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Windy City Times 2005-12-14

Theater: Mabou Mines Dollhouse

Spotlight: GayCo

Theater: Salt In The Wound

Theater: Extremities

Theater: It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play

Poundstone at Paramount

Critics' Picks

Dancin' Feats

Pets: Why Vets Ask For Stool Samples


Theater: Aren't We All

MiniBar Hopes for Big Attention

Unabridged Books: 25 Years of Literary Goodness

Adler Opens Store in River North

CMSA Annual Holiday Party and Badminton

Gay Tennis: Love, Set, Match

Countdown to the Gay Games ...JOSE 'JERRY' BENITEZ

Vital Bridges Throws Brunch to Raise Funds

World Roundup


Log Cabin President Guerriero Speaks Out

National Roundup

LGBT Groups Assail Alito

N.Y. Court Rejects Same-Sex Marriage

Justice Ginsburg at CFW in Chicago

New Movement on Simmons Murder Case

Court Hears Oral Arguments on Solomon

Indy Politician Reverses Position on Gay-Rights Measure

NGLJA Offers Scholarship

World of Chocolate Nets $120K

Howard Brown Calls for More Syphilis Testing

Ford Drives Away From Gay Media

Iowa Candidate in Town

Wisconsin Marriage Bill Passes in State Senate

Quigley Proposes County Smoking Ban

Claypool Announces Run for County Prez

The Chicago Kings Host last Show

Candidates Start Filing

Roberts Runs for Subcircuit Judge

Up in Smoke: Chicago Approves Smoking Ban

Gift Guide: Cards with a Cause

2005 Holiday DVD Gift Guide

No Crouching, No Hiding: Ang Lee's 'Brokeback' Opens

Ledger Talks About Playing a Gay Cowboy in Brokeback Mountain

Knight at the Movies: Brokeback Mountain and The Producers

Dec. 16 Update: Ford returns to gay advertising

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