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Windy City Times 2017-09-13

Windy City Times Job Fair Sept. 29 at Center on Halsted

Gay Seattle mayor resigns

DISH: SAVOR Streeterville Social; Bourbon on Division

DISH: SAVOR Angelo's Wine Bar

A Chance appearance

LETTERS Dealing with DACA decision

Triathlon's 'Underwear Run' raises funds

CGMC's 'Rock Bottom' cabaret shows in Sept.

Dining news: Thompson Chicago, Tru closing, Lakeview Taco Fest

Showbiz news: Todrick Hall, Ellen Page, Jake Gyllenhaal, immigration projects

National roundup: Lesbian ex-mayor, Spelman College, DJ fatally shot

Brave Space Alliance to create trans drop-in spot in new home

39th anniversary of Peace Day on Sept. 22

LGBT exhibit in Indianapolis center

Howard Brown open house Sept. 27

LETTER Helping the homeless

Sarah Siddons Society to honor Baldwin, Shindle

Pondexter part of Hall of Fame class

EXPO CHICAGO Sept. 13-17

Sept. 16 Guaranteed Rate Field anti-violence music fest suddenly canceled

FALL DANCE PREVIEW Innovation abounds this fall

MOVIES Del Shores film a 'Sordid' affair

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Alison Moyet and her 'Other' self

GUEST COLUMN Missing Millett: Her role in a coming-out

Megan Carney is new artistic director of About Face Theatre

International fashion model Teddy Quinlivan comes out as transgender

Lesbian filmmaker readies final episodes of Riley Parra web series

Cubs announce chance to win tickets to possible post-season games

NOW endorses Black Women's March and March for Racial Justice

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Tobly McSmith creates a parade of parodies

Second City cooks up comedy for George Wendt's roast

Critics' Picks

Theater Spotlight

'Fun Home' part of Victory's season

Cast named for 'Significant Other'

Edith Windsor, lesbian activist who took down DOMA, dead at 88

World news: UK hate crimes, intersex report, Irma damages center

VIEWS Hurricane Harvey's gay problem?

Auditorium to mark 50th anniv. with dance companies

Martha Lavey memorial Oct. 9

FALL THEATER PREVIEW And now for something you've never seen!

FALL THEATER PREVIEW Queer theater for the fall

Mirza movie to debut Sept. 28 at Music Box

Local researchers seek subjects in "smart-PrEP" study

FALL THEATER PREVIEW Fall classics and revivals reflect diversity

Bernie Brommel looks back at early years of TPAN

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