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Table of Contents

Geography Lessons

Mo' Money, Mo' Trouble

Cold Sore Comfort


Living Large on Small Change

Living Large on Small Change

Living Large on Small Change

O Pioneer!

Going Dental

Vax Attack

¡La Emergencia!

Monette & Merrill

Normal, New Jersey




Money Pit

Cryptic 'Script

Don't Meth Around

AAT Ease

Two Strikes


Is N-9 Deep-Sixed?

Action Zero

Mary MAC'd

Murphy's Law Breaker

Editor's Letter


04.09.84 The Waters of Babylon

Conflicts in Pharmaland

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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April 2001


Make room on your bookshelf during spring cleaning: The 800-plus-page Encyclopedia of AIDS

Make room on your bookshelf during spring cleaning: The 800-plus-page Encyclopedia of AIDS (Penguin) has been updated and reissued in a $20 paperback. Lies, the latest volume (1986-1999) in musician, writer and überbohemian Ned Rorem's celebrated diary series (Counterpoint Press), offers among the bright aperçus and shining pensées one of literature's most moving records of a lover's death from AIDS. Also pick up Felice Picano's newest novel, Onyx, and Keep Singing by Patsy Clarke and Eloise Vaughn, the true tale of two moms who took on PWA-phobe Jesse Helms after their sons died (both out in May from Alyson).

Autoportrait, a collection of Robert Mapplethorpe's early work, is also out in May (Arena Editions). And kudos to Showtime's docudrama Dirty Pictures -- about the culture wars launched by the posthumous exhibit of his photos -- for picking up a Golden Globe for best TV movie.

Michael Cunningham's Pulitzer-winning homage to Virgina Woolf, The Hours, is big-screening it with Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore and Allison Janney.

Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art hosts a General Idea retro -- the three-HIVer makers of surreal pill-filled landscapes -- through April 21. Plus, new works by sole survivor AA Bronson: oversize portraits of co-creators Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal at their deaths, and a haunting picture of Bronson's own imagined corpse.

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