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Windy City Times 2018-01-24

Oak Park Theater Month debuts

'Boystown, Season Eight' out Feb. 14

Exhibition spotlights Black disabled artists

Chicago Museum Week ends Jan. 26

Chicago Park District Theater on the Lake winter events announced

FILM REVIEW God's Own Country

Chicago Theatre Week Feb. 8-18

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

THEATER REVIEW The Good Fight

THEATER SPOTLIGHT on We the People, The Anti-Trump Musical

THEATER REVIEW Harbur Gate

CRITICS'PICKS Theater

THEATER REVIEW The Antelope Party

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Stand-up Sweeney

MOMBIAN New PFLAG head is queer parent, professional

Chichester receives Damski award

Black gay caucus board chair David Dodd wears many hats

ELECTIONS 2018: GOVERNOR Chris Kennedy talks LGBT issues, reason for political run

PASSAGES Jackie Anderson memorial Jan. 28

Chicago groups among Elton John grant recipients

1871 partners with women's group

One-woman musicals focus on Hedda and Garbo

Burnham's Dream, The White City looks at visionary architect, World's Fair

SAGE to honor Dr. Imani Woody for work on aging issues

Elton John says farewell to the road

HHS action puts LGBTQ health, well being at risk

Diversity summit Jan. 30 in South Bend

THEATER REVIEW Yank! A WWII Love Story

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