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Exclusive Portrait: YouTube Sensation Tyler Oakley in Chicagoland for His New Book ‘Binge’

Tyler Oakley, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – The new media is not without its share of stars, and one of the biggest on YouTube is Tyler Oakley – podcaster, activist and author. He was in the Chicago area in October to promote his new book “Binge,” a series of humorous personal essays. Numerous fans lined up at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville, Ill., to meet Oakley at the book signing event.

Interviews: Red-Carpet Opening Night for Reeling32 Film Festival

CHICAGO – Reeling32, the Chicago International LGBT Film Festival, had a sensational Opening Night on Thursday, September 18th, 2014. The festival began with “Boy Meets Girl,” featuring Michelle Hendley in her debut performance, and directed by Eric Schaeffer. Both star and director attended the Opening Night.

Film News: Opening Night for Chicago’s LGBT International Film Festival Reeling32 on Sept. 18, 2014

Reeling 32

CHICAGO – The second oldest LGBT Film Festival is right here is Chicago, as “Reeling32” moves up a couple of months from their previous year November start date. Opening Night is September 18th, 2014, and the fest begins at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, with the provocative “Boy Meets Girl,” directed by Eric Schaeffer and featuring Michelle Henley, Michael Welch and Alexandra Turshen.

Film News: Closing Night for Reeling 31, Chicago’s LGBT International Film Festival, on Nov. 14

Reeling 31 2013

CHICAGO – Chicago’s “Reeling 31,” the 31st annual film extravaganza for the 2nd oldest LGBT film festival in the world, caps it’s weeklong series with three closing night movies on November 14th, all at the historic Logan Theater. “Ludwig II,” “Reaching for the Moon” and “Ian Harvie Superhero” are the special final film presentations.

Film News: Reeling 31, Chicago’s LGBT International Film Festival, Opens With ‘G.B.F.’

Reeling 31 2013

CHICAGO – The second oldest LGBT Film Festival is right here is Chicago, loud and proud, as “Reeling 31” has its opening night on November 7th at Chicago’s Music Box Theatre. And what better film to open the festivities than “G.B.F.” – which of course stands for “Gay Best Friend” – directed by Darren Stein (“Jawbreaker”) and featuring Megan Mullally, Horatio Sanz and Natasha Lyonne.

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