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To celebrate this momentous victory (and gear up for the 44th Annual Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday, June 30), why not have a movie marathon of the greatest LGBTQ films of all time?
Here's my top 15:
A captivating documentary about the colorful and ultimately tragic life of Andy Warhol superstar (and one of the most beautiful transgender women to emerge from any era) Candy Darling.
So, how do we make the most of the blessed June-September sunshine we have left? Here is a list of 30 delightful Chicago adventures to keep the fun meter running all summer long:
1. Get on a boat.
Take some inspiration from The Lonely Island and tell your friends "I'm on a boat" for real. Rent or charter a sailboat, fall in love with Chicago all over again on the architecture boat tour, or catch a water taxi to Chinatown after work (only $6!)
Slate recently published a piece about Don's obvious alcoholism that got tongues wagging. After all, what came off as a retro gimmick in Mad Men's earlier season ("Oh, they're drinking booze at the office. In the morning. During business meetings. Why can't my office be cool like that?") has turned into something far more sinister. Now, it would appear that Don is just a few drinks away from completely losing it.
Jon Hamm does a great job in bringing pathos and realism to Don's downward spiral; however, other actors have been less convincing in their portrayals of addicts in denial.