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Windy City Times 2006-09-27

Runway Style by: Andrew Davis
Rosie Goes Topless
CDC Issues Revised HIV Testing Plan by: Bob Roehr
Jackson Gets 15 Years by: Andrew Davis
Sidebar: Local Responses to the HIV Testing Guidelines
Ryan White Reauthorization Stalls in Senate by: Bob Roehr
Gay Man to Run Against Ald. Shiller by: Amy Wooten
Burt Bacharach to be at Duckworth Fundraiser
Stonewall Dems Launch Initiative
Schakowsky Benefit
Book-Burner Sentenced
Sign Language Classes Offered
GLN to Welcome Gay Iranian Leader
2006 Chicago House World Tour to Feature Top Auction Items
Andersonville Bagel Shop Closed for Health Code Violations
Correction: Three Shepard events
Howard Brown Announces Friends for Life Recipients
PASSAGE: Aleta Fenceroy
PASSAGE: Joseph Desbles
Pets by: Terri Klinsky
Quotelines
Deep Inside Hollywood by: Romeo San Vicente
National Roundup by: Andrew Davis
Cullerton Presents Grant for Green Space
Dahir Views by: Mubarak Dahir
Day Views by: Susie Day
World Roundup
LCCP to Honor Lesbians Facing Cancer, Welcome New Board Chair
Theater: Clay by: Rick Reed
Theater: Hatfield & McCoy
Theater: Come Back, Little Sheba
Theater: Helen
Theater: King Lear
Theater: The Bitter Tears of Petra Van Kant
The African Company Presents Richard III
Farewell, Rick
Spotlight
Pop Making Sense Estrojam: Line-up is Jam-tastic by: David Byrne with Tony Peregrin
Dance for Life Raises $170K
Critics' Picks
Media Watch by: JIM EDMINSTER
GSU Meth Workshop
Liza in Chicago
BOOK REVIEW: Tweaked—A Crystal Meth Memoir
Local Roundup
Getting To Know … Dick Uyvari by: Ross Forman
Crew Flag Football Team FundRaiser
No-Tap Bowling League Has Openings
Scores
Knight at the Movies: School for Scoundrels and The Puffy Chair by: Richard Knight, Jr.
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