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Windy City Times 2017-03-07

Coroner: George Michael died of natural causes

South Side Swell, LGBTQ+ services happy hour, March 17

HIV and Aging at Alphawood Gallery March 22

THE FAIRY GARDENER Light levels in the garden

Dining news: Lowcountry, Pilot Light benefits, St. Patrick's Day events

National roundup: Genderqueer baseball exec, letter to Sessions, Ark. bill

Entertainment: 'Drag Race,' Whitney Houston, Timberlake, 'Moonlight'

Edgewater Jewish day school receives bomb threat

Community, women, labor groups unite for International Women's Day Rally

Parents of trans child fight DCFS for custody

BOOK REVIEW 100 Things To Do In Chicago Before You Die

Poets' struggles, stories criss-cross at W&CF reading

New gallery space plants artistic seeds in West Pilsen

WCGC, Treble Quire's 'Requiem' March 18

DrekFest 2017, on a mission to expose great bad writing

World news: Gay Games, trans killings, Italian partner ruling

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