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Windy City Times 2014-09-24

Proud to Run seeks beneficiaries; Bucs host LGBT tailgate

Bjork film screening; Chely Wright campaigns on Kickstarter

Upcoming: Fireside Chat; Mapplethorpe; Etta James tribute; Mamet's Cryptogram

PASSAGES Jerry J. Burgdoerfer

Sugar & Spice: Herb

Festival 'Reeling' in audiences 32 years later

THEATER REVIEW The Healthcare Plays

LETTERS Bad choice

Gay in the Life: Eric Huppertz

Iu-Luen Jeng on art therapy, power of young people

Chicagoan is finalist for 'America's Favorite Veterinarian'

CMSA preps for inaugural Capture The Flag tournament

PASSAGES Roland A. Kline

THEATER REVIEW Native Son

THEATER REVIEW The Downpour

THEATER REVIEW King Lear

Billie Jean King takes fair shot at equality at CFW luncheon

Billy Masters

'Flame' on!: Erasure's Andy Bell on new CD, Joan Rivers

Knight at the Movies: Two Faces; This Is Where...; Devil's Door; Innocents

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT A Broadway legend returns to town

VIEWS Black children are beloved and beaten

Lesbian-feminist Mab Segrest on Ferguson, race, civil rights

LGBTs welcome new archbishop

UIC receives national award for diversity

Equality Illinois PAC endorses Quinn

Illinois Safe Schools, CPS collaborating on trans* policy

TRAVEL Atlantic City is not to be 'Miss'd'

IOC adds anti-discrimination clause to Olympic host city contract

GLSEN to iHeartMedia CEO: Respond to Sean Hannity's comments

A tale of two murders: Connected or not?

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