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Windy City Times 2004-04-07

Sports: Good Gals Wear Black: Force Football Begins

Sports Scores

Stars Turn Out for Los Angeles HRC Gala

Theater: The Exploded View

Theater: A Kurt Weill Revue: Songs

Theater: Inside My Mouth

Critics Picks

Taste

Queer Eye Ted Allen at Food Event

Palate

MUSIC: Even More Stage and Screen

Estrojamming

Theater: Balls

Home & Design: Bungalow Expo

Theater: The Sum of Us

Theater: The Man Who Had All The Luck

Theater: Cotton Patch Gospel

Home & Design: Interior Motives

Home & Design: STARR LIGHT

Sports: Hoops Classic

Sports: AIDS Hope Ride

Movie Maven

Views: Letters

Tidbits

Views: Bush Says Gays Hold Weddings of Mass Destruction

Views: I Do—Not

Views: Chasing Out the Fundies

Pulitzer for Doug Wright

Clarke 'Attacked' as Gay

Media Watch

Deep Inside Hollywood

Quotelines

WORLD ROUNDUP

QAF's Hal Sparks in Town

NewsWrap

AIDS Lobby Day in Springfield

Local Roundup

Future of Feminism Panel Hosted by Public Square

UIC Pride Fest

Marching for Women's Lives in D.C.

Buddies' Bar Closes

House Debates Amendment

Police seek info on Lakeview murder

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