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Windy City Times 2015-04-14

Writers Theatre presents "Doubt: A Parable"

Food events: Bacon Month; Baconfest; 'Foodphiles'

Store opening is a 'Torrid' affair

Upcoming entertainment: Armatrading; Lakeside Band; Big Package

Artist-activists talk '50 Shades of Gay,' other projects

Steppenwolf, About Face host festive events

'Dancer as Insurgent' part of queer-themed Hull House event

Exhibit shows history of UChicago LGBTQ life

-- World news: Tel Aviv conference; Sarkozy controversy


Dining news: Waldorf's new chef; Jane's for sale; Indiana pizzeria

iCandee: From idea to flourishing business in four years

Robin Roberts on cover of AARP Magazine

Critics' Picks and Theater Spotlight: Down the Moonlit Path

Study: Support for same-sex marriage rising in all 50 states

Resolution asks states to protect LGBT youth from conversion therapy

Monthly 'Positive Thoughts' HIV/AIDS column launched

Report and web forums detail lives of African-American girls

Becky Kanis: Champion of change

Briefs: Trans soldier; Obama against conversion therapy: blood donation

Nat'l roundup: Obama's order; LPAC backs Hillary; Repub. guv's stand

Entertainment news: GLAAD Awards; Ellen; Dirk Shafer; Zachary Quinto

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