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Windy City Times 2014-12-17

Children's book about embracing differences

Dining news: Winter doughnuts; $260 chocolate bar

Local pastry chef prepares for'Cutthroat Kitchen'

ASK LAMBDA LEGAL HIV status and employment discrimination

World: London mayoral candidate; UKIP situation; Jamaican pastor

Entertainment: 'Broadway Bares' news; Grindr awards; Robyn's new CD

TRAVEL Adults-only spots in Cancun

Boystown's Bountiful Eatery: Food, fitness, environment

NUNN ON ONE Kathy Bates has hairy good time on 'Horror Story'

Music news: YuleTube ends Dec. 20; Menzel holiday album out

Critics' Picks and Theater Spotlight

LETTERS

In the Life: Ricardo Sebastian

Lighthouse Church hosting prayer vigil Dec. 18

DISH: SAVOR Commonwealth Tavern; Kanela; '12 Cocktails of Christmas'

Auditorium gala brings LuPone

THEATER REVIEW Twist Your Dickens, or Scrooge You!

THEATER REVIEW Newsies

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Andrews away

THEATER REVIEW The Clean House

Five Worth Finding

National: LGBT bill in Congress; trans soldiers; blood ban

Bent Nights: Year in review

Billy Masters

Knight at the Movies: The Hobbit; The Babadook; film notes

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Hozier takes us to church

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Lesbian actress Beth Glover gets evil in 'Cinderella'

THEATER REVIEW Pericles

Upcoming events: YEPP with Crys Matthews; SWOP anti-violence

Myles Brady: Howard Brown's first transgender outreach coordinator

PASSAGES Stonewall veteran Danny Garvin dies

Marine charged with transgender woman's murder

LoBianco now at Chicago House

LGBTQ Task Force leader talks equality, anti-trans violence

Ruth Messinger talks human-rights issues, justice

AFC webinar shows other PrEP methods may join Truvada

Life might be getting better for LGBT steelworkers

Christine Bland named 2014 LGBT engineer of the year

March, vigil stress that sex workers' lives matter, too

Top world LGBT stories of 2014

Chicago protests continue to take place

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