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History comes to Halsted

The Art Deco, rainbow-ringed pillars lining the streets of Boystown since 1998 will shine a little brighter next month with the long-awaited addition of bronze plaques honoring gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) trailblazers who have had a significant impact on world history and cultur

Chicago Unveils the World’s Only Outdoor LGBT History Museum

A global and historical first, the Legacy Walk will celebrate the lives and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people to world history and culture.

Coming Out Day: Legacy Walk to bring GLBT history to Halsted

Chicago, IL - The Board of Directors of the Legacy Project announces the plans for the upcoming dedication of the Legacy Walk to take place on Oct. 11, 2012. This unique multi-faceted celebration will be a community first. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, 2 p.m. — 7 p.m. $100 general admission. $200 VIP

Cleve Jones coming to Chicago for Legacy Project event

Cleve Jones has some words for his community, and not all of them are flattering.

National-Louis forum looks at Legacy Project, bullying

National-Louis University hosted the "2nd Annual Forum on LGBTQA issues in Higher Education: Building Knowledge-Practice-Action" March 2.

Legacy Project hopes to bring LGBT history to Boystown

Imagine being able to walk down Halsted Street in the near future and have LGBT history right at your fingertips. That's just what Victor Salvo, Lori Cannon and Owen Keehnen hope to do with their Legacy Project. They want to create an outdoor museum right in the heart of Boystown.