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  NATIONAL Torres' run, tribe OKs marriage, Bernie Sanders, Netflix

New York City Councilman Ritchie Torres made history when he announced his bid for a seat in New York's House of Representatives, Queerty noted. The 31-year-old Democrat from the Bronx is the first openly gay man ...


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  WORLD Russia items, Northern Ireland reform, Malaysia police

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that the Russian government must pay approximately $41,000 in damages to three LGBT-rights groups for having refused their registration in recent years, Human Rights Watch noted. From 2006 to ...


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  SHOWBIZ Indya Moore, Janet Jackson, Cazwell & Miss Peppermint, Andy Cohen

CAA has signed actor, model, writer and social activist Indya Moore, Deadline reported. The transgender, non-binary, Haitian-Dominician actor is part of the FX series Pose, co-created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Steven Canals, and which ...


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  MUSIC Donyae Asante talks career choices, sex positivity

By Joshua Irvine

A few years back, a high school kid named Donyae Lewis portrayed Sonny in a production of In the Heights, at Governors State University. Lewis had started writing songs and poems that year to "get through ...


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  Billy Masters

"I have had sex—and Jesus still loves me. And with how you feel, me fucking in a windmill, you probably want to leave. I didn't just go to the Fantasy Suite. I fucked in a windmill. ...


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  'CLLAW XXXIII' in town July 27

The Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers ( CLLAW ) returns to Chicago with "CLLAW XXXIII: A Midsummer Night's Smack Down" on Saturday, July 27, at Logan Square Auditorium, 2539 N. Kedzie Ave. Participants will include ...


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  Volumes of racism, xenophobia on blast

The first time I heard the racial trope "Go back to where you came from," I was getting off of a school bus in a white section of town in Brooklyn. Little did I know then ...


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  Incoming Chicago House CEO, board chair speak about the future

Both Michael Herman, the incoming CEO of Chicago House, and Ryan Garrison, that organization's new board chair, say that Chicago House that "has their heart." Herman is taking Chicago House's reins over from Scott Ammarell, who ...


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  Chicagoan helps put AIDS Survivors Syndrome in the spotlight

Among the many effects of the AIDS crisis are the constellation of residual mental-health issues that can face individuals who cared for or lived with someone facing AIDS, or otherwise experienced the crisis on its proverbial ...


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  Couple face challenges, pursue justice for foster daughter

A North Side queer couple who, for two years, have been foster parents to a special-needs toddler are awaiting the court hearing that could decide the punishment for the man who is accused of shaking and ...


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  Mineral Point to display AIDS Quilt

In Wisconsin, as part of Mineral Point's 3rd annual Pride celebration, sections of the internationally celebrated AIDS Memorial Quilt—the 54-ton, handmade tapestry that stands as a memorial to more than 96,000 individuals lost to AIDS—will be ...


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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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  Evanston holding inaugural Pride Fest July 25

In an effort to extend Pride celebrations past the month of June, the City of Evanston will host an inaugural Evanston Pride Fest on Thursday, July 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Fountain Square Plaza. Pride Fest will ...


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  Disability parade highlights representation, social justice

The 16th annual Disability Pride Parade was held July 20 in the Loop. The heat did not stop the celebration, and the parade took off on the corner of Plymouth Court and Van Buren Street. Floats ...


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  BOOK REVIEW On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous

Book by Ocean Vuong. $26; Penguin Press; 256 pages One quote on author Ocean Vuong's website refers to him as "the Walt Whitman of Vietnamese-American literature." Vuong's poetry collection, Night Sky with Exit Wounds, was a ...


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  SAVOR The Purple Pig

DISH Dining Guide by Joshua Irvine

The Purple Pig has gone—next door. The popular establishment moved to a new, larger location at 444 N. Michigan Ave. this June, with an updated menu. Chef Jimmy Bannos Jr.'s establishment seats more than 100 people ...


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  Workshop on LGBTQ elders Aug. 19

Howard Brown Health will host a Nurses Health Education About LGBTQ Elders ( HEALE ) full-day workshop on Monday, Aug. 19, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., at 6500 N. Clark St. The cultural competency continuing education ( CE ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Ghost Quartet

Playwright: Dave Malloy ( book, music & lyrics ) At: Black Button Eyes Productions, Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave. Tickets: 773-327-5252 and Stage773.com; $30. Runs through: Aug. 17 The Music Man at Goodman Theatre is ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Wolf Play

Playwright: Hansol Jung At: The Gift Theatre, 4802 N. Milwaukee Ave. Tickets: $20-$40; https://www.thegifttheatre.org .Runs through: Aug. 18 The Gift Theatre's midwest premiere of Hansol Jung's Wolf Play is like nothing I've ever seen. Directed by ...


