No Show Like Home

The Alvin Ailey Dance Company’s Home Spotlights the Fight Against HIV by Chip Alfred Deep where the sun don’t shine Is a place that I call...

Still Around

Still Around Various directors Outcast Films reviewed by V. Anderson Although compilation feature films have had some success in the past (Paris, Je T’Aime), the subject of HIV/AIDS...

Signs of the Times

Chicago Playwright Philip Dawkins Authors a Zodiac of AIDS by Sean Black Exiting a cab in front of The Victory Gardens Biograph Theater just south of...

Heartbreak Exposed

A Feature Film Takes the Pulse of AIDS, Broken Hearts & Finding God by Chip Alfred Heart Breaks Open isn’t just a film about someone’s heart...

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City Music and lyrics by Jake Shears and John Garden, book by Jeff Whitty American Conservatory Theater When potential Broadway backers recently...

Life Worth Watching

A South African Film Explores Courage and Survival Amid the AIDS Pandemic by Chip Alfred It’s called Life, Above All, but the opening scene takes place...

The Test

The Test Directed by Gary Strieker Cielo Productions Part-documentary, part-strategic communication, The Test shares the success of the CarePack Demonstration Project, which sought to lessen the impact...

Who Do You Know?

On January 16 at e3rd Steakhouse & Lounge in Los Angeles, The Red Party fundraiser treated an enthusiastic crowd to live music from local...

The Other City

Invisible Lives Despair and Hope in the Other D.C. by Larry Buhl Most would agree that the fight against AIDS has made tremendous progress in nearly thirty...

Shuga

Party Out of Bounds MTV Staying Alive Programs Make a Dramatic Impact by Chael Needle One wishes the audience of MTV’s Jersey Shore will watch Shuga, which first...

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Putting People First

Putting People First Many moons ago, when a reporter tried to elicit a response to the AIDS crisis from the Reagan Administration’s White House press...