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Windy City Times 2012-12-12

Sugar & Spice: NYE 2013 dinner packages worth trying

Nightspots: Berlin birthday photos

New releases and shows

Bi in the Life: Ed Negron

SPOTLIGHT

THEATER REVIEW The Other Cinderella

CRITICS' PICKS

DOUBLE REVIEW Hannukatz The Musical; A Klingon Christmas Carol

We Three Lizas

WINTER MUSIC SPECIAL Twenty years ago

Winter queer movie preview

DOUBLE REVIEW Grinch Musical, Luna Christmas

DANCIN' FEATS Joffrey dancers reflect on 'Nutcracker'

NUNN ON ONE: Clay Aiken talks 'Idol,' holiday standards

BILLY MASTERS

Knight at the Movies: The Hobbit; film notes

VIEWPOINTS Exterminating gays in Uganda: Not a spectator sport

VIEWPOINTS Pennsylvania's gay Republican? A good thing

Nomi Michaels Devereaux: A year on the streets at 17 remembered

The Crib creates safe haven for LGBTQ youth

LGBTQ Host Home Program: a different approach to youth homelessness

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