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The Fire This Time

Rainey on Parade

The Mayor of Market Street

The Best, Worst & Weirdest 1998

Numb and Number

Love's Recovery

Back on His Feet

Say What


Two Nations Under Plague

The Black Death

To The Editor

Research for the New Millennium

POZarazzi: Saw You in September

Show & Tell

Partner Racket

POZ Picks

Letter from Manila: The Wages of Sin

Vials of the Dolls

Family Feud

Woman Warrior


Comply or Die

Vaccine Vexations

Bad News Bear

AIDS on the Net

A Crystal Ball For Drug Success

Backing off Bactrim

Vits Against Virus

Reinfection Revisited

Waste No Time

On Your Feet

Sean's Sugar Highs

Black Power

Where to Find It

Checking In: Food For Thought

Aunt Evelyn's Letters

The Price Wars

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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January 1999

POZarazzi: Saw You in September

by Gabi Horn

Movers, shakers, and troublemakers

1. Light One Candle: Three themes—Alianza, Acción y Amor—dominated the spirited eighth-annual Puerto Rican/Hispanic AIDS Memorial at New York City’s Riverside Church.

2. Skipped Groove: Offended by a line in the summer hit flic How Stella Got Her Groove Back that linked Haitians to AIDS, the Coalition Against Haitian
Defamation picketed 20th-Century Fox’s Manhattan offices.

3. Priced to Kill: Outside DuPont Pharma’s Delaware headquarters, ACT UP/Philly dumped on the sky-high price of the company’s new once-a-day HIV med, Sustiva.

4. This Sold House: The cream of the AIDS crop packed AmFAR head Mathilde Krim’s Park Avenue digs to honor UNAIDS director Peter Piot. But with the sudden Swissair 111 death of Dr. Jonathan Mann, the fete was filled with tears and tributes to the late father of the global AIDS movement.

5. Brunette Ambition: Kicking off APLA’s 14th-annual AIDS Walk in Los Angeles, a dressed-down Madonna slammed Ken Starr’s pricey Puritan probe as Congress nixes funds for needle-exchange programs.

6. Had His Phil: New York City council-member Phil Reed joined the Coalition for Methadone Choice in denouncing the PWA-unfriendly methadone-program cuts planned by Mayor Giuliani.

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