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  Critics' Picks

The Music Man, Goodman Theatre, through Aug. 18—Mary Zimmerman's buoyant, festive staging of one of America's most festive musicals celebrates a more optimistic and big-hearted USA; it's a perfect summer show and antidote for today's inglorious ...


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  THEATER REVIEW 20/20

Playwrights: About Face Youth Theatre members At: Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St. Tickets: 773-784-85665 or AboutFaceTheatre.com; $20 or pay-what-you-can. Runs through: July 28 The About Face Youth Theatre Ensemble is celebrating its 20th year ...


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  THEATER REVIEW Pomona

Playwright: Alistair McDowall At: Steep Theatre, 1115 W. Berwyn Ave. Tickets: SteepTheatre.com and 773-649-3186; $27-$38. Runs through: Aug. 24 In the course of our 85-minute play, an enthusiastic gamer will instruct a cool-cookie tyro in the ...


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  NUNN ON ONE COMEDY Chuck Norment, 'Grin' is in at Second City

The Second City e.t.c.'s 43rd Revue: Grinning from Fear to Fear continues an open run, with many sold-out shows on the second floor of 230 W. North Ave. The troupe consists of returning cast member Andrew ...


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  MUSIC Queer musician Bitch on Pride, politics and musical hiatus

L.A.-based queer musician Bitch is no stranger to thinking outside of the box. After years on hiatus, she came back with a political punch in early 2019 with her single "New Year," which is an upbeat ...


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  CONCERTS Daya; Brandi Carlile; Taste of Chicago

If the Chicago area celebrations for the 50th anniversary of The Stonewall Riots toward the end of June seemed to be epic and numerous, the smaller events and aftershocks in July managed to be just as ...


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  LETTER Ruffled feathers

Dear Editor: Recently, I was waiting for two friends on the patio and talking to my sister on the phone. A small, very elderly Black woman came up to the patio asking for money, and ...


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  SAVOR City Tap

DISH Dining Guide

In the bustling Fulton Market, a restaurant must master many areas of dining in order to thrive. From ambiance and vibe to presentation and taste — without a clear mission to accomplish these, a restaurant could ...


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  DINING Spiaggia/Cafe Spiaggia, restaurant openings

—To celebrate National Wine & Cheese Day, July 25, Spiaggia and Cafe Spiaggia ( 980 N. Michigan Ave. ) have various cheese-centric dishes. Spiaggia has caviale e burrata ( golden osetra caviar, burrata and chive ), ...


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  At W&CF, author talks 'Mostly Dead Things'

Andersonville bookstore Women & Children First welcomed queer Floridian author Kristen Arnett July 19 for a discussion about her latest book. The book, Mostly Dead Things, is about a queer woman named Jessa-Lynn who takes over ...


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  Puerto Rico guv won't resign but won't run for re-election either

On July 21, embattled Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello stated he will not seek re-election and will step down as head of his party—but will not resign his post as leader of the island, CNBC.com reported. ...


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  Poetry block party July 27 in Pilsen

The Chicago Poetry Block Party ( CPBP )—a free, all-ages celebration of poetry, music and creativity—returns to the National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 W. 19th St. on Saturday, July 27, 3-8 p.m. Presented by the ...


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  Reports: Man to testify about role in suicide-murder plot

An Oxford University official will testify against a Northwestern University researcher with whom he carried out a murder plot as part of a plea deal, according to Chicago Sun-Times. Andrew Warren, who worked as a clerk ...


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  Fundraiser established to assist Gigi Mayona√®'s family

An online fundraiser has been established to assist with funeral expenses for Jherrion Bates, who performed under the drag persona of Gigi Mayonaè, who was killed as the result of an accident in Boystown the early ...


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  Birds, letters lead to Mamby on the Beach being canceled

The musical event Mamby on the Beach—slated to take place Aug. 23-24 on Chicago's Montrose Beach—has been canceled after the arrival of federally protected birds as well as efforts from community stakeholders, according to The Chicago ...


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  Fahrenheit award reception Aug. 23

Fahrenheit Chicago and Equality Illinois will co-host the Fahrenheit Chicago Honors Reception on Friday, Aug. 23, 7-10 p.m., at Connect Gallery, 1520 E. Harper Ct. Howard Brown Health and The Reva & David Logan Foundation are ...


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  Race Riot anniversary to be marked July 27

In Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood, the 100th anniversary of day that ignited the 1919 Chicago Race Riot ( CRR19 ) will be commemorated with a couple events on Saturday, July 27. At 8:30-9:30 a.m., there will be ...


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  THEATER The Music Man

Author: Meredith Wilson ( book, music & lyrics ) At: Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn. Tickets: 312-443-3800; GoodmanTheatre.org; $25-$142. Runs through: Aug. 18 Director Mary Zimmerman won a Tony Award and a MacArthur Fellowship for her ...


