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Windy City Times 2008-10-15

Media Watch

Dance the night away

Keeping an 'Eye' on things

Clare-ifying the situation

Pop Making Sense

SPORTS Running for Amsterdam

Madonna divorce confirmed

Former 'Queer As Folk' star injured

A closer look at the final presidential debate

BOOKS Justin Monroe's journey to wonderland

THEATER REVIEW Million Dollar Quartet

Scottish Play Scott

Spotlight: This Country is F$cked!

THEATER REVIEW: The Troublesome Reign and Lamentable Death of Edward II...

THEATER REVIEWS: Streamers; On the Shore of the Wide World

DVD REVIEWS Knight at Home at the Movies

Theater News and Reviews

2008 Chicago International Film Festival preview; Tru Loved


National News

On the C(hicago) list: Kathy Griffin


Views: Speaking out about the bailout


TPAN head steps down

Howard Brown receives MAC grant

Bailiwick prop sale Oct. 18

Fairygodmother Foundation closing Oct. 31

Views: Why I didn't come out on National Coming Out Day

Black gay youths share their views

Mulligan subject of controversial Democratic ad

Pride school recommended

3rd state backs gays: Marriage in Conn.


It's a holiday!: The origins of Black gay history

Interior Motives: Shades, PVC and otherwise

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