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Windy City Times 2016-09-07

BOOK REVIEW The Joy of Swimming

Entrepreneur talks ABDL, Tykables store, public reaction

'Nutcracker' sneak peek Sept. 8

Sivek's gallery preview Sept. 8

'Matthew Shepard' music CD out Sept. 9

Book reveals LGBT activism in Germany

Rapinoe makes own anti-anthem move

'Sexy Liberal' show Sept. 10

Northwestern to run LGBT, AIDS exhibitions

Knight at the Movies: Akron; Other People; gay classic Hollywood

Theater spotlight on Ultra American: A Patriot Act

TELEVISION Chicago man competes on groundbreaking 'Prince Charming'

Chicago's Fawzia Mirza on her 'Signature Move'

Critics' Picks

LETTERS Gay Games congratulates Olympic Committee

MOMBIAN Family Equality ED sees families helping families

In the Life: Olin Eargle

Event to mark 15th anniv. of 9/11

Survey analyzes perceptions of police mistreatment

Trevor event Sept. 16 at Kimpton Gray

Illinois Safe Schools brunch Sept. 18

Sidney Thomas on board post, career, HIV/AIDS activism

IFCON 2016 winds up in the company of Capone

Illinois HIV+ people urged to take quiz

Platzke cause of death revealed

Open To Thinking: Gays and Justice in the Catholic Church

WERQ! LGBTQ job fair Sept. 16 in Chicago

RR productions presents Brunch Remixed event

THEATER REVIEW Fefu and Her Friends

THEATER REVIEW Dutchman/TRANSit

THEATER REVIEW Thee Trinity

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Husbands hired for Goodman's 'Wonderful Town'

BENT NIGHTS Linda Clifford; Seal

Project& updates the vision of Studs Terkel's 'Working'

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