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Windy City Times 2007-12-05

The Colorful New Spot on Halsted

Interior Motives: Sometimes Cameras Lie

CDC MUM ON STATS

Jane Rule, author and reluctant activist, dies at 76

STARRLIGHT: Eduardo Verastegui at Rumba

Body and Sole! Honorable Bandit: A Walk Across Corsica, by Brian Bouldrey

Report Reveals Same-Sex Population Trends

12,000 American Flags Mark DADT Anniversary

AIDS Foundation of Chicago World of Chocolate

ManAlive Covers Gay Men's Health

Equality Illinois: Party for 'Justice'

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Homo for the Holidays

Vital Bridges: Feed the Spirit Brunch

Media Watch

Deep Inside Hollywood

WORLD ROUNDUP

Med Students Rally for World AIDS Day

Center's Vigil Full of Emotion

PASSAGES: Anthony Hollins

Views: Mark My Words by Mark Segal

Letters: Protesting HRC; Calling for a 'Con-Con'

Jane Addams Day at Chicago History Museum

Local Events

TPAN awarded grant

Local Named Mr. Congeniality

Quotelines

Trans Veteran Can Sue Library of Congress

BOOK REVIEW: 1933 Century of Progress Exposition

Exposition Sidebar: Two Women at the Fair, 1933-34

Courts Book Reissued

Naughty Shows for the Holidays

Stage Door Jonny

CRITICS' PICS

Cirque Dreams' Costume Design Contest

THEATER: The Nutcracker

THEATER: It's Only the End of the World

About Face to Present 'Little Dog'

THEATER: The Phantom of the Opera

THEATER: Lost Love

The Flare Up There

Opera's Deborah Voigt heard at Center

SPORTS A Writer's Journey to Florence: Looking Back

Happy Holidays from The OutField

Hannema Receives Damski Award

Views: Why World AIDS Day Should Highlight the Need For Medical Cannabis

How's your LGBTPCIQ?

Iranian Executed

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Congress Drops Matthew Shepard Bill

Tovah Does Hepburn

Knight at the Movies: The Golden Compass, Protagonist

Dennis Christopher: Acting Chameleon

THEATER: Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

THEATER: C.S. Lewis on Stage

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