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Windy City Times 2018-01-10

BOOK REVIEW Tell: Love, Defiance, and the Military...

MSI's Black Creativity events Jan. 15-Feb. 21

Comic Emma Willman at Zanies Jan. 20-22

PODCASTS 'Mattachine' podcast creator brings the past back to life

Sinfonetta's 30th-anniv. MLK shows Jan. 14-15

Lookingglass names new executive director

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Kaumakaiwa Kanaka'ole: Trans Hawaiian singer on home state, final CD

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Telling gay WWII history

VIEWPOINTS Putting it to the test, 23andMe

Orr issues final 1st marriage license

Annual 'Burning Bowl' Jan. 13 in Morgan Park

Health officials launch 'Getting to Zero' fact-finding tour

Town Hall Apartments to open waiting list

PASSAGES Art teacher/advocate Patrick Rand dies

Blood-ban resolution hearing Jan. 12

TPAN CEO Capouch steps down

Sarah Paulson to be honored at the Steppenwolf Women in Arts Luncheon Jan. 22

Illinois' LGBTQ Laws Rated in HRC's Annual State Equality Index

Back 2 School Illinois accepting applications for college scholarships

Catholics launch initiative to celebrate feminism, activism, faith

HRC celebrates swearing-in of Danica Roem to Virginia House of Delegates

Leadership Conference opposes confirmation of Howard Nielson to District Court, Utah

Public Newsroom Workshop to share findings on Chicagoans' media perceptions

Salonathon's Beauty Bar finale Feb. 12

North Park University suspends pastor after she presides at same-sex wedding

Eye of the Storm: The Bayard Rustin Story at eta Creative Arts Foundation

THEATER SPOTLIGHT on Artemis Singers' Rise Up!

THEATER REVIEW Blue Over You

ELECTIONS 2018 Water Reclamation, Debra Shore discusses plans during a third term

ELECTIONS 2018 Record number of LGBTs running in March Illinois primary election

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