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Windy City Times 2006-01-18

Rain Pryor in Chicago

Stop Kiss Returns

The Misanthrope

The House of Blue Leaves

Katrina: State of Emergency

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The Van Gogh Exhibit & The Zebra Baby

Hurlyburly

Spotlight

Critics' Picks

Stage Door Jonny

ILGRA Holds Awards Ceremony

Getting a Kick Out of Soccer

YWCA Seeking Nominations

Educational Approach

Countdown to the Gay Games ...

Health Beat: Gay Brains/Face Facts: We Are Wired Differently

Day Views: 2006-THE YEAR IN HORRORSCOPES

Sosa Debuts New Work

HUD Awards Chicago House $1M to Expand

Judge Scolds Minister Over Frivolous Lawsuit

The Patch Changes Hands, Name

Workplace Resource

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Quotelines

SLDN Seeks to 'Out' Pentagon Spying on Gays

Media Watch

Matthew Cardinale: After the Storm

Passages: Jim Zulevic

Gay Films Win Globes Brokeback, Transamerica and Capote Take Awards

Latino Group Plans Summit

LCCP Gala Feb. 4

Point Foundation Announces Scholarships

Home Access Offers Next-Day HIV Test

Measures to Limit Funeral Protests Pushed

Chad Allen: Missionary Man

Sidebar: The Real Native Son

Out at CHS: Line-Up for 2006

Rights Watch Criticizes India

Man Raped in Lakeview

Big Chicks Bar Goes Smokeless

Anti-Alito Rally Draws Hundreds

ALITO SPARKS HOT DEBATE

Knight at the Movies: The New World and End of the Spear

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