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Windy City Times 2006-09-27

Runway Style

Rosie Goes Topless

CDC Issues Revised HIV Testing Plan

Jackson Gets 15 Years

Sidebar: Local Responses to the HIV Testing Guidelines

Ryan White Reauthorization Stalls in Senate

Gay Man to Run Against Ald. Shiller

Burt Bacharach to be at Duckworth Fundraiser

Stonewall Dems Launch Initiative

Schakowsky Benefit

Book-Burner Sentenced

Sign Language Classes Offered

GLN to Welcome Gay Iranian Leader

2006 Chicago House World Tour to Feature Top Auction Items

Andersonville Bagel Shop Closed for Health Code Violations

Correction: Three Shepard events

Howard Brown Announces Friends for Life Recipients

PASSAGE: Aleta Fenceroy

PASSAGE: Joseph Desbles



Deep Inside Hollywood

National Roundup

Cullerton Presents Grant for Green Space

Dahir Views

Day Views

World Roundup

LCCP to Honor Lesbians Facing Cancer, Welcome New Board Chair

Theater: Clay

Theater: Hatfield & McCoy

Theater: Come Back, Little Sheba

Theater: Helen

Theater: King Lear

Theater: The Bitter Tears of Petra Van Kant

The African Company Presents Richard III

Farewell, Rick


Pop Making Sense Estrojam: Line-up is Jam-tastic

Dance for Life Raises $170K

Critics' Picks

Media Watch

GSU Meth Workshop

Liza in Chicago

BOOK REVIEW: Tweaked—A Crystal Meth Memoir

Local Roundup

Getting To Know … Dick Uyvari

Crew Flag Football Team FundRaiser

No-Tap Bowling League Has Openings


Knight at the Movies: School for Scoundrels and The Puffy Chair

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