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Windy City Times 2006-10-11

GAY HISTORY: Chicagoans Reflect

GAY HISTORY: Matthew Shepard

Chicagoans Reflect

Local Roundup

Close But No Cigar at Gay Bowl VI

Gay Games Liquidation Sale On Tap

Media Watch

George Michael in Trouble Again

NU Reading Centers on Southern Black Gay Men

Alfre Woodard at Personal PAC Luncheon

Gallery Tour Oct. 13

'Housewives' Creator Hosts GLAAD Fundraiser

Liza in Chicago



The Dark at the Top of the Stairs

Another Part Of The Forest

Grande Hysterie

Black Ensemble Theater to Present the '60s and Billie Holiday


Dancin' Feats

Kalver Leaving Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

We Love Pets

MONROE VIEWS: Church's Code Keeps Jesus on the 'Down Low'

Project Fashion

Center on Halsted Hits Fundraising Milestones

Views: Games Wind Down

GAY HISTORY: Gay Pioneer's Papers Enter the Library of Congress

HISTORY MONTH: Martina Navratilova: My Thoughts

Stroger Meets with GLBTs

World Roundup

National Roundup

Deep Inside Hollywood


Shepard March and Rally Show Unity

Fair Wisconsin Fundraiser Oct. 24

Activist Bauer Suspended from Practicing Law

Sports Scores

Superintendent Contends Suspension Based on Sexual Orientation

PASSAGE: Rudolph Johnson, Jr.

NLGJA Awards in Chicago

Black LGBT Images on West Side

Judy Shepard: Carrying the Torch

Foley Follies Continue

TWO MAKING HISTORY: Navratilova and Kameny

McGreevey's Confessions

Dead End

Knight at the Movies: The Queen, The Last King of Scotland and Infamous

His 'n Hers Reunion

Glam Fest Opening

Midweek Update: Center on Halsted Announces Expansion of Programming for LGBT Seniors

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