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Windy City Times 2011-03-09

Center screens film on life of Black gay civil-rights activist

Gold Coast B&B: A nugget in the heart of the city

Cassandra Corum delivers fitness tips

Dan Geraci talks high-intensity training

SUGAR & SPICE DiSotto Enoteca

Idina in Indy

Ellen DeGeneres invited to join Ride for AIDS

Pet for adoption

A Gay in the Life: Entertainer Honey West

VIEWS Rev. Peter Gomes: Accidental gay advocate

VIEWS We are greater than AIDS

Scottish Play Scott

Precious Little




2011 Garage Rep

MUSIC Boy George: No 'Ordinary' man

News in Theater


The Beekman Boys are back in town

Pop Making Sense

AFC, ALMA, new appointments

National-Louis forum looks at Legacy Project, bullying

Advocates turn out for 'Lobby Days'

Women talk about sex

Groups discuss impact of war, marriage and policing on LGBTs

The Crib: Providing refuge for young adults

Knight at the Movies: For Billy: The Movie; film notes

Billy Masters

Lady Gaga, Matthew Morrison and Russell Simmons

Clarence Darrow event focuses on Death penalty, Queer (In)Justice

Bailey apologizes for sex-toy demo

Gay-rights activist dies at 32

Congregation Or Chadash marks 35 years with gala

Chicago Takes Off: Lido des Boyz

'When Romeo Was a Woman'at museum March 10

Foster-care agencies that deny gay parents under review

Law school hosts LGBT-rights conference

PASSAGES Ronald Schwed

World News

National News

Ron Helizon, 'The Polish Princess,' dies, visitation March 15, memorial March 16

Boehner calls for House group to defend DOMA

Gay federal appeals nominee stalled

BEHIV files for bankruptcy, clears air

Chicagoan Elaine Stocker dies

White House calls for coordinated anti-bullying efforts

Getting to ENDA: Is it lost, or obsolete?

Supreme Court: Phelps protests are protected

Gov. Quinn bans the death penalty

House Republican leaders vote to authorize DOMA defense

Bill introduced in House, Senate to protect LGBT atudents

The Obamas' remarks at the White House bullying conference

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