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Windy City Times 2013-04-03

VIEWPOINTS: Silence of Chicago's Puerto Rican/Latino reps

Avoiding a will contest: The ironclad will

Red Stars announce roster of 25 players

Hancock rink open through April 8

Coady Roundball Classic to return April 20-21

Spring Awakening fest to feature Moby, Oakenfold

'Wonder Women' on PBS April 15

Auditorium to host Jillian Michaels, Tenors

Prairie Silence

Sugar & Spice: Marigold

Peggy Shinner to read from book of essays April 3

'Feinstein' returns April 5 on PBS

A Gay in the Life: Redgi Woods

Howard Brown holding April 7 brunch

Does the Pope Wear Prada?: On power, accessories, shoes of the Fisherman

Mirza part of 'Happiest' cast

Jar the Floor

Queer-centric festival April 5-7

Julius Caesar



The Night of the Iguana

Tarell Alvin McCraney: On the road again

Proud to Run announces new beneficiaries

Inaugural Trans 100 event spotlights advocates

Billy Masters

Knight at the Movies: Codebreaker; Hitler's Children; notes

Nicki Minaj on judging 'Idol'

TV favorites visit Chicago to film reading of new sitcom

Elizabeth Mitchell: Talkin' 'bout a 'Revolution'

Spotlight: Blake Montgomery's Dawn, Quixote

HRC to Rutgers: Fire Coach Rice

Pioneer in LGBT health, mental health honored by APA

VIEWS Parenting books show need for racial justice, LGBT equality

Notre Dame/St. Mary's alumni/alumnae to honor Robinson

Local Gay Catholics react to Pope Francis

Amigas Latinas unveiling April 13 at Center on Halsted

Protest planned at Reebok's NYC store over Rick Ross rape lyrics

Kate Bornstein talks cancer and deciding, again, to live

TX school relents, allows trans student to wear prom dress

Lesbian Oak Park trustee is focused on village's issues

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