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Loretta Devine

Posted on May 31, 2013 by in Cover Story, Flashback

Revisit the wisdom of one of the best actresses in the business (have you seen Grey’s Anatomy?) with this 2008 interview with Loretta Devine. Since the interview was originally published, Ms. Devine has lent her talents to S.T.A.G.E., a benefit for APLA, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, and, of course, Divas Simply Singing!, among many [...]

Kristin Davis

Posted on July 12, 2010 by in Cover Story, Movies & TV, The Arts

Kristin Davis Goes The Distance for Africa, A Cause Close to Her Heart
by Dann Dulin
This place is so Sex and the City. Kristin Davis asked me to meet her here for lunch at this upscale funky Asian fusion restaurant. It’s located in her Brentwood neighborhood in Los Angeles. I’m a tad early and eagerly await her arrival…

Michael Tronn

Posted on July 9, 2010 by in Ruby's Rap

I can’t get enough of the ever-radiant, unrivaled Salzburg. While hopping about Europe, the AIDS-Hilfe (AIDS Help) organization invited me to present my seminar, “Condom Capers: How to Have Rubber Fun,” in Salzburg. Enthusiastically I trotted back to my favorite Alpine village.

Sheryl Lee Ralph

Posted on April 1, 2008 by in Cover Story

  Diva Warrior Sheryl Lee Ralph Talks with Diane Goettel About Bringing the Stories of Women Affected by AIDS to the Stage, Working to Educate Communities of Color & Promoting Self-Esteem and Self-Empowerment as Part of HIV PreventionSheryl Lee Ralph is not only an actress; she is also a philanthropist and an activist. For the [...]

Annie Lennox

Posted on January 21, 2007 by in Cover Story

Sing Out, Sister! by Paul Pratt When Eurythmics topped global music charts with “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” in 1983, HIV/AIDS was still an illness surrounded by questions. Almost a quarter-century later, Annie Lennox—who partnered with Dave Stewart to comprise the now-legendary British new wave act—raises her instantly-recognizable voice against an unfortunately too-well-known disease [...]