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Windy City Times 2015-08-25

Alliance's Homecoming to honor visionary Safe Schools heroes

Comic Con hosts thousands of fans

Eating Out with a Girl: The Irish Rose Saloon

BENT NIGHTS Coin; Ezra Furman

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC How Swede it is: Talking with singer Tove Lo

Dining news: New Pastoral chef; Browntrout closing

Theater in Chicago: Opening soon and now on stage

THEATER REVIEW Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight

THEATER REVIEW The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Theater Spotlight on Bad Jews; Critics' Picks

Bryan Safi has it made in the 'Shade'

Celebrate with caution

News briefs: Marriage in MI; Clinton rally Sept. 20; College savings accounts

LGBT groups join Amnesty International in call to decriminalize sex work

World: Murder suspect charged; fashion figure fired; Montreal parade

National: Hillary; Texas hate crime; Trump; 18th trans murder

35th Ward Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa marks 100 days in office

Entertainment: Josh Hutcherson; 'Atlanta'; Zachary Quinto; Adam Lambert

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