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Windy City Times 2016-08-10

Second City Tennis Classic Aug. 12-14

'Olympic Gear Party' fundraiser Aug. 20

'Transparent' director talks 'More Than T' documentary series

Market Days talent unveiled

Chicago man pens memoir about Tennessee Williams

'Wink and a Nod' at Driehaus

'BITE' running thru Aug. 14

BOOKS Mark Zubro's long career is no mystery

Open TV hosts first-ever 'Friendraiser'

Carrie Fisher, 'Back to Future' stars at Comic Con Chicago

Writers' museum to open in Chicago

Coming up: Disco legend Clifford, LGBT Milwaukee, Numbers Nerds, Musically Human Theatre

In the Life: Kristen Kaza

Event to examine LGBTQs and gun laws

Tiny Homes model tours in August

International Asian LGBT confab to take place in Chicago Sept. 1-5

Gay fast-food worker joins fight for higher wages

Earles Architects and Associates marks 25 years in the business

Evanston school cancels transgender policy meeting

Pastors to challenge Illinois conversion therapy law

Beliz strikes down anti-sodomy law

Theater Spotlight on Bette, Live at the Continental Baths and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Einstein's Gift

THEATER REVIEW The Anton Chekhov Book Club Returns

THEATER REVIEW Mother (and Me)

THEATER REVIEW The Merchant of Venice

DANCIN' FEATS Dance for Life marks 25 years, plans for future

Experts: 'Negligible risk' of HIV transmission if person is virally undetectable

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