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Windy City Times 2008-08-13

The Federation of Gay Games Announces Support of Openly Gay Olympians

Obama for America Announces Expansion of LGBT Leadership Team

Sick of Sarah doing well in music scene

The HIV conference: the pilgrimage

WORLD ROUNDUP

Sports: Running for Ken

Jeff Roscoe: Running from his problems

Pets: Dog days of summer

Passet talks about Foster at WC&F

Entertainment News

BOOK REVIEW Piper's Someday

Alma Dance Company's soulful benefit

THEATER The Birthday Party

THEATER Tommy's Place

CRITICS' PICKS

Theater: Sing D*amm!t

Spotlight: The Sweat Girls

THEATER REVIEW On an Average Day

Theater: Torch Song Trilogy

Theater: The Bleacher Bums

Dancin' Feats

A martini with a Jersey Boy

National RoundUp

Letters

Quotelines

Keen on the Trail: Gay news from the presidential campaign trail

Lawyers hold barbecue

Vital Bridges benefit in good taste

Wedding Announcement: Angelucci/Baker

Carideo named top travel agent

About Face announces new managing director

Local college to name new building after McKeon

Queer femme confab comes to Chicago

Snapshots from Mexico City: XVII International AIDS Conference

NorthHalsted MarketDays

Don't Ask, Don't Tell: A soldier's story

Millionaire may be third gay member of Congress

PASSAGES Dewey Herrington

Media Watch

Market Days visitor missing

Knight at the Movies: Tropic Thunder, What We Do Is Secret

Forum focuses on trans people and religion

Chicago House recovering from storm

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