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Update: Paddock to no longer print LGIS publications
Report: Newsom to run for president if Biden doesn't
Biden meets with Brittney Griner's wife
'White Lotus,' Sheryl Lee Ralph among 2022 Emmy winners
Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96
Miami-Dade school board rejects LGBTQ History Month over 'Don't Say Gay' fears
Texas judge: Mandated PrEP coverage violates religious freedom
Chicago Dancers United raises $300K at 'Dance for Life'
Indiana Supreme Court upholds firing of gay Catholic-school teacher

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'Saturday Night Live' announces first non-binary cast member
Actor/comedian Molly Kearney will become the first non-binary cast member on Saturday Night Live in its upcoming 48th season, NBC News noted. ... more
 


  

Artemis Singers/Reeling Fest screening lesbian mockumentary, "Vulveeta," Sept. 23

  

Bronze sculpture at Indiana Univ. honors Kinsey

  

Actress/singer/advocate Lynda Carter honored at National Museum of Mexican Art

  

BOOKS Kemi Adeyemi on 'Feels Right: Black Queer Women and the Politics of Partying in Chicago'

  

WORLD Death in Bali, Chile constitution, Wales items, Israel petition


   Local

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AIDS Foundation Chicago hosts two-day event about unique challenges facing elders
AIDS Foundation Chicago hosted a two-part educational webinar about the complex needs of elders living with HIV/AIDS Sept. 22-23, where experts discussed how to better serve patients through healthcare, policies ... more
 


  

Chicago, Cook County drop to low COVID-19 community-level rating

  

Update: Paddock to no longer print LGIS publications

  

Center on Halsted makes senior staff hires in development, DEI and culinary arts programs

  

Future Galerie to hold Oct. 1 event ahead of historic digital-art exhibit

  

LETTER Vote 'yes' for the environment


   Nation & World

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National AIDS Memorial releases 'The Black Community & AIDS'
The National AIDS Memorial has released its latest mini-documentary, "The Black Community & AIDS," the seventh film in its oral history project. "The Black Community & AIDS" chronicles the personal stories of nearly two dozen survivors ... more
 


  

Bisexual, pansexual leaders meet with HHS officials in historic roundtable

  

DoJ announces $22M to address, prevent sexual assault on campuses

  

Indiana judge blocks state's abortion ban


   Film / TV / Gossip

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REELING Producer, co-director talk about the 'International Male' documentary
Back in 1976, Gene Burkard (influenced by what he saw in Europe) created and sold the "Jock Sock" out of his San Diego shop. That sartorial invention led to the emergence and popularity of International Male—a ... more
 


  

Queer As Folk' reboot canceled after one season

  

National AIDS Memorial releases 'The Black Community & AIDS'

  

MOVIES 2022 Reeling Film Festival reviews


   Theater / Dance

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COMEDY Extra performances added for Jerrod Carmichael at Steppenwolf
Due to popular demand, Steppenwolf Theatre has added two additional performances of Emmy award-winning comedian Jerrod Carmichael's new solo show on Friday-Saturday, Nov. 4-5, at 10 p.m. as part of ... more
 


  

Jackalope Theatre Company announces 15th season

  

THEATER The Gift running thriller 'The Locusts' Oct. 20-Nov. 19

  

THEATER Underscore to permanently close; festival gains new home


   Music

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MUSIC Cabaret singer Jeff Harnar talks Sondheim, coming out
Jeff Harnar wasn't born in Chicago, but he will tell you first-hand that it is his home. Having spent his formative years in this city, Harnar discovered a passion for musical theater. Decades later, he has ... more
 


  

Riot Fest heats up (through music and controversy) in 2022

  

Artemis Singers to present 'Samhain - Encounters through the Veil' Oct. 29

  

MUSIC 'A Boy Band Christmas' coming to Hard Rock Live on Dec. 18


   Books / Art

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BOOKS 2022 #BannedTogether virtual auction taking place Sept. 22-25
On Sept. 22-25, non-profit organization Pride and Less Prejudice (PLP) will hold its second annual #BannedTogether virtual auction to raise $10,000 to send 800 LGBTQ+-inclusive books to elementary schools across the United States and Canada. The ... more
 


  

Future Galerie to hold Oct. 1 event ahead of historic digital-art exhibit

  

Andersonville Arts Weekend to take place Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

  

ART Jonathan D. Katz previews his upcoming 'First Homosexuals' exhibit


   Trans

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WORLD Malta PM, Kenya official, Kharkiv Pride, sex-education campaign
Malta Prime Minister Robert Abela has promised reforms for the country's LGBTQ+ community, including free gender-affirming surgery for trans people, according to PinkNews. In an interview with ONE Radio, he said, "I believe that social reform ... more
 


  

Elle Lett keynotes 'Transgender Health Equity in Troubled Times' at symposium

  

Texas district court issues third directive benefiting trans youths

  

Montana judge strikes down anti-trans birth-certificate rule


   AIDS & Health

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Chicago, Cook County drop to low COVID-19 community-level rating
COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates are steadily improving in Chicago and Cook County—moving both the city and county from the medium into the low COVID-19 level for the first time since early May, the Chicago Department ... more
 


  

AIDS Foundation Chicago hosts two-day event about unique challenges facing elders living with HIV/AIDS

  

Bisexual, pansexual leaders meet with HHS officials in historic roundtable

  

AIDS organization honors actors Farrell, Ralph and Theron


   Lesbian

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COMEDY Cameron Esposito at The Den Theatre on Dec. 30-31
The Den Theatre is welcoming back LGBTQ+ comedian Cameron Esposito, performing two stand-up shows on Dec. 30-31, 2022 on The Heath Mainstage, 1331 N. Milwaukee Ave. Esposito (a onetime Windy City Times 30 Under 30 honoree) ... more
 


  

BOOKS 2022 #BannedTogether virtual auction taking place Sept. 22-25

  

Artemis Singers to present 'Samhain - Encounters through the Veil' Oct. 29

  

Out comic/writer Sam Jay talks career ahead of Wicker Park performance


   Sports

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Sky provide update regarding the FIBA Women's World Cup
CHICAGO (Sept. 23, 2022) — The 2022 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup continued its Group Phase play in Sydney, with four Chicago Sky players taking action with their respective countries: Kahleah Copper (USA), Emma Meesseman and ... more
 


  

Chicago Fire FC's Gabriel Slonina named to BODYARMOR's 22 Under 22 List for 2022

  

Chicago Fire FC sign midfielder and Chicago native Brian Gutierrez to new contract

  

Chicago Red Stars and VfL Wolfsburg Women launch strategic alliance


   Youth

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DoJ announces $22M to address, prevent sexual assault on campuses
The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) announced nearly $22 million in upcoming grant awards to address and prevent sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking on college campuses; provide services to youth victims and children ... more
 


  

Pritzker appoints Isoye to chair the Illinois State Board of Education

  

NATIONAL Marriage bill, drag queen dies, Dutch queen visits, university sued

  

Campus Pride releases 'absolute worst, most unsafe campuses for LGBTQ+ people'
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