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Windy City Times 2005-09-28

Senate Committee Backs Roberts

Activist Norm Sloan Attacked

Theologian, Author Accepts Award from Notre Dame GL Alumni

GLSEN Chicago's Fall Youth Leadership Summit

Students Pledge to be Allies

The Children Affected by AIDS Foundation Halloween Fundraiser

GLSEN Chicago's kick-off brunch

American Idol Star Jim Verraros Issues Second Single

Luna Negra Sneak Peek

Women's Theater in Chicago

Pair Who Dare to Venture Down the Silk Road

Chicago Gay Men's Chorus Sings Out at Wrigley

Paris: Something Old, Something New

Spotlight I

Spotlight II

Mountain Moving Memories

Circle Theatre: Taking Risks

Theater: The Masrayana

Theater: The Great and Terrible Wizard of Oz

About Face's 10th Season

Super Critics' Picks

Theater: The God of Hell

Theater: Memory House

Theater: Galileo

Theater: Merchant of Venice

Pride Bowling Tourney

Pride Bowling Tourney

Youth Run for a Noble Cause

Chicago WNBA Franchise Reaches for the Sky

Frontrunners Water Station at Marathon

HRC Backs Games

Best of the Beach

Daley Chairs Gay Games Champions

Knight at the Movies

Julianne Moore and Jane Anderson Q&A's

LETTERS: Controversy


Gerber Benefit

Sarandon here

Dahir: Lesbian Robin Hood

UIC Celebration

Pentagon Admits Sending Open Gays and Lesbians to War

Anti-Gay Remarks Found on IU Campus


Media Watch

Local Roundup

National Roundup

Schakowsky Introduces Microbicide Bill

Institute Releases Black AIDS Report

Group posts photos of Tortured Iranian Gay Man

Arrest in Case of Slain Teen

Louisiana Updates

Ind. Activists Try to Revive Gay Bias Ban

World Roundup

Trans-Inclusive Hate Crimes Bill Passes House

Sex: Who's Doing What in America

Amnesty: LGBT Liaisons Needed to Stop Police Abuse

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