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Windy City Times 2005-07-27

July 27: Chicago City Council Calls For Repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell';

Adopting a Pet

COLAGE Art Exhibit

Theater: My Richard

River North's Sizzling Gay Event

Gurlesque Burlesque


Stage Door Jonny

Critics' Picks

Theater: The Wild Party

Theater: A Kiss from Alexander

Theater: The Radiant Abyss

Theater: Do I Hear a Waltz

Youth: Goodman Theatre's Student Programs

Come See a Circus Show in Production

Family Pride in P-Town


Youth: Howard Brown Kicks Off Mentor Program


Point Scholar Aims High

Local Singer Addresses Synod Committee

TPAN Pulse Anniversary

Women's Softball Finals 'Straight' Ahead

LETTERS County and Gay Games

Knight at the Movies: Twist of Faith and Summer Film Fests

Deep Inside Hollywood

Views: Legal Issues Faced By LGBT Seniors

Man Delivers Nazi Salutes at Hearing



McKeon Names Chief of Staff

Local Events

Chicago GLBTs Debate Marriage Strategy

Quad-Cities UCC Supports Resolution

Groups Criticize Cook County Commissioners Over Games Change

National Roundup

Planning for LGBT Aging

Local Chorus Official Arrested on Meth Charges


Roberts Nominated to U.S. Supreme Court

World Round Up

Affinity Hits 10

Pop Making Sense

Report: Iran Gay Teens Executed

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