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Windy City Times 2018-03-20

Cecile Richards, Tarana Burke, Dreamers to Receive Civil and Human Rights Community's Highest Honor

Carson Admits He's Ignoring Protections for LGBTQ People in Homeless Shelters

Season of Concern's Cabaret for Care, Sloan Awards, April 9

Quigley Presses HUD Sec. Carson on LGBTQ Housing, Invites Him to Meet Chicago Advocates

Third Eye Theatre Ensemble's season celebrates women, love, power of embracing authenticity

Driehaus appoints new executive director

SPRING THEATER PREVIEW 'Tom Riddle' combines Harry Potter, Shakespeare

Randolph Street Market on March 24-25

BENT NIGHTS Ezra Furman; Polica

MUSIC The Shadowboxers talk Timberlake, LGBT fans, Indigo Girls

Flower & Garden Show tells 'Tales' this year

Free hip-hop/house festival April 13-14

DINING NAHA moving, Lunchroom opens, 'March Madness'

SHOWBIZ Harry Styles, Wanda Sykes, Anderson Cooper, 'Gotham' co-star

WORLD Councilwoman killed, gay whistleblower, medicinal vending machine

NATIONAL Pre-teen suicide, drag-queen situation, Truth Awards, Stormy Daniels

BOOKS With 'The List,' Amy Siskind documents democracy's downfall

DuVernay's film company acquires disco documentary

Sweet Honey in the Rock named UChicago ensemble-in-residence

SPRING DANCE PREVIEW Women lead the pack this dance season

ALMA's 'Winter Salsa' March 23

SPRING THEATER PREVIEW Highlights of spring theater

Andy Senor Jr. talks Gloria Estefan, Cuba, 'On Your Feet'

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