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Windy City Times 2016-06-08

43rd Annual Non-Equity awards held

'Hamilton' tickets on sale June 21

CDPH receives $3 million grant for HIV prevention and care

DANCIN' FEATS: Chicago Tap Theatre marks Pride with glam-rock spectacular

THEATER REVIEW: Out of the Blue

THEATER REVIEW: Soups, Stews, and Casseroles: 1976

THEATER REVIEW: Constellations

CRITICS' PICS

THEATER REVIEW: Caught

SPOTLIGHT: The Art of Falling

Presenting Princess Shaw; Out of Iraq; Those People

Midsommarfest June 10-12

Jane Lynch: Bringing her song-and-dance to Chicago

MOVIES: Presenting Samantha Montgomery

SAGE honoring Quigley, Affinity on June 10

National Archives 'LGBTQ Human & Civil Rights' event in Chicago

City Council committee votes to advance trans measure

Art Johnston to be honored June 8

VIEWS UMC's inhospitality toward its LGBTQs

AIDS @ 35: Sean Strub speaks about the HIV/AIDS crisis

UNESCO report looks at anti-LGBT violence in education

OBITS Richard Lamont Pope

Honduran activist murdered

Man sentenced in NYC fight

FAMILIES OF CHOICE SERIES Anna DeShawn and Kaya Powell

Hinde reflects as she prepares to exit Heartland Health

South Side has new LGBTQ+ drop-in

New Equality Illinois CEO to launch listening tour

DePaul professor speaks out on school's racial issues

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