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Windy City Times 2016-04-27

Harris appoints 1st choreographer in residence

Game on: Force looks to regain championship form

Upcoming: Chicago House spring brunch, 'I Am Jazz,' fashion awards,

Springfield area trans student wins access in settlement with school

Upcoming: Tegan and Sara, Children's museum, Garden of Eve, Personal PAC panel

THEATER The end of adolescence: Ike Holter looks at aging hipsters in 'Sender'

Knight at the movies: 'The Meddler' and other mothers

BOOK REVIEW Lily and Dunkin

Mama, Mi'Jo, and Me: Ana Castillo explains herself in memoir 'Black Dove'

Theater spotlight on In the Heat of the Night, Critic's Picks

THEATER REVIEW Even Longer and Farther Away

VIEWS Pope's damaging message to trans teens

THE AMAZON TRAIL Gender buttons

BENT NIGHTS Prince, June 7,1958 - April 21, 2016

In the Life: Daniel Lewellin

Lynch, Warren among school's recipients

Center on Halsted starts housing initiative

Coalition aims for Servin firing, CSU funding

National Gay Media Association condemns murder of LGBTI editor

Kitty Genovese's murderer dies in prison

Tenn. gov. urged to veto anti-LGBT bill

Darby honored at AVER convention

HIV/AIDS PSA launched by GLAAD and Taylor Foundation



THEATER REVIEW In the Time of the Butterflies

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Neo-Futurists on film

'Your Voice! Your Health!' researches, recruits for better healthcare

Engendering Change workshops challenge through shared info

Guest column: Do you know your fair housing rights?

Hastert sentenced to 15 months in prison

Figure skater Adam Rippon breaks the ice

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