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Windy City Times 2007-01-17

Chicago Softball in Calif. Tourney

Grey Ailing

Kelly McGillis Football Classic

McGowan Recovering from Surgery

V-ball Vols Sought

Queer Utah Aquatic Club Weekend

CMSA Mixed Bowling Scores

Down and Bawdy: Gurlesque Burlesque

Windy City Media Group Profile: Peter Mavrik

The Team That Kicks Together Sticks Together

Entertainment Briefs

Dreamgirls Snag Golden Globes

HRC and Showtime Host L Word Premiere in New York City

Knight at the Movies: Venus

Pop Making Sense

Media Watch


'Joe Turner' at Goodman

Critics' Picks

Theater: Living the Dream

Bailiwick Fundraiser

Tennessee Williams World Premieres at Gorilla Tango

Theater: 21st Young Playwrights Festival

Theater: Doubt

Theater: Alice in Bed

Gay Split in Nigerian Family

Theater: The Story of The Panda Bears Told

Theater: Girlie Stuff—and More!

Local Events


Theater: Faith Healer

South Side Robbery: Hate Crime

Some Gay Democrats Concerned with Ford Appointment

Burr Elected to National Post

Smith, Elliott Among Chicagoans of the Year

Aging Conference to Deal with LGBT Issues

Author Vincent to Talk at WCF

Area Businesses Among Best for LGBTs

TPAN Drug Guide Out

AFC Releases Policy Priorities

Brothers Sue Cardinal George

More Troubles for Troutman

Evan Low: On a Political High

Deep Inside Hollywood


National Roundup

World Roundup

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