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Windy City Times 2007-08-01

IGLHRC denounces Iran sodomy executions by: Rex Wockner
National RoundUP by: Andrew Davis
Developments on the Same-Sex Marriage Front by: Lisa Keen
Attorneys Celebrate Diversity by: Amy Wooten
Lesbian to Lead Local Church
Art for Life
Letters to the Editor: Callaway, Healthcare, War
The Last Days of George W. Bush: A Tale of Family Values by: Krandall Kraus
Dragons 2008 Calendar Available
J.P. Calderon: Surviving (Quite Well) by: Ross Forman
Howard Bragman: Shining Star to the Stars by: Ross Forman
True Colors CD Out Aug. 7
Patty Elvis Is in the Building by: Amy Wooten
Frolicking with the Feminists in The Land of Enchantment Part I
BOOK REVIEW: Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys by: Yasmin Nair
BOOK REVIEW: I Had to Say Something
Parello Out with Dateland
Queerfest Midwest at Pulaski Park Aug. 25
That Girl (Season Three) on DVD
Gay Mahjong Club Forms
Theater: Married Alive!
Theater: Joe! The Musical
Theater: Insignificance by: JONATHAN ABARBANEL
Theater: Waiting For Lefty
Critics' Picks
Joel Hall, Harris to Receive Honors
Theater: A Love Plot Truly
Robin Hood: A Fanciful Historie Of That Most Notable & Fameous Outlaw Robyn Hood
knight at the Movies: Becoming Jane,The Bourne Ultimatum by: Richard Knight, Jr.
Pop Making Sense by: David Byrne with Tony Peregrin
Local Artist Goes Green by: Amy Wooten
Angelique Munro: Chicago's Sultry Siren No Illusion by: Jacob Anderson-Minshall
Gay Waiter: Spotlight on Jerry Nunez
STARRLIGHT by: Steve Starr
Quotelines by: Rex Wockner
Gov. Files Health Rules by: Amy Wooten
Affinity Holds Jazz 'n July gala
Chicago Becomes GLAAD
TaskForce and MINC-3: Reaching Out by: Andrew Davis
Buju Pledges to Stop Anti-Gay Attacks by: Rex Wockner
Performer Survives 2006, Comes Out Stronger by: Michael A. Knipp
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