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Windy City Times 2018-12-19


Billy Masters

VIEWPOINT Words matter

A Cradle Song Part Ten

Best and worst movies of 2018

With 'La Ruta,' Isaac Gomez gives voice to Juarez's murdered women

LETTER Season of wonder

THE AMAZON TRAIL Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse

WBEZ's 'The Morning Shift' host steps away

LGBTQ groups condemn federal commission move to rescind school disciplinary guidance

The top LGBT news stories of 2018

ACLU: Schools must not limit talk of sexual orientation as "disruptive"

HIV+ Air Force members discharged, OutServe-SLDN Lambda Legals sue

TRAVEL Philadelphia, a lot more than the Liberty Bell

Mary Poppins Returns an old-school Technicolor delight

Chicago candidates get Victory Fund backing

Miller Lite offers free and discounted CTA and Uber on NYE

Films of LGBTQ interest at Gene Siskel Film Center in January

Five Worth Finding: Last-minute gifts

10 Questions with Vic Featuring Pauly Shore


Critics' Picks

A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Full Monty

The Old Woman Broods

The Winter Wolf

Bev Rage and the Drinks; John Grant

Activists reflect on 30-year anniversary of Chicago Human Rights Ordinance

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