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Windy City Times 2014-09-17

SPORTS NOTES Appearances, performances, games

Gay music legend dies; O'Donnell on Boomer List; Staples honored

BOOK NOTES Group forms in Evanston; Authors read Disability

THEATER NEWS

Chicago 2014 Homeless Youth Summit generates projects

Ceres' Table; Soho House Chicago eateries

BOOK REVIEW Out in the Union

LETTERS

VIEWS A gay icon gone

Gay in the Life: Joe Lucarelli

Maria Mejia writes about her HIV battle

Man fired from church job meets Cardinal George

Proud to Run opens applications for 2015 beneficiaries

About Face Theatre presents Black and Tan Supper Club

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Josh Young: 'Grace' under pressure

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Ryan Czerwonko's 'Dead' reckoning

FALL THEATER SPECIAL Autumn premieres

Autumn classics and revivals and how to tell the difference

Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra: UNDONE

Miracles in the Fall

THEATER REVIEW The Midnight City

DOUBLE REVIEW Isaac's Eye; Death Tax

The show must go on: A season of musicals and operas is coming

FALL THEATER SPECIAL Cornucopia of dance headed Chicago's way

Director talks dynamics of trans-focused film 'Boy Meets Girl'

ENTERTAINMENT NOTES Performances, appearances and releases

Theater spotlight and Critics' Picks

Gender working group seeks submissions; Quigley has new liaison

Billy Masters

FALL SPECIAL: ART 'David Bowie Is' opening in Chicago

Deidre McCloskey on family and trans* battles to be won

LGBT group hosts 9/11 tribute to Fr. Mychal Judge

Openly gay Roosevelt Univ. president to retire

D'Emilio's work honored at UIC symposium

D'Emilio symposium examines state and future of his field

Preckwinkle backers gather to support re-election bid

Life: Twelve

Mary Bonauto, Alison Bechdel, Samuel Hunter are MacArthur Fellows

Veterans Health Administration opens doors to LGBT vets

Polis tries ENDA discharge petition

Coalition continues push for rescinded HIV/AIDS allocations

Trans* woman claims self-defense in case

Mother of Eisha Love: Heartbreak and courage

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