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Windy City Times 2018-08-15

Men's fashion awards Sept. 12

Cher to release ABBA covers CD Sept. 28

Vives Q relaunches with Gutierrez, Love

Asians & Friends anniv. party Sept. 9

Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest on Aug. 18-19

Ruby Rose to play lesbian superhero Batwoman

THEATER Spotlight on Hurricane Damage

REVIEW Holding the Man

Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Richard III

Dance for Life continues to celebrate life, honoring those who have passed

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Calling for change

VIEWS Cardinal Cupich on sexual abuse: Clerical culture, not gay priests, at fault

Illinois tourism office unveils sculpture at Market Days

Northalsted Market Days 2018

Scot's owner reflects on the business that was

Queer, Ill + Okay hosts 'HIV/AIDS in the Age of PrEP'

Dream Town starts 'Be You' campaign

Panel on LGBTQI+ persecution Aug. 16 at Center on Halsted

Aug. 16 'Trans Talk' to include Quigley

Groups urge Rauner to end workplace bias

PASSAGES Women's music leader Esther Anne Fuller dies

Dedry Jones, remembered

NUNN ON ONE MOVIES Author Andrew Solomon part of 'Far From the Tree' documentary

Sam Smith in Chicago

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