||Windy City Times 30th anniversary Sept. 27
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The Windy City Times 30th anniversary celebration will be Sunday, Sept. 27, at Sidetrack bar, 2-5 p.m. It is open to the public. Suggested donation is $30 at the door.
There will be "just desserts," from Tri-Star Catering, a performance by singer Sami Grisafewho was born the year the paper was foundedplus lots of door prizes.
The first edition of Windy City Times was Sept. 26, 1985. More than a dozen original covers of WCT will be displayed at the event, as will hundreds of photos from that era of the Chicago LGBT community.
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