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Windy City Times 2013-01-01

Civil unions and divorce: legal equality for everyone

Preservation Trust seeks volunteers

'Singin' in the Rain' to end symphony series

Memories aplenty from 2012 gay sports scene

Chicago Auto Show marks first for 2013, other auto news

Billy Masters

Anthony Pazos from 'L.A. Hair' talks catfights and clients

Curtain calls: Local theater highlights of '12

Twelve faves from '12

Dining news: Ciao Amore's music; chocolate-themed gala

Pop Making Sense

How do your Senators stack up on marriage?

BOOK REVIEW Off the Rocks, Volume 16

Artemis Singers concert Jan. 19 in Skokie

New web series looks at fictional Kardashian

Club Lucky

Knight at the Movies: Any Day Now; film notes

Local passages in 2012

Sandra Bernhard talks audiences, Andy Cohen

Cardinal George calls on parishioners to oppose gay marriage

MOVIES: Alan Cumming on Liza, 'Any Day Now'

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