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Windy City Times 2011-07-06

Things get 'White Haute'

GLO TV launches

Education caucus holds mixer at Sidetrack

Looking at Youth Pride Services

A Gay in the Life: Student placement specialist Luticia Coleman

Gay World Series brings concerns, economic boon

Gay Softball World Series Profile: Brian Kettner

Goo Goo Dolls bassist on longevity and new music

Glen Hansard; Loretta Lynn

Don't Ask, Don't Tell dies again, 9th Circuit lifts stay

Hidden

Force playoff game July 9 vs. Boston

Gary Cooper, Hollywood men of the 20th century

Chinglish and Stick Fly are Broadway-bound

Middletown

Chinglish

SPOTLIGHT

The Women, Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche

Shout!

CRITICS' PICKS

Chicagoan reflects on Obama's LGBT reception

PASSAGES Michael 'Mangina' Gabaldon

The (Gay) Gaga interview

Man guilty of attacking Seattle lesbian couple

Hall of Fame event turns 20

NEA GLBT caucus hosts Chicago gala

VIEWS Stonewall, New York and marriage equality

VIEWS: What next for the Pride Parade?

VIEWS Boystown Is Burning: Prejudice takes root in the community

Fran Drescher on her new show, gay rights and 'The Nanny'

LETTER Parade rebuttal

LZ Granderson: Playing (and writing) his way through the sports world

CELEBRATIONS Esteem Awards turns five

Entertainment news: Kate Moss, Hugh Jackman and 'Glee'

Jailed gay-basher paroled; AMA backs marriage equality

R.I. civil-union law pleases no one

Several same-sex divorces among first in Illinois

Lesbian Wis. pastor talks about trial, suspension

Billy Masters

World News

Lakeview 'loitering' event turns into dramatic showdown with queer youth organizers

Another man stabbed in Lakeview over holiday weekend

Kevin Jennings, Education Office seat, both gone

Ald. Tunney issues statement on 44th Ward crime

Pride Parade aftermath raises questions, concerns

9th Circuit tells military to stop enforcing DADT

Joey Kafka, Lakeview wine-shop owner, dies

Obama not making 'news on marriage equality' any time soon

Rhode Island civil-unions bill pleases no one

DoJ comes out swinging against DOMA

Chicago's Black Pride: Pride in the park

AIDS: Making a 'Poz' connection: Sean Strub

AIDS: Positively Aware explores inflammation, PrEP, and politics

AIDS: Next week: mother of Ryan White speaks out

AIDS: Bob Strada reflects on impact of AIDS on sports

AIDS: Woman challenges stereotypes about HIV and AIDS

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