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Windy City Times 2007-10-17

History: Moving On

Local Events

Hall of Fame Ceremony Oct. 18


In the Spotlight: Joel Hall

Stage Door Jonny

Critic's Picks

Theater: Passion

Sedaris Oct. 19


Theater: MiLK

Jeff Awards Honors Jackie Taylor

Annie Lennox:Creation in 'Destruction'

Chicago Teams Struggle in Major Tourneys

Blackwolves Party

Ski Club Meeting

HISTORY MONTH: Stonewall wasn't the first LGBT riot

Trans-Less ENDA Passes House Committee

Hunters to Mark 25 Years

Monroe Views: McCain promotes his 'Christian nation'

ALMA Event a 'Runway' Success

Tomlin Talks at Museum

King Gives 'Life' Lessons

PASSAGES: Sara Thompson

A Pre-Event Talk with J.P. Calderon

Luna Negra: Passion is the Fashion

Theater: Songs for a New World

Theater: Berlin To Broadway With Kurt Weill: A Musical Journey

Media Watch

LBTQQ Latina Data Unveiled

Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema 2007

Deep Inside Hollywood

Arnold Delivers Mixed Bag

Craig Appeals Guilty Plea

Tunney Ticket Investigation

HIV Conference Offers Statistics and Solutions

ENDA: Gloves Come Off

Local Gender Group Responds

PASSAGES: Tracey L. Hall



David Getsy: In Theory...

KNIGHT AT THE MOVIES Things We Lost in the Fire, Sleuth, Rendition

LETTERS: Homosexuals executed in Iran


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