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Windy City Times 2017-03-08

The Field Museum to participate in March for Science

BOOKS 'Kings and Queens' peeks into LGBT people's homes

HRW film series will feature the movie 'Kiki'

Children's Museum hosts inclusive castle exhibit

Gless, Manchester and more at 'Concert for America'

OUT Chicago live broadcast at Art AIDS America March 12

Beverly Wedding Expo to take place March 19

Amigas Unidas event March 11

History project seeks stories

Chicago artist heals through #InHonor portraits

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Euan Morton takes the lead in 'Hedwig'

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Dancer Sean Aaron Carmon and his 'Winning' style

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Red Line situation, United we stand

VIEWS Black History Month is every month

Youth center opens in Washington Park

IN THE LIFE James Scalzitti

Hoagland, Senesac and 'a little piece of immortality'

ACLU executive director on the fight of the group's life

Groundbreaking held for Rogers Park housing facility

Lambda Legal looks ahead to Title VII decisions

Women's Day March at Trump on March 12

EI announces 'Spring to Action'

Women-focused LGBTQIA+ Muslim group launches

LGBT Groups meet with DOE Secretary DeVos

LGBTs and people living with HIV have much at stake in ACA reform debate

OUTVETS excluded from Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade

LGBT ally Cepek suffers brain injury

Pro-LGBT groups, families meet with DeVos

THEATER REVIEW Meatball Seance

Theater Spotlight on Iolanthe, Critics' Picks




TGNCLGBTSQ coalition calls for Day of Action to protect trans women, femmes

Groups comment on Congress' first steps to repeal Obamacare

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