Over the next three nights Dance Now! one of the leading contemporary dance companies in Miami will be performing Lacrymosa, a 30 minute ballet created by the late Edward Stierle in 1987 when was a mere 19 years old. Stierle was a principal dancer with prestigious Joffrey Ballet and at that time he was already infected with the HIV virus, … Continue reading
Their are many ways to mark this day when we remember all the remarkable people who we have loved and lost to this disease. Friends and lovers who enriched our lives only to have their own so unfairly taken away from them. Events will be held around the globe today to help us focus not … Continue reading
It is finally official. The home of the NY’s AIDS memorial will be at St Vincent’s Triangle in what will be named as The New York City AIDS Memorial Park, and it is scheduled to be fully opened by by late this summer according to POZ magazine. “The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at … Continue reading
The screenshot above is from a rather wonderful animated French AIDS Public Service Announcement that we have just discovered. Directed by Wilfrid Brimo, it chronicles a lifetime of gay sex, love and heartbreak, featuring a track from the 1970s by The Rubettes called “Sugar Baby Love”.