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Windy City Times 2015-01-21

Billy Masters

Briefs: Entertainment and news

BOOK REVIEW The Tolerance Trap

Beck Kramer shines with sci-fi Web comic

MOVIES Queer couple addresses Alzheimer's in 'Still Alice'

WINTER THEATER SPECIAL Winter premieres: Something new

WINTER DANCE SPECIAL Plenty of dance to heat up the winter

Theater news: Upcoming events

WINTER THEATER SPECIAL LGBTQ theater has plenty to offer

OUTMusic Awards ceremony postponed

VIEWS Martin Luther King Jr.'s expansive dream

EI to honor TransLife; Out at CHM presents Transmopolitan

Aon devotes various resources to diversity

Study: Bisexual women face poorer mental health

BOOK REVIEW Soldier of Change

Longtime banker hooked on triathlons

DINING 'Dinner Party' kicks off fourth year

Performance series highlights youth, seniors, LGBTQ isolation


THEATER REVIEW Keys of the Kingdom

WINTER THEATER SPECIAL Risk and resurrection: Theater classics, revivals

THEATER REVIEW The Book of Merman

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them

Chamber of commerce looks to year ahead

Equality Illinois introduces 'Growing Your Family' series

Upcoming: Mr. Chicago Leather; Cornel West; Her HRC event

In the Life: Charles Bonanno

Obama part of new edition of Rustin's writings

Chicago City Council prohibits police profiling of trans* people

IGLHRC, MADRE on alleged executions for sodomy by ISIS in Iraq

Immigration and LGBTQs: Immigrants tell their stories

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