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Windy City Times 2012-02-28

The Book of Mormon Chicago tix on sale soon

Oral history reveals news on 1950's civil rights history

Refinancing and low mortgage rates

Logo announces NewNowNext Awards

The Show Biz Kids: 20 Years of Trailer Park Cabaret!

MTV and Dan Savage start Savage U April 3

Bullied student wants Bully film rating changed from 'R'

Out exec director aims to help Southwest Side youths

Emanuel chairs Cappleman event

Massachusetts: Bouncing around the Bay State

For the Love of Chocolate

Goodman Theatre sets 2012-13 season

Harvard rally for amends in 1920 anti-gay secret court

Common, Desiree Rogers at AT&T series

Gay hairstylist takes stand; lesbians charged with hate crime

Stevenson's gay-straight alliance holds dance

HRC gives employers resource for transgender workers

James Duke Mason: Belinda Carlisle's son is actor, gay activist

Oscars at the Siskel

CONCERT REVIEW The Blind Boys of Alabama

Justin Timberlake, Beyonce and Archie's gay character

London's male-rape campaign; British serial killer of gays dies

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