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Windy City Times 2018-03-21

SPRING THEATER PREVIEW Debra Barsha gives people 'A Taste of Things to Come'

SPRING THEATER PREVIEW Premieres reflect global awareness

SPRING THEATER PREVIEW Musicals: Fresh flowers and old chestnuts


THEATER Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street

LETTER A call for inclusion

THEATER REVIEW The Picture of Dorian Gray

SPRING THEATER PREVIEW Gay take on Shakespeare play has Bollywood flair

LGBTQ couples shop around wedding expo

Howard Brown annual meeting March 21

LGBTQ town-hall meeting March 28

Vanessa Sheridan helps trans community at Center on Halsted

Gun-control activists meet with Pfleger

Pritzker wins primary; Robinson makes history

In Eastern Caribbean LGBT People Face Bias, Violence Under Colonial-Era Laws

Title VII, Where and why "sex" matters to LGBT employees

National LGBTQ Task Force calls for reevaluation the role of guns in America

HRC Comments on Illinois' 3rd Congressional District Primary Result

LGBTQ Victory Fund Endorses 14 More LGBTQ Candidates Including Valdez for Texas Governor

THEATER SPOTLIGHT Bad Girls: The Stylists

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