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Identity 2007-09-01

identity 2007-09-01

Meth Ad Criticized; Company Responds

A member of the Chicago Crystal Meth Task Force ( CCMTF ) and a local addiction expert have sounded off against a meth addiction advertisement that has appeared in various gay publications. An ad for PROMETA®, ...
Mary Wilson at Centre East

Mary Wilson at Centre East

Mary Wilson, one of the original members of The Supremes, will launch Centre East's 2007-2008 season with favorites and contemporary hits in a rare solo concert on Sunday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. Centre East is ...
identity 2007-09-01

African Ensemble at Bailiwick

Fehinty African Theater Ensemble (FATE) and producer Adekunle Akingboju will lead the Chicago premierre of Wole Soyinka's Death and the King's Horseman at the Bailiwick Art Center on Sept. 10-16. The play is based on a ...
identity 2007-09-01

BOOK REVIEW Papi Chulo: A Legend, A Novel and the Puerto Rican Identity

by Carlos T. Mock, MD Floricanto Press, 248 pages, $24.95 Review by Tracy Baim Chicagoan Carlos T. Mock is a political voyeur. He writes frequently on blogs and in newspaper columns about a wide range of ...
identity 2007-09-01

Black Caucus Meeting Stirs Controversy

A conference of the Chicago Black Gay Men's Caucus ( CBGMC ) took place Aug. 9 at the Chicago Department of Public Health ( CDPH ) Training Building at 1642 N. Besly—and centered around a unique ...
identity 2007-09-01

Community Leader Reflects on Reggae Musicians

The Rev. Deborah Lake, leader of the local pro-LGBT spiritual organization Sankofa Way, has her own take about reggae musicians Beenie Man and Buju Banton. Both artists have signed the Reggae Compassionate Act, which calls for ...
identity 2007-09-01

BOOKS Carlos Mock: Blazing a Trail

When Carlos Mock wanted to publish his first book, he went to the Internet for help. He searched Google for 'gay,' 'Latino' and 'publisher.' Floricanto Press was the first hit. So Mock sent his manuscript to ...
Stu James: 'Color' of Success

Stu James: 'Color' of Success

The Chicago production of The Color Purple certainly features a number of talented women, but there are some outstanding men as well. Windy City Times recently talked with one of them—Stu James, who plays Harpo—about life ...
J.P. Calderon: Surviving (Quite Well)

J.P. Calderon: Surviving (Quite Well)

J.P. Calderon has known for years that he was gay, even while in high school. He just didn't come out; he didn't really know how to, and was convinced he'd never come out and actually would get married—to a woman. Especially ...

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