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Windy City Times 2012-10-23

CGHA expands, ends up second in tournament

Stair-climbing 'Skyrise' at Willis Tower Nov. 4

Focus on underwear, jewelry at fashion show

Rush board hosts fashion show

Pop Making Sense

History shows San Francisco has long been a gay mecca

TPAN starts group for serodiscordant couples

Catholics for Choice president on religion and LGBT individuals

Attorney speaks at Shimer on work with the evolving family

Rita Ora on shoes, gay friends

Gala honors new class of 'Pink Tie Guys'

Katrina del Mar on girl-gang films, Harrison Ford's kissing

Sinski named ED of Heartland Human Care Services

Log Cabins endorse Romney

Medill student journalism website covers LGBT election issues

Intimate partner homicides in New Orleans, Dallas come to light

Transgender murder 30th anti-LGBTQ homicide in Puerto Rico in decade

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