Out and Proud in Chicago: An Overview of the City's Gay Community, the book is edited by Tracy Baim and features the contributions of more than 20 prominent historians and journalists. It is published by Surrey Books, an Agate imprint, and is hard cover, 224 pages, 4-color, with nearly 400 photos.
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Windy City Times 2005-10-05

Interior Motives: Clear the Doorway!

AIDS RALLY ON MAG MILE

Schwarzenegger Vetoes Same-Sex Marriage

Publicist Profiles: Behind the Scenes, Chicago Theater Publicists Set the Stage for the Shows You Want to See

Theater: Last of the Boys

Theater: Beyond Glory

Theater: Purlie

Taste: Flight Plan

They Got the Beat

Noa Tylo: Sexual Healing

Pop Making Sense: Women Jammers

STARRLIGHT: Gilbert Roland

Women's Sports Legend Dr. Donna Lopiano at Women in Philanthropy Luncheon

Scores

Tackling Stereotypes

Cabaret benefit for Gay Games Chicago

CNA Insurance Sponsors Gay Games

Frontrunners Water Station at Marathon

LCCP Brunch

Marathon Reaches Out

2005 Chicago Film Festival GLBT Movies

GL Film Fest

LETTERS Controversy II

Knight at the Movies

LOCAL EVENTS

Zipter Views: Comedy Is Relative—Reverent—Relevant?

FLASHBACK ... 1980s

ALA Focuses on Gay-Themed Books

Outsports on Legal Show

Outing Black Ministers

Etheridge Teams with Ford

Chenoweth Takes Heat

Media Watch

Meth TV Program Airs in Chicago

Quotelines

HBHC Doctor Named GLMA President

Filipino Leader to Headline Shepard Rally

Proctor Improving

Michael Cook Becomes New HBHC Director

HIV Bias Alleged at Lambs Farm

National Briefs

Having a 'Hart'

ROBERTS IN, NOMINEE IS BUSH'S LAWYER

Philadelphia Tourism Success

Chicago Gay History
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