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Windy City Times 2016-04-06

CHM presenting 'Style' spring festival

'Her Story' screening, talk on April 7

BOOKS Augusten Burroughs explores relationships in new memoir

Upcoming: Piano Men, Vintage Garage, Kinsey Sicks, Hannah Free, Sound of Music

Canadian YouTube series examines GBTQ body-image issues

Composer bans works from North Carolina

Flower & Garden Show winners announced

Author reflects on new trans kids' book and his own journey


MOMBIAN Gay dad pens funny new memoir on international adoption

SENIOR MOMENTS Dignity? Decorum?

PASSAGES L.A. councilman Bill Rosendahl dies

PASSAGES Roger Paul Sportsman

Chicago part of A Wider Bridge tour

Campaign launched to create unity in ending LGBTQ poverty

Open To Thinking: Sheltering the artist at risk

Palm Center concerned by Pentagon delay on transgender ban

Tennessee House Committee advances legislative assault on transgender students

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER 'Bullets Over Broadway' brings Zarr to Chicago


THEATER REVIEW Adding Machine: A Musical

THEATER REVIEW The Life of Galileo


Lilly Wachowski makes first public appearance

'Charm' having run in Minneapolis

Theater Spotlight on A Toast to the Queens, Critics' Picks

Affinity offering free HIV testing

Transgender Day of Visibility observed locally, nationally

Illinois Safe Schools Alliance head to step down

Youth protest Rauner at governor's mansion over homeless funds

LGBT fund announces transformational grants

Dan Savage, uncensored

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