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Windy City Times 2004-12-29

Groundbreaking Victory Gardens


Theater: From Fear to Eternity

Football Tryouts

Bowling for Vital Bridges

Strictly Sail Event

Theater: H.M.S. Pinafore

Theater: One-Man Star Wars

Early Registration for Gay Games Ends Soon

Rip Girls: Women Surfers' New Wave

Dyke Delicious Series Begins Second Year

Blades on Ice: Figure Skaters Focus on New Tournaments

Knight at the Movies: The Aviator and Beyond the Sea

Views: Same-Sex Marriage Ban Puts Hex on Lesbian Health

Target Stores vs. Salvation Army

America West Courts Gays

Signorile Views: Beltway Backtrack

Lesbian Minister on PBS

Playgirl's [Gay] Man of Year

Stage Door Jonny

Deep Inside Hollywood

Media Watch


DNC GLBT Outreach Office Releases Election Report

Mobilization 2004: Just Getting Started

Turning Green Into Blue

Suicide Prevention Program

TPAN Seeks Executive Director

AFC Seeks State Affairs Director

New City YMCA Chief Dismissed After Clash

Survey: Most Illinois Residents Support Gay Legislation

DNA Does Not Link Gay Murders But May Connect Attacks

Rainbow Sash Responds to Pope

Betsy Streightif, Women's Health Activist, Passes Away

Priest Found Beaten in Gay Spot in Springfield

Chicago House's Wrapture

World Roundup

National Roundup

Judge Hears Sides in California Marriage Case

Chicago Black Gays and Lesbians events

Fireball Feb. 18-20

Footballer White Dies

Year in Review: Top Local News, Passages, Milestones

Year in Review: The LGBT Year in Health

Year in Review: People

More than 100,000 dead from Quake, Tsunamis

Willie Barrow: 8 Decades of Activism, a son lost to AIDS

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