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Windy City Times 2011-03-30

Sense & Sensibility


Celebrations: Groups honor state Rep. Harris

Pop Making Sense

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Losing playwright Lanford Wilson

A Gay in the Life: Non-profit ED Pat Ewert

Christina Kahrl weighs in on baseball season

'Tom Hanks Day' marked in Chicago

CMSA's Hall of Fame ceremony

DISH LIST Texas de Brazil

WWE figure apologizes for anti-gay slur

Needs of LGBT Haitians largely ignored in post-quake recovery

Feeling the warmth in Arizona

TELEVISION Fashion guru Joe Zee puts it 'All on the Line'

Billy Masters

Dixie's Tupperware Party



DOUBLE REVIEW The Warriors, MilkMilkLemonade

Loleatta Holloway dies

Chicago Latino Film Festival: Blattangelus

Knight at the Movies: Undertow; Strange Powers; Taylor tribute

TELEVISION PBS to air two new LGBT documentaries

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Charo's surreal life

Views: Forbidden sex and chicken sandwiches

Civil Rights Agenda asks sheriff to resign

2011 Election Run Off chart, follow the link

25TH WARD Daniel Solis

Bishop Spong to speak in Elmhurst April 6

Center, library host forum on women's healthcare

ELECTIONS '11: 25TH WARD Temoc Morfin

Oak Park trustee runs for office again

Openly gay man runs for board at Winthrop Harbor

Adam Lambert, Rosie O'Donnell and 'Sister Wives'

Views: It gets better later

Savage, Miller tell crowd 'It Gets Better'

Rick Garcia honored at Vida/SIDA event

46th Ward foes debate


White House pushes to end persecution of LGBTs worldwide

Arrest in Grant Park attack

National News

Proposition 8 stay remains

Maine South student, GSA make strides

Report: Catholics for same-sex marriage

Employment Non-Discrimination Act reintroduced in U.S. House

Screen legend Elizabeth Taylor, AIDS activist, dies

DADT discharges down in 2010

Proposal to amend IL constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman: dead

Geraldine Ferraro: 1935-2011

ACLU to schools: Stop unconstitutional web filtering of LGBT content

Green card applications for married gays on hold awaiting DOJ guidance

Rosie O'Donnell coming to Chicago

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