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Windy City Times 2005-10-12

Spotlight: Noel Coward
Women's Performances
Critics' Picks
Theater: Catch-22 by: Mary Shen Barnidge
Theater: The Uneasy Chair by: Rick Reed
Theater: I Spent A Week In St. Louis One Night by: Mary Shen Barnidge
Theater: Man of La Mancha by: JONATHAN ABARBANEL
Theater: The House Of Bernarda Alba by: Mary Shen Barnidge
Pets: Dental Care
Berlin: The Cabaret That Never Stops
Badminton Begins
Call for Artists to Design Games Posters
Bowling for HRC
Lopiano in Chicago
Scores
Taking the Flag
LETTERS
Knight at the Movies: Domino and Be With Me, a Chicago Film Fest screening of note by: Richard Knight, Jr.
Boy George charged with drug possession
Mubarak Views: Unholy Sacrament by: Mubarak Dahir
Local Roundup
Media Watch by: JIM EDMINSTER
Quotelines
Servicemembers Legal Defense benefit
Broadway Star at HBHC Gala
LGBT MBA Conference Coming to Chicago
Blagojevich to Help Home Buyers Fight Discrimination
National Roundup by: Andrew Davis
New Orleans LGBT Club to Kick Off Events
Augustana Students Protest Homophobia
Champaign City Council Approves Same-Sex Benefits
Milwaukee's PrideFest to Retire Debt Early at Town Hall
Stargaze fundraiser
Chicago Kings to Perform Final Show
New HBHC Leader: Looking Forward by: Andrew Davis
New Dance Column: Dancin' Feats by: JONATHAN ABARBANEL
Activists Gather at 7th Annual Shepard Protest by: Amy Wooten
Sloan Back Home
Center Celebrates $1 Million Gift
World Roundup by: REX WOCKNER
Vital Bridges Opens Doors in Garfield Park by: Amy Wooten
AFC Holds Forum on HIV Prevention Success by: Amy Wooten
John McNeill Lectures at Dignity/Chicago by: Amy Wooten
Frontrunners/Frontwalkers Cheer on Marathoners
BROKEN 'HEARTS' CLUB: Fireball discontinued by: Andrew Davis
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