Gay Pride Parade attendees (left) spoke out against a group of neo-Nazis who tried to intimidate parade-goers in 1982, a documentary shows. [YouTube]

Video Shows How Neo Nazis Tried To Shut Down Pride In ’82 – But Chicago’s LGBTQ Community Fought Back

The documentary "Pink Triangles Rising" shows love and bravery among the attendees of Chicago's 1982 Pride Parade.

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Little Jim’s, The First And Oldest Gay Bar In Boystown, Closing For Good

Often described as the gay "Cheers," Little Jim’s opened in 1975 and was the first gay bar in Boystown and the second-oldest gay bar in Chicago.

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New ‘Anti-Racist Andersonville’ Group To Protest Obama Mural Defacement With Rally Friday

Anti-Racist Andersonville was formed in response to a number of racist incidents in the neighborhood, including the writing of "Hang Obama" in chalk along Clark Street.

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Don’t Go To Big Barbecues, Fireworks Shows This 4th Of July, Top Doc Says

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic makes it risky to have parties or gatherings with crowds — especially as other places are seeing big increases in cases, hospitalizations and deaths.