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Windy City Times 2001-10-10

The Bombs Bursting in air: Skepticism Needed Now More than Ever

CAPITOL POLITICS IN POST-ATTACK U.S.

OLD WRITER, NEW LESBIAN: CIN SALACH

Diva Takes the Stage

FWA: FLYING WHILE ARAB

Far Right Apoplectic Over Gays

1 in 3 Gay Americans Has Experienced Personal Violence Based on Sexual Orientation

YOUTH PROTEST HUTT FIRING FROM HORIZONS

Lesbian Cancer Project Coming Out Against Cancer

Movie maven

MULHOLLAND DRIVE: Sapphic Strangeness

OUT LOUD PART 2 Dudes' debuts & deuces

OUT LOUD PART 2 Dudes' debuts & deuces

Music and Theater

National News

Opponent of 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' at Lambda

Opposing the War Why We Oppose This War

SHEPARD MARCH TURNS TO ANTI-WAR PROTEST

The Grapevine

Right Wing: Gays don't Deserve survivor benefits

Street Walkin' With Sukie

THE VISIT Written by: Terrence McNally (book), John Kander (music), Fred Ebb (lyrics)

Dogs Barking Playwright: Richard Zadjlic

Pygmalion Playwright: George Bernard Shaw

A LIE OF THE MIND Playwright: Sam Shepard

Chicago Black Lesbians and Gays hosts Unity conf. Sat.,Oct. 13

chicago whispers Talking to Wally about gay life in 1970s, '80s

What A Difference A Gay Makes

World News

Chicago Gay History
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