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Zen Hospice Project

Posted on July 22, 2014 by in Features

Zen & the Art of Letting Go Dr. BJ Miller Helps Create a Caring Circle at Zen Hospice Project by David Rosenberg The sign on the white Victorian house on Page Street in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco reads “Zen Hospice Project,” but the roots of this building go much deeper than its [...]

Fairyland

Posted on August 25, 2013 by in Positively Literary

[BOOKS] Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father Alysia Abbott W.W. Norton & Company Reviewed by Sally Hessney Alysia Abbott’s memoir, Fairyland, is a loving tribute to her poet-activist father, who died of AIDS-related causes in 1992. Steve Abbott was a poet, novelist, essayist, editor, columnist, cartoonist, and teacher. He worked tirelessly to enrich the literary [...]

Hands-On Healing

Posted on November 7, 2011 by in Features

San Francisco’s Positive Being celebrates ten years of providing healing bodywork to low-income people living with HIV by Brent Calderwood Certified massage therapist Bill Stern, PhD, founded Positive Being three years after he nearly died of complications from AIDS in 1996. “After several close calls, I started seeing a massage therapist regularly,” recalled Stern. “The [...]

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City

Posted on August 1, 2011 by in Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

[Review] 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 passed on the new musical version of writer Armistead Maupin’s much-loved Tales of the City, San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater snapped it up. And why not? The [...]

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Posted on June 15, 2011 by in Features, Noteworthy

A giant red ribbon has been pinned to the Earth. On the side of Twin Peaks, looming over San Francisco, the symbol of AIDS awareness stands guard like a sentinel, shines like a beacon. It’s capable of a different kind of broadcast than the radio towers that rise above it. Assembled as part of San [...]