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Windy City Times 2018-01-17

THEATER REVIEW Insurrection: Holding History

Equality Calif. comments on Bernstein death

TELEVISION TV special, Sighted Eyes, Feeling Heart, tells Lorraine Hansberry's story

Gay man running for Cook County office

King's dream of 'the beloved community' extends to yours, too

WINTER THEATER SPECIAL Queer theater to chill to

THEATER REVIEW Flamingo and Decatur

THEATER SPOTLIGHT My Kinda '60s

Joffrey's 'Modern Masters' Feb. 7-18

Country star Kinder at Schubas Jan. 27

Charles Busch at Pride Arts Jan. 21-22

New club to open in Berwyn in former gay club's space

Julia Sweeney show through March 18

Chicago Sky hire assistant coach

Siskel showing three LGBT films

Kelly McGillis flag-football event Jan. 22-29

GUEST COLUMN I Don't Mind Your Asking

Number of uninsured Americans shows increase during 2017

HRC International Corporate Equality Index to rate global LGBTQ workplace inclusion

Last Night at Man's Country Jan. 16, 2018

Chicago City Council approves $5.5M in TIF funds to Presence Health, ACLU responds

Critics' Picks

Creating Change co-founder Sue Hyde preps her last conference

Landmark ruling OKs marriage, trans rights in Americas

WINTER THEATER SPECIAL Winter classics "true and reimagined"

WINTER THEATER SPECIAL World-premiere plays start bright and early

'Insurrection' echoes Nat Turner's life through present day

Maria Hadden aiming to be first Black queer Chicago alderman, in 2019

Dress Code exhibit includes Black lesbians in South Africa, dressing as a statement

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