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Windy City Times 2004-07-14

Theater: Critics' Picks

Theater: The Dastardly Ficus and Other Comedic Tales Of Woe And Misery

Theater: You Can't Take It With You

Theater: A Lesbian In The Pantry

Travelocity Gay & Lesbian Site

Theater: Spotlight

Travel: Madrid

Citywide Pride: Marco Ziegler

Sports: Olympic Goals

Sports: Chicagoans with the Baltimore Hippos

Sports: Scores

CGMC Marks 22 Years of Pride

Sports: Bowling Games benefit

Sports: Bearse Becomes Gay Games Ambassador

Sports: Sports Complex Kicks: Gay Soccer's World Cup Runneth Over

Knight at the Movies: Singin' In The Rain

Laura Innes: Warming Up to Weaver

Letter from PRIDEChicago organizers

Letter: From the Anarchist Network

Media Watch

Vox Hosts The Art of the Cocktail

Marshall Field's Flea Market

Views: Court can't protect lesbian mom from homophobia

Deep Inside Hollywood



World Roundup

Gov. Signs HIV Organ Donor Bill

Youth Get 'Centered'

McKeon Bill Saves Big Chicks Bar

State Contract Includes DP Benefits

'Halsted 3' Hearing

Out Loud Illinois and GLBT Voters Working to Defeat Bush

Bus Tour Set To Roll Through Illinois

Bush Speaks on Gay Marriage

Chicago FMA Protest

FMA Consideration Ends for Now

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