: Jonathan Abarbanel, Windy City Times
Autumn classics and revivals and how to tell the difference - FALL THEATER SPECIAL - The word "classic" is tossed around pretty casually these days—indeed, it's not uncommon for Baby Boom geezers to affix that ...
Author: Mary Shen Barnidge
Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra: UNDONE - THEATER REVIEW - Adapting and condensing a historical theater epic down to fit into a tiny storefront theater space sounds like a fool's ...
Author: Scott C. Morgan, Windy City Times
Miracles in the Fall - THEATER REVIEW - Playwright: Chuck O'Connor. At: Polarity Ensemble Theatre at the Greenhouse, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave. Tickets: 773-404-7336; ; $25. Runs through: ...
Author: Mary Shen Barnidge
THEATER REVIEW The Midnight City - Playwright: Tony Fitzpatrick. At: Firecat Projects at the Steppenwolf Garage, 1624 N. Hasted St. Tickets: 312-335-1650; ; $25. Runs through: ...
Author: Mary Shen Barnidge
DOUBLE REVIEW Isaac's Eye; Death Tax - Playwright: Lucas Hnath. At: Lookingglass Theatre, the Water Tower Water Works ( Death Tax ); Writers' Theatre, Books on Vernon, ...
Author: Jonathan Abarbanel, Windy City Times
The show must go on: A season of musicals and operas is coming - FALL THEATER SPECIAL - This past Thursday, Sept. 11, theaters around the Chicago area dimmed their marquee lights at 7:30 p.m. in tribute to ...
Author: Scott C. Morgan, Windy City Times
FALL THEATER SPECIAL Cornucopia of dance headed Chicago's way - A chill in the air, sweaters, and hot chocolate with marshmallows—these make up the quintessence of fall. Although Chicagoans might ...
Author: Lauren Warnecke
Director talks dynamics of trans-focused film 'Boy Meets Girl' - REELING FILM FESTIVAL Extended for the online version of Windy City Times by Gary M. Kramer - Boy Meets Girl is a sweet, sensitive drama about sexual fluidity has Ricky ( Michelle Hendley ), a transgender teen, ...
Screenings: Bjork film, Ugandan LGBT film - Bjork film screening in U.S. starting Sept. 26 Björk: Biophilia Live—the documentary film capturing the concert centered on Björk's eighth ...
Reeling Film Festival at Century Centre Sept. 20 - From a press release - Saturday, Sept. 20 Reeling Film Festival: The Chicago LGBT International Film Festival will take over Landmark's Century Centre Cinema ( ...
Writing the Disability Experience: Local to authors read - From a press release - Riva Lehrer will be sharing excerpts from her memoir-in-progress ?Golem Girl Gets Lucky.? Riva is best known as a portrait ...
Skrebneski unveils Chicago International Film Fest poster - From a press release - CHICAGO, IL ( September 11, 2014 ) — Bold, symbolic and undeniably unlike anything seen before from the world-renowned photographer ...
Over the Rainbow Gilda's benefit at Sidetrack Nov. 12 - The 4th Annual Over the Rainbow, a benefit to raise money and awareness for those who struggle with cancer in ...
GLTB book discussion group forms in Evanston - Former Evanston Arts Commissioner Greg Salustro leads a monthly discussion of books and plays by or about members of the ...
Words or Music? Renee Fleming & Mark Strand - From a press release - \CHICAGO — Join the Poetry Foundation on October 7 at 7 pm as superstar soprano Renée Fleming and Pulitzer Prize-winning ...
Five Worth Finding: West Loop restaurant, steamy film - —Packing House ( http://packinghousechicago.com/ ): This West Loop restaurant occupies the old Municipal space, and offers such mouth-watering dishes as ...
Pastor/CTS student in trans* documentary - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times by Lauren E. Childers - Rev. Kevin Downer, a doctoral student at Chicago Theological Seminary ( CTS ), will be featured as a religious expert ...
MUSICAL ROUNDUP 'Mud' about Riot Fest - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - On Sept. 12, the 10th anniversary of Riot Fest kicked off with a big, sloppy, muddy kiss. The festival, which ...
Author: Vern Hester
BOOK REVIEW The Changing Face of Modern Families: Gay & Lesbian Parents - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - By Julianna Fields, $22.95; Mason Crest, Publishers; 65 pages The scene is familiar to every LGBT teen who first accepts ...
Author: Robert William Kingett
MUSIC Mikey Wax, Brendan James fill SPACE - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - On Sept. 9, Evanston, Illinois got a double blast of East Coast rock-pop with an SRO show at SPACE featuring ...
Author: Vern Hester
Dining news: Taste Talks; Freshii's kids' menu - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - —Taste Talks will take place Oct. 3-5 in Chicago. Events include "Mother of Pearl" Oct. 3 ( 7-10 p.m. ) ...
Author: Andrew Davis, Windy City Times
Gay music legend dies; O'Donnell on Boomer List; Staples honored - Mavis Staples to receive Sandburg Award Oct. 22 Grammy Award-winning singer and civil-rights activist Mavis Staples will receive the inaugural ...
BOOK NOTES Group forms in Evanston; Authors read Disability - Chicago's OutLoud launch Sept. 18 StoryCorps—an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide people of all backgrounds and beliefs with ...
THEATER NEWS - FWD event to feature Tony winner Mueller Eight veteran actors, directors, writers, choreographers and producers have created FWD ( "Festival ...
Ceres' Table; Soho House Chicago eateries - DISH: WEEKLY DINING GUIDE - Patrons have been warned: They should "bee" careful at Ceres' Table ( 3124 N. Broadway; http:// ) if they're going ...
Author: Andrew Davis, Windy City Times
BOOK REVIEW Out in the Union - Some might remember the classic 1997 Simpsons episode "Homer's Phobia" that was dedicated to the steelworkers of the United States. ...
Author: Joe Franco
About Face Theatre presents Black and Tan Supper Club - From a press release - CHICAGO ( September 10, 2014 ) — For one exclusive night, step back into the golden age of Chicago's Bohemian ...

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Thousands run, walk to fight HIV/AIDS - by Jonathan Jones - With barely a cloud in the blue sky overhead, 3,500 participants gathered for the 13th Annual AIDS Run and Walk ...
Sky lose to Phoenix in WNBA finals - From a press release - CHICAGO — With their season on the line, the Chicago Sky returned to their old stomping grounds, the UIC Pavilion, ...
SPORTS NOTES Appearances, performances, games - Billie Jean King to speak at CFW annual luncheon Activist/tennis icon Billie Jean King will be the keynote speaker at ...
Gay in the Life: Joe Lucarelli - Joe Lucarelli went to a meeting a few years ago for a friend to see what the AIDS Marathon Training ...
Author: Ross Forman, Windy City Times
Proud to Run opens applications for 2015 beneficiaries - From a press release - Proud to Run welcomes applications for beneficiaries of the 2015 Proud to Run 5k and 10k run/walk. Over its 33 ...


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