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Windy City Times 2011-10-26

Cassidy business-loan event Oct. 28

Hate-crimes panel at Dunbar Oct. 26

TRAVEL: The warmth of Key West

Sports briefs

Robbie Williams, Ellen DeGeneres and Perez Hilton

Thousands attend fitness convention

DePaul has its 1st gay student-body president

SAVOR: The Scout; Fleming's; Oyster Festival

The best cars for coming out

Catie Curtis has new CD, tour

Fashion Incubator accepting applications

Gaga's 'The Monster Ball' DVD out Nov. 21

'Beyond Brokeback' Nov. 13 at Roosevelt

Antigone Rising show for Santiago Nov. 9

Local singer releases benefit single

A Dangerous Woman

'Bad Sex' on Logo Nov. 4

Tegan and Sara's CD/DVD set out Nov. 15

Coyote Grace's LGBT benefit at Urbana Nov. 17

Shelby Lynne in Chicago Oct. 28

TCRA event Oct. 28

Augie & C.K.'s founders' reunion May '12

Whoopi Goldberg at Chicago House event Nov. 4

ALMA fundraiser Nov. 4 at The Call

Equality Illinois' fall women's social Nov. 5

CNBC supports Spirit Day

Dining news

Back to school

AIDS Project Los Angeles raises $3M

Gay in the Life: Owner, Urban Pooch, Dan Gaughan

Civil unions: Know your property rights

Civil unions, know your property rights

Civil unions, divorce - property rights to know

THEATER Cloud 9, Noel Coward in Two Keys

Beauty of the Father

Ten Minutes from Home

Awards mix-up with gay-themed book

The Doyle and Debbie Show

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

SPOTLIGHT The Big GayCo Halloween Show

'Rocky Horror' at Underscore


A queer Halloween at the Movies—classic style

Back to Bernstein

NU benefits for same-sex couples only

ICAH promotes adolescent sexual health, parenting

VIEWPOINT We lost an American hero in Dr. Frank Kameny

VIEWPOINTS Becoming a different kind of hero

Rachel Wallace talks about being 'Mary Poppins'

30th Reeling LGBT film fest running Nov. 3-12

Billy Masters

Cyndi Lauper in Aurora Oct. 28

Study looks at sexual activities of gay, bisexual men

Lynda Carter talks about her favorite 'Things'

Knight at the Movies: Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together; Martha Marcy May Marlene

Melissa Manchester on Bette Midler and her own motivation

Burr, Morse part of Lambda Legal board

Transgender advocates talk parenting, race

LGBTQ Host Home benefit Nov. 3

Ugandan pro-LGBT activist speaks at church

LGBT law mentors, mentees network

Gay teacher makes big impression in comic-book world

Talking with the stars of 'Jamie and Jessie'

London's oldest gay cafe closing; Alekseyev leaves Moscow Pride

Horatio Alger Jr.: From scandal to boys' storyteller

Abraham Lincoln: A life in the closet?

Foster the People; Thomas Dolby

Langbehn receives presidential medal

Center plans to expand family programs

EQIL PAC endorsement stirs controversy in Cassidy-Basta race

Transgender ruling ends genital-surgery requirement

Woman alleges police beating, anti-gay slurs

Dan Savage's words for Herman Cain; Kameny to lie in state Nov. 3

Columbia Law School Sexuality, Gender Law Clinic gets asylum for gay Mauritanian refugee

LGBTs vocal part of Occupy Chicago

Report: Civil-rights education lacking in U.S. schools

LGBT advisory council, others will demand to stay

Chicago veteran of Don't Ask, Don't Tell reenters military in wake of repeal

Lawsuit filed for married G/L military members challenges DOMA

Valencia killer sentenced to 90 years

Howard Brown loses key trans youth grant

AIDS at the movies: The epidemic will be televised

AIDS: Spreading the truth, HIV-themed films that broke new ground

AIDS: David Weissman Proves 'We Were Here'

AIDS: 'We Were Here' director in Chicago for Ideas Week

Documenting AIDS

AIDS: The Legacy Project remembers Marlon Riggs (1957-1994)

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