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Windy City Times 2018-10-29

Master Class

The Dinah accepting artist applications

Deconstructing spaces to include LGBTQ, minority architects

Women of Soul (With a Tribute to Aretha Franklin)

Chicago-based Transit Tees launches LOOP: The Elevated Card Game

Michelle Obama giving book-tour tickets to groups

Queer singer Mary Lambert on her poetry collection

Chicago Jewish groups kick off Keshet's LGBTQ inclusive Leadership Project

Covenant House Illinois to host 2nd annual Sleep Out in support of homeless youth

SAVOR Brunch at etta; The Florentine's aperitivo

LGBT HISTORY Frances Kellor and the Birth of Multiculturalism

The Real Life Adventures of Jimmy de las Rosas

Hello, Dolly!

Tenor shines on stage in 'Idomeneo,' finds true love off stage

LGBT HISTORY Legendary Maurice Hines talks seven decades of keeping toes tapping

Social-justice activists meet with Roskam's staff

In the Canyon

Mercer's, Marsh's BRGs hosts inclusive benefits discussion

'Suspiria' casts suspicion on the artistic mindset

Critics' Picks

SPOTLIGHT The Crystal Spider

The Lonesome West

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