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Windy City Times 2009-09-02

Jia Perkins: The goal standard

LETTERS

Fire & Ink III in Texas Oct. 8-11

BOOKS When everything changed for Kairol Rosenthal

Chicago to host '11 Gay Softball World Series

AIDS Walk/Run registration still on

Dykes Pedaling Bikes get-togethers

WNBA games support breast cancer fight

TRAVEL Palm Beach: The best of everything

Chicago-made lesbian feature film Hannah Free debuts here Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Flip Flop with About Face Theater photos

MUSIC Joel Evan's 'Storm' is coming

Scottish Play Scott

THEATER REVIEW Alas! Alack! Zorro's Back!

THEATER REVIEW Cabaret

Critics' Pics

THEATER REVIEW A Shroud for Lazarus

THEATER REVIEW Texas Sheen

Theater: Under Milkwood

Queer Cinema 102

Theater Spotlight

Chicago Black Gay Men's Caucus Lovefest photos

Dance for Life Photos

Pop Making Sense

Knight at the Movies: Extract; film note

Jim Madigan LGBT reception photos

Prime Timers honor members

Dustin Lance, The new Black

PASSAGES George S. Martinez

BEHIV raises $20K

YPS gets new office

Quotelines

QUOTE ON

VIEWS President Bill Clinton: What was he thinking?

Billy Masters

Live Nation, AEG cancel most Banton concerts

LGBTQs take education to the streets

Community leaders take a pie in the face for EI

Insurance dept.: Explore partner options

The right to be: Gay rights in Russia

WORLD ROUNDUP

Fiorito's powers removed by resolution

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Caster Semenya: Controversy around gender

Stroger holds meeting about HIV vaccine

Safety stressed at North Side forum

Renslow talks barebacking

Bill Clinton at Chicago House event

Giannoulias' LGBT platform

Maine, Wash., among state marriage battlegrounds

Cleve Jones in Chicago to speak for D.C. march

The passage of Ted Kennedy

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