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Windy City Times 2017-08-09

Market Days Aug. 12 and 13 talent listed

MOVIES Filmmakers discuss documentary about Ferguson uprising

BOOKS Riki Wilchins discusses trans movement memoir

BOOKS Achy Obejas talks 'The Tower of the Antilles'

NORTHALSTED MARKET DAYS Inaya Day to return to Market Days after a decade's absence

NORTHALSTED MARKET DAYS JC Brooks lays soul bare with music

MUSIC Lollapalooza grows organically in size, diversity

Kiehl's annual ride helps to raise HIV/AIDS awareness

THEATER REVIEW Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

THEATER REVIEW Last Dancer Standing (More Than Hip-Hop)


SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT A musical 'Trevor' project

LETTERS Loving church; gun violence and legal assistance

Community leader Wanda B. talks about being a stud

Lighthouse provides for LGBTQ youth in south suburbs

NQAPIA hosts Community Catalyst Awards

Affinity hosts Black Equal Pay Day panel discussion

Black and Pink hosts gathering of LGBTQ prison abolitionists

Lambda attorney talks legal climate at 'Raising the Bar'

GUEST COLUMN A tribute to Mariann Mayberry

Parents' group holds first-ever reunion

AG Madigan among those urging protection of nursing home residents

Federal Bar Assn makes history with LGBT section

Meet the Parkers: A story of love and family

TELEVISION Out 'Major Crimes' actor talks LGBTs in Hollywood


Lawsuit filed against Trump ban on transgender military servuce

Dining news: Italian Village, Melrose closes, pizza competition

DISH: SAVOR honeygrow opens in Chicago

Report: Trump's Trans Ban Would Cost $960 Mil, 100 Times Cost of Health Care

DISH: SAVOR Maple & Ash brunch; Epic Burger

LGBTQ artists part of "Veterans for Peace" fest in Chicago through Aug. 13

The Fair Maid of the West

ELECTIONS 2018: GOVERNOR Tio Hardiman talks LGBT rights, gun violence


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