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Windy City Times 2015-12-30

BOOK REVIEW You Don't Own Me: The Life and Times of Lesley Gore

SAVOR Highlights of 2015

Sinfonietta MLK Jr. shows Jan. 17-18

Burning Bowl passes torch to community

VIEWS Remember homeless LGBTQ youth this holiday season

Conversion-therapy law starts Jan. 1

Trans activist Broadus interviewed on Jenner backlash

MUSICAL REVIEW Guys and Dolls

Theater Spotlight; Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Incident at Vichy

THEATER REVIEW Drink! Sketch Comedy Drinking Game: Wasted Edition

THEATER REVIEW Million Dollar Quartet

Upcoming: 'Le Switch'; 'Menagerie'

Ask a Feminist: Cathy Cohen on Black Lives Matter, feminism

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Countertenors having their voices heard

Upcoming: 'Fabulous' panel; Precious Davis on 'Say Yes to the Dress'

MOMBIAN 2015: A year of progress, more to do

Upcoming: Creating Change in Chicago

Clerk's Office tradition: Gift to first marriage license of 2016

Chicagoans tie the knot in surprise wedding

Minneapolis gay publisher Tim Campbell dies

Cosby criminal case involves lesbian

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