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Windy City Times 2016-02-24

At ISU in Normal: Legacy Wall, speakers highlight contributions of LGBT individuals

Cyndi Lauper tackles country; 'Limerence' raising funds

BOOK REVIEW Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style

Upcoming: Oscars at Siskel, Center on Halsted; Dance for Life; Women's Day; more

LETTERS Muslim, Jewish, Christian LGBTs; Planning Pride

VIEWS After Scalia

Trans man writes memoir about race, gender, culture

BOOK REVIEW Off the Rocks, Vol. 19

In the Life: Ayanna Armstrong

ELECTIONS 2016 LGBTs in the mix; early voting; Clinton campaign opens local office

LORDE'S LEGACY New take on notions of Audre Lorde, 'warrior poet'

The dreams of Gene Davis

ELECTIONS 2016 Zopp looks to unseat Kirk for Senate post

SAVOR Boiler Room

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC 'Good Times' with Carly Rae Jepsen

Theater spotlight on Hamburg Ballet; Critics' Picks


THEATER REVIEW Interrogation



SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT 'Midnight Cowboy' takes the stage

Pride Films and Plays kicks off Pride 2016 with The Boys Upstairs

Mapplethorpe book out in March

BOOKS 'Hoodie' writer on new book, academia and upcoming event

VIEWS The aging homosexual

NU study: Some LGBT youth still face bullying

HRC: Donald Trump's win in Nevada disturbing sign of what's to come

Reclaim Chicago announces March 15 primary slate

Life: Dear young people and adults

The Cult of Whiteness: On #OscarsSoWhite, Donald Trump, and the End of America

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