Topics :: HIV/AIDS
By Winnie McCroy | Saturday Mar 23, 2013
Two New York museum-curated exhibits present bookends of gay life in the city: one, the decades before Stonewall ignited the gay liberation movement; the other, the horrific early ’80s, when the city was at the epicenter of the AIDS epidemic.
By Conswella Bennett | Thursday Mar 21, 2013
The federal spending cuts known as the sequester is expected to have devastating effects on HIV research and treatment.
By Drew Jackson | Monday Mar 18, 2013
A local gallery owner and artist in residence have teamed up to raise funds for Dallas’ Greg Dollgener Memorial AIDS Fund, a charity that acts as an umbrella when other ASOs have exhausted their resources.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Mar 8, 2013
Washington University researchers say that a toxin found in bee venom could destroy HIV.
By Antoinette Weil | Saturday Feb 23, 2013
Two delectable fundraising events -- Victory Programs’ annual "Dinnerfest" for the Boston Living Center, and AIDS Action Committee’s 18th Annual "Taste of the South End" -- will have Boston foodies jumping for joy this week.
By David Perry | Monday Feb 18, 2013
On Feb. 9, models took to the runway to raise funds at The Reality of FASHION The Reality of AIDS, the majority of which will be donated to Broadway Cares.
By Tony Hobday | Wednesday Feb 6, 2013
February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and in cities across the country, organizations are offering discussions, luncheons, HIV testing and other educational efforts aimed at lowering rates of HIV transmission in communities of color.
By Megan Barnes | Sunday Feb 3, 2013
On Jan. 16, activists in South Florida launched a campaign to urge the Food and Drug Administration to rethink its nearly 30-year ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.
By EDGE | Friday Feb 1, 2013
Reality TV stars will walk the runway on Feb. 9 in a special fashion show, "The Reality of FASHION, the Reality of AIDS" to raise money for HIV awareness and research.
By Steve Weinstein | Friday Feb 1, 2013
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch, who died Feb. 1, whose outsized personality fit his city but who never fully came out as gay, leaves at best a mixed legacy on gay rights, a negative one on AIDS.