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Windy City Times 2006-12-20

Lambda Files Complaint for Firing of Gay Super

World of Chocolate Raises More Than $150K

Halko Hospitalized

DeChant Case Continued to Feb.

Brown Elected Head of CAEAR

BEHIV Receives IDPH Grant

Lakeview Clergy Donates to Merlo Library

Local Events

Masculinity and the War on America's Youth

Washington Transition Turmoil

National Roundup

Haggard's Escort Signs Book Deal

Deep Inside Hollywood


Letters to the Editor

The Last Days of George W. Bush: A Tale of Family Values

Knight at the Movies: The Good Shepherd and The Good German

Mary Jacobsen: 'Sisters' Act

Leave 'Em Wanting Mo': An Interview with Mo Gaffney

Mock to Hold Book Discussions

Pop Making Sense

Strayhorn to be in Stores, on PBS

Bad Dates

The Snow Queen

Critics' Picks

Stage Door Jonny

Congo Square Dedicates Black Nativity to Company Ally

Hubbard Street 2 Directors Leaving

The Christmas Schooner

The All Night Strut

Don't Shed a Tear

Sonia Flew



Interior Designers on Reality Show

Executive Sweet Celebrates 25 Years

Media Watch

Entertainment Briefs

Camille Wojtasiak: Dancing Queen

Getting To Know … John Hudson

Top of the Heap: Local Companies are 'Perfect' for GLBTs

Jennifer Hudson Has a 'Dream' Role


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