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Windy City Times 2011-01-19

PASSAGES Charles Lamont Hall, J.D.
When 'the love that dare not speak its name' did by: Jim Elledge
Gay in the Life: L.A. Chandler, Drummer by: Ross Forman
Michael Holtz: In the swim of things by: Ross Forman
Sizing up the Gay Softball World Series by: Ross Forman
'Strike Out Hunger' benefits Vital Bridges by: Ross Forman
House votes to repeal healthcare, NGLTF responds
Madre & I by: Terri Schlichmeyer
Diana DeGarmo fills Dolly Parton's ... shoes in '9 to 5' by: Jerry Nunn
Liz Phair on Chicago, 'Funstyle' by: Jerry Nunn
Pop Making Sense by: David Byrne with Tony Peregrin
DVD REVIEW Role/Play by: Steve Warren
As You Like It by: Mary Shen Barnidge
Six More Scary Tales by: Mary Shen Barnidge
Jeff Calhoun: Working '9 to 5' by: Scott C. Morgan
Grey Gardens by: Scott C. Morgan
Local theater events
Trickster by: Jonathan Abarbanel
TELEVISION MTV's Scott Herman talks fitness by: Jerry Nunn
VIEWS The bombast and the body count by: Wayne Besen
Center expands anti-violence work
World News by: Rex Wockner
Chicago House hosting 'Champagne Wrapture'
Lambda Literary changes leadership, Chicagoan to co-chair
PASSAGES First Black police superintendent, father of former City Treasurer
WCT seeking 30 Under 30 nominations
Chicago women filmmakers collaborate on Cabrini-Green film by: Micki Leventhal
Knight at the Movies: William S. Burroughs: A Man Within; The Company Men by: Richard Knight, Jr.
Billy Masters by: Billy Masters
BOOKS Hide and Seek: The book and the battle by: Marie J. Kuda
'It's Elementary' Jan. 26 at NLU
WCT publisher to discuss 'Obama' book Feb. 7
Martha Stewart, Jane Lynch and Anderson Cooper by: Andrew Davis
Talk sheds light on Chinese LGBT issues by: Kate Sosin
'Freedom to Marry' Feb. 8 at museum
VIEWS How to survive a botched assassination attempt by: Susie Bright
Golden Globes: A gay old time
Theater: A Round-Heeled Woman by: Tracy Baim.
James Chance, No Bunny and more; My deranged New Years, part two by: Vern Hester
Northern Trust starts LGBT practice by: Charlsie Dewey
48th Ward Dems choose Emanuel by: Carrie Maxwell
2010's events predict more—and less—in 2011 by: Lisa Keen, Keen News Service
Log Cabins sticking with DADT case by: Rex Wockner
Maryland to OK same-sex marriage by: Rex Wockner
Miguel del Valle on Rahm, LGBT issues by: Andrew Davis
HRC to Obama: Support marriage equality now by: Rex Wockner
BEHIV folds; AFC responds by: Joseph Erbentraut
LGBT hospital visit regulations now in place
Ceremony for gays who won Fla. adoption change
GAO reports on DADT costs
Boystown becomes Chicago's first neighborhood with free WiFi by: Kevin Wayne, www.ChicagoPride.com
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