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Windy City Times 2009-03-25

Mixed decision for lesbian seeking ordination

Take two: N.H. House OKs same-sex marriage

Anne Hathaway to Star as Judy Garland in Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland

LGBT addiction recovery house opens on North Side

Mr. USA: Miles of smiles

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Bent Nights: Tim Fite and Benjy Ferree @ Schubas in February

Mar and Bernie's Travel blog: Bella and the road

Quotelines

Day Views: No justice, No coat

Letter: Inclusivity in healthcare reform

Spotlight: Rent

'History Boys' starts in April

Center hosting dance workshop

3Girls3 performing Manilow's hits

THEATER REVIEW: A Perfect Wedding

THEATER REVIEW Wings

SPORTS/RECREATION

Entertainment news

Critics' Pics

THEATER REVIEW Tallgrass Gothic/The Changeling

THEATER REVIEW Pacific Overtures

7th Annual Windy City Gay Idol launches March 29

Knight at the Movies: Valentino; I Love You, Man; Film note

Matt Tyrnauer: Valentino's Day

Pop Making Sense

Natasha Richardson dies

Local Entertainment News Briefs

Out director/playwright Landau helms Steppenwolf's first stab at Shakespeare.

Drag racing: Cross-dressing in spring plays

Spring premieres

Billy Masters

Chicago 2016 meeting at Circuit

Health summit proposals due March 31

Human Relations' Advisory Council on ACLGBT issues three resolutions

Local News Briefs

PASSAGES Carey Nachtigall

PASSAGES Lawrence B. Cole

Suicide Forum: Youth, age, isolation factors

Center on Halsted's Human First Gala and Awards

DADT lead sponsor to leave Congress

Durbin visits Howard Brown Health Center

TPAN names new director

WORLD ROUNDUP

LGBT global activists paint vivid picture

AFC: Governor's budget proposal hurts HIV services

Report: LGBs more likely to be poor

U.S. signs UN LGBT statement

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