A new study shows that some of the country most prominent gay neighborhoods are moving away from that identity with the influx of more heterosexual residents. We talk about the changing tide. And, we remember a public health advocate who brought more resources to under-served communities.
It’s rare in the Chicago queer community that everyone is talking about one thing, but "What's the T?" was that kind of phenomenon. It brought us together, for a brief yet beatific moment. It was like going to church.
Chicago Pride is now going to run two weekends.Well, sort of.Chicago’s annual Gay Pride Parade consisted of the parade that recently underwent a route change to accommodate record-high crowds and Pride Fest, a two-day precursor to the parade.The parade itself attracted large crowds, with estim
The trip on public transportation from Auburn Gresham on the South Side to North Side Boystown can be long and tedious. But as Terrence Chappell rides from 79th Street to Belmont and back home again, he uses the time to think.Chappell is a nightlife and society columnist for ChicagoPride.com.