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Windy City Times 2004-03-31

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Reality Cares

VIEWS, MUBARAK DAHIR: Church Lady

A Musical Benefit for Center on Halsted

Music: Some Girls and Others

Theater: Heat

Theater: Blackbird

Theater: Lady Windermere's Fan

Theater: Meet John Doe

Theater: Speaking in Tongues

Theater: Spotlight

Theater: Brown Draws Fans with Lady

Sports: Hoops Classic

Sports: Gay Games Info

Sports: AIDS Marathon Training

Eye on the Media

Sports: Marigold Bowl to Close

Sports: Frontrunners and Windy City Cycling Join Forces

Sports: Women's B-Ball Playoffs

Sports: Force Football Begins

Sports: Mexican Gays Form Soccer League

Movie Maven

Deep Inside Hollywood

Quotelines

Help Nears for AIDS Facial Wasting

NewsWrap

As War Continues, Gay Discharges Plummet to Lowest Level Since 1995

Cheney's Mixed Signals

WORLD ROUNDUP

GLAAD Meets with SF Paper After Assignments Change

QUEBEC LEGALIZES SAME-SEX MARRIAGE

Local Roundup

Man Murdered in Lakeview

Federal Rights Threatened

Rep. Frank Attacks FMA, Mass. Legislature Seeks Ban

Experts Tell House Committee DOMA is Working Fine, A Constitutional Amendment Has Problems

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