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Windy City Times 2009-09-23

Jason Rosenberg: Real (estate) love

THEATER REVIEW Cotton Patch Gospel


Views: Culture as activism

MUSIC Madonna greatest- hits CD out Sept. 29

Maryann's marathons

Red Stars to hold fall, winter clinics

Dykes Pedaling Bikes get-togethers

AIDS Walk/Run Oct. 3

Middle School LGBT Students Face Extreme Levels of Harassment

Oh, Susanna (The Bangles)

VEHICLE REVIEW 2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster

Vote for Internet Car and Truck of the Year

Fire & Ink III in Texas Oct. 8-11

FITNESS Staying motivated this fall

Getting it 'straight'

Reeling 2009 Nov. 5-15


THEATER REVIEW The Fantasticks

Theater: Boom

Zak leaves Bailiwick

Spotlight: The Marvelous Wonderettes

The Making of Hannah Free: Producer Tracy Baim

Couples connecting: Age differences

Media leaders unite to create Chicago LGBT calendar

CNOW, Women Who Dared event photos


President Clinton at Chicago House event

PASSAGES David C. Hall

Malawi official speaks out

Letters: Trans collection; letter from Kennedy

Knight at the Movies: Hannah Free; film note

Neil Patrick Harris hosts Emmys

Icons & Ingenues honors Stonewall anniversary

Chicago Foundation for Women luncheon photos

Perfect pitch: 'Hannah' composer Martie Marro

Sharon Zurek, 'Hannah Free' editor extraordinaire

Stage to film: Laurie Attea on set of Hannah Free


Future of sober living space in the balance

Billy Masters

Lily Tomlin: An icon talks

Pop Making Sense

Groundbreaking study on LGBT Parents Released by APA

On the set: 'Hannah' stars talk about the film

Peoria Pride draws 1,700

U.S. Senate candidate talks LGBT rights

HIV vaccine trial's promising results

Study looks into lesbian health

DOMA appeal: A learning curve

Hall of Fame to induct 13 people, 1 group

Chicago Rally for National Equality March

Think Tank on Transgender Student-Athletes Equal Opportunity to convene in Indianapolis

Gay Lutherans reflect on advances

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