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  HIV/AIDS program head resigned after violating sexual-harassment policy

A report has stated that Eduardo Alvarado—the head of the Illinois Department of Public Health's HIV/AIDS program—resigned in May after it was recommended he be fired for violating the agency's sexual-harassment policy and verbally abusing staff, ...


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  Making Barrington More Welcoming LGBTQ Discussion Panel July 23

BARRINGTON, Ill. —July 18, 2019—Cook County Commissioner Kevin B. Morrison will participate in the Making Barrington More Welcoming LGBTQ Discussion Panel Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Barrington Area Library. The panel, which is open to ...


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  Smollett fighting special prosecutor appointment

Weeks after an Illinois judge ordered that a special prosecutor be appointed to investigate the handling of Jussie Smollett's abandoned criminal case, the embattled actor said July 19 that he wants that move nullified, Deadline reported. ...


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  Andersonville Summer Sidewalk Sale this month on July 26-28

CHICAGO ( July 9, 2019 ) — The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce ( ACC ) will host the annual Andersonville Summer Sidewalk Sale this month on July 26-28 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily ( ...


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  About Face Youth Theatre Ensemble's 20th Anniversary, 20/20

CHICAGO — The About Face Youth Theatre Ensemble is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the world premiere of 20/20, an exhilarating dive into recent queer history devised and performed by members of the About Face Youth ...


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  Goodman Theatre announces 2019/2020 season

( Chicago, IL ) Goodman Theatre announces the casting and creative teams for its 2019/2020 "Theater That Moves" Season openers. The season kicks-off September 6 in the Owen Theatre with the world premiere of Lucas Hnath's ...


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  New artist and writers group for LGBTQ for 12+

Chicago Community Activist Steve English and Licensed Professional Counselor Patti Ahern are joining forces to create an artist and writers group for LGBTQ and questioning adolescents aged 12 and up. The purpose of the group is ...


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  Tips to deal with the extreme heat

According to the National Weather Service, heat will build to dangerous levels Thursday through Saturday ( July 18-20 ). Temperatures will reach into the high 90s on all three of those days and the heat index—the ...


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  Sideshow Theatre Company 2019-20 season to premiere X, Pro-Am

CHICAGO ( July 17, 2019 ) — Sideshow Theatre Company is pleased to announce its 2019-20 Season, launching this fall with the U.S. premiere of Alistair McDowall's mind-bending sci-fi thriller X, directed by artistic director Jonathan ...


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  'TGNC Access to Surgical Services' Sept. 13

Howard Brown Health's Center for Education, Research and Advocacy ( ERA ) will host the 2019-2020 gender-affirming learning series "Holistic Care for TGNC People: Updates on Social, Medical, and Trauma-informed Care Continuum." The series includes "Transgender ...


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  Rally calls for Puerto Rico gov's resignation after anti-LGBTQ chat surfaces

In the wake of Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rossello's political allies' recent arrests on corruption and fraud charges, the Chicago Boricua Resistance and its allies rallied in front of Federal Plaza on July 16. Among the ...


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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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  THEATER REVIEW Wolf Play

Playwright: Hansol Jung At: The Gift Theatre, 4802 N. Milwaukee, Chicago. Tickets: https://www.thegifttheatre.org. Runs through: Aug 18 The Gift Theatre's midwest premiere of Hansol Jung's Wolf Play is like nothing I've ever seen before. Directed by ...


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  Minimum wage raise would increase earnings for 1.5 million LGBT adults

On Thursday, the US House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Raise the Wage Act. The Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law estimates that 1,450,000 LGBT adults would see an increase in earnings ...


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  Barrel of Monkeys Presents Free Summer Workshops, Performances

CHICAGO ( July 16, 2019 ) — Barrel of Monkeys, one of Chicago's leaders in arts education, will present free creative writing workshops and public performances August 5 — 10, 2019 through the new Millennium Park ...


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  Promethean's 14th season to explore status of women, societies past, imagined

The rights and roles of women in society will be examined in Promethean Theatre Ensemble's 2019-20 season via three plays all penned or adapted by women. The first two will revisit the early years of women's ...


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  First Floor Theater to begin Season 8 with Sugar in Our Wounds

By Donja R. Love, Directed by FFT Company Member Mikael Burke, October 19, 2019 - November 23, 2019 On a plantation during the Civil War, a mystical tree stretches toward heaven. It protects James, a young ...


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  Adler Planetarium Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Adler Planetarium Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing with Three Days of Special Programming this Thursday-Saturday WHAT: The Adler Planetarium is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon ...


