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Windy City Times 2007-03-28

Pop Making Sense

BOOK REVIEW Baby Love: Choosing Motherhood after a Lifetime of Ambivalence

Portland Resigns at PSU

Galena 12th Triathlon/Duathlon in May

Wrigley Race Soon

Mauresmo Sidelined

CMSA Mixed Bowling

2nd City BADminton Doubles

CMSA Hall of Fame on March 31

WCT Seeks 30 Under 30 Nominees for Awards

Princess Paris

A Talk with David Henry Hwang

True Colors: A Talk with Michelle Williams and Jeanette Bayardelle

Theater: Rabbit Hole

Theater: Flyin' West and Blues for an Alabama Sky

Media Watch

Beyond Borders: Midwest Hockey Battle Set

Snyder Becomes a Judge

Paula Abdul's Greatest Hits Out on May 8

Miss Foozie Turns 10

Chicago Fashion Week April 20-27

David Copperfield at Rosemont

Deep Inside Hollywood

Musto at Sidetrack, see Calendar

AFC Part of Healthcare Rally

WCMG Profile: Jonathan Abarbanel

Log Cabin Republicans Welcome Sammon


Book Review: Shakespeare's Sonnets

Book Review: The Legend of Steven Hanley

Boy Culture: X Marks the Spot

Laughing Out Loud on April 14

Joseph Gordon-Levitt: On a Role

Riverdance Back in Chicago

Knight at the Movies: Meet the Robinsons-The Lookout-The Page Turner-Freeheld

Black Ensemble Serving 'Stew'

Martha Graham Dance Company at MCA

HSDC to Host Gay Event

Theater: Equus

Theater: Grease

Theater: The Dressing Room and The $30,000 Bequest

Theater: My Favorite Year

Top 10 World Premieres

LGBTQ Spring Theater Choices

Old Roots, New Flowers: 2007's Spring Classics

Ten Must-See Musicals

Local Events

A Different Take: Irshad Manji

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

Day Views: Anna Nicole Bombs Iran

National Roundup

Rally Calls for End to Iraq War

Legal Council Honors Advocates

Wis. Pioneer Dies

Students Sue to Wear Anti-Gay T-Shirts

Amigas Latinas Starts Project

Police: No Link in Uptown Stabbing

Women & Children Co-Owner to be Honored

Grey Memorial on April 1

Chicago House Launches Initiative

Federal Hate Crimes Bill Introduced


World Roundup

Alvin Ailey Performing

Illinois One Step Closer to Civil Unions

Passages: Arlene Halko

Isle of Manji

The Color Purple

Symphonic Band Concert on March 31

Villa Park Murder Spotlights Same-Sex Domestic Violence

Kramer Slams Gay Leaders

Spring Theater Issue

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