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Windy City Times 2018-04-11

Precious Minds project seeks to mentor youth

30 Under 30 Award nominations due April 13

#NeverAgainChicago town hall April 15

Men Having Babies confab April 14-15

Belmont Rocks lecture at Columbia April 19

NUNN ON ONE MUSIC Rick Astley, '80s icon talks touring, gay fan base, Boy George

THEATER 'Tchaikovsky' delves into gay composer's symphonies, struggles

MUSIC Cellist Seth Parker Woods discusses gay composer Julius Eastman

Town hall examines Latinx issues

'The Roommate' June 21-Aug. 5

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

'Cornerstone' at ArtSpace 8 in April


THEATER REVIEW The Wolf at the End of the Block

Theater Spotlight

THEATER REVIEW Down the Rocky Road and All the Way to Bedlam

THEATER REVIEW Gaslight District

THEATER 'The Cake' a very 'personal play' for lesbian director

MLK's assassination reminds nation of gun violence

$2.5 million raised at Holocaust museum dinner

Ex-Houston mayor at EI Pride Brunch June 3

Pulse nightclub owner speaks about onePULSE Foundation

Advocate recounts challenges facing women with HIV

Community, activists meet with AG's staff on policing issues

Storytelling class for women of color

LGBTQ Advocacy Day on April 11

LGBTs to be excluded from 2020 Census

'On the Table' to return May 8

Gay Asian actor Lee Doud speaks on anti-Asian bias

Curriculum work, ERA among EI agenda items

'Bolder Than Out' features variety show, panel discussion

Guzzardi files bill expanding employment protections

Lambda Legal's Bon Foster on April 19

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Gay superhero Surge flies onto small screen

Five Worth Finding, books, Phluid Project, restaurants

Queer dance series through June 17

THEATER Being an extra in 'An Enemy of the People'

DOJ proposes roll back of data collection on crime victimization of LGBT youth

Blake's Hard Cider rolls out new beverage to benefit HRC

NMAC Releases Biomedical HIV Prevention Blueprint for Communities of Color

Ex-Focus on the Family daughter refocuses her life mission

THEATER REVIEW The Gentleman Caller

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