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Windy City Times 2015-03-04

Local entertainment: Queen Latifah; Madonna; Gay horror-movie screening; gay marriage exhibit

Billy Masters

MUSIC Jimmy Somerville celebrates disco, Bronski Beat past

DISH: ENO Wine Bar; BellyQ brunch

Sox great Minnie Minoso passes away

Chicago House pleases with 'The Tease'

Gay Games 9: Financial success and lasting memories

Local entertainment events: Homestretch; Tret Fure; Louder than a Bomb; African-American films

MOVIES Documentary looks at women's-rights movement

MOVIES 'Honest Liar' a revealing doc with gay magician

NUNN ON ONE Michael Urie airs his 'View'

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

DOUBLE REVIEW Dunsinane; Macbeth


THEATER REVIEW The Sweeter Option

THEATER REVIEW The Glass Protege


VIEWS: MOMBIAN Equity in the doctor's office

VIEWS Gay or not, polo harms horses

VIEWS The second coming of the man who would be queen

Parenting/teaching conference focuses on trans youth

Schock hires team to handle troubles

Open To Thinking: Remembering Selma

CROI 2015 findings call for bringing PrEP for HIV prevention to scale

SCOTCH bowling tourney grows in second year

PASSAGES Barbara "Robbie" Smith, services March 7

With Hip Chick Farms, dinner is served

TELEVISION New Kids' Jonathan Knight competes on 'The Amazing Race'

Humorous memoir 'Butch' details pregnancy woes

Aguda, A Wider Bridge discuss U.S., Israeli LGBT communities

Rauner cuts hit anti-bullying programs

Military chaplains go anti-LGBT route

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