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Windy City Times 2008-10-08

Media Watch

BOOK REVIEW The Black Tower

Judy Shepard marks the 10th year since son's death

Obama comments on decade since Shepard's murder

Conn. court: Gay couples can marry

SIRIUS Commemorates 10 Yr. Anniv. Matthew Shepard's Death

LGBTA high school recommended

Dancin' Feats

THEATER REVIEW R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots)

THEATER Kafka on the Shore

Spotlight: No, No, Nanette

CRITICS' PICS: Chiaroscuro (A Study In Shadow)

Saluting LBT women

THEATER REVIEW Turn of the Century

WORLD ROUNDUP

THEATER Yohen

Wicked: The tour, the witch and the wardrobe

THEATER Drip

THEATER REVIEW: Frankenstein in Love

Bent Nights: Lindsey Buckingham

Pets

SPORTS BRIEFS

Rhythm nation

CONCERT REVIEW Bent Nights: Tina Turner at the United Center

Levi Kreis steps back in time

VIEWS Sappho wore a 'right on' hat

Quotelines

WORLD ROUNDUP

Center's auction goes to the dogs

Johnson's 'Sweet' message about southern Black gays

Event marks five years of DP registry

YPC to host 'Our View' in Lakeview

'Coming Out Ball' Oct. 10 at IIT

Jane Lynch gets back to her roots

Latino/a LGBT conference stresses history

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

NY confab to confront gay elder issues

McCain talks with DC gay paper

Sidebar: Elton John AIDS Foundation's million-dollar funding

VIEWPOINT Hope

Elton John: He's still standing

Nate Berkus talks life and love

The veep debate: Did they agree on marriage?

Knight at the Movies: Rachel Getting Married, Save Me, film notes

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