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Windy City Times 2005-04-20

Gender Bending at Columbia College Chicago

Theater: Romeo And Juliet

Theater: Spotlight

Alix Olson Returns

Multifaceted David Cale Sets Stage at Goodman

Theater: After Magritte & The Real Inspector Hound

Theater: Critics' Picks

Theater: Lost Land

Theater: Patriots

Sports Scores

Theater: Bold Girls

Sport Illustrated Looks at Gays and Sports

Badminton Playoffs

Gay Hockey Team Wins at Allstate

Down 'N Dirty Rugby Gay Team

The Daisy Chain of HIV Infections

Studs Terkel Awards

Michael Applebaum: In Fitness and in Health

RICHARD WEBSTER Q&A:

Knight at HOME at the Movies

Knight at the Movies: Eating Out and The Game of Their Lives

Quotelines

Khoury Views: For Andrea, With Love

Local Events

Men jailed in Fiji released on bail

Lutherans Contemplate New Policy for Gay Clergy

National Roundup

Clinton Bashes Gay Political Consultant

Crossroads Hands Out Ron Sable Awards

Lobby Days Successful

Sex Education Forum at Univ. of Chicago

PFLAG To Honor Gay-Rights Bill Advocates

PASSAGES: Feminist Dworkin

PASSAGES: John Edwin Weekly

Meth Arrests at Gay Bar

Stonewall Dems

Author Jeanette Winterson in Chicago

Jackson Back in Trouble

Legal Advances in Conn., Md., Loss in Oregon

Noisemakers: LGBTQ Youth

Ratzinger Becomes Pope

Pope Choice Seen as Anti-Gay

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