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Windy City Times 2016-03-29

AAC's 'Follies' April 4 at Baton

Gordon first gay player in NCAA tourney

Upcoming: Windy City Rollers, Mudderella

Paul Ryan's hometown bans LGBT discrimination

Entertainment: Elton John, Maria Bello, Gwen Stefani, TMZ's Harvey Levin

BOOK REVIEW A History of Loneliness

THE AMAZON TRAIL Airing the lesbian laundry

Upcoming events: Celebrity Bowl, Chicago TV Awards

Dining news: Pizza restaurant opening, 'Saved by the Bell' diner

Tiny Homes Summit to focus on housing designs to combat homelessness

Same-sex couple prevails against B&B

North Carolina Attorney General will not defend constitutionality of House Bill 2

Queer filmmaker Moses Tulasi arrested and held after protest in India

LGBT Caucus asks Emanuel to consider North Carolina travel ban

Gay German politician dies

National roundup: Louisiana action, trans-related crimes, San Francisco mayor

World news: Antarctica proclamation, psychiatrists' statement, London mayor

Wine-and-dine, Dining Out for Life

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