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Windy City Times 2017-01-11

'Writers Resist' event Jan. 15
National comedy benefit Jan. 19-21
Immigration rally on Jan. 14
Sinfonietta's MLK concerts Jan. 14-16
Lesbian movie to premiere at SXSW
Sinfonietta's MLK concerts Jan. 14-16
Travel show in Rosemont Jan. 21-22
Wachowski's art captures lost trans lives in vivid emotion by: Gretchen Rachel Hammond
NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Legend Honey West does Priscilla in Chicago by: Jerry Nunn, Windy City Times
Illinois bar closes after 36 years
(Beat) play to benefit homeless
'Gender Breakdown' Feb. 16-March 19
THEATER REVIEW Tony and Tina's Wedding by: Mary Shen Barnidge
THE AMAZON TRAIL The mightiest of books by: Lee Lynch
VIEWS Kim Burrell shows how Black church abuses gay Christians by: Rev. Irene Monroe
Antonio King takes on new CDPH role by: Matt Simonette
GUEST COLUMN Last Call at Irene's Cabaret by: Owen Keehnen
Local study of injectable HIV drug launches by: Matt Simonette
Obama says a fond farewell from Chicago
GLSEN: Illinois schools hostile for many LGBTQ secondary students
Award named for Mildred Loving to honor a young community hero on MLK Day
McCarter introduces anti-LGBT bill on first day of Senate session by: Matt Simonette
Theater Spotlight on Fillet of Solo, Critics' Picks
THEATER REVIEW The Rosenkranz Mysteries by: Mary Shen Barnidge
THEATER REVIEW Women by: Scott C. Morgan, Windy City Times
SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Before Stonewall by: Scott C. Morgan, Windy City Times
Attack on Affordable Care Act: Lambda Legal urges action to save lives
Gilead Sciences to give $22M in grants to new HIV cure research projects
Music video entries to be considered for Elton John: The Cut
LGBT military group calls on Mattis to express support for all service members
Next Sec. of Defense indicates he will not change open LGBT military service
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