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Windy City Times 2008-05-07

Custody deal in McGreevey case

Office of Special Counsel raided

After the primaries: LGBTs split in Ind. and N.C.

Calendar Notes

Issues aired out at youth forum

BOOK REVIEW Ready and This Common Secret

Murder case postponed

D.C. to host huge LGBT aquatics event

Mich. says no to partner benefits

Chicago Takes Off cast party: Strip appeal

Club BEHIV & Cabaret gala

SPORTS Smash & Tickle June 7

LGBTs among Obama delegates

Chicago lesbians exchange vows

Local Events

THEATER Old Town

OPERA REVIEW Don Giovanni

THEATER Picked Up

SPOTLIGHT Whitney Houston...

CRITICS' PICS

THEATER Russian on the Side

Stage Door Jonny

Robert Gant: The spying game

Shocked's change; Carly widens her net

Quotelines

Monroe Views: Obama's chickens have come home to roost

Police Commander Boehmer meets local owners

Avenues at The Peninsula benefits Center

Sandi Jackson speaks at Jeffrey Pub

Sarah Hoagland honored at NEIU

Wilson Cruz at Roosevelt

AIDSWatch 2008

Chicago House Spring Brunch & Fashion photos

LGBTs rally on May Day

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL: A Tale of Two Moms, Part I

Knight at the Movies: America the Beautiful, Film Notes

Darryl Roberts talks about 'Beautiful' people

Jackie Warner in your home

THEATER Speech and Debate

THEATER Around the World in Eighty Days

Mildred Loving passes

Forum focuses on LGBTs and immigration

WORLD ROUNDUP

UCC churches seek to include LGBTs

Anti-same-sex marriage referendum push fails

Media Watch

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Martha Hernandez: The doctor is in

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