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Windy City Times 2015-01-07

Sugar & Spice: Little Bad Wolf

BOOK REVIEW Best-Kept Boy in the World

Comedians present cancer show at Sketchfest

Theater notes: Rose Tattoo; McNally as featured playwright

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Sadieh Rifai's 'Human' nature

LETTERS Politics of religion; Response to letter on grants

VIEWS The day after Christmas

LGBTs: Greater disparities in South, Midwest

Trans march in Philadelphia

Open To Thinking: The Grand Jury and Civil Rights

LGBT Chicago Area Mensa reactivates

THEATER REVIEW Panic on Cloud 9

THEATER REVIEW Penny the F*ckable Dolphin: A Love Story

THEATER REVIEW Cupid Has a Heart On

Sweat Girls part of Fillet of Solo Festival

DOUBLE REVIEW The Pirates of Penzance; The Mikado

Trans teen's death sparks movement

MOVIES The perfect 'Match': Sir Patrick Stewart reflects on gay roles

Richard Blanco, August Wilson part of poetry series

Theater Spotlight, Critics' Picks

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Telling tales and getting sketchy

Robert 'Bob' Fioretti seeks mayor's seat

India elects first third-gender mayor

Feminist nun shares opinion on Vatican report

Intimate partner violence homicide in Rhode Island

LGBTs still unequal; report sees stalled progress in critical areas

AFC announces recipients of challenge grants

Billy Masters

Fundraising underway for GLBT veterans monument

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