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Windy City Times 2008-10-01

Shepard march marks 10 years

Media Watch

Blisster act

Another hearing on proposed school Oct. 8

The veep debate: Did they agree on marriage?

It's STILL Elementary premieres

Sheil Park donation

Equality Illinois' women's gala Oct. 4

Local churches to celebrate 40 years of advocacy

CAN-TV to show 'Kevin's Room'

THEATER Mr. Galati: Perfectly Frank

THEATER The Picture of Dorian Gray

About Face to stage benefit reading of 'Laramie Project'



THEATER Chiaroscuro (A Study in Shadow)

THEATER The Voysey Inheritance

Chicago House goes (emerald) green

THEATER Odin's Horse

McCain interviews with D.C. gay paper


Pop Making Sense


What to expect...

Michelle Williams does the 'Unexpected'

Upcoming concerts

VIEWS Is Palin the GOP drag queen?

VIEWS May-December couples


Cary Weldy: Inspired man inspires others


Colton Ford: 'Lair' apparent

Greg Kinnear: Slinging 'Flash'


PASSAGES: Ziebarth, Jones, Jacobsen

Diverse books part of read-out

Out and Proud officially launches

Hall of Fame auction runs hot and Chili

Catie Curtis: Enjoying the 'Sweet Life'

Georgina Beyer: From prostitution to Parliament

GLF: The radical beginnings of the 'gay' movement

Underwear under there at Hydrate

Task force strategizes about funding cuts

Keen on the Trail: Gay news from the presidential campaign trail

Knight at the Movies: Flash of Genius; Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist

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