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Windy City Times 2011-12-28

Glenn Wharton on Hawai'i's 'Painted King'

Soul rules the night at 'Divas'

Brad Goreski on his 'World' view

Echoing at 'Occupy:' The women behind Social Security

Gay in the Life: Real estate agent Todd Davidson

'Gilligan's' Dawn Wells on her Chicago show

Three easy ways to do good this holiday season

Sugar & Spice: Ripasso

Mom: A Tribute to Mothers of LGBTs Windy City Times soliciting people for new photo book

Photographer seeks LGBT subjects

Celebrations: Garcia/Larson, Aguilar/Lynch

An eventful year in local LGBT sports

Sports briefs

Thinking of Bankruptcy? Making a fresh start

Stage favorites for '11

The best of LGBT theater 2011

La Cage aux Folles

Spotlight: The Addams Family

Curtain times: Highlights of 2011


Knight at the Movies: The Iron Lady;...Dragon Tattoo; film note

VIEWS A message to Rick Perry about holiday spirit

LETTER: Cardinal sin

KNIGHT AT THE MOVIES: The 10 best LGBT movies of 2011

Pop Making Sense: Looking back

Chicago residents join SAGE board

NeNe Leakes, George Michael and 'Work It'

Murder case with gay victim ends in mistrial; Detroit dental-care facility under fire

The movies of 2011 seen through 3-DLGBT glasses

Center displays works of HIV-positive artist

Mackenzie Phillips and Peter Walsh get rid of the 'Clutter'

Ellen and Target team up, questions linger about the company

Chicago groups among Astraea grantees

Midway priest accused of abuse

Windy City Queer

Billy Masters

Gay Republican presidential candidate returns to Chicago

Patrick Dati: Gacy survivor shares his story

Lambda Legal mourns passing of John Lawrence, from Lawrence v. Texas sodomy case

Local news in 2011

World news in 2011

National news in 2011

A riveting year for political campaigns

Local and national groups sound off on Cardinal George

Cardinal George compares Pride Parade to Klan gathering

Springfield votes against benefits for civil union couples

After Catholic Church pressure, Pride Parade start time reverts to noon

VIEWPOINT Cardinal George and the KKK: Religious extremists live in Midwest, not just Middle East

AIDS: TPAN's Positively Aware educates about HIV and AIDS

AIDS: Roger Beyers, HIV survivor and volunteer shares his story

AIDS: The Global Fund approaches 10 years of lifesaving efforts

AIDS: AIDS at 30: Owning your life

AIDS: FDA is asked to approve PrEP AIDS regimen

AIDS United joins coalition to establish July 2012 as National HIV Awareness Month

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