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THEATER REVIEW: “Chicago”

“Chicago” plays through Feb. 23 at Coronado Playhouse, 1835 Strand Way, Coronado.

Gay couple sue after cabbie kicks them out for kissing

"What happened to Steven and Matthew was not only hurtful and unlawful, it illustrates exactly why Illinois' citizens need the state's long-standing Human Rights Act to protect them against dangerous situations like this."

COMMENTARY: As billionaire James Pritzker becomes Jennifer, here's what's next

Coming out is a deeply personal act that can be motivated by many factors, and every coming-out process is unique. However, here are some of the hurdles and joys Jennifer Pritzker is likely to face, drawn from the experiences of other courageous transgender public individuals.

Chicago's TransLife Center sets new standard for other cities

On Monday, July 16th, state and local officials, LGBT leaders, and the Chicago trans community alike celebrated the opening of Chicago House's TransLife Center in the Edgewater area.

Two teens arrested in "robbery, homicide" of openly gay student

Two teens have been arrested in the murder of an openly gay high school senior in what police are ruling a “robbery-turned-fatal-shooting," while the victim's family are calling it an anti-gay hate crime.