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Windy City Times 2018-10-03

The Artificial Jungle

Billy Masters

Author launches 'Semi Queer' book with reading

Women and Children First hosts book launch for activist Charlene Carruthers

Dugan, Fabbre hold 'Survive' signing at WCF

NUNN ON ONE morgxn carries queer 'weight'

The many lives of A Star is Born

MOVIE REVIEW 'A Star is Born' is born again for the 21st century

We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time

Tootsie

Angela Ingersoll salutes Judy Garland with an evening of song

Paula Vogel talks newest work, hope, political exorcisms

Danai Gurira play gets Chicago debut

'Cats' to return to Chicago next July

T.R. Knight cast in 'Midsummer'

Tenor Michael Fabiano makes Lyric debut in La boheme

LGBT HISTORY MONTH: LDS ancestry database to add same-sex families

SPOTLIGHT Second Skin

Caroline, or Change

Critics' Picks

Indecent

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Nell Gwynn

LETTER A big 'thank you'

MOMBIAN Three wins for LGBTQ families

TPA pioneers remember early days

Alzheimer's: A Love Story

Marin Alsop leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in world premiere

Chicago Foundation for Women Releases Report on Status of Women, Girls

Photo exhibit raises funds to fight human trafficking

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Rebecca Root discusses new film roles

KJ Whitehead, tug of war between laughter, justice

THE GLENWOOD

CHARLIE'S

Same-Sex Romance in a New Nation, New Adaptation of Patience and Sarah

Queer Tech Club reflects growing interest in STEM

Queer Boystown mural unveiled

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