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Windy City Times 2017-09-06

Artemis Singers: Deep roots in Chicago's lesbian community

Artemis Singers members reflect on their many years with the chorus

NUNN ON ONE George Takei gets political, talks future plans

NUNN ON ONE Betty Thomas: Actress/director returns to Chicago

'Queens on Wheels' Sept. 8-10

EXPO CHICAGO Sept. 13-17

Artemisia Fall Festival Sept., Oct.

Theater spotlight on Confessions of a Mormon Boy

LETTERS Trump attacks marginalized communities

Powerhouse Church a 'safe space of worship for all people'

Legal specialist talks about aspects of criminal-justice system

Group honors Danny Sotomayor

Advocates reflect on 2017 state legislative session

AIDS activist Louise Hay dies

Gay Jamaican activist murdered

Pritzker, Stratton travel around state

Madigan sues city for police reform

GUEST COLUMN What can happen when a state goes to pot?

Downers Grove council ousts library trustee after alleged anti-LGBT remarks

Attorney General Madigan joins lawsuit to protect DACA grantees

Pizza with a Purpose to benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey

BENT NIGHTS Absolutely Not; The Black and Brown Festival

Gay alderman no longer Biss' running mate

TRAVEL Checking out Saugatuck this fall

In the Life, Brock Mettz

THEATER REVIEW Honeymoon in Vegas

Chritics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW A Funny Thing Happened on the Way...

THEATER REVIEW Barbecue

THEATER REVIEW One Thousand Words

VIEWPOINTS Illinois takes a big step forward with new vital records law

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Embodying butch/femme

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