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Windy City Times 2017-12-20

'Getting to Zero' town halls Dec. 13, 16

Happy Pet Holidays from Windy City Times

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Flipping 'The Script' with the band's Glen Power

BENT NIGHTS: LOCAL/NATIONAL MUSIC The musical year in review

BOOK REVIEW Tarantella

BOOK REVIEW Conversations with Edmund White

Chicago film office names filmmakers in residence

MOVIES Box office 2017: Comics, beasts, emojis and more

DANCIN' FEATS Ashley Wheater marks a decade at Joffrey's helm

LETTERS Net loss

VIEWPIONTS The New Jim Crow targets LGBTQ Americans, too

Chicago Icon: The Marge Summit Story, Part One of a two-part feature

Planting Hope event highlights HIV cure research

Families of Chicago celebrates LGBTQ youths of color

In the Life: Zach Barnard

Center's Torres receives Allstate scholarship

Juan Calderon talks health board, career, activist work

Words banned by Trump administration for various agencies

Report focuses on the lives of LGBTQ students

DignityUSA condemns letter on transgender people by Catholic Bishops

Pentagon document shows DoJ misinformed court about transgender ban

Three pro-LGBTQ equality laws to take effect in the new year

Former military leaders dispute claim of trans training burden

Theater Spotlight on Peter Pan

Trans Latina opens successful Humboldt Park restaurant

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