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Windy City Times 2019-08-21

Kinley Preston previews Lips Chicago dinner theater

THEATER REVIEW Women of 4G

WORLD Fleeing Russia, Cuban activist, UNAIDS, Magnum ad

SHOWBIZ Tituss Burgess, IMDb, Halsey, Stephen Colbert, 'Queer As Folk'

NUNN ON ONE MUSIC Michael Feinstein, The legend returns to Ravinia

Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW The Fly Honey Show

BOOK REVIEW The Ghost Photographer

THEATER REVIEW All Quiet on the Western Front

MOMBIAN Pushing for inclusivity in children's books, one publisher shows how

Goldie Goldbloom on new book, being a queer Chasidic Jew

Paxton Pride organizer didn't give up on hometown

Michael Bauer reflects on a life of activism

Equality Illinois looks ahead with more diverse board

HRC releases HEI; 16 Illinois hospitals cited as leaders

THEATER REVIEW You Can't Fake the Funk

NATIONAL Trans death, ACA, 1957 gay wedding, serial killer

Reports: Wachowski back in the Matrix

Powerful AIDS group may be examined for use of federal funds

Matt Herek on the state of CMSA

Maria Callas hologram performance Sept. 7

About Face names new associates

NEH awards $29M to 215 humanities projects

Chicago performers 'Dance for Life' in annual showcase

Bechdel Fest 7 set for Aug. 25-28

LGBTQ journalists to convene in Chicago in 2020

Muslim performers' event Aug. 30-31

African Festival of the Arts (AFA) hosts Annual Gala at Logan Center

BAC Announces Season of Inclusion, Productions to Focus on Diversity

Considering Matthew Shepard concert st Ravinia Festival Sept. 12

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