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Windy City Times 2005-01-12

Theater: Spotlight

BRIEFLY

Theater: Spamalot

Alexandra Billings on ER Jan. 13

Theater: Quality Street

Theater: Post-9/11 Drama at Silk Road

Critics' Picks

Theater: Confessions Of A Mormon Boy

Theater: The Game of Love and Chance

Stage Door Jonny

Views: LETTERS

Martinac Views: Lesbian Notions-The Limited Lesbian

At a Glance: Stuart Keeshin

CFW Awards

Pop Making Sense

Sports Scores

The Art of Giving: Lavender Fund

Knight at the Movies

Hotel Rwanda

Sports

Mandela's son dies of AIDS

Capricorn Party Saturday

SF Mayor to Divorce

A Snapshot of Jerry Pritikin

Deep Inside Hollywood

Quotelines

WORLD ROUNDUP

Jewish Manual for Elder LGBT Care

GLMA Protests Medical School Ban

Orr Recognizes 1st Domestic Partners of '05

Library to Show Controversial AIDS Film

Parents Try to Remove Couple's Kids From Catholic School

Supreme Court Declines Adoption Case

HRC Search Set

Getting Away with R Family Vacations

Tsunami Relief Continues

IL Gay Bill Passes Jan. 11

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