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  Patricia Nell Warren, author of first gay novel on NYT Best Seller List, dies

LOS ANGELES - Patricia Nell Warren, age 82, died on Saturday February 9th at the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, California after a long battle with cancer. Warren is best known for her groundbreaking novel ...


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  Library foundation president named

The Chicago Public Library Foundation ( CPLF ) announced that Brenda Langstraat is its new president. Langstraat comes to the Library Foundation after seven years as CEO of Working in the Schools ( WITS ). WITS ...


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  Gerber/Hart Library History of LGBTQ Activism lecture and other dates

A four-part series of talks on the history of LGBTQ activism will be given by LGBTQ historian John D'Emilio on the four Thursdays of February, 6:30-8:00 pm at Gerber/Hart Library and Archives. The first talk, on ...


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  Peter Shinkle, author of Ike's Mystery Man, Feb. 11 at Pritzker Military Library

Peter Shinkle, Ike's Mystery Man: The Secret Lives of Robert Cutler, is a view into the inner workings of the Eisenhower White House and the indispensable contributions and sacrifices made by patriotic gay Americans in the ...


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  Women & Children First to host Chloe Benjamin, Anne Elizabeth Moore

Women & Children First is feeling the love this February at Women & Children First with two Valentine's Day event and a With Love from Andersonville supporting Chicago Books to Women in Prison. Feb. 14 through ...


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  Northwestern authors launch new Black woman-centered titles

Just as Chicago's record-cold spell began to let up the evening of Jan. 31, community members filled Women & Children First Bookstore to standing-room-only capacity to launch books by Northwestern University scholars E. Patrick Johnson and ...


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  BOOKS Chicago writer explores feminist accountability

One of the biggest struggles within activist movements is that they tend to emulate the institutions and power structures they are trying to change. For instance, within the feminist movement, organizations tend to be led by ...


-Great-Believers-author-talks-early-AIDS-crisis-at-Howard-Brown-event

  'Great Believers' author talks early AIDS crisis at Howard Brown event

AIDS affected many, including a budding young author home sick from school who was watching a Donahue episode featuring Larry Kramer. "I was 7 years old at the time the book starts," Rebecca Makkai said of ...


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  Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver dies

Poet Mary Oliver—who wrote of nature and won a Pulitzer Prize—died at her home in Hobe Sound, Florida, from lymphoma, according to Deadline.com. She was 83. Oliver authored more than 15 poetry and essay collections, focused ...


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  Gerber/Hart, Howard Brown to host 'Great Believers' discussion

On Wed., Jan. 16, 6-8 p.m., Howard Brown Health Clark and Gerber/Hart Library and Archives will host a discussion on The Great Believers with author Rebecca Makkai and Howard Brown Health President/CEO David Ernesto Munar, followed ...


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  BOOK REVIEW Growing Up Queer

Growing up is hard. Most sentient adults would agree, and decline a chance to 'teen again; between changing bodies, mean girls, bullies and facing adulthood, it's enough to have endured it once. But for kids who ...


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  DiFranco book out May 7

On May 7, Viking will publish No Walls and the Recurring Dream, a memoir from longtime singer/songwriter/poet/activist Ani DiFranco. According to a press release, "DiFranco is one of the most prolific indie artists of the last ...


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  Johnson/Nash book release party Jan. 31

A joint book release celebrating E. Patrick Johnson's Black. Queer. Southern. Women: An Oral History and Jennifer Nash's Black Feminism Reimagined: After Intersectionality will take place Thursday, Jan. 31, at Women & Children First, 5233 N. ...


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  Gerber/Hart seeks board members

The Gerber/Hart Library and Archives, 6500 N. Clark St., is seeking new board members in 2019, as a number of its current members are rotating off at the end of their terms, according to a press ...


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  Novelist's fascination with history comes alive on stage

Novelist Emma Donoghue has had a long and rewarding relationship with Regency historical figure Anne Lister. Lister created a series of coded diaries that documented her love affairs with women while operating as part of the ...


