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Windy City Times 2018-04-04

THEATER REVIEW The Spitfire Grill

PERFORMANCE '9 to 5' in the age of #MeToo: Firebrand runs problematic play

BOOKS Shears' genius, musician on memoir 'Boys Keep Swinging'

'Bolder Than Out' ball April 6

Blues exhibit to open April 7 at CHM

Ravinia season includes Diana Ross, Whoopi, Culture Club

Waithe on cover of Vanity Fair

Levithan wins literary award

OUT at CHM event puts queer fashion in the spotlight

Concert event spotlights Trans Day of Visibility

PFP's 'His Greatness' in Dublin in May; fundraisers planned

'Waa-Mu Show' May 4-13 at NU

'L'Imitation of Life' through May 6

'Frederick Douglass Now' April 6 at NU

THEATER 'Gentleman Caller' explores intersection of art, sexuality

THEATER REVIEW Smart People

THEATER REVIEW How I Learned to Drive

THEATER REVIEW Pretty Woman, The Musical

THEATER SPOTLIGHT on the Jackie Taylor Drama Series

THEATER REVIEW hang

THEATER REVIEW A Taste of Things to Come

THEATER REVIEW The Beauty Queen of Leenane

THEATER REVIEW The Luckiest People

THEATER 'This Is Us' writer's drama covers intolerance, same-sex marriage

MOMBIAN Two new books show ways to include LGBTQ characters

AARP survey unveils 'alarming' statistics

Values+Vision+Mission=Change announces launch

NCLR's Kate Kendell, tempered for transition

Illinois hospitals excel in HRC's healthcare index

LGBTQ Advocacy Day on April 11

Addie Wyatt to mark 50th anniv. of MLK assassination

GUEST COLUMN Casting matters

CONCERT REVIEW Justin Timberlake gets lost in the woods

ALMA winter salsa has dancing, awards

WC&F events include Lahti, Richards, Axelrod

Morrison "presumed winner" in commissioner primary by 12 votes

AMA disputes transgender military policy in letter to Sec. Def. Mattis

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