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Windy City Times 2011-11-02

Marcia Hill: Sports icon—and Hall of Famer

Hauff case headed to trial

Donna Brazile talks politics at Columbia

LGBTQ Host Home benefit Nov. 3

SPORTS SHORTS: Force golf outing a success

Welsh rugby star comes out; another retires

Chicago Force tryouts Nov. 19, Dec. 17

Badminton starting open gym

Brazil, how to prepare

ALMA fundraiser Nov. 4 at The Call

AIDS Legal Council of Chicago seeks advocate nominees

Cancer benefit at Sidetrack Nov. 16

Personal PAC luncheon with Meredith Baxter Nov. 17

'Pariah' showing at NU Nov. 11

Reeling exhibition at library Nov.15-Dec. 31

'Windy City Queer' at W&CF Nov. 3

R.E.M. to release greatest-hits album

Benefit features 'Mary Poppins' cast

Gay in the Life: Regional vice president, ING Brian Lighty

Volunteer plays integral role at EdgeAlliance

Perceptual Motion benefit Nov. 5

I'm Walking as Straight as I Can

A Behanding In Spokane



Leppen hosting Pride Films and Plays benefit Nov. 14

Spotlight: Deconstructing Broadway

Momma's Boyz

The Game Show Show, The Girl with the Drag Queen Tattoo

CGMC's 'Holly Follies' at four venues Dec. 2-11

DIFFA's 'Dining by Design' Nov. 3-5 at the Mart

First U.S. lesbian homecoming couple; gay man says he was stabbed and burned

Gay attorney named manager of law firm's office

Lakeside Pride's 2011-12 season

HBHC refuses to carry Windy City Times

Minnesota OUT! conference Nov. 4-6

Pop Making Sense

Paula Deen, Darren Criss and George Michael

Center hosts forum on sexual health

Director Stephen Cone on the gay Christian film 'The Wise Kids'

NeNe Leakes brings the 'Atlanta' heat

A look at the Legacy Project's committee members

Indigo Girls' Amy Ray on tattoos and coming out

VIEWPOINTS: Letting our voices be heard

Dancin' Feats

Knight at the Movies: Anonymous; classic DVDs

Sugar and Spice: 2 Sparrows

Nigeria considering banning homosexuality

The Inverted Gaze

Billy Masters

State Rep. Cassidy hosting satellite office hours

Calif. politician comes out

U.S. Conference on AIDS to feature Furnish, Lemon

Axel Axgil, marriage pioneer, dead at 96

Reeling 30: First-week overview

Transgender Metra worker suing over discrimination

Anti-bullying measures omitted from education bill

SLDN scoffs at DoD's announcement of benefits

2011 Chicago GL Hall of Fame choices to be inducted Nov. 9


Police chiefs hold hate crimes forum

Aristide "A.J." Laurent, early advocate of gay rights, 1941-2011

Obama issues gay-inclusive adoption proclamation

A gay group's homecoming in Wheaton

Boystown tricks and treats

Legacy Walk fundraising kicks off

Gay couple claims CTA driver removed them after kiss, one partner had been fired from CTA contractor

Gay nominee advances, DOMA repeal vote delayed

UNHRC specifically addresses grave human rights violations against LGBT Iranians

All IL senate Republicans backing anti-gay foster care bill

LGBT Advisory council and others fight to continue

AIDS: Open Door works on issues in suburbs

AIDS: Fighting through fundraising

AIDS: 'Companeros' author at Center Nov. 3

AIDS: Dick Uyvari, Surviving the AIDS wars

AIDS conference in Chicago Nov. 10-13

AIDS: Economy could hurt progress

AIDS groups push for PrEP

AIDS: The Legacy Project remembers Rudolf Nureyev (1938-1993)

AIDS: The Legacy Project remembers Kiyoshi Kuromiya (1943-2000)

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