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Windy City Times 2008-10-22

2008 Windy City Times Election Guides

DVD REVIEWS Knight at Home at the Movies, Halloween, Part I

LAGBAC releases judicial evaluations

BOOK REVIEW So Many Ways to Sleep Badly

VW Rabbit again leads most-researched list



Theater: Eurydice


THEATER REVIEW Bernando Alba—a musical

Scottish Play Scott

Critics' Pics

THEATER REVIEW: Continental Divide

Sandra Bernhard: Nothing' doing

Letters: A beef with McDonald's; Latinos and AIDS; Community and Alcohol

Views: Obama wins—then what?

CNOW gala: Time for 'Change'


YPC to mark five years Oct. 22

PETA wants gay-friendly school to be veggie

New AIDS Web site launched

Halloween parade to be a rat race

Saugatuck B&B one of world's best

Nikki Giovanni raps about rap

QYC is now Youth Outlook

Murdered man found in Lakeview eatery

Chicagoan among those killed in helicopter crash


'Evening' stars at Howard Brown gala

A closer look at the final debate

Gene Copello dies, led The AIDS Institute

Fear Haunted House: Scare package

COUPLES CONNECTING Can gay men be monogamous?

Lady Gaga in Chicagoland

Jada Pinkett Smith to be at festival

Views: GLAAD + Log Cabin Republicans=major hypocrisy

PROFILE Philip Ruth: Journalist

Jack Wrangler: Gay's 'Anatomy'

Lily Tomlin at Rosemont Theatre Nov. 1

Suburban bus driver fired for anti-gay taunting, attack

Screening for film about radical queer youth

Writing for Freedom

MOVIE SPECIAL Out screenwriter brings Milk biopic to the big screen

Knight at the Movies: 2008 CIFF, Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom, film notes

About Face stages 'Laramie Project' reading


Coalition slams Hall of Fame pick

Pride School vote delayed to Nov. 19

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