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Windy City Times 2020-04-15

Virtual reading of Terrence McNally work on April 16

BOOK REVIEW An Indefinite Sentence: A Personal History of Outlawed Love and Sex

THE AMAZON TRAIL A giant

Victory Gardens cancels 'Forgotten,'will stream 'Fun Home'

Chicago dancer discusses battle with COVID-19

REVIEW 'Tiger King' rules television

EVENTS Welz Kauffman on what Ravinia will (hopefully) bring this summer

BOOKS Jen Manion talks 'Female Husbands' and writing process

Billy Masters

OP-ED: COVID-19 LGBTQs, minorities disproportionately affected

LETTER Administrative errors

COVID-19 Hookups during a medical crisis and an official's take on them

30 Under 30 Awards moved to October

Planned Parenthood of Illinois launches telehealth service during pandemic.

Idaho anti-trans law challenged

PASSAGES David Charles Parker

Midsommarfest moved to August

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