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  Rupaul's Drag Race and Billy Porter among Emmy nominees

RuPaul's Drag Race was among the television programs the Television Academy announced as having earned Emmy nominations for 2019, according to the Academy's July 16 announcement. The VH1 competition-reality show received nine nominations. Pose's Billy Porter ...


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  Former Supreme Ct. justice Stevens dies at 99

Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died at age 99 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on July 16. According to Advocate.com, Stevens left a legacy of pro-LGBTQ decisions. While on the court—1975 to 2010—he dissented ...


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  Groping case against Kevin Spacey dropped

On July 16, Massachusetts prosecutors dropped the groping case against Kevin Spacey, CBS Boston reported. Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe said in a court filing that he was filing a nolle prosequi ( a ...


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  CPD seeks comments on firearms policy

The Chicago Police Department unveiled a draft of the firearm pointing incidents policy on July 16, after reviewing and incorporating feedback from the Independent Monitoring Team assessing the department's compliance with the consent decree, and the ...


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  Affinity looking for program coordinator

Affinity Community Services ( ACS )—a social-justice organization serving the needs of the Black LGBTQ community of Chicago with a particular focus on Black LGBTQ women—is searching for a part-time program coordinator ( 20 hours/week ). ...


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  THEATER True West

Playwright: Sam Shepard At: Steppenwolf Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted St. Tickets: Steppenwolf.org. Runs through: Aug. 25 What is the "true west?" Deserts and prairies and stories about unassailable heroes and black-hatted villains? California, with Hollywood's fantasy ...


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  DINING Tacos y Tamales Festival, Taste of River North, Mercat

—Green Curtain Events has announced the 4th Annual Tacos y Tamales Festival on July 19-21 at 16th and Peoria streets. The Tacos y Tamales Festival aims to give back to the community in which it is ...


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  SHOWBIZ Jennifer Lopez, 'Toy Story 4,' Rosie, Darren Criss, John Waters

Jennifer Lopez had a surprise for a gay teen who was barred from giving the valedictorian speech, PinkNews noted. The superstar surprised Nat Werth backstage at her show in Milwaukee on July 3. The teen was ...


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  WORLD Alan Turing, Theresa May, UN expert, South Korea military

The Bank of England will honor the late gay mathematician/codebreaker Alan Turing on the 50-pound note, LGBTQ Nation reported. After World War II, he was prosecuted because he admitting to having a relationship with another man ...


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  THEATER Strange Heart Beating

Playwright: Kristin Idaszak At: Cloudgate Theatre at the Frontier, 1106 W. Thorndale Ave. Tickets: CloudgateTheatre.com; $5-$45. Runs through: July 28 There's potential for a nifty TV-movie in Kristin Idaszak's play—TWO movies, in fact. Whether they are ...


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  NATIONAL Miss Major ailing, NAACP, crime items, Puerto Rico governor

Miss Major Griffin-Gracy—a Stonewall Riots veteran and staple in transgender activism for nearly 50 years—suffered a stroke July 4, Out.com reported. News about the 78-year-old's condition was first shared via House of GG's: Griffin-Gracy Educational Retreat ...


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  Planned Parenthood suddenly announces new leadership

On July 16, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America ( PPFA ) and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund ( PPAF ) boards of directors announced that Dr. Leana Wen is departing her role as president and ...


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  U.S. House condemns Trump tweets as racist

On July 16, the U.S. House formally condemned President Donald Trump's recent tweets telling four Democratic congresswomen of color that they should "go back" to where they came from as racist—in a vote split largely along ...


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  TRAVEL Arizona: Hot and cool

"Arizonans are like lizards." I heard this sentence while recently visiting the neighboring cities of Phoenix and Tempe—and it certainly wasn't meant to slam residents. Rather, it was a comment on the habits of people who ...


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  Trump Administration Moves to End Asylum Protections for Central Americans

( Washington,DC ) Today, the Trump administration announced the publication tomorrow of an interim rule that would end asylum protections for most Central American migrants by providing that asylum seekers who pass through another country first ...


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  Auditorium Theatre receives Outstanding Historic Theatre Award

( CHICAGO, IL ) On July 14, 2019, the Auditorium Theatre received the League of Historic American Theatres' ( LHAT ) Outstanding Historic Theatre Award, recognizing the Auditorium for its demonstrated excellence through its programs and ...


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  THEATER REVIEW The Drag Seed

Author: David Cerda Directed by: Cheryl Snodgrass. At: Mary's Attic, 5400 N. Clark St. Tickets: : $20-44; BrownPaperTickets.com. Runs through: Aug. 24 Hell in a Handbag is presenting The Drag Seed, by David Cerda. This is ...


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  Gay man talks about running for state rep

Every morning, Ken Meija-Beal awakes to his alarm at 3:30 a.m. The first thing on his mind is to respond to each and every message he received overnight. After that, he heads to the gym. To ...







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