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Windy City Times 2016-02-10

LETTERS

FRANKLY SPEAKING What's hot and what's not: Wedding trends for 2016

BOOK REVIEW Marie Equi: Radical Passions and Outlaw Politics

GLAAD Award nods announced

MUSIC Married lesbian couple make music as Whatismu

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Life is a 'Cabaret' for Randy Harrison

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Amy Landecker lands dream job on 'Transparent'

In the Life: Roberto Rodriguez Torres

Argentinian trans activist dies

Equality Illinois holds pre-gala event

Howard Brown meeting March 30

Quigley backs Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS change

Univ. of Minnesota libraries honored for LGBT service

En la Vida: It feels like a lifetime ago

Greater Than AIDS series on YouTube

Upcoming: Patricia Racette in 'Humaine'; sexual-assault exhibit; Trans exhibit

Theater Spotlight Muse of Fire; Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Body/Courage

THEATER REVIEW The Old Friends

THEATER REVIEW The Explorers Club

THEATER REVIEW American Buffalo

DANCIN' FEATS Milwaukee Ballet starts conversations with 'Dorian Gray'

Catching up with Hall of Famer Ellen Meyers

HIV Care Connect reworks education on HIV, mental health

Credit union unveils gender-affirming loan package

FBI needs info in Near North arson case

Racism's Toll: Research Center lays bare the moral, human, and economic cost

Chicago Foundation for Women's Internat'l Women's Day Dance March 12

South Dakota may be first state to make law attacking transgender children

Affinity Community Services presents voter registration talk

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