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Windy City Times 2009-06-17

NUNN ON ONE: TV Jack Stehlin: Pot luck

SPORTS/RECREATION Megan Rapinoe: Star power

Billy Masters

Better Existence with HIV 60-day fundraising reception

Outgames cultural program launches

Force crush Demolition, gain playoffs

'Plaid' to the bone: Group marks 20 years

'Milk' screenwriter sorry for sex pics

About Face announces summer series

BCEFA/ Chicago House benefit June 21

MOMBIAN Prop 8: A spoonful of sugar

Windy City Performing Arts Center performance photos

THEATER REVIEW Clitoris Stories

THEATER REVIEW Third

THEATER REVIEW Mud People

THEATER REVIEW fracture mechanics

Scottish Play Scott: Three to see in London's West End

Critics' Pics

Nettelhorst Elementary pays tribute to diversity

Alice Gleason rolls on

Gay couple loves challenge of fatherhood

BEHIV moves all services to Chicago

25 for 25 charity drive nets $5,700

UIC awards grants for LGBT research

Hundreds bid blues legend farewell

2009 HIV directory now available

PASSAGES Steven R. Allen

PASSAGES Judge Sandra Otaka

Quotelines

MUSIC Gretchen Phillips: A DIY performer

Knight at the Movies: The Proposal; Capers

Cher's kid to change gender

Cher's kid to change gender

Spotlight: Everyman

Karen Williams coming to Town Hall Pub

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Here come the judges: New group forms

Milk letters to be auctioned off

Dyke March again in Pilsen

Latino Pride Picnic Windy City Times photos

WORLD ROUNDUP

NUNN ON ONE: TV Derek's 'World' view

Pop Making Sense: Video-bar favorites

Milwaukee PrideFest photos

Windy City Gay Idol finals

Huberman attends forum on LGBTQ students

Miss California fired

Candidate to run against Deb Mell

'Queer Bronzeville': The South Side's LGBT history

LGBT issues discussed at AARP confab

Views: To march or not to march

Midsommarfest, Windy City Times cameras on the streets

Adam Lambert officially comes out

Views: Promises, Promises

Views: We Won't Be Fooled Again

Quigley asks Obama to recognize same-sex married couples in census

Marriage forum full of emotion

South African AIDS activist dies

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force applauds Census Bureau's plan to count married same-sex couples

Calif. pols may slash HIV funding

Panelists discuss 'Stonewall and Beyond'

President's remarks at signing of Presidential Memorandum on Federal Benefits, Non-Discrimination

LGBTs furious with Obama over DOMA case

Research Shows Alarming Rates of LGBT Student Victimization in Illinois

DP Crumbs for LGBT Federal Employees

Obama's memo for federal workers: A closer look

Thousands rally in Loop against cuts

Members of Congress Urge President to Suspend Don't Ask, Don't Tell

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