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Windy City Times 2007-07-11

Chicago's 2006 Gay Games Declared a Financial Success

Gay Men's Softball: A Hit with the Community

Sports News

Black Coalition Makes Plans

PASSAGES: Ferd Eggan

Friends Remember Thom Ford

Killers of Indiana Man May Claim 'Gay Panic'

Pride in the Park

Church Holds Final Service

Calif. Supremes Delve into Marriage Case

Local Events

National RoundUp

We Love Pets

Sidetrack and hunters: 25 years of beer and cheer

Quotelines

Letters to the Editor: The ENDA Is Near, Your Health, Sporting Chance

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

WorldRoundUp

Dancin' Feats

Deeply Rooted's Intensive Performances

Critics' Picks

Theater: Mirror of the Invisible World

Bohemian Gets Indecent

Spotlight

Theater: Stoops

Theater: The Good Person Of Setzuan

Knight at the Movies: Chicago Outdoor Film Festival, Joshua

Books: Committed: A Rabble-Rouser's Memoir

Tiffany: Party Like a Pop Star

Michael Ian Black at Lakeshore July 13-14

'Mad Men' to Premiere July 19

Logo to Show 'Daphne'

Deep Inside Hollywood

Sharon is Home

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