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Windy City Times 2012-01-11

Colin Morgan weaves magic on 'Merlin'

Smokey Robinson; Ezra Furman and the Harpoons

Five Worth Finding: high-intensity fitness, Alexander McQueen and more

Isaac Mizrahi; Rosie not allowed in party; RuPaul on presidential trail

Walk a Mile in My Pradas

Gay in the Life: Mike Anderson

T in the Life: Nathan "Precious Jewel" Davis

Joffrey hosting African dance class for MLK

Director not charged for groping transgender niece


Mom: A Tribute to Mothers of LGBTs Windy City Times soliciting people for new photo book

Billy Masters

CMSA women's basketball sign-ups

SkiBudz going to Midwest Gay Ski Weekend Feb. 3-5

'Stars on Ice' at Rosemont March 11

HONORS: Out exec honored

Why a Roman Catholic group endorses the Marriage Equality demonstration at Holy Name Cathedral on Feb.12

Win tickets to the highly anticipated new Glenn Close film Albert Nobbs

Bye June unveils "Shades Of Purple" music video on gay rights

Knight at the Movies: Joyful Noise; film notes



Boobs and Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque; The Boobs of Khan: A Star Trek Burlesque


Late Nite Catechism


HHS: Improving for LGBT Americans'health and well-being

VIEWS: It's official: Gay is the new Black

Chicagoan among Gay Games honorees

Pop Making Sense

'Queen of Hip-Hop Soul' talks sequel to landmark album, homophobia and strip clubs

YPS unveils national strategy

American Historical Assn. conference covers LGBT issues

Gay for Good aims to help others

Immigration activists to go on trial

Gubin reception Jan. 11


Limited runs to look out for

LETTERS Fund house

PASSAGES Bill Ortleb

Study: Teens of lesbian parents just as happy as those raised by hetero couples

New article looking at turning points leading to DADT repeal now online

Quigley, Polis call for investigation of immigrant detention abuse

Report discusses DADT and accountability

The Haymarket Affair: Still relevant after 125 years

State lawmakers meeting on marriage equality

Lesbian raising funds for brain surgery

Wis. governor's ex-staffer, partner face felony charges

Affinity, Amigas Latinas hold Burning Bowl

Winter queer movie preview: DVD, theater

Brian Kellow on iconic film critic Pauline Kael

Presta change-o: Oprah alters gay man's life

Hannah Free re-release

Kristy McNichol comes out

Sugar & Spice: Brunch at Nookies Edgewater

'God vs. Gay' writer Jay Michaelson on religious equality

PASSAGES Celebration of the life of Fernando Blasco Lagos.

Chicago Dykes on Bikes now official chapter of national lesbian group

Former Chicagoan a force in national organization

Proposed ward map has Lincoln Park on edge

Talking with Tammy Duckworth's lesbian finance director

Roe v. Wade anniversary celebration Jan. 24

Bachmann ends presidential run

Handful protests at Holy Name Cathedral, despite cancellation

Oklahoma pol tries to ban gay, lesbian servicemembers from state National Guard

AIDS activist Frank Sieple dies

HRC to honor Anna Wintour; openly gay officials now in 48 states

Romney welcomes backing of anti-gay extremist

Holy Name Cathedral demonstration calls on Cardinal George to apologize

Rainbow Sash Movement responds to Pope Benedict XVI comments against gay marriage

NH: Santorum taken down, November looms

Longtime ACLU of Illinois Executive Director Jay Miller dies

Cardinal George apologizes; protest canceled

Weekend GOP debates focus on gays

Illinois legislators meeting on marriage equality

Springfield reverses vote against civil union benefits

NBJC calls for hate crime investigation in Florida A&M hazing death

Giffords' gay savior says he's no hero

AIDS: South Side Help Center: Agency meets AIDS head-on with support and services

AIDS: CDC announces new funding for HIV prevention

AIDS: Remembering Project Open Hand Founder Ruth Brinker

AIDS: Michael Jeter

AIDS: Riding for the cause

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