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Windy City Times 2010-11-24

Buzz: Red Stars soccer team seeks funding

Force holds banquet

Brian Weed: Tricoci CEO educates about new school

Gay in the Life Special: Long-time couple make home together

Room: A Novel

It Does Get Better:

2011 Ford Shelby GT500

Auto news, Audi A8, Men's Book launch

Chicago Force player: Soper woman

Sports news

She's our daughter, not a bargaining chip

BUZZ: Maison Rouge Gallery closing

Pajak creates 'Sounds of HIV'; Five Worth Finding

Bent Nights: Double Feature

AFC's sinfully sweet 'World' is coming

Uptown athlete dies of injuries from fall

Christina Aguilera: Can't hold her down


William Brown: Out actor/director goes 'Carol'-ing


Kiss Me, Kate and The Music Man


The Iliad

Theater Spotlight

People, 'Traces' and things

Alexis & Jennifer talk 'Whatever'


A look back: Mayor Harold Washington discusses gay rights

Charlotte Newfeld: Activist turns 80 —and stays engaged

Patty Duke brings sparkle

Fred Karger: Gay GOP candidate with presidential aspirations

Anti-homophobia, Youth, AIDS Day programs planned


Angelina Jolie, Portia DeGeneres and Wesley Snipes

Cher on Burlesque, film comeback, being a gay icon, son Chaz

Commission addresses hate crimes

Transgender advocates discuss violence in Chicago

'Fallen Stars,' vigil remember transgender victims

Goldenrod Records: Facing the music

Event photos: Feigenholtz honored

Jonathan Plummer finds niche as website host

Billy Masters

World News

Bishops elect new president; LGBTs, nuns respond

Employee suing Oak Park over anti-gay slurs

Madeleine Albright to speak at Chicago House luncheon

Mass. transgender group launches awareness campaign

Lambda Legal reports on HIV stigma, discrimination for World AIDS Day

Feds support LGBT suicide-prevention task force

Levin ready to strip DADT repeal from defense bill

Immigration reform: Scrambling for a chance

Gery Chico urges passage of civil-unions bill

Civil-unions vote approaches; groups seek volunteers

David Munar to head AIDS Foundation of Chicago

Report: Gays targeted more than any other minority

Trial shows that drug can prevent HIV


Howard Brown donors match $100K grant

Illinois civil-union bill vote expected

Gates: DADT study out Nov. 30


NOM, Catholic Church gear up to block civil unions

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