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Windy City Times 2011-12-28
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VIEWPOINT Cardinal George and the KKK: Religious extremists live in Midwest, not just Middle East - Cardinal Francis George, Archbishop of Chicago, is not the only bigot hiding behind the heavy robes of religion, but he ...
After Catholic Church pressure, Pride Parade start time reverts to noon - News posted Dec. 22, 2011, updated Dec. 26, 2011 - In an agreement reached between organizers and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, the start time of the 2012 Pride ...

News
AIDS: TPAN's Positively Aware educates about HIV and AIDS - You've just been diagnosed with HIV. Myriad doctors, nurses and case managers are doing what they can to help you ...
AIDS: Roger Beyers, HIV survivor and volunteer shares his story - Roger Beyers is not one to shy away from his HIV-positive status. In fact he shares his story to a ...
AIDS: The Global Fund approaches 10 years of lifesaving efforts - During its meeting in November 2011, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria set the stage for the ...
AIDS: AIDS at 30: Owning your life - Putting one's experiences on paper can bring a light that has not been considered before. I have been asked to ...
AIDS: FDA is asked to approve PrEP AIDS regimen - An application from Gilead Sciences, Inc. has been filed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve an HIV ...
AIDS United joins coalition to establish July 2012 as National HIV Awareness Month - AIDS United has announced its participation in the Coalition for National HIV Awareness Day, a group of national HIV/AIDS organizations ...
Cardinal George compares Pride Parade to Klan gathering - News update posted Dec. 21, 2011 - According to Fox News, Cardinal Francis George has weighed in on recent controversies surrounding the 2012 Pride Parade, and his ...
Springfield votes against benefits for civil union couples - News update posted Dec. 22, 2011 - In a move shocking LGBT rights groups in Illinois, Springfield's city government has voted not to extend health benefits to ...
Local and national groups sound off on Cardinal George - News update posted Dec. 23, 2011 - Cardinal Francis George angered many LGBT activists in Chicago and beyond, when Fox News Chicago quoted him comparing gay liberation ...
Lambda Legal mourns passing of John Lawrence, from Lawrence v. Texas sodomy case - From a news release, Dec. 23, 2011 - "The impact of Lawrence v. Texas is felt every time a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender person steps into a ...
Local news in 2011 - Extended for the online edition of Windy City Times - This year was a pivotal one for the area LGBT community, with everything happening from the implementation of civil unions ...
World news in 2011 - Extended for the online edition of Windy City Times - There was a lot of push and pull, as everything happened from Belgium getting its first gay prime minister to ...
National news in 2011 - Extended for the online edition of Windy City Times - It certainly was an eventful year for the LGBT community on the national front. Here is the list of national ...
A riveting year for political campaigns - Few in the GOP field could rival President Obama with their records on LGBT issues and, yet, the outcome of ...
Gay Republican presidential candidate returns to Chicago - Fred Karger returned home to Chicago Dec. 18 to meet with family, friends and supporters. "It's kind of a full ...
Patrick Dati: Gacy survivor shares his story - by David-Elijah Nahmod - Chicago resident Patrick Dati has been to hell and back. He nearly committed suicide twice. However, he lived to share ...
Chicago residents join SAGE board - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) announced that Chicago residents Dr. Magda Houlberg and Dr. Charles R. Middleton have ...
Murder case with gay victim ends in mistrial; Detroit dental-care facility under fire - NATIONAL ROUNDUP: Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - A murder case involving 39-year-old gay victim Edgard Mercado has ended in a mistrial, Gay City News reported. Judge Daniel ...
Ellen and Target team up, questions linger about the company - Target and viewers of The Ellen DeGeneres Show have teamed to give $5 million to schools in need. However, questions ...
Chicago groups among Astraea grantees - Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice has announced its U.S. annual fund docket—and three local organizations are among the grantees. Amigas ...
Midway priest accused of abuse - Father Bede R. Jagoe—a 77-year-old priest assigned to the chapel at Chicago's Midway Airport—has been charged with criminal sexual abuse ...
VIEWS A message to Rick Perry about holiday spirit - Somewhere in the middle of Kansas, there is a 9-year-old wide-eyed girl watching television while actively seeking solace from the ...
LETTER: Cardinal sin - Dear editor: The Christmas season for Roman Catholics is an opportunity to turn our focus to the birth of Jesus ...

