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Windy City Times 2013-03-06

VIEWPOINTS Reviewing in the dark

Sports shorts

Softball Hall of Fame welcomes Betty Kollar

Chicago Takes Off gets dark and steamy with 'Neo Noir'

Sugar & Spice: Brunch at Crosby's Kitchen

From Doo Wop to Hip Hop

LETTER Down on the lift

Considering bankruptcy; a fresh start

Groups demand response to Nigerian ban on lesbians in football

Chicago Zine Fest taking place March 8-9

March 8 AFC benefit with 'Queen of Indie Soul'

Gay country singer drops CD March 12

Spotlight: 8

DOUBLE REVIEW Everything Is Illuminated, Improbable Frequency

Camping it up

Lambda Literary Award finalists include Chicagoans

Gay author featured at UChicago alumni event

Billy Masters

Talking with 'Wonder'-ful duo Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato

Aqua Girl offers parties, supports future LBT leaders

Reddy or not: 'I Am Woman' singer on tours, 'Family Guy'

Legendary lesbian singer Janis Ian on coming out, new book

Director Eytan Fox on his sequel to an LGBT classic

Knight at the Movies: Yossi; Oscar epilogue; film notes

The Fall of Heaven

Never the Bridesmaid


D'Emilio receives Publishing Triangle Award

Suburban high school embarks on anti-bullying program

Air Hostess Pam Ann in Chicago with new one-woman show

Gay Evanston pol eyes re-election

Mobilization Against Deportations in Chicago March 10

Friends, family of gender-variant youth want crime investigation

Illinois: Same-sex marriage could add $103 Mil to economy

Hundreds protest Cappleman over Salvation Army fallout

Marge Paul earns four more years in Berwyn

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