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March 1997

Larry Kramer Gets Angry
by Larry Kramer
He's baaack, madder than ever and taking aim

Radiant Radical
by Robert Tracy
Susan Sarandon on AIDS, ACT UP and the difference between boys and girls 

Adventures in Brain Chemistry
by Beowulf Thorne
A diseased pariah dreams of the bluebird of happiness but wakes up with the chicken of despair

Cackles, Cauldrons, and Carrots
by Andrew Patner
Lori Cannon Feeds Chicago

Johnny Appleseed
by Scott Williams
Breakfast, bullets and drugs are religion to John Iverson

The Way To a Man's Heart
by Alfredo Monferre
Christophe Martet cooks up some of Paris' best action

Tools of the Trade
by River Huston
Karen Lyons has a hammer, and she's knocking down walls in Philadelphia

Life Imitates Art

S.O.S.-March 1997
by Sean Strub
We need grass-roots activism as much today as when ACT UP began

Mailbox-March 1997

Notes of a Native Son
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil

Out in the Cold
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Drug users denied needles in needless Alaska study

Cocktail Hour
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Activists cry, "Put up your nukes!"

Gallo's Humor
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
The virus-hunter loses this round

Vanity Unfair
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
DMV to biker: "HIV POS" plate? Not!

Uh-Oh, Canada
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Sun to set on National AIDS Strategy?

Dental Damns
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Tooth tech with HIV gets army boot

School for Scandal
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Lambda teaches officials a lesson

"Provide" Services
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
New, improved software for ASOs

Goes Around, Comes Around
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Karma sinks governor deaf to AIDS convict's plea

Whatever Happened to Mary Jane
by Walter Armstrong and Ronnilyn Pustil
Feds pull rug out from under medical pot research

The Buddy Line
by Jane Rosett
A love song for a fallen fighter

Rebel YELL
by Phil Geoffrey Bond
ACT UP's youth make their voices heard

Bull's Eye
by Ann Northrop

Body at Work
by Introduction by RonniLyn Pustil
An excerpt from Queer and Loathing: Rants and Raves of a Raging AIDS Clone


Alive and Kicking
by Maxine Wolfe
ACT UP's still fighting-and it's more needed than ever

ACTing UP All Over
by Jesse Heiwa Loving

All in Good Time
by Jesse Heiwa Loving
Ten years of ACT UP actions and reactions

Tabling the Situation
by Mark J. Huisman
Activist Eric Sawyer balances chairs, birth order and brownstones

POZ Picks-March 1997
by James Ireland Baker
Sights and sounds-the best in AIDS-related books, music, video, multimedia and theater

ACT UP's First Days
by Ron Goldberg and Letters by Bradley Ball
The direct-action group that revolutionized patient advocacy began with strong convictions-of both the political and police variety

5,985 and Counting
by Larry Kramer
Larry Kramer calls for an entirely new system of how drugs are tested

A Specific Point of View
by Stephen Greco
Gagliostro and Finkelstein translated anger into art

Dead Gorgeous
by Mark Matousek
Is it so wrong to be the picture of health and a PWA?

Sex and the Single Positoid
by Shawn Decker
What's the mystery of dating a person with HIV? You get along or you don't

Misplaced Lust
by John Weir
Sometimes feeling empowered isn't a victory-it's a consolation

The Anger Channel
by Victoria A. Brownworth
Bomb the White House or buy yourself a dozen white roses. But do something

Dose of Reality
by Bob Lederer
A former holistic hardhead finds the best in East and West

Feeling Blue? Much to Do!
by Wista Jeanne Johnson
A guide to your options for treating depression

Kicking Butt
How to plan a punchy AIDS action

Expand Your Medicine Cabinet
Getting experimental drugs outside clinical trials

Wean on Me
by Robert H. Lehmann
HIV doesn't tolerate milk, and now perhaps you can't either

Feeling Queasy? Help is Easy
by Enid Vazquez
Try teas, bands, needles or weed

The Right Stuff
by Enid Vazquez
Tips for choosing a good multivitamin/mineral tablet

A Load Off His Mind
by Donald Abrams, MD
Sean Strub's viral load becomes undetectable and his CD4s balloon-but...

Carbo Diem
by David France and Sandy Langley
Mix protein and pasta for the energy you need to seize the day-and first place

Monkey Business
by Interview by Manjula Martin
Jeff Getty talks about life after baboons

Taking Action
by Mark O'Donnell


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