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Windy City Times 2016-08-31

Knight at the Movies: Little Men; The Intervention

'Sharmila' to run in Sept. at Steppenwolf


THEATER: LT Cousineau launches only LGBTQ show at Fringe Festival

SENIOR MOMENTS The out and proud voice of atheism

Considering Matthew Shepard

Multicultural Leadership cohorts announced

Tree House Humane Society gets new home, executive director

Japanese-American center hosts workshop on LGBTQ-affirming spaces

Civil-rights icon Bayard Rustin honored by Legacy LIVE Series

PASSAGES Wesley Klug

PASSAGES Robert Allen Toyra

'Love Fest' features health village and performances

Entertainment news: Sarah Paulson, Kanye West, Colton Haynes, Russell Wilson

County Clerk issues 10,000th same-sex marriage license

Marine veteran who saved lives Orlando LGBT club shooting to be honored

Voting rights groups to court: Protect voting opportunities for November election

Legacy Live Series to honor Fr. Mychal Judge, saint of 9/11

Legacy Live Series to honor Fr. Mychal Judge, saint of 9/11

Music Box Theatre to pay tribute to Gene Wilder with a special double feature

Amazon store coming to Chicago, independent booksellers respond

BENT NIGHTS Jill Scott; The Gold Web

SAVOR Belly Up Smokehouse & Saloon

Upstairs Inferno, New Orleans gay mass murder doc film, at Reeling

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Jim J. Bullock gets 'Kinky'

Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Bakersfield Mist

DOUBLE REVIEW Sister Cities, Dementia Me


Rain doesn't stop the Broadway beat

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