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  The Rest of It, Hustlers, Cocaine... 1976-1988

Parts of your life are missing. Maybe you've forgotten, purposefully or by accident. You were overwhelmed and didn't look, too influenced by love, anger, or adult beverages to take full notice. Sometimes, you wonder what's missing ...


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  Gay couple talk relationship, new Oak Park bookstore

When gay couple Bill Fletcher and Don Moss moved from suburban Seattle to a 100-plus-year-old house in Oak Park, Illinois, six months ago, they brought thousands of books with them. There were so many books the ...


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  Women & Children First bookstore events include Shout Your Abortion

Women & Children First Loves Chicago Books to Women in Prison Donation Drive January 2 through February 14 We're kicking off the new year by partnering with one of our favorite non-profits, Chicago Books to Women ...


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  Best books of 2018

Everybody, it seems, has a best of 2018 List out for the year—best vacation, best TV shows, best movies, best place to eat. So here are the Absolutely Can't Miss, Don't Pass Them By, Wipe Your ...


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  Book chronicles local gay disco scene

The new book Dugan's Bistro and the Legend of the Bearded Lady, by author/activist/grassroots historian Owen Keehnen, is a folklore-bio of the local disco era—a time that was key in the evolution of Chicago's LGBT community. ...


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  BOOK REVIEW Ladies Lazarus

By Piper J. Daniels $16; Tarpaulin Sky Press; 128 pages Piper J. Daniels is many things: a Columbia College Chicago graduate, a Michigan native, a queer intersectional feminist, and a professional ghostwriter. Impressive bio and city ...


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  Historian Batza talks gay clinics' origins at book launch

On Jan. 4, Women & Children First welcomed a standing-room-only crowd for the launch of Before AIDS, historian Katie Batza's book about gay health clinics in the early 1970s. Singles, couples and even children hung on ...


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  Gary Sinise book event Feb. 18

Steppenwolf Theatre Company has announced a special event as part of co-founder Gary Sinise's book tour promoting his new book Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service. Sinise will reflect on his book in a ...


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  They, A Biblical Tale of Secret Genders

What if you could meet a secret society of welcoming misfits—omitted from patriarchal biblical history—just because they are not in keeping with gender norms? With They: A Biblical Tale of Secret Genders, author Janet Mason posits ...


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  BOOK REVIEW The Pants Project

By Cat Clarke $16.99; Sourcebooks; 272 pages Mom said you're growing like a weed. It's true: you've outgrown your favorite sweater, your best shirt, and all your summer shoes. The only thing that fits is ...


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  Dugan's Bistro and the Legend of the Bearded Lady

New book chronicles Chicago's early gay disco scene

Before Studio 54… Dugan's Bistro was the hottest gay disco in Chicago. From 1973-1982 the sign above the door and on the club's matchbooks read: "Dugan's Bistro, the Home of the Bearded Lady." A Chicago nightlife ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Ten

  A Cradle Song Part Ten

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


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  Gerber/Hart unveils AIDS-awareness stamps

On Dec. 13, Gerber/Hart Library and Archives unveiled a new exhibit among its collection of LGBTQ historical records: Red Ribbon for AIDS awareness stamps. This marked the 25th anniversary of the stamps' circulation in the United ...


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  Trans author talks 'gender outlaws,'prison breaks in novel

The New York Times called Jordy Rosenberg's debut novel, Confessions of the Fox, "[a] mind-bending romp through a gender-fluid, 18th-century London … a joyous mash-up of literary genres shot through with queer theory and awash in ...


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  A Cradle Song: Part Nine

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


BOOK-REVIEW-Honor-Girl-Lost-Soul-Be-at-Peace

  BOOK REVIEW Honor Girl/Lost Soul, Be at Peace

By Maggie Thrash $14.99; Candlewick Press; 267 pages ( Honor Girl ), $18.99; Candlewick Press; 190 pages ( Lost Soul, Be at Peace ) There is no loneliness like teenage loneliness. Even those who experienced their ...


