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Windy City Times 2011-11-23

Leppen hosts Pride Films & Plays benefit

Loyola LGBT group gives pep talk

Switchboard honors True Colors Fund

Ledisi brings songs, message to Park West

Scarlett Johansson, Pet Shop Boys and Patti LaBelle

Shaw's out exec Stephen LaHaie: On sustainability and long-term partnerships

The Italian Fiat 500 comes to the U.S.

Cook County has most syphilis cases in U.S.

Gay in the Life: Store owner Kevin Tang

Celebrations: Williams/Hauger

Pets

Ally runs and coaches for T2 and AFC

All Childish Things

Bayless book-signing; Creative Turkey Cuisine

Living Trust: A smart way to protect your assets

Two gender-variant people charged in Lincoln Park mugging

Spotlight: Fiddler on the Roof

SAM thru Dec. 15

GayCo's holiday revue

CRITICS' PICKS

A Bright New Boise

Five Flights, Let My People Come

The Caretaker

Porchlight running 'Affair' Feb. 18-April 1

Black Ensemble Theater finds new groove with new space

Windy City Queer readings celebrate Chicago

Gay state rep candidate hosts event at Cocktail

OPALGA honors its own, civil-union advocates at gala

Chaz Bono: On his new film and 'Dancing'

Holland Taylor's 'Ann'-do attitude

Contest: $7,500 in advertising, $500 to individual

Dave Koz concert Dec. 2; has new 'Christmas' CD

Live Adele CD/DVD out Nov. 29

Oak Park church marks Transgender Day of Remembrance

VIEWPOINTS: HRC undermines movement unity

VIEWPOINTS: Open hearts, open minds, open doors?

Meredith Baxter at Personal PAC luncheon

Billy Masters

Old Town School of Folk Music to hold 55-day celebration

CGMC's 'Lipstick' raises $8K

Transgender activist Lois Bates dies

Major League Baseball to ban anti-gay bias

'90s star Martika: Chicagoan is still going strong

NATIONAL ROUNDUP: Lesbian couple denied wedding cake; Trevor Project to honor Lady Gaga

Proposed Boystown development stirs controversy

DP-benefits measure introduced in Congress

Duckworth event at Sidetrack Nov. 29

Day of Remembrance mourns transgender victims, Lois Bates

Catholic Charities to send foster cases to new agency

Needs assessment wants diversity in respondents

Elementary student allegedly bullied to death

Pop Making Sense

Ronnie Kroell: On Playgirl and being 'In the Lion's Den'

City budget hits LGBT council

Knight at the Movies: My Week with Marilyn; Arthur Christmas; Carrie film note

Teachers' president not resigning over controversial remarks

State's Attorney restores one of two LGBT posts

HUD secretary is first cabinet member to address transgender event

Ohio LGBT activist beaten to death in Chicago

White House convenes meeting on anti-trans violence

CPS CEO meets with LGBT leaders

Catholic priest arrested on sexual assault charges

Longtime Oak Park resident Jim Boushay dies

Calif. Supreme Court gives Yes on 8 standing

AIDS confab closes on a 'forward' look

AIDS: Latino AIDS groups join forces for event

AIDS: AFC reflects on AIDS @ 30

AIDS: Conference Town Hall explores HIV among Black gay youth

AIDS: South African author to discuss HIV/AIDS Dec. 1 at NU

AIDS: Delivering life-Open Hand Chicago starts rolling out meals

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