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Windy City Times 2021-01-19

COVID-19 restrictions for Chicago, suburbs relaxed, but still no indoor dining

Biden picks transgender assistant health secretary

Biden nominates Dr. Rachel Levine, first trans person nominated for Senate-confirmed position

Research shows racial bias denied social reformer Ada S. McKinley her due in history

Steans resigns from Illinois Senate; tenure marked by advances in women's, LGBTQ rights

National COVID-19 Memorial Service Jan. 19 to remember lives lost

Red Stars to play in International Women's Cup in August

Joffrey Ballet announces Feb. 12 world premiere of 'Bolero'

PASSAGES Kevin McCarthy

THEATER A Red Orchid Theatre running magical 'Missed Connections' Feb. 2-28

Groups sue to overturn Dept. of Ed regulation that forces funding of anti-LGBTQ groups

Lighthouse Foundation looks ahead to 2021 survey

City Hall, Cook County Building closed Jan. 20 for safety reasons

LETTER: Unnecessary legislation

Super Bowl to have first woman referee

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