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  MOMBIAN's LGBTQ children's book gift guide

It's time for my annual roundup of some of this year's best LGBTQ-inclusive children's and middle-grade books! This is one of the first years when ( happily! ) there were more books published than I can ...


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  BOOKS Thom Bierdz talks about sex, and a lot more, In 'Young, Gay & Restless'

In Young, Gay & Restless: My Scandalous On-Screen & Off-Screen Sexual Liberations, Thom Bierdz—an actor/artist/advocate who is probably best known for portraying heir Phillip Chancellor III on the daytime drama The Young and the Restless—literally lets ...


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  Fiction round-up, LGBTQ+ YA fantasy

As winter blows into Chicago—and freezing temperatures with it—the temptation to curl up in front of the fire with a good book is strong. As the world burns with political dissent, the desire to escape to ...


She-Wants-It

  She Wants It

By Jill Soloway $27; Pegasus Random House; 241 pages Jill Soloway can tell a story. Celebrity memoirs are a dime a dozen, and often require one of two elements to be legitimately good reads: a specific ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Eight-

  A Cradle Song, Part Eight

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


Historians-looking-for-survey-participants

  Historians looking for survey participants

Writers/historians Sukie de la Croix and Owen Keehnen are collaborating on an upcoming project, tentatively called "Tell Me About It," and are looking for folks to answer 10 questions each. NOTE: Participants can sign their full ...


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  Women & Children First Books plans holiday season events

The holidays have arrived at Chicago's Only Feminist Bookstore. Care for Real Toy Drive Nov. 30 to Dec. 14 Come support Care for Real, a wonderful local organization making a difference for families in our community. ...


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  SHOWBIZ 'Handmaid,' Kristen Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis

Margaret Atwood is currently writing a sequel to her best-selling dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale, TheWrap.com noted. Due out in September 2019 from publishers Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, The Testaments is set 15 years after Offred's final ...


The-Best-Party-of-Our-Lives-Stories-of-Gay-Weddings

  The Best Party of Our Lives: Stories of Gay Weddings

By Sarah Galvin $18.95; Sasquatch Books; 226 pages Your summer is filling up quickly. It starts with graduations and confirmations. You've already got a pile of "Save the Date" cards for a bunch of weddings, and ...


BOOK-REVIEW-Death-Checks-In

  BOOK REVIEW Death Checks In

By David S. Pederson $18.95; Bold Strokes Books; 235 pages It's a nice little getaway. That's all you wanted: two days alone, just you and your amour, with nothing to do but follow your whims. ...


Ripe-Letters-by-Alan-Semrow-seeks-to-redefine-relationships

  Ripe. Letters, by Alan Semrow, seeks to redefine relationships

People live in a world of relationships. When one hears "relationship," that person may think boyfriend, spouse or girlfriend. Alan Semrow's latest book seeks to expand one's understanding of what a relationship actually is. Ripe: Letters ...


Remembering-Harvey-Milk

  Remembering Harvey Milk

Excerpt by Cleve Jones

Nov. 27 marked the 40th anniversary of the death of Harvey Milk. Below is an adapted excerpt friend and activist Cleve Jones sent to Windy City Times from Jones' book, When We Rise, to mark the ...


Feminism-meets-coffee-table-books-in-HERstory-Revolution

  Feminism meets coffee-table books in 'HERstory,' 'Revolution'

The Revolution is Female Author: Kristen Blush. $61; Blush; 128 pages Modern HERstory Author: Blair Imani, $17.99; Ten Speed Press; 208 pages What does Trump's America mean for feminism? For one, the rise of activism ...


