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Windy City Times 2006-11-29

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Gay Games Chicago Official DVD Out

R.O.T.C. Announces New Leadership

SPORTS COMPLEX Roll Bounce: An Author's Obsession with Roller Derby

Gift Guide Part 2

Holidaze Book Sale

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Dance and Music for The Holidays

McKeon Feted at Party, Will Be Honored in Washington

Gerber/Hart Library Marks World AIDS Day

AAHIVM and TPAN Collaborate on Column

Closet Cleaner: Mike Jones

SIR Spa: The Comfort of Men

Liv'n Out Loud

World Roundup

National Roundup

The Last Days of George W. Bush: A Tale of Family Values

Day Views: Ted Haggard and the Church of the Down Low

Deep Inside Hollywood

Condom Couture

Trans Vigil Calls for End to Violence

3 Needles, World AIDS Day

Center Night Out Dec. 3

WOW Women's Event

AFC and Art Institute Collaborate for World AIDS Day


Media Watch

Blagojevich Appoints Duckworth as Director

Entertaining Notes

Chicago House Offers 'Wrapture'

Howard Brown to Mark World AIDS Day

Kenneth Cole and ALCC to Host World AIDS Day Shopping Event

Knight at the Movies: 3 Needles, Altman

Business Profile: Maid in America

Gift Guide Part I

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