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Windy City Times 2015-02-25

Chicago endurance athlete Hupe excels in marathon, Ironman

Upcoming: Willa Taylor; Knuckles movie;'Louder than a Bomb'; Armatrading; Writers

Upcoming: Kim Gordon; Kelly Clarkson; Women's Day Dance; 'Frost Fest'

Arts news: Harris; Flower & Garden Show; Brave Face Project; Ronnie Kroell

BOOK REVIEW The Escape Artist

DISH Weekly Dining Guide: Dive Bar

Knight at the Movies: The Circle; Maggie Smith

MARK MY WORDS Loss of a pioneer

VIEWS A road map beyond Black History Month

Upcoming: Patner memorial; StoryCorps; El Rescate homelessness panel

Milwaukee LGBT center names new executive director

National: HRC on anti-LGBT bills; Wal-Mart biased

In the Life: Matt Lind

HIV/AIDS advocates tackle ACA drug costs

Youth homelessness behind teaming of AFC, Vida/SIDA

At the heart of 'Mama' Gloria Allen

A year of marriage equality shows high demand, diversity

Transcending the Blacklist: Coalitions consist of distinct communities

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks


THEATER REVIEW Marie Antoinette

THEATER REVIEW The Trial of Moses Fleetwood Walker

Clarence Darrow symposium to explore undocumented laborers, immigration

Billy Masters

Ricky Martin: Beyond the 'Bon Bon'

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Betty Buckley puts out haunting 'Ghostlight'

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Catching up with Jill Grove and "The Property"

Alfre Woodard talks 'State of Affairs' before local benefit

Emanuel to face Garcia in April runoff; gay Latino wins big

Ward by Ward in the race for Chicago mayor

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