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Windy City Times 2015-01-14

ASK LAMBDA LEGAL Transgender people and jail

Christy Webber on landscape design and Chicago landmarks

In the Life: Jaren Kyei Merrell

Shimer College president talks about 'worst college' label

PASSAGES Retired city official and pharmacist Richard Johnson dies

THEATER REVIEW 28th Annual Young Playwrights Festival


Knight at the Movies: Hello, Oscar!

Neil deGrasse Tyson talks science, truth, LGBTs, Kinky Boots

Billy Masters

Theater: MLK show; Sweat Girls at Fest; Comedy theater opens

Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW The Kiss Kiss Cabaret

DANCIN' FEATS Rousseve's 'Stardust' explores technology, race, queerness

Tim Mitchell service Jan. 22 at Old St. Pat's

New Congress members' anti-gay records revealed

LGBT immigrants still face hurdles, Part one

Uber driver accused of sexual assault on man in Boystown

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