Howard-Brown-editors-publish-holistic-resource-on-TGNC-health-aging

  Howard Brown editors publish 'holistic' resource on TGNC health, aging

A new book edited by professionals from Howard Brown Health aims to make information on transgender and gender nonconforming people as they age more accessible to healthcare providers. Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Health and Aging, which ...


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  WORLD Chinese writer, Nigeria suit, anti-trans attack, archbishop's statement

A Chinese author has been sentenced to 10 years in jail for writing and selling homoerotic novels, prompting backlash and comparisons to lighter sentences for more serious crimes committed in the country, like sexual assault, NewNowNext.com ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Seven

  A Cradle Song, Part Seven

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


10-Questions-with-Vic-Branden-Wellington

  10 Questions with Vic: Branden Wellington

As an Emmy Award-winning writer, the New York Mets' in-game host, or "Jarod Young" on Netflix's hit show Orange is the New Black, Branden Wellington's talents and accomplishments are vast and diverse, and he is just ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Six

  A Cradle Song: Part Six

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


Poet-Marty-McConnell-to-celebrate-book-launch-at-The-Whistler

  Poet Marty McConnell to celebrate book launch at The Whistler

Chicago poet Marty McConnell's book when they say you can't go home again what they mean is you were never there, winner of the 2017 Michael Waters Poetry Prize from Southern Indiana University Press, was published ...


Sukie-de-la-Croix-weaves-real-life-Fairy-Tale

  Sukie de la Croix weaves real-life 'Fairy Tale'

Sukie de la Croix made such an indelible mark on Chicago's LGBTQ scene when he lived in the Windy City from 1991-2014 that the Chicago Sun-Times proclaimed him "The Gay Studs Terkel." During his time here, ...


Brynn-Tannehill-Trans-activist-calls-for-action-in-new-book

  Brynn Tannehill: Trans activist calls for action in new book

Many readers remember Dr. David Ruben's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex ( But Were Afraid to Ask )—a 1969 best-selling book and then a 1972 Woody Allen movie. Published the same year as ...


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  Author Miriam Frank headlines CTU LGBTQIA+ event

Out in the Union: A Labor History of Queer America author and Pride at Work founding member Miriam Frank was the featured speaker at a Chicago Teachers Union ( CTU ) LGBTQIA+ event, co-hosted alongside Pride ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Five-

  A Cradle Song Part Five

Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


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  BOOKS Some of Chicago's LGBTQ-friendly book clubs

Reading is a solitary act, and sometimes a lonely one. A number of individuals have gone the extra mile to start book groups for readers in the city. Meetings in bookstores, community centers and restaurants give ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Four

  A Cradle Song: Part Four

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


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  David Jay Collins readings Nov. 9

Chicago author David Jay Collins will read scenes from his locally set novels Gaybash and Summerdale on Friday, Nov. 9, at 6:30 p.m., at The Leigh Gallery, 3306 N. Halsted St. Collins will sell and autograph ...


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  Michelle Obama giving book-tour tickets to groups

Michelle Obama and Live Nation have announced a selection of the local and community organizations that will receive free admission to the former first lady's upcoming book tour, Becoming: An Intimate Conversation With Michelle Obama. Obama's ...


Ex-Neo-Nazi-talks-about-what-spurred-him-to-change

  Ex-Neo Nazi talks about what spurred him to change

To look into the eyes of Christian Picciolini—eyes that seem to smile in a nonthreatening and empathetic way—one would probably not believe at the age of 16 he led one of the most violent Neo-Nazi hate ...


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  Queer Eye's Karamo Brown in Evanston Dec. 5

Television host and culture expert on the Emmy-winning Netflix reboot of Queer Eye, Karamo Brown says that the key to his success is tapping into the many facets of his identity. Whether as an openly gay ...


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  SHOWBIZ Streisand, GLAAD book, Spice Girls, Boy Erased, Rhapsody

Barbra Streisand has released an LGBTQ anthem that doubles as a statement against President Trump, NewNowNext.com reported. The legendary singer's latest album, Walls, includes plenty of shots at the current administration, including the title track. The ...


