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SPECIAL ISSUE: AIDS at 40
Robin Kelly chosen as new state Democratic Party chair
Most states are considering anti-transgender bills
Reggie Greer to be White House Senior Advisor on LGBTQ Issues, Victory Institute applauds
COVID More than 100K United Center vaccine appointments to start March 4
Organizations campaign for stamps honoring LGBTQ icons
Awards season kicks off with 2021 Golden Globes
U.S. House passes COVID stimulus bill
COVID Vaccinations at United Center starting March 10

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Preservation Chicago unveils list of most endangered Chicago buildings
Preservation Chicago—which works with city officials, neighborhood residents, owners and stakeholders to prevent what is often viewed as the wholesale loss of Chicago's important buildings—has revealed its 2021 list of ... more
 


  

NATIONAL Virginia items, Marriott CEO, Black LGBTQ+ icons, trans kids' book

  

Author and educator Sarah Chadwick talks new book on female sexuality

  

Pride and Less Prejudice to host panel on LGBTQ media representation March 20

  

Spots revealed for Chicago Restaurant Week 2021

  

LGBTs rise to 5.6% of U.S. population


   Local

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Illinois attorney general reacts to ERA ruling
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul issued a statement in response to a U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia decision to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Raoul, Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford and Virginia Attorney ... more
 


  

Racial justice coalition urges prosecutor to drop Jussie Smollett charges

  

SAVOR Nonnina: New team maintains high standards

  

SPECIAL ISSUE: AIDS at 40

  

Forty years later, still a call for accurate HIV-positive representation

  

STILL HERE: Long-term HIV/AIDS survivors in Chicago reflect on their experiences


   Nation & World

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Lesbian Amanda Nunes defends UFC title
Amanda Nunes—a Brazilian lesbian who many consider to be the great women's mixed-martial artist of all time—successfully defended one of her UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) titles on Feb. 6. Nunes—who ... more
 


  

Applications for asylum based on LGBT status top 11,000 between 2012, 2017

  

PrEP options likely to change following Truvada patent expiration

  

TANIA UNZUETA: Fighting for justice, one cause at a time


   Film / TV / Gossip

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Music Box to run Pedro Almodovar films starting March 12
On Friday, March 12, Music Box Theatre, 3733 N. Southport Ave., and Sony Pictures Classics will present Pedro Almodovar's critically acclaimed English-language debut, the short film The Human Voice, starring Tilda Swinton and freely based on ... more
 


  

TELEVISION 'Pose' to end after season three

  

Sisters in Cinema brings back Learn & Earn Program: Sisters in Cinema Newsroom

  

Awards season kicks off with 2021 Golden Globes


   Theater / Dance

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DANCE Hubbard Street season to resume with 'In Any Event'
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's (HSDC's) 43rd season will resume Thursday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m. with a virtual world premiere of new work by choreographer and former HSDC dancer Penny Saunders. The piece will also be ... more
 


  

THEATER Global, Grindr-based 'Borders' to run Feb. 25-27

  

'You For Me For You' benefit on Feb. 28

  

Court Theatre premieres spotlight podcast highlighting Black writers


   Music

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SHOWBIZ Leslie Jordan, Zendaya, 'Handmaid's Tale,' Hulu, Chaka Khan
Emmy winner and viral sensation Leslie Jordan announced his debut album. Company's Comin', will drop April 2 via Platoon, a press release noted. Inspired by his weekly "Sunday Mornin' Hymn Singin'" live stream, the album has ... more
 


  

Chicago Gay Men's Chorus' 'Diva Dracula' in March

  

Showbiz: Black gay director, Oscars, soccer couple, Demi Lovato

  

Queer musician Ari Gold dies at 47


   Books / Art

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Author Rick Karlin speaks about Chicago memoir and local LGBTQ press
Author Rick Karlin was recently interviewed about his 2019 memoir, Paper Cuts, in a online discussion sponsored by Gerber-Hart Library and Archive. Karlin was interviewed by author and historian Owen Keehnen. They opened with a summary ... more
 


  

LGBTQ heroes postage stamp campaign launched

  

Author and educator Sarah Chadwick talks new book on female sexuality

  

ART 'Immersive Van Gogh' extended through Sept. 6 in Chicago


   Trans

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TELEVISION 'Pose' to end after season three
The FX show Pose—the groundbreaking series focused on New York City's African-American and Latino LGBTQ+ drag ball culture scene in the 1980s and ‘90s—will end after its third season, Deadline reported. ... more
 


  

WORLD Canadian groups, Moroccan refugee, LGBT+ Rights Ghana, trans heroine

  

HUD to enforce act prohibiting discrimination on sexual orientation, gender identity

  

NATIONAL Black History Month, anti-trans bills, Penn. politician, HIV measure


   AIDS & Health

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STILL HERE: Long-term HIV/AIDS survivors in Chicago reflect on their experiences
When the first reported U.S. cases of what later became known as HIV/AIDS were reported in June 1981, a number of physicians and researchers at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and elsewhere sought to understand ... more
 


  

HIV at 40: Long-term AIDS survivor Sean Strub on diagnosis, being mayor, Larry Kramer

  

TANIA UNZUETA: Fighting for justice, one cause at a time

  

PrEP options likely to change following Truvada patent expiration


   Lesbian

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Lesbian Amanda Nunes defends UFC title
Amanda Nunes—a Brazilian lesbian who many consider to be the great women's mixed-martial artist of all time—successfully defended one of her UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) titles on Feb. 6. Nunes—who ... more
 


  

Team USA defends women's soccer title with 6-0 win

  

National Trust advocates to protect legacy of LGBTQ+ pioneers

  

Actor, writer Lena Waithe to headline screenwriting conference at DePaul U


   Sports

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Lesbian Amanda Nunes defends UFC title
Amanda Nunes—a Brazilian lesbian who many consider to be the great women's mixed-martial artist of all time—successfully defended one of her UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) titles on Feb. 6. Nunes—who ... more
 


  

Chicago Red Stars updates 2021 National Women's Soccer League preseason roster

  

Red Stars announce 'groundbreaking' ownership group

  

Team USA defends women's soccer title with 6-0 win


   Youth

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Indianapolis council condemns conversion therapy; Indiana Stonewall Dems celebrate
Indiana Stonewall Democrats celebrated the Indianapolis City-County Council and its LGBTQ councillors for passing a proclamation on Feb. 1 that formally condemns "conversion therapy" and the long-term health complications it ... more
 


  

ACLU of Illinois reacts to Auditor General's report on LGBTQ youth in DCFS care

  

Book helps families with kids discuss gender roles, same gender attraction

  

Indiana to open first home for LGBTQ+ homeless youths
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