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Windy City Times 2009-06-10

Presidential Pride Proclamation, Gay Thumbs Down

Supreme Court won't rule on Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Todd Connor: Vines and dandy

Judges' group to hold reception June 24

Views: I run for life

THEATER REVIEW Oedipus

THEATER REVIEW The Crowd You're In With

THEATER REVIEW The Arabian Nights

THEATER REVIEW A Minister's Wife

THEATER REVIEW Bombs Away!

Chicago film to premiere at Outfest

Getting her kicks: Tarpley leads Red Stars' attack

WPSA continues to grow

Red Stars' schedule changes

Friends and Lovers sneak peak Sidetrack

LGBT and legal groups criticize Obama administration's defense of DOMA (letter)

NUNN ON ONE Lloyd Boston: Out of the 'Closet'

Joel Hall Dancers celebrate new Center

Deloitte helps out

Taqaseem: Middle Eastern, North African LGBT group forms

Amigas Latinas celebration photos

School Celebrating Diversity

Spotlight: Qweirdo

Jeff Awards given for 2008-2009

Billy Masters

BOOKS Frank Anthony Polito: Music and 'Drama'

20 years of 'Nothing:' Sandra Bernhard

Koenig joins litigation group

Dancin' Feats

Tonys a gay ol' time

Letters: Bachelorette parties

Christine Bork: Lesbian leads YWCA

'Ask Not' filmmaker Johnny Symons

Windy City Gay Chorus: 30 years of high notes

Lambda Legal's Forum Conveniens photos

Quotelines

'In the Life' running Stonewall special

Dish List: La Tache

N.H. governor signs marriage-equality bill

Local Events

WORLD ROUNDUP

Ride raises funds for AIDS

Knight at the Movies: Land of the Lost; film notes

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Chicago to host deaf LGBT confab

First hearing on immigration equality held

Pride Parade news

Adam Lambert comes out for Rolling Stone

Head of San Diego pride attacked, beaten

HRC and GLAAD Statements Regarding Chaz Bono's Announcement of Transitioning Genders

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