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Windy City Times 2014-04-29

Fat Blossom Farm supports sustainable agriculture, fun

Tony Award nominations announced, include Hedwig

Legendary choreographer Vincent Paterson's 'Smooth' moves

'Human Library' coming to Printers Row Lit Fest

Thousands attend art/antique/jewelry show

Franco, Quinto selfies; Ellen's new HGTV show

C2E2 brings out the fans

Dining news: Gene & Georgetti's addition; Derby specials

Iggy Azalea 'Works' it for HOB audience

Chefs and the City serve up changes

Sensation Sam Smith satisfies Vic audience

Trainer Vasileski on being an ally, beating cancer twice

Black Alphabet Film Festival July 2-3

Chicago House brunch to honor Jakobbson

GLSEN to honor Champaign superintendent

AFC forum features first man cured of HIV

US Dept. of Education: Title IX protects trans students

Rainbow flag tops Ugandan peak; Quebec OKs surrogacy claim

Anti-bullying law bolstered; Sykes to host Trevor event

Linda Pauel appointed assoc. judge of Circuit Court

LGBT activists call for end to deportations at White House

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