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Windy City Times 2012-09-04

The Kathy Griffin Collection comes to DVD

Comic Judy Tenuta to perform gay marriages at Laugh Factory

North Coast brings the music, crowds and color

Meatloaf

Mapping the taxpaying population

The fairy gardener: being eccentric

Wilson Cruz joins GLAAD staff

Arrested, what next?

Ellen on Walk of Fame; Perez to portray GOP's Paul Ryan

Uganda bans gay play; Brazilian gay man gets paternal leave

Illinois State Rep. Deborah Mell recovers from breast cancer surgery

Cardona promoted to VP of Programs at Polk Bros. Foundation

Women's rugby team in financial woe

LETTER: Party lines

Gay student leader earns leadership post, learns life lessons

David Tutera: 'Fair' essence

NCAVP: Gender non-conforming murder in Philadelphia

VIEWPOINTS: RNC: Conflict in 'Romneyville'

Wilson Cruz joins GLAAD; outed sheriff wins GOP primary

Democratic Party releases 2012 platform

LGBT caucus in full swing

Schumer at DNC: We will pass ENDA

LGBT attendees full participants at DNC

Chicago Police Department adopts transgender policy

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