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Windy City Times 2012-11-27

Force tryouts Dec. 1

Sports shorts

Lesbian bikes 1,000 miles for a cause

2013 Chevrolet Spark: A better micro?

Sugar & Spice: Marie's Pizza and Liquors

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

Jan Kallish to leave Victory Gardens

Renaissance names new head

TPAN launches Spanish-language group

Theater Wit stages The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris

'Rudolph the Red-Hosed Reindeer' Nov. 29-Dec. 30

'Santaland' running Nov. 23-Dec. 30

Spotlight: Les Miserables

Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill advances in Parliament

Billy Masters

United in Anger: A History of ACT UP

Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph talks HIV/AIDS activism, 'Divas'

HRC report details LGBT equality in U.S. cities

Grants to address gender-based violence, HIV in 28 countries

Drag Stars event on Carnival Cruise Line subject of controversy

SPLC sues conversion therapy group

Russia: Historic decision on gay propaganda ban

Lesbian among new Obama court nominations

Lesbian attacked in Alabama, HRC responds

David Moretti talks Scrooge & Marley

Tim Kazurinsky on playing Marley's ghost

Ronnie Kroell plays the Ghost of Christmas Past in new film

Scrooge & Marley opens in Chicago

N.H. transgender state rep to step down

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