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Windy City Times 2017-03-22

Children's Museum hosts inclusive castle exhibit

Newton-John in Joliet on May 8

Television festival through March 23

'More Than a Letter,' Picnic present queer voices this spring

Strawdog moves to North Center

'Carmen' ends March 25

Party Noire events all about female Black joy

Lambda Literary finalists announced

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Chicago's Coulee competes for the crown on 'Drag Race'

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

Letter to the editor: Reaching out to Ron

MOMBIAN Adoption rules spark need for 'public outrage'

In the Life: Alberto Lazcurain

LGBTQ military and veteran monument backers gather at Sidetrack

PFLAG official talks transgender workplace support

City Council to open meetings for public comment

Adler president reveals HIV status

PASSAGES Remembering Fernando Ponce Jr.

'HIV & Aging' panel at Alphawood March 22

Community trust CEO to retire

GUEST COLUMN No judgment. No shame. No guilt.

THEATER REVIEW Phantom Pain

National LGBTQ Health Conference: Bridging Research and Practice

Attorney General Madigan pushes to strengthen Illinois hate crimes law

San Francisco's Harvey Milk Plaza may become LGBT, civil rights memorial

BOOKS Roxane Gay returns to Chicago to talk about 'Difficult Women'

BENT NIGHTS The Growlers; Meat Wave

Aging in America, advocates discuss aging issues, feds' 'erasure' threat

DOUBLE REVIEW Spamilton, 10 Out of 12

THEATER REVIEW The Kid Thing

THEATER REVIEW Sycamore

THEATER REVIEW The Wiz

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Alessandrini riffs on 'Spamilton'

Trans veteran running for board position at Illinois college

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