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Windy City Times 2007-02-28

A Little Ditty: Amanda Barrett

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LGBTA Synagogue Releases CD

Media Watch

Congregation Or Chadash Honors Supporters

Deep Inside Hollywood

Amaechi Talks

Shamrock Shuffle on March 25

CMSA Mixed Bowling

Queer film festival


Mad About Madsen

Critics' Picks


Theater: Jane: Abortion and the Underground

Theater: Landscape Of The Body


Theater: The Drunkard

Theater: I Am Hamlet

Theater: The Other Side of the 'River'

Suze Orman Comes Out

Measure for Measure

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

MONROE VIEWS Amaechi vs. Hardaway: The Battle of Homophobia in Sports

Harris Introduces Same-Sex Marriage Bill

PASSAGES: Henry (Hank) A. Goldstein

Youth Center Responds to Crime Complaints

Supreme Court Turns Away Ill. Anti-Gay Group

Gay Latino/a Group Unveils 2007 Events

Shades of Grey: Speaking Out About Peg Grey

LCCP Gala Brings Out Flappers and Fedoras



Sports Pioneer Peg Grey Dies

Singers Etheridge, Hudson Win Oscars

Sandra Bernhard: No Holds Barred

Knight at the Movies: Alexander Revisited and A Comedy of Power


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