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Windy City Times 2007-09-05

Sotomayor Honored at Closing Event

Lesbian on Ballot to Be Bishop

Church Rebukes Spahr

Iowa Sidebar: Lawyer 'Elated' with Ruling

'Flip' Hardly a 'Flop'

Local Events

LGBT Youth Forum Stirs Controversy


Blackwolves Split Cup Games

Letters to the Editor: Amendment 14, State Budget

Opinion: Lakeview


Stage Door Jonny

Theater: The Book of Liz

Critic's Picks


Theater: Beast Women

Theater: The Fool (Returns to His Chair)

BOOK REVIEW Cancer Guide Takes 'Integrative' Approach

A Truly Amazing Race

KNIGHT AT THE MOVIES The Bubble, 3:10 to Yuma

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

Venus Publisher to be at Anti-Gay Banquet

Man Accused of Assaulting Disabled Lesbian

Russian to Speak at Shepherd Rally

New Church at Center



Craig to Resign


Theater: Love is Dead: A NecRomantic Musical Comedy

Theater: Paradise Lost

Media Watch

Melissa Etheridge: Wide Awake

AFC to Host Town Hall Meeting

Pop Making Sense

Cheetah Gym Closes

Kathy Najimy Interview

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