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Windy City Times 2007-10-24

Violence Epidemic in Gay Couples

Hall of Fame 2007


City budget excludes new housing help

Dragon theme for Halloween parade

Local church opens arms

IN HONOR OF: Jon-Henri-Damski 10 years later

Letters: The Center

History: Speaking 'truth to power'

Halloween DVD Roundup


DANCE: Ashley Wheater Ushers In a New Era

Theater: The Dining Room

Theater: Emma




Stage Door Jonny's Halloween Treats

J.K. Rowling: Dumbledore Is Gay

Entertainment Briefs

SPORTS GLAAD Expands Its Presence in Sports

A Writer's Journey to Florence

Shar DeVon: There He Is... U.S. Mr. Gay?

Stage Door Jonny's Halloween Treats

The Obama Gospel Controversy

Sync and Swim

Sister Spit Returns To Chicago

Pop Making Sense

HISTORY MONTH: Speaking 'truth to power'

Illinois Gender Advocates Statement Oct. 19

Sankofa Way Partners with Kenyan Ministry

Spokesperson Promotes Controversial Treatment

Media Watch

Theater: A Steady Rain

Theater: Word of God (abridged), Completely Hollywood (abridged)

Theater: Aristocrats

Deep Inside Hollywood

Trans-Rights Activists Picket Pelosi Appearance

Bringing Violence Out Into the Open

Study: Latino HIV Silence a Grave Concern

Center Hosts Town Hall Meeting

Local Events

Political Parties

Gay-Only ENDA Passes Committee

Chicago Gay History
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