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COVID: CDC says fully vaccinated people don't need to wear masks indoors
Gov. Pritzker confirms Illinois will enter Bridge Phase of reopening May 14
Controversial NU athletic director resigns [UPDATE]
'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to end after 19 seasons
GOP ousts Liz Cheney from leadership role
CMSA continues embezzlement investigation
HHS: Prohibition on sex discrimination includes sexual orientation, gender identity
Pride Parade coordinator provides latest on the 'likely scenario' for event
COVID Illinois to partially relax restrictions May 14, may fully reopen June 11

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CMSA files lawsuit against ex-treasurer, alleging fraud and misappropriation
The LGBTQA local organization known as the Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA) filed a five-count lawsuit May 4 in the Circuit Court of Cook County seeking damages and restitution from the former board treasurer Michael O. ... more
 


  

Mackenzie Lansing lands juicy role on 'Mare of Easttown'

  

Warrant issued for Joliet teacher accused of inappropriate communication with teen boy [UPDATE]

  

Pride Parade coordinator provides latest on the 'likely scenario' for event

  

Chicago Red Stars announce schedule

  

The National Black Justice Coalition mourns death of Mikayla Miller


   Local

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Pritzker announces 'Time for Me to Drive' campaign to jump-start Illinois
Gov. JB Pritzker joined the Illinois Office of Tourism and industry leaders to kick off "Time for Me to Drive"—a new campaign to promote the return of travel across the state. In its first new campaign ... more
 


  

Quigley advocates for trans immigrants during ICE hearing

  

Mayor Lightfoot expands vaccine exemption with Bridge Phase May 14

  

Gov. Pritzker confirms Illinois will enter Bridge Phase of reopening May 14

  

Gov. Pritzker announces $1B in Rebuild Illinois grants for Local infrastructure projects

  

Wisdom Awards celebrates accomplishments of Black LGBTQ+ women elders


   Nation & World

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Don Lemon announces end of 'CNN Tonight'
CNN host Don Lemon insisted he is not leaving the network after claiming on his show on May 14 that "changes are coming," according to Newsweek. In part, he said, "It's been really, really great. This ... more
 


  

Tennessee governor signs anti-trans 'bathroom bill'

  

U.S. House GOPs select Stefanik to succeed Cheney

  

SPORTS Patrick McEnroe on his podcast, out athletes and Serena


   Film / TV / Gossip

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Don Lemon announces end of 'CNN Tonight'
CNN host Don Lemon insisted he is not leaving the network after claiming on his show on May 14 that "changes are coming," according to Newsweek. In part, he said, "It's been really, really great. This ... more
 


  

FILM Tello Films founder starts new production entity

  

FILM NewFest announces summer film series NewFest Pride

  

Black Lives, Black Words Int'l Project, Writers Theatre to premier Ride Share


   Theater / Dance

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DANCE Joffrey Ballet expands to South Loop
The Joffrey Ballet announced the establishment of new studio space and training facilities at 1920 S.Wabash Ave. (formerly the Chicago Dance Academy studios)—expanding the Joffrey's reach to the South Loop and beyond, and marking a major ... more
 


  

Dance for Life to take place in person (and for free) Aug. 26

  

Citadel Theatre to return in fall with a four-show 2021-22 season

  

Cast announced for May 18 virtual reading of JEFFREY


   Music

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Lollapalooza expected to return July 29-Aug. 1
The Lollapalooza Festival will return to Chicago with a four-day event at its usual place and date range — Grant Park, July 29-Aug. 1—according to Variety. The City of Chicago gave the event the green light ... more
 


  

Tina Turner, The Go-Go's among 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees

  

Ann Hampton Callaway releases 'Revelation'

  

Jody Watley: Conversation with an icon


   Books / Art

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BOOKS Lesbian author Amanda Kabak to release hate-crime novel July 20
Lesbian author Amanda Kabak—a Chicago native who now resides in Lakeland, Florida—is releasing the novel Upended on July 20. In Upended, Maddie, a driven entrepreneur, finds her world thrown into disarray when she survives a hate ... more
 


  

'An Evening with Fran Lebowitz' in April 2022 in NYC

  

Stephanie Battaglino, New York Life's first transgender officer, releases memoir

  

Gerber/Hart holding large book sale/exhibit viewing June 6


   Trans

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Tennessee governor signs anti-trans 'bathroom bill'
On May 14, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed House Bill 1233 (Senate Bill 1367)—an anti-transgender "bathroom bill"—into law, The Advocate reported. The statute will deny trans students and staff in ... more
 


  

Federal judge hears incarcerated trans woman's motion

  

Quigley advocates for trans immigrants during ICE hearing

  

TELEVISION Jasmine Davis returns to 'The Chi'


   AIDS & Health

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COVID: CDC says fully vaccinated people don't need to wear masks
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said that people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 do not need to wear masks or practice social distancing indoors or outdoors, except under ... more
 


  

Gov. Pritzker confirms Illinois will enter Bridge Phase of reopening May 14

  

Mayor Lightfoot expands vaccine exemption with Bridge Phase May 14

  

UK to ban conversion therapy


   Lesbian

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BOOKS Lesbian author Amanda Kabak to release hate-crime novel July 20
Lesbian author Amanda Kabak—a Chicago native who now resides in Lakeland, Florida—is releasing the novel Upended on July 20. In Upended, Maddie, a driven entrepreneur, finds her world thrown into disarray when she survives a hate ... more
 


  

FILM Tello Films founder starts new production entity

  

'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to end after 19 seasons

  

'An Evening with Fran Lebowitz' in April 2022 in NYC


   Sports

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Former Chicago Blackhawk files sexual-assault suit against team
Attorney Susan E. Loggins—who represents a former Chicago Blackhawks player in a sexual-assault lawsuit against the team—told the Chicago Tribune that she intends to call a former teammate as a witness in the case. Loggins also ... more
 


  

Chicago Sky waives several players

  

SPORTS Patrick McEnroe on his podcast, out athletes and Serena

  

Controversial NU athletic director resigns [UPDATE]


   Youth

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SAIC hosts 'Debunking Conversion Therapy' virtual panel
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) hosted a virtual panel, "Debunking Conversion Therapy," on April 23 that focused on how people have been negatively impacted by conversion therapy, what the Bible says and ... more
 


  

Warrant issued for Joliet teacher accused of inappropriate communication with teen boy [UPDATE]

  

GLAAD responds to increase in suicide attempts among trans youth in Arkansas

  

Students speak out after Pride flag removal at Indiana school [UPDATE]
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