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Windy City Times 2015-12-16

BOOK REVIEW Too Fast to Live...: James Dean's Final Hours

SAVOR Bar Takito; holiday demo

LETTERS Sweeps; Palatine locker room; The video; Speak up

Adler Burns: Transitioning to life after the Force

Unabridged marks 35 years of business

'Transparent' creator comes out as lesbian

Season's readings: Shopping for books

Director Todd Haynes on 'Carol'

Trans exhibit at Columbia; HIV/AIDS exhibit at medical museum

YEAR IN REVIEW The year in Bent Nights

Upcoming: Popular music, choral, sing-a-long, philharmonic, stage

YEAR IN REVIEW TV showed diverse formats, faces

Upcoming: Sketch fest, 'The Homosexuals'; Final Joffrey 'Nutcracker'

YEAR IN REVIEW An unforgettable year for local dance

CREATING CHANGE CONFERENCE Volunteers are needed

VIEWS Just asking the questions...

Reconciling Ministries Network: It's Time; Ryan White awardees named

State approves plan to bring Pride-themed pole to statehouse

IN lesbian couples challenge birth certificate rules; AL adoption upheld

Sylvia Rivera makes history with image

Jennifer Boylan reflects on transgender activism

Back2School Illinois helps those in need

Indiana measure called 'bathroom bill'

Urban Village expands boundaries of what constitutes a church

Creating Change awardees named

COMEDY Esposito returns home for Chicago show

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Twist Your Dickens

THEATER REVIEW Bel Canto

YEAR IN REVIEW Theater: News and favorites

THEATER REVIEW Bernarda Alba and Her House

THEATER REVIEW The Heir Apparent

Knight at the Movies: 2015 in movies including 10 best LGBT films

Civil-rights attorney vies for post on city's Board of Elections

CSU becomes first university to host The Legacy Wall

Charlene Carruthers talks Black Youth Project 100

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