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Windy City Times 2006-08-09

Theater: The Water Coolers: An Office Musical

Theater: The Boys are Coming Home

Theater: The Bloody Romantic

Affinity Jazzes it Up

U.S. Soccer Team to Host China Aug. 27 in Bridgeview

Tennis Center to be Renamed after King

Swoopes Makes All-Decade Team

PULSE

Softball Teams Head to Gay World Series

Gay Games Attendance Exceeds Expectations

That Toddlin' Town: Chicago's Gay Games a Success

OutGames Boasts World Flavor

QuinceaƱera Co-Directors Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland

Knight at the Movies: QuinceaƱera and Another Gay Movie

Critics' Picks

Theater: Ball

Theater: Dorian

Spotlight

Local Events

Theater: The Grotesque History of Marie Antoinette

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

LETTER: Gay Games Legacy

New Victims of Don't Ask, Don't Tell

A Chicago Goodbye

A Chicago Welcome

Dance for Life to Take Off Aug. 26

Berwyn Lifestyle Specialist Gets Gay Designation

Fashion Focus

Briefly ...

Report: Meth Promotes HIV Infection at the Cellular Level

City Throws Water on Big Chicks' Grill

Deep Inside Hollywood

PASSAGE: Robert S. Ward II

Individuals and Groups Praise Retiring McKeon; Possible Successor Reflects

Steele Becomes Cook County's First Woman President

Gerber/Hart Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Pets

Claude Allen Pleads Guilty

Quotelines

Cruise Holidays Sponsors Howard Brown

AIDS Run & Walk Chicago Sept. 16

Conservative Says Gays Have 'Sex with Infants'

Topinka Appears at Sidetrack

Northalsted Market Days

MARCH AGAINST BASHINGS IN SAN DIEGO

World Roundup

MARCH AGAINST BASHINGS IN SAN DIEGO

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