Entertainment
NeNe Leakes, George Michael and 'Work It' - Entertainment news: Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - "Real Housewife of Atlanta" NeNe Leakes will play a swim coach on the TV show Glee for several episodes, according ...
The movies of 2011 seen through 3-DLGBT glasses - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - With the Best Actress race extremely competitive this year, Glenn Close is attempting an end run by going for the ...
Center displays works of HIV-positive artist - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - The Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted, is displaying "Voices of My Choices"—the works of HIV-positive artist Jim Carey—in its ...
Mackenzie Phillips and Peter Walsh get rid of the 'Clutter' - TELEVISION Extended for the online edition of Windy City Times - Peter Walsh is back with a second season of his show, Extreme Clutter. Our favorite out organizational guru is heading ...
Windy City Queer - BOOK REVIEW - Edited by Kathie Bergquist $24.95; Univ. of Wisconsin. Press; 246 pages The beach is sounding pretty good right now. You've ...
Billy Masters - "Good things don't end unless they end badly."—Ben from The Bachelorette tells Ashley his feelings after being dumped. Something tells ...
Knight at the Movies: The Iron Lady;...Dragon Tattoo; film note - From the light effervescence of The Artist, Hugo and portions of The Adventures of Tintin we now end the year ...
KNIGHT AT THE MOVIES: The 10 best LGBT movies of 2011 - With The Kids Are All Right, Black Swan, I Am Love, Chloe, The Runaways and a few others, 2010 was ...
Pop Making Sense: Looking back - Another year has flown by us. Once again, radio had a lot of fodder to play. Luckily, worthwhile music can ...
Stage favorites for '11 - SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT - I'm always apologizing to my film-buff friends whenever they ask what movies I've seen lately. I frequently have to admit ...
The best of LGBT theater 2011 - By Jonathan Abarbanel This year in Chicago theater offered a number of productions geared to LGBT themes or issues, as ...
La Cage aux Folles - THEATER REVIEW - Score: Jerry Herman. Book: Harvey Fierstein. At: Bank of America Theatre, 18 W. Monroe St. Phone: 847-634-0200; $32-$95. Runs through ...
Spotlight: The Addams Family - After a troubled Chicago tryout and a long but critically drubbed run in New York, The Addams Family returns to ...
Curtain times: Highlights of 2011 - We have heard extensively in recent years about the trend toward recognition of the "local" landscape—its crops, crafts and culture. ...
CRITICS' PICKS - Burning Bluebeard, Neo-Futurists at Neo-Futurarium, through Dec. 30. Performer/playwright Jay Torrence and his skilled ensemble of fire-singed performers offer up ...
Glenn Wharton on Hawai'i's 'Painted King' - BOOKS Extended for the online edition of Windy City Times - You all know the statue already, if nowhere else from the rapid-fire editing of the classic Hawaii Five-O opening credits. ...
Soul rules the night at 'Divas' - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige, Florence and the Machine, Jennifer Hudson and Jill Scott were among those who headlined the ...
Brad Goreski on his 'World' view - NUNN ON ONE: TV Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - Brad Goreski—known for bowties and Rachel Zoe—is branching off on his own to show It's a Brad, Brad World on ...
'Gilligan's' Dawn Wells on her Chicago show - NUNN ON ONE - Dawn Wells brightened the castaways as Mary Ann Summers on television's Gilligan's Island. In addition, she has made numerous appearances ...
Sugar & Spice: Ripasso - DISH Weekly Dining Guide in Windy City Times - I was devastated when I learned over the summer that Terragusto was closing its doors. The tiny Roscoe Village restaurant ...
Mom: A Tribute to Mothers of LGBTs Windy City Times soliciting people for new photo book - CHICAGO—Mothers of LGBT individuals will be the focus of a new photo essay book from Windy City Times. The Chicago-based ...
Photographer seeks LGBT subjects - Photographer Tom Atwood—whose first photography book, Kings in Their Castles, focused on gay men and their homes—is seeking LGBT individuals ...

Outlines
Echoing at 'Occupy:' The women behind Social Security - Special to the online edition of Windy City Times - The emergence of the Occupy Wall Street movement would not have been a surprise to one woman activist born over ...
Gay in the Life: Real estate agent Todd Davidson - For the purposes of this article, we'll start Todd Davidson's day at night. On this particular night, Todd is dancing ...
Three easy ways to do good this holiday season - Also: Auto Show Feb. 9, HRC index - At this time of year, many of us try to put our own needs aside and focus on the needs ...
Celebrations: Garcia/Larson, Aguilar/Lynch - CIVIL UNION: Garcia/Larson Bonnie Garcia and Vicki Larson tied the knot on Sunday, November 6 at Bristol Court Banquets in ...
An eventful year in local LGBT sports - Chicago played host to the largest annual LGBT sporting event, the Gay Softball World Series, for the first time since ...
Sports briefs - CMSA women's dodgeball and basketball sign-ups Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association women's dodgeball and basketball leagues are having signups soon. The ...
Thinking of Bankruptcy? Making a fresh start - Q. During the holidays I have been going wild with my credit cards. I find myself buried in debt and ...

BUZZ!
Connections for Abused Women and their Children host GalaSounds of Silence
Essay Fiesta reading series kicks off new season
In the Life honors LGBT pioneers Kameny, Gittings, Bond
Moises Kaufmann's The Laramie Project Ten Years Later premiers
Alan Turing honored with British stamp
Rainbow Sash Movement releases statement on Cardinal George's equating gay community with KKK
Idina Menzel Live: Barefoot at the Symphony
New Year's Eve events
Restart4Health 2012, recover from the "Season of Gluttony"
Sasha Valentino wake today
Governors State U. welcomes national Broadway tour of The Color Purple Feb. 8
GLAAD Calling on Amazon.com to pull anti-gay calendar
Amigas Latinas partners with Affinity to host 2012 Burning Bowl
New Indiegogo campaign launched for internet cooking show
Top viewed stories of 2011 on WCMG website
Local Welcoming Churches challenge Cardinal George
Open letter to the Hon. Leon Panetta, Sec. of Defense, on sexual assault in military
Don't Act Like A Girl cabaret previews Sunday Jan. 8
Hollis Resnik at Stage 773 Dec. 31
PASSAGES Lambda Legal mourns former plaintiff, Dr. Robert Franke
EI asks for calls to Sen. Kirk to help pass anti-bullying legislation
Women & Children First to host Sara Paretsky, Jeanette Winterson, Carol Anshaw
Fake People cover asserts Taylor Lautner is gay
Lady Gaga tops DoSomething.org's 'Top 20 Celebs Gone Good' List; Sophia Bush named 'Fan Favorite'
WCMG Facebook winners announced






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