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Windy City Times 2007-03-07

PASSAGES: Rene A. Van Hulle, Jr.

Gay Powerlifter Qualifies for 5th British Final

Net Gains

Wrestling Club Finishes Second

Galena to host 12th Triathlon/Duathlon in May

2nd City BADminton

Bob Mould: Ring Leader

In the Life to Celebrate Women's History Month in March

Deep Inside Hollywood

John Waters in Court TV Series

Interviews for LGBT Documentary on March 10 & 11

Drag Kings of Comedy at Playground

Logo's Internet Store Launches

HBO AIDS Film Screens in Chicago

Obama at Labor Rally

Stefani in Chicago Area on June 8

Media Watch

Bitch With a Capital 'B'

Theater: Thief River

A Talk with Così fan tutte's Erin Wall

Theater: The Strangerer

Theater: The Weir

Theater: One Fine Day

Stage Door Jonny

Behind-the-Scenes Looks at Wicked Offered to Public

Women as Warriors

Theater: Mud

Local Events

REVIEW: Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity

Educators Discuss Anti-Gay Pledges

Grounded: Local Man Sues Airline Employer

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

Views: Ours Serve, Too

That New-Time Religion: The 2nd Annual Black Church Summit

National Roundup

Gay/AIDS Advocate Bob Hattoy Dies

Crossroads Fund Celebrates 25th Anniversary

BEHIV Kick-Off on March 8

Troy Ford Memorial on March 11

Grey Memorial on April 1

Center on Halsted Welcomes Partners

Gerber/Hart Has 'March Madness' Book Sale

Chicagoan Becomes Lambda Legal Co-Chair

U. of C. to Host Gay Forums

LGBT Health Awareness Week on March 11-17

Feigenholtz Stem Cell Bill Passes

Immigration Rally on March 10

Sex Workers Art Show Makes Chicago Stop

Amigas Latinas Seeks Scholarship Candidates

Art Exhibition for Point Foundation

Tribute to Barbara Gittings

Youths Honor Living Legends at Little Black Pearl

Repeal of DADT Reintroduced

QUOTELINES

Alan Cumming: Shades of 'Gray'

Runoff Rundown

Knight at the Movies: Gray Matters and Zodiac

Jamaica: Four Gay Men Attacked

Nigeria: Anti-Gay Bill Advances

Pop Making Sense

Windy City Gay Idol time change for Semi-Finals

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