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Windy City Times 2012-02-29

Planning for disaster

CRU participates in rowing tournament

Figure skater Sasha Cohen on college, Olympics

Between the covers

SAVOR Jane's Restaurant

LGBT events part of AWP this year

March 1 reading with queer writers of color

Antique American glass sale March 10-11

Gay-owned tea company set to go national

Leather world: Documentary looks at IML

BPI Black Playwright's Festival March 19-24

'DreamGirls' LGBT night March 3

March 5 revue to feature Resnik, Butler

LETTER Heart to Hart

Santiago among CFW's 2012 Impact honorees

Gay Latino authors featured at March 2 event

WCT seeks nominations for 30 Under 30 honors

T in the Life: Rebecca Kling

Bob Green, ex of anti-gay crusader Anita Bryant, dies

Anti-domestic violence group's gala March 10

It Gets Better at Steppenwolf: Bill and Dan Savage, March 9

Dining Out for Life April 26

VIEWPOINTS Perhaps the most dangerous Black gay man

'Patty the Pin Lady' case continues

Harris cracks downon abusive payday loan companies

Gay GOP support still behind Romney

Quotelines

Ind. LGBTQ license plate may be yanked

Same-sex Marine photo goes viral

Lesbian judge won't wed straight couples

Cassidy hosting job-resource fair March 2

Truth Wins Out files suit against ex-gay group

Federal judge: DOMA is unconstitutional

Judy Shepard in Chicago for events March 8-10

Court Theatre presents Angels in America parts 1 and 2

Billy Masters

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION George Kotsiopoulos is always in 'Fashion'

Sense of Rumer: British singer on Adele, musicals

Knight at the Movies: Kink Crusaders DVD; film notes

CRITICS' PICKS

Fulton Street Sessions

A Catered Affair

Spotlight

Hit the Wall/Oohrah!

Gay in the Life: Tomas Soto

First trans pride event coming to Chicago

Alderman to introduce trans CPD ordinance

Young Black MSM wanted for study

Chely Wright group opens LGBT center in Kansas City

Harvard rally for Secret Court victims, outside Gaga, Oprah event

Panel held on LGBT veterans and military personnel

Out playwright Sarah Gubbins on her work, 'fml...'

Obama campaign announces co-chairs

Join the Impact tackles homophobia at Occupy protests

Queer Bronzeville: African American LGBTs on Chicago's South Side, 1900-1985

Here comes the Dawn: Woman makes franchise history

Guide to the gays

Public talks library issue

AIDS: Jose Love, youth activist tries to make a difference

AIDS: NEWS BRIEFS

AIDS: Dr. Carl Bell seeks revolution in prevention, treatment

AIDS: Dr. David Ostrow: Following trajectory of AIDS

AIDS: AIDS Foundation of Chicago, looking at 2012 and beyond

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