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Desert AIDS Project

Posted on April 18, 2014 by in Features

Resident Good Desert AIDS Project Offers Fresh Leases On Life Text & Photos by Sean Black Hudson Mark is many things, but, most of all, he’s grateful. “Moving into Vista Sunrise Apartments was the wisest choice I’ve ever made,” shares the retired interior designer and former single-engine pilot who has struggled with the touch-and-go’s of [...]

Tim Courtney

Posted on April 17, 2014 by in Columns, Ruby's Rap

Tim Courtney Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer “Ruby, do you want to play doctor? This time let me be the doctor, okay?” This childhood memory flashes through my noggin’ when I see an old chum, Tim Courtney, at an AIDS fundraiser in San Diego. Tim and I used to be neighbors and one time during [...]

I Loved You More

Posted on April 16, 2014 by in Positively Literary

I Loved You More by Tom Spanbauer Hawthorne Books Reviewed by Sally Hessney Tom Spanbauer’s latest novel, I Loved You More, is about a writer, Ben Grunewald, who is left bereft and brokenhearted after a rift opens up between him and his best friend, Hank Christian. The rift is caused by Ben’s other friend, Ruth [...]

Dudley Saunders

Posted on April 15, 2014 by in Gallery

The Things We Left Behind With “In These Boxes,” performance artist Dudley Saunders uses objects to bring back lives cut short by Larry Buhl The things we leave behind are, in rare cases, works of art or professional accomplishments that live on. In some cases we leave behind our DNA to live on through generations. [...]

Logic as the Second Person Singular

Posted on April 14, 2014 by in Positively Literary

Logic as the Second Person Singular AIDS sufferers in Papua New Guinea have been buried alive by their terrified relatives….If they killed the victims with a machete it would expose them to infection, they believe. —The Telegraph, August 28, 2007 The birds are gone, it’s all dead now so you can stop taking pictures of [...]

Editing Genes for a Cure

Posted on April 11, 2014 by in LifeGuide, Treatment Horizons

Close to the Edit A functional cure candidate modifies genes to create HIV-resistant cells by Chael Needle Gary Blick, MD, AAHIVS, Medical & Research Director of CIRCLE CARE Center and Chief Medical Officer of World Health Clinicians, doesn’t throw the word “cure” around lightly. As an HIV physician for over thirty years, he remembers when [...]

Tim Cummings

Posted on April 10, 2014 by in Features

Rolling Heart into a Hard Role Tim Cummings Talks with Brutal Honesty About His Journey in Portraying an Early AIDS Activist Icon by Dann Dulin Upon receiving an invitation for this interview, Tim Cummings asked if he would be naked on the cover and, if so, to give him a couple of months to lose [...]

Memorial Quilt

Posted on April 9, 2014 by in Positively Literary

Memorial Quilt The last time we kissed our friend, was in upstate New York. She lived off a patch of gravel-strewn lane where willows overhang the road’s shoulder and the light’s raked retreat can mask subtle patterns ahead: a scrap of lawn, hoarfrost, the taut chill of breath. Where, slowly, silver branches switch and set [...]

Traci Dinwiddie

Posted on April 8, 2014 by in Features

Crazy Like a Fox Actress Traci Dinwiddie May Poke Fun at Herself But When It Comes to Serious Fundraising She’s a Peach by Dann Dulin Her eyes are ablaze with jet engine white-hot flames while blood tears rapidly stream down her pained face. This could be the one intense moment that Traci Dinwiddie fans will [...]

Lost in Emotion

Posted on April 7, 2014 by in Columns, Frontdesk

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Lost in Emotion Airplanes disappear without a trace. Epidemics continue without an end in sight. What phenomenon makes the first a riveting mystery that demands closure and the second something that can be slowed to a crawl? What mystifies me is how much media attention has been paid to the loss [...]