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Windy City Times 2010-07-07

Five Worth Finding

TRAVEL Shreveport, La.: More than mudbugs

TV Gay Illinoisan competing on Bravo's 'Art' show

Rider's journey: A personal quest

SOFTBALL Chicago teams impressive in tourneys

Red Stars' LGBT night July 10

White House to unveil national HIV/AIDS strategy

Sordid Truths

The Sins of Sor Juana

Fucking Men

Nothing But the Blues

Shakespeare's R & J


Spotlight: Ryan O'Connor Eats his Feelings

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Love vs. violence

GLAAD about Shepherd, Daniels, Hanson

Julianne Moore does it for the 'Kids'

Melissa Etheridge, George Michael and … Batwoman?

In My Father's House

AMUSE BOUCHE Rocio's stuffed mushrooms

VIEWS Are we not patriots, too?

I2I events July 13, Aug. 28

Cook County state's attorney Pride Awards

SAGE BBQ, nightclub events

Disability Pride Parade July 24

Study at UIC calls for older men


Letters: Gay pride?

Bratt pack: La Mission stars talk

TELEVISION The Fabulous Beekman Boys: Down on the farm

MUSIC Tegan & Sara in town Aug. 18

Vanessa Carlton comes out as bi

MOVIES Lisa Cholodenko and her 'Kids'

PASSAGES Stamatios Miras

HIV+ Black MSM needed for research

AFC launches Project IN-CARE

VIEWS Pioneers reclaim Pride

Performers show 'Art & Soul'

WCBP's poetry slam

Billy Masters

Knight at the Movies: The Kids Are All Right; La Mission; film notes

'San Francisco' exhibit at Gage

National Roundup

ADAP in state budget announcement

Chicago's Artemis hosts festival

Battery, fraud and more: Allegations fly in contentious CJR case

Report looks at tobacco use among LGBTs

Tinley Park student among Point scholars

Harris receives state bar award

Wis. court upholds gay-marriage ban

Byrd appointee bodes well for DADT repeal

Black and Proud with Windy City Black Pride and Chicago Windy City Black Pride-SGL

Bullied Ariz. teen takes action

Barnes: 'We've carried the ball a long, long way down the field'

Office of LGBT Health closing?

Federal Court Declares Part of DOMA Unconstitutional

World News July 5, 2010

Lambda Legal and ACLU Ready Lawsuit Following Veto of HB 444

Black prides hold historic HIV forum

TPAN CEO steps down

Glee, Modern Family get Emmy nods

SLDN responds to DADT troop survey

Judge: Part of DOMA is unconstitutional

Antibodies discovered that block HIV strains, could lead to vaccine

Presbyterian leaders split on gay issues

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