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  Atwood discusses impact of 'The Handmaid's Tale' at NU

Author Margaret Atwood spoke before an at-capacity audience on Northwestern University's Evanston campus Oct. 30 to discuss the implications of her classic 1985 dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale. The book was chosen as part of the ...


Author-talks-new-book-about-overlooked-LGBT-tragedy

  Author talks new book about overlooked LGBT tragedy

by Larry Nichols

Author Robert Fieseler's new book, "Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation" dives deep into the events leading up to and the aftermath of the Up Stairs ...


MOMBIAN-Childrens-and-YA-books-on-LGBTQ-history

  MOMBIAN Children's and YA books on LGBTQ history

LGBTQ History Month offers us a wonderful opportunity each October to look at the growing number of books for children and youth on LGBTQ history—including several that are new this year. Elementary school Pride: The ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Three-

  A Cradle Song: Part Three

by Mark Zubro; Illustrated by W.S. Reed

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


Michelle-Obama-giving-book-tour-tickets-to-groups

  Michelle Obama giving book-tour tickets to groups

Michelle Obama and Live Nation have announced a selection of the local and community organizations that will receive free admission to the former first lady's upcoming book tour, Becoming: An Intimate Conversation With Michelle Obama. Obama's ...


Queer-singer-Mary-Lambert-on-her-poetry-collection

  Queer singer Mary Lambert on her poetry collection

Mary Lambert first experienced what she calls "radical vulnerability" at age seven, when she started a group therapy session at a friend's sleepover. "I've been in therapy since I was 5," said the queer performer and ...


Jill-Soloway-reads-from-She-Wants-It-at-local-appearance

  Jill Soloway reads from 'She Wants It' at local appearance

With a line of people wrapped around the block in increasingly chilly weather, it was easy to catch snippets of why fans were there to see the Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning creator of Transparent, Jill ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-Two

  A Cradle Song Part Two

A Cradle Song, written by Mark Zubro and illustrated by W.S. Reed, debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story ...


Chelsea-Clinton-signs-hundreds-of-new-kids-books-at-WCF

  Chelsea Clinton signs hundreds of new kids' books at W&CF

More than 700 people of all ages lined up around the block to meet author, Clinton Foundation Vice-Chair and former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton Oct. 21 at Women and Children First bookstore. Clinton signed copies of ...


Chicago-author-publishes-story-about-escape-

  Chicago author publishes story about escape

Coming from a place of experiences and a vast amount of travel, Joe English has written his first novel, A Place Called Schugara. English was born in Paterson, New Jersey, and came of age in Mexico ...


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  Nicole Maines to be honored with HRC Chicago Visibility Award

CHICAGO, Ill., October 22, 2018— Nicole Maines, transgender actor and activist, will be honored with the Human Rights Campaign ( HRC ) Chicago Visibility Award. The award will recognize Nicole's incredible fight to be herself, as ...


-Margaret-Atwood-to-discuss-The-Handmaids-Tale-at-Northwestern-Oct-30-

  Margaret Atwood to discuss 'The Handmaid's Tale' at Northwestern Oct. 30

EVANSTON, Ill. — Margaret Atwood, author of "The Handmaid's Tale," will visit Northwestern University to discuss the implications her 1985 dystopian novel has on our contemporary world as part of the One Book One Northwestern program. ...


-Chelsea-Clinton-at-WCF-Oct-21

  Chelsea Clinton at W&CF Oct. 21

Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton will be at Women and Children First, 5233 N. Clark St., on Sunday, Oct. 21, at 1 p.m. to sign copies of a book for kids entitled START NOW! You Can ...


A-Cradle-Song-Part-One-

  A Cradle Song Part One

A Cradle Song debuts in the Windy City Times as the new holiday classic. Filled with travail and woe, warmth and great joy, it is a story for the ages. It will appear in ten installments ...







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