Your guide to some of the biggest LGBTQ events this weekend
Tag: Chicago pride parade
How a 13-year-old girl brought LGBTQ pride to Buffalo Grove
Middle schooler Molly Pinta and her mother, Carolyn, have organized the northwest suburb’s first pride parade and festival.
The bumpy road from Stonewall to Pride in the Park
Is this pricey debacle what our queer ancestors had in mind 50 years ago?
Don’t miss these 12 Pride-themed events
Chicago Pride Fest, Steamworks: The Musical, dessert from the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, and more
The best things to do in Chicago for June 2016
June’s top concerts, film premieres, comedy shows, parades, and more
Post-marriage equality, disparities persist in the LGBTQ community
As demonstrated by the “Black Out Pride” protesters at Chicago’s Pride Parade, issues of race, class, legal status, and gender identity are at the forefront of gay rights activists’ minds.
Patrick Haggerty carries on the spirit of Lavender Country
Forty years later, the man behind the first gay country record teams up with a former Chicagoan to reach out to another marginalized population.
The Reader’s 2011 Pride Guide
The Chicago Pride Parade, which first marched out of Washington Square Park in 1970, now attracts hundreds of thousands of people—revelers and spectators, queer folks, allies, and more than a few politicians—along its Lakeview route. The parade kicks off Sunday at noon, but the weekend, the culmination of Pride Month, also offers pre- and postparade […]
Pride Weekend 2009
A guide to GLBTQ-pride related events this weekend