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The Each-Other Project

Posted on April 24, 2015 by in Features

Modern Matters Mixing Art & Activism, Donja R. Love, Brandon Nick, and J. Bernard Manns of The Each-Other Project Create a Space for Community Empowerment buy xanax online without prescription Text & Photos by Alina Oswald buy diazepam without prescriptionMost recently we’ve seen art and activism in action at the Oscars. I also got to [...]

Daisy Martinez Dining Out For Life

Posted on April 7, 2015 by in Features

Dine Out, Fight AIDS Chef Daisy Martinez Shares Why Everyone Should Break Bread in the Fight Against AIDS by Larry Buhl Dining Out For Life hosted by Subaru, now in its twenty-fourth year, is set for April 30. It’s an HIV/AIDS fundraiser that’s easy to participate in. All you need to do is go out [...]

My First Date with Magic Johnson

Posted on March 2, 2015 by in Brave New World, Columns

Brave New World by Corey Saucier My First Date with Magic Johnson There are some things we just shouldn’t have to say “You know they already have a cure for HIV. They gave it to Magic Johnson, and he doesn’t have AIDS anymore.” This is what my date is saying just as the trendy Vietnamese [...]

WeHo AIDS Memorial

Posted on February 14, 2015 by in Features

A Space Connection West Hollywood plans $5M AIDS memorial by Stevie St. John The city of West Hollywood (aka WeHo), an LGBT enclave, will soon be home to a large AIDS memorial. Gay and HIV-positive Australian artist Daniel Tobin has been tapped to design the monument, which will sit in West Hollywood Park. An affluent [...]

NINA

Posted on February 10, 2015 by in Features, Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Musical Influence Singing since age six, Euro sensation NINA is all grown up, bringing fans to their feet and talking about HIV by Sean Black Photos courtesy Aztec Records Opening for a beloved musical act with a long-established fan base runs its share of risk. In the case of NINA, who opened seven dates for [...]

Sharon Leal

Posted on February 7, 2015 by in Cover Story

Kid You Not Actress Sharon Leal Tells A&U’s Dann Dulin Why She Takes a Proactive Stance in Educating & Bolstering Kids to Have a Deeper Sense of Self-Respect, Especially When It Comes to HIV Prevention, and Why She Helps to Empower Women Living with HIV/AIDS Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Annie Tritt “Some kids are [...]

LaTonya Holmes

Posted on January 6, 2015 by in Cover Story

#beYOUtiful Voice Singer, Songwriter, and Actress LaTonya Holmes Puts AIDS Awareness on Long Play by Chael Needle Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Sean Black Music heals. Music re-energizes our bodies, minds, and spirits, whether we are facing the challenges that come with living with HIV/AIDS or supporting someone who is. It restores us for the [...]

Dance Speaks

Posted on January 2, 2015 by in Features, Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Dance Teachers A Baton Rouge theater company uses dance to educate about HIV/AIDS by Larry Buhl When audiences at the Manship Theatre in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, sat in anticipation of the first performance of the 2014 season, they received something they hadn’t expected: a message about the shockingly high rate of HIV/AIDS in their community. [...]

Eitan Baron

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

Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer Eitan Baron “Freedom is not something you are given, but something you have to take”—Méret Oppenheim, Swiss Surrealist Artist and Photographer. As I read this at a recent exhibit in the Haifa Museum of Art, a surge of electricity rushed through my svelte body. I had already taken Méret’s advice! [...]

Alternate Endings

Posted on December 14, 2014 by in Features

Alternate Endings Visual AIDS marks the twenty-fifty anniversary of Day With(out) Art by Alina Oswald If art were a person, she—yes, she—would be a historian, documenting not only our desires and fantasies, but also the part of history usually left untold. And when it comes to documenting the history of AIDS, maybe there’s no better [...]