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Windy City Times 2011-08-03

A Gay in the Life: Imaging company owner Shira Elyse Kollins

DISH Weekly Dining Guide

DISH: DIFFA 'Chef's Table' July 27

DISH Dining news

Mortgages 101

Real estate news

WCMG's Post-Pride party

Gay hockey tourney running Aug. 12-14

Sky hosts a 'Making It Better' game

CMSA flag football sign-up Aug. 6 at Crew

HRC's Swing Aug. 12 in Highland Park

Lawyers for Diversity's BBQ

Dolly rocks Rosemont

Finding Jupiter's Sarah Masimore on activism, lesbianism

Latino Pride Picnic shines in Humboldt Park

Ozomatli's Raul Pacheco on electrocution and civil unions

Sofo has new ownership

Scottish Play Scott

No Fats, No Femmes: Tales of Dialing Up...

The Swordswomen of San Gimignano



The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek


German Santiago: Tales from the 'West Side'

Kelli Strickland's one-woman show

Goldie Hawn at Lynn Sage gala Sept. 19

Patrick Stewart, other stars at Comic Con Aug. 11-14

Chicago honors LGBT veterans

Celebrations: Jim Filnt's 70th birthday

Letters: Crime; Boystown; Night Ministry

Knight at the Movies: The Devil's Double; Cowboys & Aliens; film notes

Beyonce: '4' the gays

Jane Lynch at Women & Children First this fall

Billy Masters

The Kardashians, Neil Patrick Harris and Angelina Jolie

Student lies about hate crime; Dollywood's lesbian controversy

VIEWS: Creating a safe space: Supporting LGBTQ youth in foster care

Howard Brown: New board, more questions

Anti-gay group loses tax-exempt status

Surrogacy and adoption confab includes LGBT issues

Clerk's office remembers days before civil unions

VIEWS: LGBT veterans' remembrance

A president's promise and a colonel's redemption

Mich. residents respond to vote that permits anti-LGBT bias

Televangelist's grandson preaches acceptance at Chicago confab

Night Ministry reopens shelter

Alan William Kinsley leans on family ties

National News

World News

LGBT group lauds Illinois Dream Act

Bank, Night Ministry respond to various community complaints

Latina survey finds bias, domestic abuse

The bathroom scare: 'Public bathrooms just won't be safe anymore'

ABA honors Olson, Boies

New York City's LGBT community, elected officials condemn murder of transgender woman

Debt ceiling agreement splits Dems, worries LGBT groups

AIDS: The long view - Christeller leads women's AIDS group

AIDS: CD4- Chicago - An HIV-Positive and Positive Friendly Party

AIDS: LaToya Jackson - 'Apprentice' fundraiser

AIDS: Faith leaders hold conversation on HIV/AIDS at DuSable Museum

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