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Windy City Times 2015-12-09

Ministries network says 'It's Time'

NUNN ON ONE: MOVIES Eddie Redmayne explains life as 'The Danish Girl'

In the Life: Lisa Grigaliunas

WORLD AIDS DAY Center on Halsted event offers info, inspiration

Lyric opera ball raises $1.1M

VIEWS On World AIDS Day, report on Blacks still grim

GUEST COLUMN LGBTQ and long-term care: Advanced directives

GUEST COLUMN Relationships & the Law Today

DISH: SAVOR Cassava Cafe

BENT NIGHTS Meat Wave; Who Is Fancy?

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks



THEATER REVIEW Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

THEATER REVIEW Robin Hood and Maid Marian

DANCIN' FEATS Robert Joffrey's 'Nutcracker' takes final bow

One night only, About Face Theatre presents benefit reading of The Homosexuals

Feelings charged between sides at District 211 meeting

Winter LGBT movie preview

Knight at the Movies: The Danish Girl; films for the holidays

Chicagoan develops high-security backpack for those experiencing homelessness

Trump's comments on Muslims condemned by National LGBTQ Task Force

Cassidy to announce bill removing criminal penalties for marijuana possession

Gregory Cooper dies

2016 award recipients announced for nation's largest LGBTQ conference

LETTER Affinity on city, national challenges

One Iowa: Taped call confirms bias against trans hotel guests

Local group offers support for trans-masculine people

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