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Windy City Times 2008-09-17

COUPLES CONNECTING: An online column for and about LGBT couples

HIV numbers bring calls for more funds

Gay high school meeting Thursday

Profile: Vickie Sides. Lesbian fights for racial justice

AIDS group being reviewed

KEEN ON THE TRAIL Gay news from the presidential campaign trail ...


HRC gives high marks to local companies


BOOKS Susan Hahn takes 'Note'

Record number of people for AIDS Run & Walk

Hall of Fame auction Sept. 23

Hearty Boys reopens

Center to hold silent auction

BOOKS Scott Pomfret's true 'Confession'

Media Watch

2008 Fall Dance Preview

THEATER REVIEW: Dr. Egg and the Man with No Ear

Fabrice Calmels: The Joffrey's French connection

GUEST VIEWPOINT Love, family, friendship and the voting booth

LETTERS: Radio Hall of Shame; Rosemary Mulligan

Center receives green certification

Shepard march Sept. 27

MOMBIAN: Philanthropy and family a 'Sweet' combination

Howard Brown offers parenting workshop

Lily Tomlin: An icon talks

THEATER Bonnie Metzgar: The new face at About Face


Theater company tackles Jim Jones, People's Temple

THEATER Pretty poison: Lifeline's Picture of Dorian Gray

Queer theater for the fall

THEATER Top Chicago premieres for the fall

THEATER World premieres in Chicago

THEATER Top revivals and classics

No charges following Foley investigation

George Michael arrested for drug possession—again

EXCLUSIVE: Obama talks, McCain balks

Biden to speak at nat'l HRC dinner

Lambda Legal Belles on a boat photos

Test Positive Aware Network, Aware Affair: Superheroes photos

THEATER REVIEW The People's Temple

THEATER REVIEW The Glass Menagerie

THEATER REVIEW Anna Livia, Lucky in her Bridges

THEATER REVIEW Dancing at the Revolution

THEATER REVIEW My Name is Rachel Corrie

THEATER Spotlight

Proud to Run raises $20K

Senior citizen swings away at World Series

Rollers to take on country's #1 team

Lesbian San Diego city councilwoman weds

Oostenbrug receives grant credential

George Takei weds longtime love

Pop Making Sense


'Dancing with ALMA' Oct. 10

Measure for Measure

Hall of Fame to induct 14 people, 1 organization

DVD REVIEW I Dreamt under the Water

Knight at the Movies: Trouble the Water; film notes

About Face to stage benefit reading of 'Laramie Project'

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