Hundreds of thousands of people turned out for the 46th annual Chicago Pride Parade as spectators crowded the streets, rooftops and balconies from Uptown to Boystown to celebrate gay pride on Sunday.
A record number of participants took part in the 34th annual Proud to Run race Saturday morning.
Ald. Tom Tunney was working out Friday morning when he was approached and given a random hug. He knew why.
It's confirmed! The Stanley Cup will be making a second appearance in Chicago's annual Pride Parade on Sunday, June 28.
"We are looking to give a sort of icon to the queer community. It’s vitally important that he’s a gay man in the book. I can’t discount that."
"It's going to be one of those parties that will stay in people's head and memories for a long time!"